The Disappearance of Helen Claire Frost
Before The Abduction Helen was born in England on the 17th of October, 1952. Four years later, Helen, her mother, father, and older sister Sandy all moved to Nanaimo (Na-ny-mo), British Columbia, Canada. In 1969, when Helen was only 17 years old she moved to Prince George, British Columbia. Her sister soon moved in that same month; November. Their apartment was on the 1600 Block of Queensway and was shared with an older woman named Darlene and her child, who was only a newborn.
Two of The SCARIEST Locations in North Dakota
The Children’s Museum at Yunker Farm Erected in 1876 this beautiful, two-story brick house is home to a slew of ghostly apparitions, and strange happenings. The museum itself is far from scary and simply houses small attractions for young children to visit and interact with as a way to learn something new. But as it turns out, there may be someone there watching over the children to make sure they don’t have too much fun. There are two spirits that are said to live in the house; one is an older woman who was married to the man who owned the farm all those years ago, and another is a small child who is said to hang around a well on the property.
The Unsolved Abduction of Andy Puglusi
Andy was born September 2, 1965, in Lawrence, Mass, just 20 miles out from Boston. Lawrence wasn’t known for being the greatest place to live in Mass, but from all accounts, Andy was a happy, easy-going kid. The housing project he grew up in was home to around 300 other children who all sought relief from the summer sun in a nearby pool. Admission at the time was only 25 cents, so it was often bustling with numerous children. Unfortunately, some very unsavory characters were there, on the 21st of August, 1976; the day Andy went missing. From reports, it was well over 90 degrees in Lawrence that day, so Andy, along with his close friend Melanie Perkins, and numerous other children were looking for a way to cool off. Sometime during that day, someone made it off with Andy.
2 BELIEVABLE UFO Encounters
Allagash The area around the Allagash River is known for its incredible views of Maine’s beautiful mountains. Hill after hill of greenery also add to the cozy, yet, isolated aesthetic. Many visit the area for a handful of reasons but the four men we’re talking about tonight had plans of taking a small vacation from their studies at the Massachusetts College of Art and going fishing in the Allagash River. The men were Jack and Jim Weiner, twin brothers, and friends Chuck Rak and Charlie Foltz. That August in 1976 would prove to be one of the most memorable moments of the men’s lives, and it wasn’t because the fish were biting.
"He Was Taken By the DEVIL" The Terrifying Abduction of Owen Parfitt
It isn’t everyday we dive into an unsolved case as old as this one but when I read about a man who many say was abducted by Satan himself, I was incredibly intrigued. Of course, given the age of this case, pictures will be sparse, but luckily newspaper archives are available to us that lay out this story very well. So without much further ado, let’s jump right into the story behind Owen Parfitt’s baffling abduction.
Creating LIFE From Thought? - The Story Of The Philip Experiment
Can the power of thought alone create something? Can you think something into existence? These are just a few questions I want to cover today when we talk about The Phillip Experiment from 1972, an experiment that has been in the back of my mind for quite some time. It begins with the thought (pun intended) that I posed at the beginning. The thought that something, or someone, can be manifested just by thought alone. This idea is more commonly known as a tulpa and has ties to Tibetan Buddhism. It was their belief that one could create a second consciousness in their head; one that had different thoughts, opinions, and beliefs from them. Something that could give them a second look at things. This was only in the mind, though. The Philip Experiment planned to take this to a new level.
Strange Tales: Russian Folklore
The Moscow Metro The metro through Moscow is the most commonly used means of transport in Moscow. Hundreds, or maybe even thousands of individuals go in and out of the trains there daily. The question is though… do they know what could be going on right under them? There are plenty of stories about the Moscow Metro but we’re going to start with the story of Metro-2. Metro-2 was said to be conducted in the 1930s while Russia was under the rule of Joseph Stalin. It's said that he was the one who ordered it be built. The Metro itself is said to be anywhere from 50-120 meters (164- 393 feet) underground and has four lines; plenty to move a large number of people in the case of some kind of war-time emergency.
"Big Developments" Cold Cases that were CRACKED In 2020.
The Lime Lady (Identification) We begin with the case of a young woman who, until recently, was only known as the “Lime Lady.” Her body was discovered in April of 1980 by a group of fishermen in the woods of the North Canadian River in Oklahoma City. The woman was shot to death and left near the bank where the killer poured a product known as quicklime over her body in hopes that it would accelerate the decomposition process. In a strange turn of events, the moisture from the river actually helped the lime preserve her body to some extent. Her face had been remotely untouched by decomposition and so a sketch of her was released. Also preserved in the lime was a tattoo over her left breast. Despite these two things, no one came forward to ID the woman.