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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.
Lobo Girl of Texas
There was once a little baby girl born in the year 1835 in the Beaver Lake area of Texas, who actually did make a transformation into a Wolf Girl.
London’s Haunted 50 Berkeley Square
Since Victorian times, 50 Berkeley Square has had a reputation for being haunted and infested with “ghosts and other supernatural horrors.” The most haunted house in London. Evidently the horrors found inside of the house have even caused “death and madness.”
Loogaroo Vampires of the West Indies
In the Caribbean islands, there are said to be vampires who were once old humans, usually women called “hags” or witches, who made deals with the devil. According to natives, they are called Loogaroo.
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.
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.
Lydia, the Ghostly Hitchhiker
No matter from whence we hale, most of us ghost enthusiasts have heard the story of the teenage girl killed on the highway on her way to (or from) her high school prom. Since the time of her death, her ghost is encountered by many drivers on the same highway where she lost her life.
Magic of Christmas
Few would argue with the idea that the most prevalent sensation of the paranormal might be during the Christmas season. There is such a feeling of anticipation, expectancy, and happiness in the air. It isn't the typical mood one perceives in others.
Major R. Sumerford vs. Lightning
I enjoy being out in a storm, and feeling like I’m part of the excitement of it all! If Major R. Sumerford of Vancouver, Canada, was alive today, I’m sure he would consider that to be very foolish behavior indeed. Sumerford was struck by lightning three times during his life in Canada.
Manteno State Hospital in Illinois
Thousands of hurting individuals suffered through unbelievable atrocities during their time at Manteno. Many types of barbaric “treatments” were performed upon the patients.Horrendous experiments were conducted on the patients at Manteno, without their knowledge or consent.
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