What Happens When You Enter The Bermuda Triangle?

What Happens When You Enter The Bermuda Triangle?

This article will be covering the infamous area off the coast of Florida, which has ‘devoured’ numerous aircraft, sea vessels and their crew…

What happens when you enter the Bermuda Triangle?

Let’s take a closer look at the paranormal location known as the ‘Devil’s Triangle’….


The Triangle

The first person to coin the phrase ‘Bermuda Triangle’, was an author by the name of Vincent Gaddis, in 1964.

He published an article in an issue of a Pulp magazine that covered a well known area of the Atlantic Ocean that was infamous for ‘erasing’ numerous aircraft and ships.

The title of this now famous article was The Deadly Bermuda Triangle.

This article pushed the Devil’s Triangle into the public’s eye, and it immediately became popular due to it’s reputed mysterious vanishings and stories of supernatural elements.

mysteries bermuda triangle

The legend of the Bermuda Triangle actually stretches back as far as 1492, when Christopher Columbus sailed through the area.

The famous discoverer actually included the triangle area/location in his notes, claiming that his crew kept on seeing strange lights in the sky, and his boat’s equipment started to malfunction.


The Torpedo Bombers

One of the most famous incidents linked to the area involved five torpedo bombers who were on a routine training mission on the 5th of December, 1945.

They were leaving Fort Lauderdale, Florida, to head towards Barbados and back – it was a training mission that would qualify the pilots to fly over water.

The planes never returned to base.

Later investigations showed that transmissions between the pilots and their base suggested that the plane’s compasses were going haywire.

inside the bermuda triangle

They insisted that they were not that far away from Florida…radio contact was lost soon after.

A rescue boat was dispatched to find their wrecked remains, but that boat also disappeared with 13 crew members, 27 minutes later.


A UFO Hotspot?

Over the years there have been numerous public reports of UFO’s in the Bermuda Triangle area – some of these UFO’s have even been spotted under the surface of the water!

Funnily enough, there is actually a restricted naval facility on an island near the triangle – it is apparently called the AUTEC base.

secrets of the bermuda triangle

Research tells us that AUTEC stands for Atlantic Undersea Test & Evaluation Center.

Many ufologists firmly believe that AUTEC is the maritime version of Area 51 – a oceanic version of the secret base that is said to house UFO technology.


The Atlantis Connection

A very famous psychic named Edgar Cayce believed that the legend of Atlantis was based on truth…and that the fabled city actually sits beneath the waves of the Bermuda Triangle.

This theory was recently modernized, and many paranormal experts now believe that the crystals that were said to power Atlantis, are the force that is behind the mysterious Triangle disappearances.

Over the last couple of decades, there have also been a few ‘images’ floating around the information superhighway. These images are supposed to show pyramid structures picked up on sonar, in the depths of the Triangle.

Another popular Triangle ‘theory’ is that a massive rouge wave appears from time to time – wiping out all in it’s path. These waves are thought to be accompanied by freak lightening streaks in the sky above – bringing down aircraft.

Certain psychics who have traveled through the area have brought up another interesting theory…

They believe that the spirits of dead African slaves are rising from the deep to exact revenge for their execution – being thrown overboard.

What are your thoughts on this subject?

Please leave your opinions in the comment section below.

The Legend of the Ghost of Stow Lake

The Legend of the Ghost of Stow Lake

This article will be taking a look at the urban legend of the Ghost of Stow Lake from Golden Gate Park in San Francisco…


A Terrifying Encounter

In early January, 1908, a man was upheld by local police for ‘speeding’ near the Golden Gate Park. Once apprehended, he explained to the law officers that he was speeding because he had just had a frightening encounter with ‘something’ otherworldly.

He went on to explain that he was in the process of leaving the park, when a woman appeared from nowhere and blocked his exit. Apparently, she had a strange ‘shine’ to her.

She was dressed in an all white gown and her bare feet slightly levitated off the ground.

This was the first ever recorded sighting of the Ghost of Stow Lake.


The Pioneer Mother Statue

The Pioneer Mother (also referred to as Pioneer Woman and Children) statue that now sits in Golden Gate Park was sculpted and cast in bronze in 1914.

It was finally moved into the park in 1940.

Over the years the statue has been through various stages of neglect, leading to it’s appearance becoming slightly disturbing.

