Maggie continued to work till the day her child was born in a field, where she had gone to give birth in secrecy. Whether the baby was still born or died shortly after birth, is not known for sure. It is known, however, that Maggie left her dead baby on the bank of River Tweed.
Peter Stumpp was a man who lived during the 16th century and was thought to have been an actual werewolf.
Learn about some of the infamous American witches from history and folklore. The Screecham Sisters were witches who helped pirates.
There are many unsolved mysteries from all over the world that most people have never even heard about. Some involve people, others involve locations.
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.
Reports of creatures known as Rebobs have occurred since the 1950s around the area of Partrick Road.
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.”
Myths, legends, and folklore—the things that fuel our nightmares, but is there any truth behind them?
What appeared to be the petrified remains of a three-metre tall man were uncovered in upstate New York and the crowds flocked to see it.
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.
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?
Long before hurricane Katrina brought forth the tales of sharks and alligators swimming through the flooded streets of new Orleans in 2005, there already existed a vast amount of urban legends and ghost stories involving the State of Louisiana. From werewolves to vampires, zombies and ghosts, Louisiana seems to have it all.
A curious relic can be found in Birmingham's Jewellery Quarter known as the War Stone. Legend tells us it was left behind after an epic battle between two giants, but it may also reveal a lost castle.
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.
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.
Scandinavian mythology consists of a multitude of different eerie mythological beings and creatures, many of which are not widely known of.