I know that my readers are of inquiring minds, and I would not have it any other way. But I need you to understand: the specifics are not important. It’s not about where it happened, or when, or even the name of the Old Man. The wings were the first sign, but they are far from the last.
For over 100 years, people claim to have seen the ghost of a woman named Grace Brown. She was murdered at the Big Moose Lake many years ago. People have reported seeing her ghost roaming the shore of the lake while others claim to have seen a ghostly woman drowning in the lake. So, what happened to Grace Brown and why are people still fascinated by her?
Growing up there were always stories surrounding him. Every misfortune or evil deed in our small town was always blamed on him. Mr. No-Eyes. I never really knew what to believe in my younger years, I always just thought it was another silly urban legend that parents created to get their children inside when it gets dark outside. Or a story the police made up to keep all of the kids in town out of the woods that borders the town.
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Okay, you wouldn’t be here if you didn’t want to mess with some albeit unholy shit sooooooo… I won’t keep you in suspense. Welcome one and all to the Three Kings Ritual! Do this of your own free will… or if you know have no way out of the bet you lost, you do you fam. You have to be big in preparation if you want to try this. It's like sky diving: if getting it right on your first try is not something you're good at, then this is not for you.
The Aatxe [pronounced AH-ah-cheh] is a "Young Bull" spirit in Basque mythology. Although commonly known for adopting the form of a fiery red bull, the Aatxe is a shape shifter that has taken additional forms, such as a dragon or even a man. The mythological creature is said to inhabit caves or hollows. Although it is said to stalk the earth, dragon mythology lends itself to imagining the Aatxe flying. Also, because of its shape shifting ability, one freely wonders if the Aatxe truly has a gender identity in any strict sense. Then again, so much of about mythic creatures will tend to go unexplained, which is why the public imagination fills in the gaps.
Is Bigfoot real or fake? This creature has his own FBI file what does that mean?
Social distancing has been challenging for me but, not because I miss the socializing or visiting people. I want to see my family more definitely, but this virus shutdown has been difficult because I can’t go exploring any haunted locations. I love haunted and mysterious sites with history and I miss that being in lockdown. So, I have been making a bucket list of haunted places in Arizona, I want to visit once I can leave my house again.
There are numerous accounts recounting the gallant experiences of Sir Henry Morgan and his relentless assurance for distinction and fortune. Routinely known as a privateer because of his frequently fierce and ill-conceived activities, he was in reality otherwise called a marauder privateer.
Darkness spreads its wings across the heavens blotting out the setting sun. Thunder rolls in the distance announcing the oncoming storm as the wind rises, thrashing a stately oak tree.
Though apparently never actually witnessed, the "slasher under the car"/ankle slicing car thief still haunts the public imagination. The idea is simple: Someone may be waiting beneath your car as you enter or exit the vehicle. Why? Probably to slice at your ankles and incapacitate you, then to steal your car, kill you, or do other unfortunate things. While most people don't fear stepping out of the car, such a tale might make someone hesitate to do so.
Even if you are not ultimately a believer, it’s fun to imagine that there are creatures out there that have eluded humans for centuries. Although their names vary by region, Bigfoot seems to get around.