The Pioneer Mother Statue

It has a greenish hue to it’s body and half of her face has turned white – much like a ‘phantom’ mask.

But are these strange colorings really down to natural processes?

Apparently not!

Many people believe that these strange bronze markings have something to do with the paranormal stories linked to this monument…


The Urban Legend

This legend seems to have been floating around San Francisco for well over a century now…

Apparently, Stow Lake is haunted, and that people venturing near there in the dead of night have come across a woman looking for her child.

In the early 1900’s, an unnamed woman took her children for a walk around Stow Lake – they were full of energy and she decided to see if she could tire them out.

The Urban Legend

After a while, her legs began to ache, and she told the children to have a little play when she sat down for a few minutes on a nearby bench with the baby.

Before long another woman joined her on the bench, and they began having a conversation.

As they spoke, the woman kept an eye on her kids playing by the lake…but forgot about her baby in the pram, parked next to her by the bench.

The pram gradually rolled off into the lake, and her baby drowned.

When she finished chatting, she realized that the pram had disappeared into the water, and ran into the lake frantically searching for her baby.

Her children stood watching her, terrified, on the lake bank.

She eventually disappeared into the depths of the lake, and was never seen again.


The Ghost of Stow Lake

Over the years, there have been numerous reports from people who claim to have encountered the Ghost of Stow Lake.

They all claim to have come face to face with barefooted woman in white looking for her lost baby – always at night.

The Ghost of Stow Lake

The spirit is always in a terrified state, frantically searching for her lost child, which has already perished in the lake.

The Pioneer Mother statue is also linked to the legend – many people believe that the spirit of this unfortunate mother resides in the statue. If you approach the statue at night, you may get a glimpse of the statue’s head moving, as if it is scanning the area…searching for something…

If you have any thoughts or opinions on the legend of the Ghost of Stow Lake, please leave them in the comment section below.

The 1959 Dyatlov Pass Incident

The 1959 Dyatlov Pass Incident

This article will be taking a look at the 1959 Dyatlov Pass incident, when a group of hikers met a grizzly and mysterious end during their expedition to the remote Mt Otorten in the Northern Ural Ranges…


The Exciting Expedition

A group of ten students from the the Ural Technical University set off on an exciting expedition in late January, 1959. The university had arranged the trek with an objective of reaching Mount Otorten in the northern Ural Mountains.

A short section of this journey was set to pass through Mount Kholat Syakhl…a mountain that the locals refer to as ‘The Dead Mountain’.

Out of the ten who made up the group of young explorers, only one would return home alive.


A Photographic Journey

The students were warned beforehand that the journey was listed as a category 3 hike – this meant that it was not really suitable for amateurs.

The difficulty did not put any of the group members off, they were young and they felt they would have no problems in reaching their destination.

dyatlov pass russia

A day into the trek, and one of the group members fell mysteriously ill. Thankfully there was a village nearby, and the sick member was able to stay behind when the remaining nine carried on with the journey.

The details regarding the remainder of their doomed journey, are captured in photographs recovered from rolls of film found, some log diaries, and forensic evidence.


The Dead Mountain

A few days after the group had left the ill member in the village, bad weather conditions had apparently put them off course, as they were descending The Dead Mountain.

When they realized they had taken the wrong route, they decided to set up camp on the mountainside…but ignored the more wooded area nearby which would have offered much more protection from the elements.

When this camp was being set up, one of the final photographs was snapped by one of the group members. It was around the time of 5pm, on Feb the 1st, 1959.

What happened next…remains a mystery.


The Dyatlov Pass Mystery

The group of hikers was led by a student named Igor Dyatlov, and he had made arrangements that stated he would inform authorities of their success or failure on February the 12th. He did point out that there could well be a few days delay on this date, due to the group’s slow progress.

By the 20th of February, the local authorities were concerned – they had not been contacted by Igor Dyatlov.

A professional search team was put together, and six days later they eventually manged to locate the group’s camping tent. It was badly damaged, and full of their supplies.

The tent seemed to have been torn from the inside, and there was a trail of footprints leading to the wooded area below the campsite.

They followed the footprints to a burned out campfire where they discovered two bodies – both in their underwear.

The Dyatlov Pass Mystery

Another three bodies were then discovered, including that of group leader, Igor Dyatlov. They were also semi-naked, and seemed to have been heading back towards the original campsite.

