August 23, 2019

There Were Two UFO Crashes At Roswell, Not One

Many of us are familiar with the reports of an Unidentified Flying Object that had crashed on a ranch in Roswell, but what many don’t know, is that reports suggest there were actually two separate crafts that crashed, not one. On July 7th, 1947, it was just like any other day in Roswell, New Mexico. […]

August 17, 2019

The Haunted Trans-Allegheny Lunatic Asylum, West Virginia

The Trans-Allegheny Lunatic Asylum began it’s construction in 1858 and opened it’s doors to the first patients in 1864. The Asylum was originally designed by architect Richard Andrews, with craftsmen brought over from Germany and Ireland to put their skills to use on it’s architecture. It was originally referred to as the West Virginia Hospital […]

August 12, 2019

Ningyo: The Mythical Mermaids of Japan

Western readers will probably be familiar with the Folklore of Mermaids. These mysterious sea creatures are not just unique to western lands however. The Ningyo, which translates as human fish, is a creature in Japanese folklore which is quite similar to Western Mermaids. In Western folklore, mermaids are widely portrayed to be incredibly beautiful, seductive […]

August 7, 2019

The Ghosts of Temple Newsam, Leeds

Temple Newsam House is a remarkable example of Tudor-Jacobean architecture on the outskirts of Leeds, West Yorkshire. The house is most famous as the birth place of Lord Darnley, the once husband of Mary Queen of Scots. It is often referred to as The Hampton Court of The North. The house was owned by the […]

August 6, 2019

The Black Knight of Fort Manoel

Fort Manoel was constructed in the 18th century by the Order of Saint John, during the reign of Grand Master António Manoel de Vilhena, after whom the fort was named. The fort is located on Manoel Island in Gżira, Malta. A small hospital was in operation on the Island, during the plague of 1592 – […]

August 6, 2019

The Visitations of Saint Margaret Mary Alacoque

Celebrated on the feast day of October 17th, Saint Margaret Mary Alacoque was born in 1647 AD at Janots, a small town in Burgundy. The Saint was the fifth of seven children, to Claude and Philiberte Alacoque. From her early childhood, Margaret showed extraordinary love for the Blessed Sacrament, and preferred silence and prayer to […]

August 5, 2019

The Haunted Calico Ghost Town, California

A former mining town in San Bernardino County, California, Calico ghost town is now pulling in thousands of tourists per year. As a prosperous town that was founded 1881, it was home to 500 mines, which collectively amassed over $20 million in silver ore, during it’s 12-year span as a functioning mining town. In the […]

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