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Giant Kangaroos in the Midwest
The children’s television series, Captain Kangaroo, was watched by kids all over America from 1955 to 1984. I know I loved watching it as a kid through the sixties. In 1973, another kangaroo-type creature made its appearance in the Midwest.
Haunted Horsemen on New Year’s Eve
Each New Year’s Eve, the apparition of a ghost and carriage pulls up into the driveway. A woman disembarks from the carriage, walks up to the door, and is met by the butler…the dead butler.
Christmas at Haunted Sandringham
The Norfolk retreat of the Royal family, considered one of the most haunted royal homes, has been the private home of British monarchs since 1862. Several days before Christmas, the Queen will leave Buckingham Palace and spend six weeks at Sandringham House.
Lizard Man of Scape Ore Swamp
In the Scape Ore swamps of Bishopville, located in Lee County, South Carolina, a seven-feet-tall bipedal creature with well-defined muscles, green scaly skin, and orange glowing eyes, was frequently spotted in the summer of 1988.
Richard Harris and The Tower House
Irish actor Richard Harris enjoyed telling the story of his home being haunted by the spirit of a small boy who had been buried in the tower at some point.
Sightings of flying humanoids with and without wings since 1877.
Daisy Irene Dryden was like any other little girl for her ten years of life…until her final three dying days when she began communicating with the dead.
Review: Exposed, Uncovered, and Declassified
Review of the book: Exposed, Uncovered, and Declassified: Ghosts, Spirits & Hauntings edited by Michael Pye and Kirsten Dalley.
The Haunting of Hurricane Mills
Loretta Lynn is a household name when it comes to country music, but most fans don't know about the extensive paranormal activity that has been a part of her life since she was a child.
I was amazed at the tremendous number of myths and folklore regarding black dogs, devil dogs, and hell hounds. They have even been depicted as eaters of the dead, and guardians of the road to hell. There is also a theory that they tend to be sighted at places located along the earth’s lines of energ
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