The odd mystery of the Vile Vortices

A term coined by Ivan Sanderson referring to twelve geographic areas that have been responsible for numerous mysterious disappearances. The best known of the so-called “vortices” is the Bermuda Triangle. Others include the Algerian Megaliths to the south of Timbuktu,…
The Circleville Letter Writer Mystery

  THE CIRCLEVILLE LETTER WRITER MYSTERY   Details: In 1976, several Circleville residents were receiving strange letters detailing personal information about their lives. Bus driver Mary Gillespie was accused of a supposedly non-existent affair with a school official. The writer then…
The Brown Mountain Lights Mystery

  The Brown Mountain Lights are a mystery that has intrigued as well as bewildered people for hundreds of years. Witnesses never quite see the same thing. Some may see one or two lights while others see the mountain twinkle…
The Spook Light Mystery –

  The Spook Light Mystery On a road outside Joplin, Missouri, where the rolling Ozarks merge into the endless flatness of Oklahoma and Kansas, locals report seeing a light called the Spook Light The anomaly is variously described as a…
The unexplained UVB-76 broadcast

UVB-76, also known as The Buzzer, is the nickname given by radio listeners to a shortwave radio station that broadcasts on the frequency 4625 kHz. It broadcasts a short, monotonous buzz tone repeating at a rate of approximately 25 tones…
Ghost Ship – kaz 2

The Mary Celeste has gained a somewhat eerie notoriety following its discovery, apparently having been abandoned by its crew, with nobody remaining on board. This ghost vessel phenomenon seems to repeat itself, remarkably, in the modern case of the Kaz…