Have you ever wondered, is my house haunted? Well if you have then you've just found one of the best web sites ever to help you answer that question. Over the last 50 years or so I've saw paranormal activity I know was very real. Often too real. And here I'm going to tell you how to tell if your...
There is a popular Visayan folklore about a mystical lady sailing from the mountains down to the lowlands aboard a ship of gold, seeking passengers to ferry to the next world.
Here we explore an interesting legend that Judas Iscariot from the Bible was the father of all vampires. What do you think? Do you believe in Vampires? Have you heard of the Book of Alugah.
Have you ever saw a shadow person? Did you know what it was when you saw it. In case you don't know more and more people are seeing shadow people. No one at this time knows exactly what a shadow person is. But here we will try to shed some light on exactly what shadow people are.
Here you can read all about the ghosts of Andersonville Prison Camp. In case you don't know Andersonville Prison was the Confederate Prison Camp near Americus Georgia where over 13,000 union soldiers died under horrific conditions during the Civil War.
Here you can read a collection of True North Carolina Ghost Stories. If you enjoy ghost stories I bet you'll enjoy this collection of ghost stories from North Carolina.
Sin Eaters were once a real part of life in the North Carolina Mountains. Sin Eaters took the sins of the deceased or soon to die person on themselves. I actually saw a real live sin eater.
Exploring the world of the unknown to determine if the facts about Black-Eyed- Children are in fact real or not. There have been many sightings of the black- eyed children around the world.
In 1349 the hamlet of Dowde in the county of Kent was wiped out by the Black Death. All that now remains is a Norman Church which was deconsecrated and sealed with iron bars. There is a ghost of a 7 year old girl known as the "Dodechild" that haunts the grounds. Many rumours circulate about this...
Have you ever noticed the coconut seems to have eyes and a mouth? And one Filipino legend explains why so.