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The Greenbrier Ghost
One of the earliest documented cases of domestic violence took place in Greenbrier County, West Virginia in 1897 when Elva Zona Heaster was murdered by her husband. This case is unusual because the victim found a way to ensure that her husband paid the price for his crime.
Haunted Mansion in Kansas City
The Strawberry Hill Mansion Museum was built in 1887. Several apparitions have manifested at the mansion including a male spirit who doesn’t like visitors, “The Lady in Red” believed to be the ghost of a homeless woman who died during an abortion, and several others.
The Ghost Club of London
I learned of the oldest paranormal research and investigation club in the world, The Ghost Club, through my research William Butler Yeats, who joined the organization in 1911. Other well-known members have included Charles Dickens, Sir Arthur Conan Doyle, and Peter Cushing.
Eye Floaters as Spiritual Phenomenon
Mr. Tausin believes that eye floaters in the vitreous are not a sign of disease nor are they a sign of old age. They are a “connection with our own development of consciousness.”
Giant Cryptid caught in Canada
The 1100 pound white sturgeon, believed to be over 100 years old, measured 12 feet 4 inches in length with a girth of 53 inches. The monster fish was caught and released on the Fraser River in British Columbia.
Haunted Deane House in Heritage Park
I first heard about this haunted house in Heritage Park Historical Village, Calgary, Alberta, Canada on an episode of Celebrity Hauntings on the Biography Channel. Actor Drake Bell talked about his experience there while working on a movie with John Cusack.
Lusca and other Giant Octopuses
ne of the first fairly well-documented sightings of a giant octopus occurred around Thanksgiving of 1896. Two bicycling boys discovered an enormous light pink mass that had washed up on the beach at St. Augustine, Florida.
Psychic Healer Ze Arigo
Ze Arigo performed thousands of successful surgeries without any pain, nor the need to tie off blood vessels or stitches. He was able to stop the flow of blood with merely a command. And, although his instruments were not sterilized and no antisepsis was used, there was never any ensuing infection.
The Disappearance of James Burne Worson
On September 3, 1873, James Burne Worson disappeared in front of witnesses on a long distance run from Leamington to Coventry, Warwickshire, England.
The Case of the Scratch on the Cheek
An interesting case of survival after death investigated by the Society for Psychical Research.
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