The remaining bodies were found months later in a ravine.

These final gruesome discoveries were shrouded in mystery…

For a start – three of the bodies carried fatal internal injuries…but no surface wounds (Fractured chests and fractured skulls).

dyatlov pass theories

The forth body was female, and discovered in a nearby stream. Her lips, tongue and part of her skull had been removed!

All four of the bodies seemed to be dressed in clothing that they had stolen off the other group members. Traces of radioactivity were found on this clothing, and the bodies had a strange tan to their skins.


The Dyatlov Pass Theories

Most skeptics believe that a snow slide was behind the mysterious incident. It had hit their campsite and they had all fled the tent in a panic…only to die in the cold environment.

Many ufologists believe that the radiation is key to this mystery, that the group were victim to an alien encounter. It is noted that several other hiking groups in the area reported seeing strange lights in the sky.

The Russian authorities claimed that the lights were nothing more than missile testing exercises…but this explanation did not convince everyone.

Another theory involves a government testing area in the mountain – did the group wander into this area…and end up being killed off by some sort of ‘experiment’?

Now it’s over to you…

There are several popular theories linked to this incident – Yeti attack, government testing, UFO’s…

Please leave your opinions in the comment section below.

The Psychic Twins Predictions

The Psychic Twins Predictions

This article will be taking a look at the famous psychic twins predictions made by Linda and Terry Jamison – do they really have the power to see into the future?

Let’s take a closer look…


The Jamison Psychic Twins

Linda and Terry Jamison claim to have shared the same thoughts, had the same feelings, and been able to predict the future together since they were toddlers. They claim to operate as one organism.

When they were babies, they shared a private language and had visits from various spirit entities throughout their youth. They dress identically, every single day, and even share the same dreams when they sleep.

According to the Twins, they went through a terribly tough time in high school, due to their powers nearly taking over their teenage minds. The scattered teenage emotions that surrounded them on a daily basis, overpowered them and frequently left them ill.

 psychic intelligence terry linda jamison

Paranormal gifts can indeed be a burden, but the Twins are an example of the power of trust and positivity – “We suffered for many many years, in fact, probably all our lives,” the Twins admit.

Their gift could easily have turned into a burden, and ruined their lives…but the twins were determined to get a hold of their power – turn it from a negative into a positive.


The Jamison Twins Predictions

The the Jamison Twins believe that they are now proof that the spirit world is in complete control, and has complete order, when it is handing out it’s psychic gifts to us humans.

They eventually managed to embrace the weird powers they harnessed – they now promote the cultivation of personal weirdness, as it’s the ingredient that makes us stand out -makes us different, and the Other World (apparently) likes different.

The twins claim that empathy is the key to psychic powers – Empathy is intuition.

Modern society often frowns upon empathy and labels it as a weakness – the ability to truly feel the emotions of others. But empathy is apparently key to opening the door to the Other World.

terry and linda jamison

Just over two years before the terrible 9/11 terrorist attacks, the twins predicted that “terrorist attacks on government buildings” would occur…they even stated that the World Trade Center, and the Twin Towers, would be the target.

They also managed to predict the Boston Marathon Bombing and al-Qaeda attacks in Europe in 2010.

If you have any thoughts or opinions on the famous psychic twins predictions made by Linda and Terry Jamison, please leave them in the comment section below.

The Legend of The Green Man (Charlie No Face)

The Legend of The Green Man (Charlie No Face)

This article will be covering the legend of The Green Man that originates from the lonely roads of Pennsylvania. Also known as ‘Charlie No Face’ – is this legendary freak based on fact, or fiction?

Let’s take a closer look…


A Typical Urban Legend?

It’s a dark and rainy night as a couple drive up to darkened tunnel – a location that is often mentioned in a local legend that is linked to man/ghoul that has terrorized this part of town for decades.

The couple have only been dating for a couple of weeks, but he thinks his luck is in, this particular night.

He has heard of this location many times before – and his mates have suggested that he takes his date here, to scare her with the local legend and setting.

When the car enters the tunnel, his date turns to him and laughs – she is also local and she knows what he is up to…she has also heard the legend of The Green Man.

raymond robinson green man

They drive deep into the tunnel then stop – they sit in the darkness waiting for the legend to reveal itself but neither is too confident that it will…

Surely this is nothing more than a High School legend – designed to get young ladies ‘in the mood’?

