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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.
Can you see auras? I believe I can sense them. I feel intuitive about people (of course one would never guess that, considering my history in choosing partners)! Truly, I do pay more attention to what my instincts are telling me now days—
What is the central essence or life-force that emanates from us?
Bachelor’s Grove Cemetery in Illinois
Most of the more than 100 reported sightings of paranormal activity started taking place after the 1960s and 1970s when teenagers started digging up and removing the bodies, destroying headstones, performing satanic rituals, and removing the headstones from the graveyard.
Beast of Busco
In 1898, Mr. Fulk of Churubusco, Indiana, claimed a giant turtle as big as a "dining room table" lived in the lake on his land.
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
Readers of Harry Potter, The Spiderwick Chronicles, and Dean Koontz’s Odd Thomas series are familiar with the term “boggarts.” You might also have met varieties of boggarts in other books and games.
One night in midsummer of 2008, the Boston Red Sox senior adviser, Bill James, was walking home from Fenway Park. The crowds were gone, and he was alone on the street..........
Bottle Popping Poltergeist in Long Island
If you were watching or listening to the news in early February 1958, you might remember the story of a poltergeist called Popper invading a home in the Long Island suburb of Seaford, New York. This was the first time a haunting was shown on television, and Popper didn’t fail to entertain!
Bunyip or Water Horse
Being a water naiad myself, I find water cryptids to be especially fascinating. One water creature that has some especially interesting theories to back up its existence, is called the Bunyip.
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