• Woman’s Book On ‘Fairy Sightings’ Posthumously Published

    Woman’s Book On ‘Fairy Sightings’ Posthumously Published2

    • July 30, 2014

      Three years after Marjorie Johnson’s death her large collection of fairy sightings that span more than four decades has finally been published. The Nottingham spinster (as they call her) lived to be 100 years of age and never got to see her book on fairy sightings published. At least not in a language she could read. Under

  • Icelandic Town Bombarded By Rock-Throwing Elves20

    • July 6, 2011

    Yes, you read that right. The town of Bolungarvik has been experiencing a rash of unexplained rocks and dirt that rain from the sky, bombarding the town and scaring its residents. Although the local government believes a rational explanation can be attributed to the falling debris, locals believe that supernatural forces are behind the attacks.

  • Legend of the Isles – Fairies and Leprechauns

    Legend of the Isles – Fairies and Leprechauns6

    • March 14, 2011

      What is it about a good story of the ‘wee folk’ that gets people so fascinated, yet terrified of them? I myself enjoy any readings or documentaries in which legends, folklore or eyewitness accounts recount the strange encounters with fairies or gnomes. Yes, you can say that this is just all myth and fairy-tales.

  • Zaragoza Poltergeist: Spain’s Infamous Case

    Zaragoza Poltergeist: Spain’s Infamous Case40

    • December 6, 2009

    What scares the hell out of you? Aliens? Ghosts? Bending over to pick up your dog’s mess and finding out that the baggie has a hole in it a little to late? There are two mythical (or not so mythical in some places) creatures that scare me. Zombies and Goblins. I can go on and

  • ‘From the Shadows’ & other stories of the “Wee Folk”.6

    • June 14, 2009

    Argentina’s famous gnome (hoax?) What ever happened to the “Gnome from Argentina” ? It spread like wildfire through the press, towns were in lockdown-mode as soon as the sun set in fears of the creature. A video surfaced of the creature but then it was soon forgotten. Appearing more like a hoax, the gnome from

  • Lilliputian hallucinations: A theory on the “wee folk”11

    • March 7, 2009

    Shu Rhys, a 19th-century Welsh woman, reputedly went away with fairies and never returned. If you’ve read some of my previous articles, you would know that I am Kinemortophobic. That is, I have a fear of zombies. yea I know, placed in a situation where zombies were around, everyone would fear them as well. My


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