The Mysterious Bélmez Faces

Since 1971, a family home in Bélmez de la Moraleda, Spain, is haunted by faces that appear and disappear on the house floors. The faces are sometimes male, sometimes female and they appear to change facial expressions. The first face was encountered in August 1971 by Maria Gómez Cámara. She noticed an odd stain which... Continue Reading →

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Five Short Urban Legends

This doesn't need an introduction. I'd just like to let you know I've already published a post on urban legends from my childhood and you can read it here if you liked this post. Did you hear any similar ones growing up? 1) Burundanga I think this one was popular worldwide. A woman comes to... Continue Reading →

Sarah Wilson Estep

Born in 1925, Sarah Wilson Estep was a pioneer paranormal researcher in the area of Electronic Voice Phenomena (EVP) in the United States and was considered one of the world’s leading experts in the field. Early in her life, at the age of six, Sarah became a complete unbeliever in life after death. What triggered... Continue Reading →

The Petit Family Home Invasion

This particular home invasion took place in Cheshire, Connecticut on 23 July 2007 in the family home of the Petit family. There was only one survivor of this seven hour long invasion - the father, William Petit. The mother, Jennifer Hawke-Petit, and the two daughters, Hayley and Michaela, did not survive. The perpetrators, Steven Hayes... Continue Reading →

Church of Euthanasia

You know that slogan: "Save the Planet, Kill Yourself?" It sounds like a joke, but it's not. The Church of Euthanasia is an american religious organisation founded in 1992 by Chris Korda and Robert Kimberk. It's a non-profit educational foundation devoted to restoring balance between humans and other species on Earth. They believe the only... Continue Reading →

The Mystery Man from Taured

This story takes place in 1954 Tokyo. Actually, Haneda airport in Tokyo. A middle-aged white man dressed in a business suit arrived from Europe. Upon arrival, he told the officials he was in Tokyo for a business trip. He handed them his passport - but it was from a country the Japanese officials have never... Continue Reading →

Erró

Guðmundur Guðmundsson, known as Erró, is a postmodern artist born in 1932 in Ólafsvík, Iceland. His work includes paintings, collages, drawings, prints, sculptures and films. His work is often critical and political, usually condemning war, autocracy as well as economic and cultural hegemony. He graduated from Reykjavík School of Visual Art in 1951. He also... Continue Reading →

The Green Children

The mystery of green-skinned sister and brother is one of my favourites. I've heard it so many times and there seem to be many (slightly) different versions of it. This is how I remember it. In the 12th century two odd children appeared in the English village called Woolpit. Their skin was green, wore clothing... Continue Reading →

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