Suddenly the guy realizes that the legend mentions a calling – so he beeps his horn twice…

The call is answered.

A strange green light begins to form in the middle of the tunnel…and slowly moves towards the car. As the light get’s closer, it takes on the form of a man.

The young couple are frozen in fear, as The Green Man’s disfigured face peers in at them.

He has a hole in his cheek, exposing his teeth, and there is a deep hole where his nose should be. His eyes twitch…but they are nothing more than sealed eyelids.


Charlie No Face

The young lovers have encountered Charlie No Face, or The Green Man.

Local legend suggests that he was once an employee of the power company and was electrocuted by a downed power line.

This accident managed to hideously deform the poor soul…leaving him to hide away in the dark tunnel.

As he reaches out to touch the car, they speed off back into the night.

They are both fully aware that the legend suggests that Charlie No Face gets his power, and his green glow, from the cars he manages to trap within the tunnel.


Raymond Robinson

Many paranormal experts believe that this urban legend is actually based on fact – an incident that happened to an eight-year-old boy named Raymond Robinson.

Raymond tragically fell into electrical lines on the Morado Bridge near Beaver Falls, and ended up with with hideous injuries to his face and body.

Due to such horrifying injuries he shied away from the public.

Charlie No Face

Raymond was constantly warned by locals not to venture out in the daytime, as he frightened the local children.

He resorted to taking long walks at nighttime, and soon became a bit of a celebrity.

Groups of teenagers would drive along the roads at night in search of him. More often than not, Raymond would stop to talk to them, and they would have their picture taken with him!

If you have any thoughts or opinions on the legend of The Green Man, please leave them in the comment section below.

The Coventry Freemen Ghost

The Coventry Freemen Ghost

I first encountered this paranormal image about five years ago – at the time I struggled to find any ‘extra’ information on it, so I put it on the back-burner and saved it for a rainy day (so to speak!).

Anyway, last week I came across a short yet sweet article on the subject, and it provided me with a little more information on the incident/picture.

Let’s take a closer look at the Coventry Freemen Ghost (or Coventry Freemen Monk!)…


The Monk

First things first – do you notice anything strange about the photograph at the top of this article?

Take another look, at the ‘hooded’ guy standing at the end of the line…

The Monk

The image/photograph was taken during prayer at a 1985 dinner event for the Coventry Freemen organization (on January the 22nd).

The photographer who was hired for the night, decided that the prayer time was a perfect moment to snap a great memory of the occasion. The room was dark (to allow for a longer than usual exposure) and everyone was standing still.

A couple of weeks after the event, members and associates of the Coventry Freemen organization began to come forward with concerns regarding a robed figure standing near the end of one of the tables.

Nobody had turned up in this sort of costume for the event – and nobody remembers anyone standing in that position when the prayer took place.

The strange robed figure seemed to be joining in with the prayer – with head slightly bowed and hands clasped in front.


St Mary’s Guildhall – Paranormal Activity

St Mary’s Guildhall, where the event took place, is located in Coventry, Warwickshire. It is known to have a lot of paranormal activity linked to it.

The most famous reports involve a gray lady, a girl in a blue dress, strange lights/orbs and a monk. Many believe that this image from 1985 has managed to capture the paranormal monk!

St Mary's Guildhall - Paranormal Activity

Over the last decade or so, the ghostly photograph has been put under the microscope of numerous skeptics – most believing that the exposure has captured two people standing close together…

But I’m not too sure about this.

What about you?

A simple trick of the light or real paranormal photograph?

Please leave your thoughts and opinions in the comment section below.

The Hopkinsville Kentucky Aliens

The Hopkinsville Kentucky Aliens

This article will be taking a look at the Hopkinsville Kentucky aliens case of 1955. What were the strange goblin creatures that appeared at the Sutton family farmhouse?


The Hopkinsville Goblin Case

On August the 14th, 1955, a local woman in Dogtown, Indiana, contacted the local press with a strange story.

She claimed that while on a swimming trip along the banks of the Ohio River, she and her friends had noticed a peculiar shiny object above them in the sky.

The Hopkinsville Goblin Case

Without warning, some sort of creature reached through the water and grabbed at one of the group – trying desperately to drag them under the water.

