With owners like Aleister Crowley and Led Zeppelin’s Jimmy Page, and bizarre history of fires while allegedly being built atop a cemetery, the Boleskine House in the Scottish Highlands has quite the reputation. Did Aleister Crowley’s occultist rituals leave behind evil remnants that continue to haunt the space, and leave him with the moniker “The Beast of Boleskine”? Did a local wizard in the 17th century really raise bodies of the dead, giving a local minister the not-so-fun job of having to put reanimated corpses back in their graves on that land?
Wild men or feral men have long been a part of legend. Some even believe they account for some of the Bigfoot sightings throughout history.
John Tornow reached legend status when his desire to be left alone in the wilderness turned murderous. But what really happened? Who was John Tornow and how much of the story reported was twisted by those who were left behind in the end?Continue reading John Tornow: The Wild Man of the Wynoochee
Born Catherine Elise Müller, and later identifying as Helene Smith, this 19th century spiritualist medium didn’t just communicate with the dead and speak of her past lives. She spoke to martians on Mars, and even had an alphabet, translator, and painted images that were out of this world (literally).Continue reading Hélène Smith and Her Martian Communication
In part two of our two part episode, we see Belle Guness’ home burnt to the ground, her headless body being discovered in the ruins…or was it…Continue reading Belle Gunness Black Widow Killer: Part Two
Called the Female Bluebeard, Belle Guness lured men to work her farm only to rob and murder them.
In part one of our two part episode, we look at Belle’s early life, her turn to murder of her husbands and even children, until one night a scorned lover set her house on fire…Continue reading Belle Gunness Black Widow Killer: Part One
What happens when we die? Where do our energy, personalities, and memories go after death? There have been many cases over the years of young children who remember past lives in incredible detail, some of which are proven to be true (allegedly). Join us as we discuss the origins of reincarnation, past life memories, and truly Scully whether or not these experiences are legit.Continue reading Cases of Past Lives & Reincarnation
On July 24th of 1974, a young girl walking on the beach in Provincetown stumbled across a horrifying sight: the decomposing body of a woman.Continue reading The Mystery of The Lady in the Dunes
Superstition at sea is strong, and the bizarre mystery of what happened to the Mary Celeste and her crew was ripe with theories. In 1872, the Mary Celeste was found fully stocked with everything except her crew, in the middle of the ocean, with little evidence pointing to what happened.Continue reading Ghost Ship: The Unsolved Mystery of the Mary Celeste
Point Defiance Park in Tacoma Washington has been sight to more than one tragedy, including the murder of Jennifer Bastian.Continue reading The Tragedies at Point Defiance Park
A mysterious affliction infected the residents of the town of Strasbourg, Alsace, causing residents to take to the streets dancing, sometimes until they dropped dead.
What was the cause of this strange phenomenon? And where else has it happened in history and does it still happen today?Continue reading The Dancing Plague of 1518