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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.
NDE of Brad Steiger
Brad Steiger has written numerous books focusing on the paranormal.One of his most interesting stories happened to him personally at the age of 11 when he was growing up on his parentsí farm in Iowa.
Haunted Coe College
Coe College founded in 1851 is haunted by the spirit of a young woman who succumbed to the influenza epidemic of 1918.
The Frogmen of Loveland
A businessman traveling through the little town of Loveland, Ohio on a morning in May of 1955, witnessed three humanoid/reptilian creatures by the road. He pulled over and watched, until one of the odd beasts started waving something around in the air that looked like a Fourth-of-July sparkler.
Haunted Amityville Horror continues
In 2005, a remake of The Amityville Horror starring Ryan Reynolds and Melissa George was released. Melissa George played the character of Kathy Lutz. Recently on Celebrity Ghost Stories, she talked about her frightening experiences during the filming of the movie in Salem, Wisconsin.
Lucy Keyes of Wachusett Mountain
On April 14 of 1755 little four-year-old Lucy Keyes disappeared in the woods of Wachusett Mountain and was never seen again.
Japanese River Imps
Japanese River Imps also called kappa are amphibious cryptids often mistaken for six and seven-year-old children.
Aswang of the Philippines
In the folklore of the Filipino culture, the Aswang/Asuwang/Asuang is not only a generic term for all types of mythological creatures including werewolves, ghosts, witches and vampires, but also a kind of ghoul that feeds on the entrails of the dead.
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