In the 1980s the phenomenon of 'The Crying Boy' gripped the UK. In homes where everything was destroyed by fire, the image in the haunted painting remained strangely intact.
He leapt over high walls, scared the wits out of women and horses, slapped men in the face, and escaped. But did he really exist?
Good ole Ohio, a rather peaceful state known for the buckeye tree, home to America's first traffic light, the first pro baseball team and of course Helltown.... and zombie apocalypse emergency drills.... and dogmen, the tortured children of Gore Orphanage, frogmen.... ok, maybe it's not so peaceful after all.
Myths, legends, and folklore—the things that fuel our nightmares, but is there any truth behind them?
Fort DeSoto is a beautiful and well-loved place but what happens to the park at night? Fort DeSoto's history is anything but peaceful, and many believe it is a very haunted place in Florida.
In 1857, an insignificant gemstone was stolen from an Indian temple. The story that followed the theft is a fascinating tale of misfortune and tragedy. Was this stolen jewel haunted by its true owner.
In 1966, a series of unexplained events would rock the peaceful haven of Point Pleasant, West Virginia to its core. What began with a string of sightings of an unidentified nocturnal creature would culminate in a tragedy that would forever change the town and its citizens.
If there’s anything guaranteed to send a nervous tremor through a community, it’s the local newspaper printing a headline such as “Anesthetic Prowler on the Loose.”
Joseph and Edward Hooker were tragically murdered in their home in the small town of New London, Ohio in 1974. They have become a local legend as rumors of hidden cash and hauntings still circulate decades after their deaths.
There are a lot of strange things lurking in the wilds of Oklahoma. Here are a few that you may not have heard of before.
The goatman is a creepy urban legend often told in the state of Maryland. Another widely known creepy legend told in Maryland is that of the haunted Crybaby Bridge. Come explore these hauntings with me.
Scandinavian mythology consists of a multitude of different eerie mythological beings and creatures, many of which are not widely known of.
Peter Stumpp was a man who lived during the 16th century and was thought to have been an actual werewolf.
There has long been an urban legend of an axe-wielding man in a bunny costume wreaking havoc on those unfortunate enough to cross his path. Surprisingly, there actually might be a grain of truth to this story.
Learn about some of the infamous American witches from history and folklore. The Screecham Sisters were witches who helped pirates.