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  • de-Loys-ape

    De Loys’ Ape

    The reported discovery of the De Loys’ Ape by Swiss Zoologist Francois De Loys in 1920 is just...

  • Roanoke Croatoan

    Roanoke

    You may or may not have heard about the Lost Colony of Roanoke. It is a popular story and there have...

  • Dazu Wheel of Reincarnation

    Reincarnation

    Reincarnation refers to a paranormal rebirth process. It means that after death, people will again g...

  • rainman

    Don Decker “Rain Man”

    The Don Decker “Rain Man” case sounds like something from an X-Files episode. Yet someth...

  • Pooka

    The Pooka

    You may have heard of Leprechauns, Fairies, and Goblins of Irish folklore, but have you heard of the...

  • golem

    The Golem

    The Golem is a legendary creature which has been constructed from an inanimate substance, such as cl...

  • Shadow People

    Shadow People

    Shadow People, also known as a shadow figure, shadow being or black mass, is a paranormal phenomenon...

  • Mothman

    Mothman

    One of the more fascinating paranormal events that have occurred in the United States is the famous ...

  • Rasputin

    Grigori Rasputin – The Mad Monk?

    Grigori Yefimovich Rasputin was born on January 22, 1869 in a poor family in the village of Pokrovsk...

  • Automatic Writing

    Automatic Writing

    Automatic writing is writing that is produced during an altered state of consciousness. During this ...

  • springheeled jack

    Spring Heeled Jack

    English folklore gives us the account of a paranormal being known as Spring-heeled Jack. He was know...

  • Kensington Runestone

    Kensington Runestone

    The origin of the Kensington Runestone has been the subject of much controversy and speculation for ...

  • Helena Blavatsky

    Helena Blavatsky

    Born in Yekaterinoslav, Russia (now Dnipropetrovsk, Ukraine) in July 31 (O.S.) (August 12 new style)...

  • Book of The Dead

    Afterlife

    The afterlife or hereafter as it is sometimes called is the paranormal belief that after a person ha...

  • I Ching

    I Ching

    Zhouyi, the I Ching, the Book of Changes, the Classic of Changes:  all names for one book, one of th...

  • ESP

    Extrasensory Perception Test (ESP Test)

    Extrasensory perception (ESP) is your mind’s ability to perceive information via other means other t...

  • KabbalahTree of Life

    Kabbalah

    Kabbalah (Also Cabala, Kabala, and Qabalah) is an ancient Jewish tradition based on the concept of a...

  • Stonehenge

    Stonehenge

    Stonehenge is one of Great Britain’s oldest mysteries. Although the theories abound, from a ca...

  • Borley Rectory

    Borley Rectory

    Borley Rectory…the name alone sounds foreboding, as if it was destined to become a place of grim fat...

  • Paulding Light

    Ghost Lights

    Ghost lights, also know as earth lights or spook lights, normally are spherical in shape and vary in...

The Mysterious Jinn

Jinn Efreet

The image of the genie in a bottle has become pervasive in popular culture, but few recognize the actual mythical origin of such characters. Very different from the fairy tale representation that Disney gave them, the jinn are creatures made ...

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The Golem

golem

The Golem is a legendary creature which has been constructed from an inanimate substance, such as clay or soil, and brought to life by magic. It is normally the same size as a man, and exists to serve whomever has ...

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Helena Blavatsky

Helena Blavatsky

Born in Yekaterinoslav, Russia (now Dnipropetrovsk, Ukraine) in July 31 (O.S.) (August 12 new style) 1831, Helena Petrovna Blavatsky was a Russian-German occultist. She and Colonel Henry Steel Olcott established a research and publishing institute called the Theosophical Society in ...

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Stickmen

Stickman

Stickmen truly are the exception to every paranormal rule imaginable. Most people think of experiencing the supernatural as a way of seeing ghosts, zombies, or perhaps bigfoot. They expect to see something that has a shadowy indistinct form like a ...

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Skin-Walker

Skinwalker

What is a skin-walker? Some of us may have never heard of one. So what are they, the skin-walker? Let me first begin by saying they are deeply embedded in Native American culture. They are most popular in the Navajo ...

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Grigori Rasputin – The Mad Monk?

Rasputin

Grigori Yefimovich Rasputin was born on January 22, 1869 in a poor family in the village of Pokrovskoye, in the former Eastern Siberia, in a society steeped in tradition. From an early age it was evident that Rasputin was not ...

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