A grisly discovery was made earlier this week in the Midwood area of Brooklyn where a body was found in a basement after the foul odor of decomposition alerted the neighbors.
On Monday, June 3rd at around ten PM, the remains of a fifty-seven year old woman was removed from the two family home.
But the curious part is the note that was left near the body that suggested the woman was killed for performing witchcraft.
An amazing photograph taken in Kirtland, Ohio appears to show a ghostly figure behind a small girl battling leukemia at the time the photo was taken.
However, Erin Potter’s mother, Jen, thinks the figure is not that of a spirit from beyond the grave, but rather a vision of the Virgin Mary and for Jen and her family one of the reasons Erin is now cancer free.
Now, after the amazing events in Cleavland, Ohio, where kidnapping victims Amanda Berry, Gina DeJesus and Michelle Knight were recovered alive after being held captive for years in the home of Ariel Castro, another false prediction comes to light.
Sylvia Browne claimed Amanda Berry was dead on the Montel Williams show in 2004.
While staying in a Soho hotel during a 2009 tour, singer and actress Miley Cyrus claims that she also had a meeting with the supernatural as well, including seeing the ghost of a little boy and doing a little investigative work on the property, a former bakery.
Beer has always gone hand in hand with some of our most beloved pastimes and indulgences, such as billiards and darts, baseball, a nice relaxing trip to the bar or pub after a busy day or pizza.
However, if the makers of Olympia Beer are correct, there maybe another thing that goes along perfectly with beer.
Or more precisely, catching Bigfoot and walking off with a cool one million dollar prize…
I started this site for many reasons….to inform, to educate and because I get news items in my feeds about a ghost that seems intent on stealing some buds of quality marijuana.
See what I mean, where else can you get to write sentences like that one without being high yourself?
Yet that is what one grower of the infamous green leafed plant claims happened recently in his greenhouse.
Ng Goon Lau, sixty two, used to work the Hong Kong real estate market to his advantage. He had no financial problems and although his path to riches was a bit off the beaten path, it certainly worked like a charm.
Ng bought and sold real estate in one of the most superstitious cities in China, if not the world. So Ng made use of this fact by dealing in property that he could buy at remarkable discounts.
Because the property’s Ng dealt in were said to be haunted.
They say that in space no one can hear you scream… Well, the producers and marketing teams of the Alien franchise of Sci Fi films said that and it became one of the more well known movie taglines of all time. You may not be able to scream in space but it is certainly the most likely place where you might spot aliens.
It has the look of a place where you might expect to find the undead. In fact, St. Mary’s Church in Whitby‘s atmosphere is so heavily drenched in creepiness then it inspired no less then the creator of one of the most iconic horror icons of all time, Bram Stoker and his vampire creation Count Dracula.
Lately, though the village of Whitby has a new problem caused by the church. It’s getting rid of the bones in it’s graveyard spits right into the backyards of Whitby’s residents.
You never can tell what they are going to do once they enter your lives. Cold spots, doors closing, objects tossed across the room, strange sounds like footsteps and voices…and now theft.
At least that seems to be the case for one spirit in Winder, Georgia, who haunts the home of forty year old Debbie Michelle Zamacona. The ghostly criminal reportedly made off with a resume roughly valued at five-thousand dollars and a black and blue blouse, according to a police report.
Recently we published an article on the dark side of exorcism. However, this story takes the pitfalls of possession cases in a slightly different direction.
Rachel Armstrong, a thirty-seven year old nurse, beat her ninety-two year old grandmother Angela Armstrong right before bed, due to Angela being possessed by the devil.
One woman in Singapore swindled thousands of dollars from an acquaintance that thought she was being haunted. Twenty-six year old Jasmine Soh Fang Ling used this to extort money from this scared and naive woman.
Although we have reported on a paranormal scam before, the amounts of money this woman gave up for piece of mind are staggering.
