Skeleton Key figures will release a set of five figurines over the next few months of 2013, representing five ghosts of Japanese legend.
The series of figures is called Shuonan, or “asylum for vindictive spirits to pay back their contempt and bitterness.” Each figurine is limited to a run of two hundred and fifty.
The first ghostly legend, to be released March 18th and seen in the pic at right, will be Oiwa, a ghost of a women killed by her lover and left to reside in dark waters for the rest of time.
Here at News From the Spirit World we encourage people to seek out the truth about strange events and interesting places, but we also encourage you not to try to make any money from it.
At least not without a permit.
This helpful hint seemed to escape Matt Pruitt, who went with around thirty or so people in tow to the Buffalo National River in Arkansas to hunt for Bigfoot. Some of the people on this expedition say they paid payed between $300 to $500 dollars to be part of a three day hunt for the legendary Sasquatch.
However, since Pruitt did not have any legal permission to charge people for such tours, he was slapped with a violation from Forest Rangers Billy Bell and Ben Henthorne after a concessionaire in the Steel Creek Campground area had met a couple of park goers who told him about the Bigfoot expedition.
Pruitt is reported to have connections to The Bigfoot Field Researcher’s Organization.
(Via Crypto Mundo)
By Thomas Spychalski
When it comes to myths and legends, there are some subjects that just seem to attract them like moths to a flame. Think of how many urban legends surround Elvis, or just how many times you have heard something new about the Amityville Horror case?
Another icon that seems to attract and creates weird rumors is Walt Disney and the Disney company.