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The Bennington Vermont Triangle
During the time period of 1945 to 1950, there was a rash of disappearances in the Green Mountain area of Bennington, Vermont, which includes the small towns of Bennington, Woodford, Shaftsbury, and Somerset.
The Bleeding Yew Tree
In the churchyard, ancient yew trees line the path leading up to the church. One of the trees is extremely old and twisted with a dark red liquid flowing from a gash in the trunk. The liquid is the color and consistency of blood. I read one report that indicated the substance cannot be identified.
The Brown Lady of Raynham Hall
In December of 1936, one of the most famous “ghost photos” taken was published in Country Life Magazine. The picture was taken the previous September by professional photographers on assignment for the magazine to photograph the historic Raynham Hall in England.
The Case of the Scratch on the Cheek
An interesting case of survival after death investigated by the Society for Psychical Research.
The Catacombs of the Capuchin
In Palermo, Sicily, southern Italy you can find one of the most gruesome sites you might have the opportunity to visit in your lifetime: catacombs lined with thousands of mummified humans preserved and still wearing the clothing they once wore while attending to the daily tasks of life.
I travel across the great state of Texas as least once a year, on my way to see my son at Camp Pendleton. Last year, I saw something strange crossing a field, and stopped my car to get out and get a better look. We stared at each other for what seemed to be several minutes, before he continued o
This little cryptid is one you might actually want to have around! Although they are mischievous, the clurichaun has some great attributes too! If you enjoy wine, and I do, you will want to pay special attention to these little green fairies.
The Conductor at Maco Station
When an individual attempts to do a good deed, and dies in the process, one would think the spirit of the benevolent character would pass peacefully on to his or her next life. For some unknown reason, this isn’t always the case.
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.
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