Poveglia Island is one of many island in the lagoons of Venice, Italy but instead of being a place of beauty, the island is a…
On the island of Barbados in the Caribbean sits the picturesque Christ Church Parish. It’s just like a lot of churches all over the world complete with a quiet graveyard where many of the island’s inhabitants end up for their final rest. However, in one tomb in this cemetery, the dead are anything but at rest.
Mothman was the name given to a strange creature thought to have been sighted many times in the Point Pleasant area of West Virginia, on the border with Ohio between November 1966 and November 1967.
Londoners first heard of the terrifying Spring-Heeled Jack in the late fall of 1837. This bogey-man who was rumored to be be able to leap…
In 1938 Dr. Wilhelm Konig found several earthenware pots at a dig near Baghdad, Iraq. The pots dated back 2000 years and were found to be electrical batteries.
Sister Bernadette was beautiful and she wasn’t about to let a little thing like dying make her look bad.
This mummified corpse of a frog was found in a hollow flint ‘geode’ which was cracked open in 1899 by workmen in a quarry in England. There have been many reports of frogs found inside rocks; some still living in a kind of stupor but which revived once exposed to the air.
Was James Dean’s Porche Spyder, which he nicknamed “The Little Bastard,” cursed? Not only did the car carry James Dean to an early grave, but it was also responsible for several accidents and fatalities after Dean’s death.
In the 12th century near Suffolk, England local farmers made a remarkable discovery: a boy and a girl weeping in a field… both with green skin.
Everyone knows the story of Chicken Little who, when struck by a falling acorn jumped to the conclusion that the sky was falling and caused a huge panic, but what isn’t generally known is that strange things have fallen from the sky before… and we’re not talking acorns this time.