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The Bennington Vermont Triangle
During the time period of 1945 to 1950, there was a rash of disappearances in the Green Mountain area of Bennington, Vermont, which includes the small towns of Bennington, Woodford, Shaftsbury, and Somerset.
White Cemetery and Cuba Road
Many spectral images appear and disappear in this area, including a black car, an old large house, once a sanitarium, that burned down inexplicably in the 1920s, a mobster with a cigar in his mouth, and an elderly woman carrying a lantern who tries to get drivers to stop.
The Disappearance of Orion Williamson
In 1854, Orion Williamson was walking across a field on his farm. As he raised his hand to wave at a neighbor, and took a step, he simply vanished!
Review: The Girl on Legare Street
This sequel to The House on Tradd Street by Karen White might be considered a mystery story with ghosts or a ghost story with a mystery. The tale also includes elements of history, romance, and humor.
Gray Man of Ben MacDhui
In the crests and passes of Ben MacDhui, the highest peak of the Cairngorms Mountain Range,in the eastern Highlands of Scotland, a gigantic creature walks and eats and lives. Known as Am Fear Liath Mor in Gaelic, or simply, The Big Gray Man, this creature is difficult to describe.
Weiser Field Guide to Cryptozoology
Hello Friends and Fellow Readers! I'm excited to tell you about my new book! I have written a book on the subject of cryptozoology. The title is: The Weiser Field Guide to Cryptozoology: Werewolves, Dragons, Skyfish, Lizard Men, and Other Fascinating Creatures Real and Mysterious.
The Beast of Gevaudan
In the mid 1760s, vicious wolf-like creatures prowled this hostile environment, terrorizing and devouring between 100 and 200 defenseless men, women and children over a four-year period.
On April 21, 1977, three teenagers were driving north on Farm Street, a road surrounded by woods and fields, in the Dover area. The driver, Bill Bartlett saw “a bizarre, unearthly-looking creature, close to four foot tall, crawling along a stone wall.”
Today, ghost hunters and psychics who visit Preston Castle claim that Anna Corbin is still there. Roses have been found scattered on the floor of her old apartment, and the sound of a woman screaming can be heard. A mist-like shape has been seen near the closet where Anna’s body was found
Psychometry or Token-object Reading
The word “psychometry” came into being in 1842 by Joseph Rhodes Buchanan, a physician and professor at the Eclectic Medical Institute in Covington, Kentucky. Dr. Buchanan believed that all objects emanate or emit energy.
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