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"1923 alleged picture of "Old Yellow Top" Reports of a large, hairy ape-like creature haunting the mining region near Cobalt in the northern reaches of Ontario are numerous and stretch back to the earliest years of human habitation. In fact, the first recorded sighting of the mysterious beast occurred just over 100 years ago, in September 1906, the same year in which the silver boom-town of Cobalt was founded..." #Sasquatch #Bigfoot
A wedding photographer took this picture from a rooftop to get a bird’s eye view of a wedding in progress. Something seemed odd about the balcony in the top right portion of the photograph. This is what the photographer found when they zoomed in. Zoomed out picture for extra creeps
Lansingburgh-The Old High School (NY) The legend has it that early in the 1900's a teacher went insane and slaughtered as many of his students as couldn't escape with an axe in Room 243. This room is haunted at night by the ghost of the teacher, ranting and raving and waving his bloody axe, and by the students, running and screaming in pani
Warlock’s Grave is located in New Philadelphia, Ohio, somewhere off of route 39 and, yeah, it’s haunted. There used to be a headstone tablet at the grave that said that the warlock was decapitated, his hands and feet were cut off, and the rest of his body was burned. Nothing grows around the grave, it’s all brown. Also, down the hill are supposed to be additional spots where witches are buried. I have seen things there
The Girl who wasn't there Excerpt of original article by Kathy Gearing which appeared in the Spring 2006 Newsletter. Photograph: provided by Lee Moynes and taken by his friend Joan. This photograph was taken on a wet, drizzly day on Dartmoor on the 14th June 2002. The photographer had been sitting in the car watching the ponies with her partne
Loraine Warren holding Annabella. The Haunted Doll was the focus of a case that famed paranormal investigators Ed and Lorraine Warren took part in during the early 1970's and is highlighted in the book The Demonologist. It has been stated that this is one of the most unusual cases of a possessed object on record.
Stull Cemetery, Stull, Kansas Also called the “Gates to Hell,” this grave site is among the Seven Portals of Hell listed by numerous haunting guides and is among America’s most haunted places. Legend states that if you knock on a rock in the church’s rubble pile, the Devil will answer you.
This is one of the many cemeteries along the Norton Creek Trail in Great Smoky Mountains National Park where ghost stories abound. There is the Cherokee legend of Spearfinger, a local witch who wandered these trails killing children and eating their livers, as well as a murderous settler who killed hikers all along the trail, and a mysterious light is seen and said to help guide lost hikers back to the base to this day.