• Vrykolakas: Vampires in Greece

    Vrykolakas: Vampires in Greece0

    • January 26, 2020

    It was the early 1800s, on the Greek island of Crete, where a shepherd was tending to his flock of sheep and goats one cloudy evening. The story goes that as the sun began to set, so did a storm. Finding himself miles away from his village, the shepherd took refuge in an abandoned church

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  • A Flying Horse In West Virginia

    A Flying Horse In West Virginia5

    • January 17, 2018

      In July of 1878 the New York Times wrote an article titled “What a West Virginia Farmer Saw.” The article talked about a telegram that had come from a small town in Parkersburg, West Virginia and addressed to the Cincinnati Commercial Tribune in regards to a terrifying event witnessed by a couple of farmers

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  • Strange encounters in open waters

    Strange encounters in open waters0

    • January 15, 2018

    When the still sea conspires an armor And her sullen and aborted Currents breed tiny monsters True sailing is dead Awkward instant And the first animal is jettisoned Legs furiously pumping Their stiff green gallop And heads bob up Poise Delicate Pause Consent In mute nostril agony Carefully refined And sealed over -Horse Latitudes, Poem

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  • The Devil’s Footprints

    The Devil’s Footprints2

    • January 8, 2018

    In the southernmost region of the Indian Ocean, barren and Isolated in the vast dark waters sit a cluster of islands known as the Kerguelen Islands or commonly known as the Desolation Islands. A place on earth almost void of any land-dwelling creature and shaped by the stark freezing winds that howl across the landscape. In 1840 a team

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  • The day 3M accidentally created a force field

    The day 3M accidentally created a force field3

    • December 16, 2017

    Every job has its safety hazards. Whether you run the risk of falling off a telephone poll or trip over the printer cord, there are several unseen dangers in the workplace. However it’s one thing to spill your coffee over your keyboard and another to accidentally create a powerful force field that traps your coworkers.

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  • The monster in the closet: When should you panic?

    The monster in the closet: When should you panic?0

    • December 10, 2017

        “When I was 3 we lived in a house in Elgin, Illinois that I was born in. I wasn’t allowed in the basement because it had paint, chemicals, tools etc. But I was allowed to sit on the top step, which I did quite often. The only light was a single hanging light

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  • The Ghosts Of Sackett Street

    The Ghosts Of Sackett Street0

    • October 20, 2017

      From the outside, 455a Sackett seems like an ordinary Brooklyn brownstone. Unassuming and uninviting, you wouldn’t look twice at the building if you were to pass by. However, to those few people that know, there’s a dark history associated with the building. A history of unexplained fires, disembodied voices of children, and other unimaginable

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  • Chicago Phantom: The strange sightings of a flying humanoid

    Chicago Phantom: The strange sightings of a flying humanoid5

    • July 26, 2017

    There’s something strange and creepy happening in the streets of Chicago. Over the last few months, there’s been over a dozen reported sightings of what many claim to be a winged-humanoid type of “thing” flying throughout the city of Chicago. It has been reported all over the web, with dozens of sightings from a multitude

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  • Strange Sounds From An Abandoned Mine

    Strange Sounds From An Abandoned Mine10

    • March 26, 2017

    I take my dog out for walks in one of Brooklyn’s oldest and biggest cemeteries. Short hills littered with graves and trees that spread out across hundreds of acres. She likes the scenic route which takes us near a grassy hill that’s filled with pieces of busted headstones half-buried in the ground. There are several moldy graves

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  • A Wailing Ghost In Brooklyn

    A Wailing Ghost In Brooklyn1

    • October 27, 2016

        A cold darkness permeated Brooklyn’s east side one night in 1894. Under a bright moonlight, the cobblestone streets glistened as a thick fog poured over them. A fog that made its way down the hills surrounding Brooklyn’s Ward 27. An area surrounded by cemeteries that were almost as old as the dark, wet dirt that

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  • The mad king of Clipperton Island

    The mad king of Clipperton Island0

    • July 6, 2016

      Before a passing ship had rescued the remaining inhabitants of the island,  four women and seven children, the world knew nothing of the lonely atoll known as Clipperton Island. With the rescue of the emaciated inhabitants, the true and horrific story of Clipperton came to be known. Off the coast of Colima Mexico, across acres

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