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Jean Grenier, Werewolf of France
In the spring of 1603, 13-year-old Marguerite Poirier of Gascony was attacked by a creature during a full moon.
Jerome Grand Hotel, Arizona
In the year 1935, the dead body of a maintenance man by the name of Claude M. Harvey was found at the bottom of an elevator shaft in the United Verde Hospital in Jerome, Arizona.
John Wayne’s Haunted Wild Goose
A few weeks after John Wayne’s death, Hutchins discovered he was sharing The Wild Goose with the deceased actor.
John Zaffis, Paranormal Investigator
An introduction to expert paranormal investigator and demonologist John Zaffis.
Julia Staab and La Posada
Spirits and ghosts abound in the downtown area of enchanting Santa Fe, New Mexico. One of the loveliest inns in the area is the historic La Posada Resort and Spa Hotel, which is said to be haunted by the beautiful Julia Schuster Staab of Berlin, Germany.
Kentucky Goblins from Outer Space
In the western region of Kentucky, the Kelly and Hopkinsville region, a few years before I was born, a family was attacked by an entire group of goblin-like creatures.
KIller Haunted to Confess
In the spring of 1890, a young man confessed to St. Louis authorities that he had murdered a fellow years previously. He was relieved to get the confession out as he said he had been haunted by the "white face" of his victim appearing to him nightly with "blood trickling" down his face.
Killer Melon Heads of Kirtland
Not long after WWII ended, the federal government hired a doctor to treat hydrocephalic children at his remote orphanage-type institute, Sumner Cottage, in Kirtland, Ohio.
Krampus, Santa of the dark side
According to the Alpine folklore of Krampus, which means “claw,” not only are bad children not rewarded with gifts at Christmas, but through the night of Dec. 5 and the morning of Dec. 6, naughty children are punished for their wicked behavior.
La Llorona, The Weeping Woman
I first heard of the legend of La Llorona nearly thirty years ago while I was living in Socorro, New Mexico. I was walking one night and heard the unmistakable sound of a woman crying, although there wasn’t a soul around.
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