Posts Tagged ‘Creepy’

Elizabeth Báthory

{ Article added: 06/16/2009 }
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Categories : Crime, Historical, People
Perhaps the most prolific female serial killer in history, Elizabeth Báthory was a Hungarian countess who may have killed up to 650 young girls. She was formally accused of 80 murders and was imprisoned in Csejte Castle in the ...Read More »

Ourang Medan

{ Article added: 06/05/2009 }
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Categories : The Unexplained
According to legend, in the late 1940s, the ship S.S. Ourang Medan was sailing in waters off the coast of Indonesia when it sent out a distress signal. The radio operator of the Dutch cargo ship sent out garbled ...Read More »

The Grinning Man

{ Article added: 05/11/2009 }
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Categories : The Unexplained
The Grinning Man refers to a mysterious figure that has been sighted during periods of UFO encounters. It is unknown if the Grinning Man is a human or an extraterrestrial. He has been described as tall and imposing ...Read More »

Valentich Disappearance

{ Article added: 05/08/2009 }
The Valentich Disappearance is the undetermined and mysterious vanishing of pilot Frederick Valentich and his Cessna 182L aircraft in October of 1978 near Victoria, Australia, in the "Bass Strait Triangle". The pilot had reported via radio that an unidentified ...Read More »

Bunny Man

{ Article added: 05/08/2009 }
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Categories : The Unexplained
The Bunny Man is the legend of a man dressed in a bunny suit who attacks and brutally kills people with an axe. The alleged incidents usually occur in the area of the "Bunny Man Bridge" in Fairfax County, ...Read More »

Shadow people

{ Article added: 04/28/2009 }
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Shadow people are supernatural beings or creatures that, unlike ghosts, do not possess human features. A feeling of dread often accompanies reports of encounters with shadow people, and the forms do not attempt to communicate or provide a feeling ...Read More »

Numbers station

{ Article added: 04/20/2009 }
Numbers stations are shortwave radio stations broadcasting random streams of numbers, words, letters, tunes, or Morse code. It is assumed that these stations are a clandestine form of communication to spies, although no conclusive determination has been made. ...Read More »