STUDIO CITY, CA - Is the "Big Brother" house actually haunted? There's a buzz on the internet the last few days that apparitions have been seen by feed viewers and that a few of the houseguests are aware of the presence.
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The Japanese have always been serious about their ghosts, and Tokyo has been the home of tales regarding the Noppera-b?, a terrifying spirit who appears normal until a person approaches. When it turns to acknowledge you, it exposes a white face completely blank of features. One of the most haunted places in Tokyo is rumored to be the Akasaka Weekly Mansion, an extended stay apartment where guests have reported apparitions, ghostly mists, and feeling disembodied hands touch them while…
The history of hauntings of this old building in Indonesia is tied to the history of colonialism in the country. At the end of World War II, the Japanese fought a battle with Indonesian troops in front of the building, and there are stories of people being tortured in the basement.
A WEARSIDE ghost haunting in Victorian times. “St Patrick’s RC School played host to thousands of East Enders over the decades and photos of it are often sought by visitors to Sunderland Antiquarian Society,” said map archivist Norman Kirtlan. “But of all the
Theories ranging from mutiny to piracy to the paranormal effects of the Bermuda Triangle have been put forth to explain the disappearance of the Carrol A. Deering’s captain and crew but almost 90 years later, the ship’s final days remain shrouded in mystery – as do the fate of the captain and crew, none of which were ever heard from again.
Built by the Cunard Line, The Queen Mary was the premier ocean liner for transatlantic travel, carrying celebrities and dignitaries. During World War II, it was painted gray and used as a troopship, but after the war was over, it was returned to its former grandeur. The Queen Mary was retired from service in 1967 and permanently docked in Long Beach, California, where it became a floating hotel. Dozens of people died on the ship ove
Dashi-Dorzho Itigilov is a Buddhist Lama considered to have reached Nirvana, due to the lifelike state of his corpse, which is not subject to macroscopic decay. He died in 1927 and upon the latest examination in 2002, scientists and pathologists stated his body is “in the condition of someone who had died 36 hours ago”.
1938, expedition led by Dr. Chi Pu Tei (a Beijing University) into the Baian-Kara-Ula mountains of China discovery in caves that had been occupied by some ancient culture. In dust stone disks. Measuring about nine inches in diameter, each had circle cut in center & etched with spiral groove, 10,000 to 12,000 years old. The spiral groove is composed of tiny hieroglyphics tell story of spaceships fthat crash-landed in the mountains piloted by people called he Dropa.