In Russian mythology, the Rusalka were young beautiful naked women who lived in the rivers and lakes who emerged to give the fields moisture so farmers crops would grow and give life to the earth.
If you ever visit Ireland you will find a beautiful country steeped in mythology and folklore from the common Leprechaun and Fairies to the Banshee and the Sluagh.
The Killakee House in Dublin gives life to one of these Legends.
In 1940 Russian researchers took five people and hid them away in a concealed bunker. Were the researcher’s mixed their oxygen intake with an experimental gas based stimulate and kept them awake for fifteen days? This is the story of what happened to them. The five people were political prisoners during World War II and […]
The Okiku well lies in the grounds of Himeji Castle in Japan the castle dates back to 1333 and stands in the city of Himeji. Although the Castle and its grounds are very beautiful the Well its self-holds a very dark secret. It is said the samurai Lord Aoyama Tessan had a young servant girl called […]
Raynham Hall in Norfolk was built-in 1619 by Robert Townhsend and is believed by many to be one of the most haunted houses in England. And this is all down to the Brown Lady Dorothy Walpole who was married to Charles 2nd Viscount Townshend the head of the house of common’s. She died 1726 and […]
Dunluce Castle stands on a rocky outcrop just off the coast of County Antrim in Northern Ireland. Although it stands in ruin today, Dunluce Castle is one of Ireland’s oldest and finest castles. Built in the 14th century, the castle was besieged and defended by rival Irish & British families for generations, because of this […]