Curses, hexes, and revenge all wrapped up in a haunted object. Is it possible? Could these accursed artifacts truly contain some type of energy that has the power to invoke evil or misfortune upon the person whom owns them? And if so, why and how?
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...
Site Of Where The Two Sisters Wrecked And Were Killed True Ghost Stories The Ghosts Of Caroleen Bridge There are ghost stories of hauntings all over North Carolina. One of the most famous is the story of the two sisters who were coming back...
New Orleans Is A Hot Bed Of Vampire Activity We all know the stories from Ann Rice's Vampire Chronicles about the vampires of New Orleans and if you ever walked the dark rainy streets of the French Quarter at night you could believe in almost...
Why is the java apple shaped like a bell? That is because a golden bell was hidden in its roots according to this interesting Filipino legend.
Sour when green and sweet when ripe. Mangoes are one of the common fruits we all enjoy and love. And there's a legend that goes about the shape of this fruit.
An interesting story that may have the answer on where the first papaya came from. This Filipino legend tells the story of this sweet refreshing fruit.
Have you ever noticed the coconut seems to have eyes and a mouth? And one Filipino legend explains why so.
Vampires have become part of pop culture, although thier legend began many years before. Each myth has its own origin, and own beliefs, but there are many things that are similar among the stories.
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.