Today I was doing the usual, saving the Earth from aliens, watching for signs of Bigfoot in the bushes outside my window and surfing the internet, when I discovered that a common search term to get to this site was “Ghost Sex.”
I posted this neat little fact on Facebook (which I haunt like Lord Combermere’s Ghost lately) and a couple of friends commented, prompting me to use the search term myself. To my amazement, an item that fit the bill for content on NFSW was right there in front of me, a famous pop star named Kes$ha, who had claimed to have had “Ghost Sex.”
You could also say that at times people have used the unexplained as an alibi, such as when Ronald DeFeo of Amityville fame claimed he was given the murder weapon by a dark mysterious figure and heard voices or our recent report on a wife beater who tried to blame er bruises on a ghostly visitor, excusing him of doing any wrong.
That certainly seems the case with another recent report where a Florida teen blamed his attempted rape charge on the Devil himself.
In case you were thinking that pulling a hoax on the general public is pretty much risk free, you might want to hear the story of Randy Lee Tenley of Montana, who died while attempting a Bigfoot hoax.
When it comes to myths, urban legends and tall tales, there are some that are just classics.
Don’t let a black cat cross your path, breaking a mirror is seven years bad luck, Bloody Mary and don’t walk under a ladder.
However one superstition actually causes people to change their daily plans and gave birth to the title of a infamous horror movie franchise: Friday the 13th.
Of course, the idea that one day on any calender is more unlucky or strange then another is pure craziness…or is it?
Just wanted to write a quick post to let all of our followers know that the lack of new content since late May was caused by a personal issue and the site (which bless you all still gets decent hits for something that has not see a new post in awhile) will be back to bringing you the latest ghostly news ASAP.
Also, a site expansion will take place soon where there is a links page for websites as well as a state by state listing of any and all paranormal groups we can find!
The ‘official’ launch of NFSW is not until October and we plan on a special article each day in October as well as hopefully some give aways if I can arrange them.
All in all just know that this site is only sleeping, not dead and will be back soon.
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Thanks for your time, hope to see you again soon.
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In that ground breaking film, the monoliths were part of an experiment by an alien race to see how far a race could evolve after the aliens introduced the idea of tools to our ape like ancestors and brought a giant leap forward into the evolution of life on the planet Earth.
There was a monolith buried on the moon in the film and when it was discovered four million years after it was placed there, it contacted the aliens that built it to let them know that the Humans had gone from apes using bone derived weapons used to hunt to mastering space exploration.
Now scientists from the University of Arizona have found what appears to be a similar looking object on the surface of the planet Mars.
Is this a photographic illusion or something that proves life may imitate fiction?
Bloody Mary…Bloody Mary..Bloody Mary…
That is the incantation that you are supposed to chant in front of a mirror if you want Bloody Mary to appear. It has been the highlight of many a Halloween party and children’s sleepover for decades.
However, before you summon Mary in all her variations or test your belief in the Bell Witch by saying an incantation in front of a mirror, science has to say a couple words on the matter and invites you to take a little visual test as well to prove it’s point.
Recently I wrote a post that described a wife abuser who blamed bruises as well as the marks on his wife’s neck on a ghost. At the time, I thought that news items where people on the wrong side of the law blamed the paranormal for their crimes would be few and far between.
That was before I read about twenty year old Leanne Fennell of East Yorkshire in the UK, who blames the resident ghost in her Hull house for her numerous noise and littering violations.
Today, April, 15th 2012 is the 100th anniversary of the sinking of the Titanic, claiming 1, 514 lives and becoming a legend that has endured for a century.
While it is pretty much common knowledge that the Titanic sunk due to an iceberg, researchers revealed last month what might have been the real culprit in the disaster: The Moon.
By Thomas Spychalski
It will be one hundred years since the cruise ship Titanic sank in the Atlantic ocean in 1912. The event cost 1,514 people their lives after the ship collided with an iceberg.
Now the only known alleged picture of the iceberg that took down the Olympic Class ocean liner is to be auctioned off.