The Nameless Horror Of Berkeley Square

What resides in 50 Berkeley Square?

50 Berkeley Square is supposedly the most haunted house in London. It’s an accolade that is toted by quite a few different houses but this place has held the reputation since the 1800’s. Plus, for some strange reason it seems to have a ‘Nameless Horror’ inhabiting its rooms rather than just a run of the Read More

Nahanni National Park

The Murderous Valley of the Headless Men

The Northwest Territories of Canada are beautiful. They are remote, untouched and for the most part, inaccessible. They are home to the Nahanni National Park which is in turn home to the Nahanni Valley which is only accessible by boat, plane or foot. It boasts deep canyons, hot springs, whitewater and a huge waterfall. The Read More

Amityville Part Two – The Lutz Family

Part two is focussed towards the paranormal side. Get ready for demon pigs and rooms covered in flies. Real or hoax? It’s pretty compelling either way. Thirteen months after the DeFeo murders occurred, George and Kathy Lutz moved into the mansion on Ocean Avenue with their three children; Daniel, Missy and Christopher. The house was Read More

High Hopes 112 Ocean Avenue Amityville DeFeo Murders

Amityville Part One – The DeFeo Family

This is a story with two parts so I will be doing two posts, exploring the background and beginnings in the first and the subsequent hauntings and legacy in the follow up High Hopes – The House Amityville is a small town in Suffolk County, New York. It’s name is born from an amicable agreement Read More

Titanic Ghosts and Curses

The Titanic sank 107 years ago and there are still programmes on television documenting conspiracies, theories and survivors stories. I was going to put together a ‘Titanic Conspiracy’ post but in researching I realised that a) this isn’t new news and b) all the points that spark a “ah, that makes a lot of sense” Read More

There is something in Shag Harbour

Nova Scotia, Canada, October 4th 1967. Something very unusual is happening, dozens of locals are reporting lights in the sky. At 10pm an orange sphere is spotted hovering around the coastline of Dartmouth by Chris Styles, at 11pm residents of Shag Harbour start spotting lights in the sky, just like before the lights are noiseless Read More

The Mothman of Point Pleasant

When the most accepted reason for a tragedy turns out to be a 7 foot, red eyed harbinger of doom, you have the beginnings of a great mystery. Or maybe a great mascot for tourism? Let’s take a look. The beginning Clendenin, West Virginia November 12th 1966. Five gravediggers are busy at work at a Read More

Borley Rectory – A classic English Ghost Story

I have always been fascinated by this story, it’s got nuns, headless horsemen, the proto-Zak Bagans, affairs and accidental arsonists. What more could you possibly want? Borley Rectory was situated in Borley, Essex and is said to have been the ‘Most Haunted House in England’. Yes, it’s quite a bold statement to make. The Rectory Read More

Lead Glasses on Vintém Hill

August 17th 1966, Brazil. Manoel Pereira da Cruz and Miguel José Viana, two Brazilian electronic technicians waited for a bus from Campos dos Goytacazes to Niterói, Rio de Janeiro, Brazil. While waiting, the pair happened across Miguel’s Uncle who they mentioned that they were travelling to Niterói to buy a car, he responded saying that Read More

Dyatlov Pass – Mystery at 20 below

The story of Dyatlov Pass is, in my opinion, one of the most intriguing modern mysteries. It starts on January 23rd 1959 with ten Russian hikers, Yuri Yudin (21), Yuri Doroshenko (21), Yuri Krivonischenko (23), Zinaida Kolmogorova (22), Rustem Slobodin (23), Lyudmila Dubinina (20), Semyon Zolotaryov (38), Alexander Kolevatov (24), Nikolai Thibeaux-Brignollel (23) led by Read More

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