Rusalka (Water Nymph)

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.

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The Vampire of Lafayette Cemetery

Lafayette Cemetery of New Orleans – There are a lot of historic stories in Lafayette. Some are full of facts, others are Urban Legends. But none are as bizarre as the “Lafayette Vampire.” Back in the late 1800s and early 1900s, Lafayette was a bustling mining community. It attracted men from all over who were […]

The Well to Hell

The Well To Hell is a bore hole that was drilled in 1989 in Siberia. The bore hole it 14.5 kilometers down and was so deep it was reported to have broken through to Hell. It was first reported in 1989 on the United States TV channel “Trinity Broadcasting Company”and  from then on the story […]

The Legend of Spring-Heeled Jack

When we think of the Victorian era we think of a time os science and the age of reason but running alongside this was  a belief in the Paranormal it was the age of mediums, fortune tellers, Phrenology( the art of reading your fortune through the bumps on your head) Fairies at the bottom of […]

The Wessex Werewolf

In 2007 a CCTV Camera on the A338 Wessex Way in Bournemouth Dorset caught what looks like a strange Dog like Creature crossing the Road. It runs out jumps over the central barrier of the road in front of a car then disappears off camera. What is strange about this video is that it was taken in […]

5 Haunted Pubs around London.

Ever fancied a drink in London well here’s 5 pubs famous for being Haunted. No1: The Ten Bells Pub In Spitalfields 84 Commercial Street London E1 6LY The pub was constructed in 1752 and was the centrepiece of the Jack the Ripper case. Which has made the pub famous but this is just one of […]