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Jenny Dixon Beach

The strange legend of Jenny Dixon Beach

Jenny Dixon Beach is home to one of Australia’s most famous urban legends. A woman appears, arms outstretched, beseeching the help of the observer. A nearby road is home to a phantom hitchhiker, a young woman who was murdered decades [...]
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Strange mystery of the oldest fossil footprints!

Strange discovery What may be the oldest fossil footprint yet found was discovered in June 1968 by William J. Meister, an amateur fossil collector. If the print is what it appears to be – the impression of a sandaled shoe crushing a trilobite [...]
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The Amazing White Pyramid of Xian

White Pyramid of Xian The story of the White Pyramid came about in the 1940s, when eyewitness reports, specifically from pilot James Gaussman, related the presence of an enormous “White Pyramid” near the Chinese city of Xi’an. He is said [...]
Legend of The Devil's Column

The Strange Legend of The Devil’s Column

Legend of The Devil’s Column Located outside the Saint Ambrose church in Milan, Italy. On the left of the basilica’s entrance there’s a single column standing in the middle of a small piazza, in a completely different style than the [...]
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Dudleytown: The true story of America’s “Village of the Damned”

The Curse of DudleytownIt’s called the “Village of the Damned”, and it’s one of the most mysterious ‘ghost towns’ in AmericaDudleytown is a ghost town, located in northwestern Connecticut within the town [...]
Eileen Garrett

The mysterious Eileen Garrett, and her sixth sense.

What is our sixth sense? Sixth sense, or subtle perception ability, is our ability to perceive the subtle-dimension or the unseen world of angels, ghosts, Heaven (Swarga), etc. It also includes our ability to understand the subtle cause and [...]

The Lake Peigneur Disaster

Lets drill! Early in the morning on November 21, 1980, a dozen Texaco-hired workers abandoned their oil-drilling rig hastily in the middle of a lake. They had been probing the floor of Lake Peigneur in Louisiana when their drill suddenly [...]
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The greatest historical scams

For Sale: The Brooklyn Bridge Background: Not long after the Brooklyn Bridge was completed in 1883, a shifty 20-year-old named George C. Parker decided on a whim to see if he could “sell” it to an unsuspecting tourist. He did. In fact, [...]
The US Navy’s Akron,

The US Navy’s Cursed Akron!

The US Navy’s Akron, “Queen of the Skies,” was one of the largest dirigibles ever made. Rumors that the craft was jinxed circulated even before its maiden flight in August 1931. It was said that a Hungarian communist worker had spat on [...]
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The famous mystery of The Lady who vanished!

Not long before the opening of the French capital’s Great Exposition of 1889, a distraught young Englishwoman rushed into the British embassy in Paris and told a story that has reverberated through fantasy and fiction ever since. She and [...]
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