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The Cursed Farmhouse
Can a tragic event initiate a curse upon a house or property? According to many locals living in the Spaulding and Old Paris Gravel Road area of Ralls County well over 100 years ago, an argument between neighbors and subsequent murder in 1876 is behind a curse on the old Morawitz Family farmhouse lo
The Cursed Paintings of Bragolin
The Crying Boys paintings are said to be cursed, causing devastating house fires, yet remain unscathed amongst the ruins.
The Disappearance of Frederick Valentich
A pilot of a Cessna 182L disappeared mysteriously in 1978 over Bass Strait to King Island, Australia after reporting that a "strange aircraft" was "hovering on top" of him. His last words were: "It is hovering, and it's not an aircraft." The pilot and his plane were never seen or heard from again.
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 Disappearance of Orion Williamson
In 1854, Orion Williamson was walking across a field on his farm. As he raised his hand to wave at a neighbor, and took a step, he simply vanished!
The Disappearing Levi 501s
Betty Ann Morken of Roseau County, Minnesota, claims two male ghosts, John and Sam, are haunting their farm house, and stealing her husband's Levi blue jeans!
The Dragon's Triangle
Most of us are familiar with the area in the northwestern Atlantic Ocean known as the Bermuda Triangle, or the Devils Triangle. But have you heard about the Dragonīs Triangle?
The Drummer of Tidworth (Tedworth)
A tale of poltergeist activity afflicting the Mompesson family in Tidworth, England in the early 1660s.
The Eccentric Dr. Joseph McDowell
While working at the Mark Twain Cave in Hannibal, Missouri, years ago, I found the story of Dr. Joseph McDowell of St. Louis to be quite fascinating. His daughter died as a young girl, and he had her body pickled and stored in a cask in the cave.
The Enfield Horror
On a late April night in 1973, Mr. and Mrs. Henry McDaniel of Enfield, Illinois, returned home to find their children, Henry and Lil, excited and frightened because something had been scratching at the door, trying to get into the house.
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