Throughout recent history there have been strange and even bizarre stories of lightning strikes, From a purported healing , to some rather unusual deaths ascribed to lightning, here are the odd tales.
As World War II raged on worldwide, strange stories began to be told. Of phantoms from a previous war still appearing in the skies, ghostly appearances, and strange sightings on isolated islands.
In the early days of television, the shows were live, and anything that could happen usually did. Lines were flubbed and worse. Sometimes the stagehands would even appear onstage during the program.
Every year thousands of people go missing and many are never found. The stories of some of the ones that never come back are so unusual that normal explanations don't seem to apply.
Reports of haunted aircraft, ghost planes, and spectral pilots have been around since the beginning of man's attempts to fly. Here are some of the stories of phantom passengers and crew.
When Charles Lindbergh flew his tiny monoplane across the Atlantic Ocean in 1927, and touched down in France, many considered it the greatest achievement in the history of flight.
Have you ever wondered how you can be the lucky one? Is there anything you can do to increase your luck? The answer may surprise you. There are ways that seem to help good fortune come your way.
From the early days of steam locomotives, to today's bullet trains, there have always been tales of spectral trains on long vanished tracks, haunted locomotives and signal-boxes, jinxed trains, and phantom reenactments...
In 1952, an amazing new feature thrilled audiences. It was called "This Is Cinerama", and it showed off a new process for giving moviegoers a spectacle like no other film could offer.
From September to November 1963, a man began showing up in two places at once claiming to be Lee Harvey Oswald. There were dozens of witnesses who testified they saw Oswald when he was elsewhere.
In early 1968, the Byrds completely changed course and decided to go country for their next album. They had some adventures when they went to Nashville to record. The band was not completely welcomed.
An elusive animal may be roaming the dark forests of Tasmania. The creature in question is said to be extinct. Sightings however continue to roll in year after year.
The Lone Star State. Stretching from the high desert, to the panhandle, to the coastline, As is fitting for such a large area, Texas is bursting with ghostly tales. Even the Alamo is haunted!
The delicious taste of vanilla has been enjoyed by people now for hundreds of years.. Although it is often referred to as a plain, boring choice, vanilla is still the number one most popular flavor in the world.
in the early 1960's a small plastic model company called Aurora decided to take a risk by introducing a line based on Universal's classic monster movies. They were hits and are still popular today.
For those who struggle with insomnia, or the effects of tinnitus, nature or ambient sounds can help you sleep. Sleep machines are a perfect way to blot out unwanted sounds.
Western decor celebrates the history of our western states, and reminds us of the ones that came to the west by horse, by wagon train, or on foot long ago to settle a wild land.
Aviation decor gives your home the look of the experienced traveler who has seen the wonders of the world. Vintage airlines like TWA and Pan Am now seem to linger in a aviation golden age.
The 1960's was a great time to be a kid. It was an exciting era of robots and monsters, aliens and astronauts. And television would play an even stronger role in what became popular.
Deep in the desert there are haunted places. From haunted hotels to a ghost train. Some of the old mines have ghostly legends attached to them. Even the Grand Canyon is haunted.