It’s arm, and hands, were fuzzy – as if covered in a type of fur material, it also had claws on the end of each finger.

Exactly one week later, a family gathering took place at a small farmhouse near Hopkinsville


The Hopkinsville KY UFO Incident

The gathering took place at the Sutton family’s farmhouse, and close friend Billy Ray Taylor was attending.

Taylor was outside getting water from the farm’s well when he noticed something large and bright, falling out of the sky. It seemed to land in a nearby field.

He went back in the house and told the gathering what he had just witnessed…but his claims were met with laughter.

Later that evening, the family gathering were shocked when the Sutton’s dog started barking uncontrollably. Billy Ray and Lucky Sutton decided to scan the area outside, to see what was concerning the animal so much.

Within minutes, the two men ran back in the house screaming and looking for the shotguns – they told the family to lock all the doors and stay away from the windows.

The Hopkinsville KY UFO Incident

The shocked family members asked what had happened, and the two young men told them that a number of strange creatures were in the nearby field.

Over the next few hours the family were terrorized by these creatures as they hung to the farmhouse walls, and peered at them through the windows.

The creatures were apparently short with pointed ears, claw-like hands and large round eyes. They wore strange metallic, silver-colored suits.


The Terrifying Hopkinsville Encounter

Many of the creatures were shot through the windows of the home, and at one point, Taylor went outside to shoot at more.

The Terrifying Hopkinsville Encounter

Whenever he hit one of the creatures, the bullet seemed to have little effect – the creature would simply float away further down the yard.

After a couple of minutes outside, one of the ‘goblins’ managed to grab Taylor’s head. He managed to get away, and retreated back to the safety of the house.


The Aftermath

The family eventually managed to get into two separate cars, and make a mad dash into the nearby town, where they went straight to the sheriff’s office.

The sheriff and a number of local and State law enforcement officers, visited the farmhouse soon afterwards.

The creatures were gone, but they found a lot of shotgun shells outside the farmhouse. The family members pleaded with the authorities to search the house – they were petrified and did not want to go back into the home.

The house was searched, and nothing was found.

Just before the search was concluded, the local media turned up and started taking accounts off the family members involved.

The authorities and the media left, a couple of hours later…but the family insisted that the ‘goblins’ reappeared later that night, and started terrorizing them once again!

This family had no reason to lie, and left the farmhouse and moved on within a matter of weeks after the incident.

What do you think?

A twisted hoax designed to get attention…or a terrifying alien encounter?

Please leave your thoughts and opinions in the comment section below.

The Predictions of Edgar Cayce

The Predictions of Edgar Cayce

This article will be taking a look at the famous predictions of Edgar Cayce, also known as ‘The Sleeping Prophet’. Was Cayce really one of the most gifted seers to walk the Earth?

Let’s take a closer look…


Who is Edgar Cayce?

Edgar Cayce was born on a tobacco farming site near Hopkinsville, Kentucky in 1877. He was part of a typically middle-class country family who were well versed in the Bible, and attended church whenever they could.

During his youth, he was often regarded as a strange boy, he wouldn’t go anywhere without his bible, and would frequently complain about having strange visions.

His grandfather tragically died in a pond accident, yet Edgar would constantly insist that he had met up with him on multiple occasions after his death, on the family farm.

Who is Edgar Cayce?

Many of the locals thought that Edgar was somehow linked to the devil – but Cayce’s family completely loved him and fiercely protected the young boy.


The Sleeping Prophet

When Edgar got into his early twenties, he managed to get set up with a job as an insurance salesman…but unfortunately he lost it due to a terrible bout of laryngitis (he couldn’t speak!).

He then moved on to become a photographer, but the laryngitis condition worsened.

His family eventually sent him to a homeopathic physician and hypnotist, who suggested that Cayce should try to correct the condition by inducing himself in a self-hypnotic state.

On the 30th of March 1901, many witnesses watched as Edgar managed to put himself into self-hypnotic state, and diagnose his ailment and prescribe treatment for it.


The Man With the X-Ray Eyes

Word gets around – and things snowballed VERY quickly.

Before long people flocked from far and wide to meet up with the guy dubbed as ‘The Man With the X-Ray Eyes’.

He was very successful, even using a variety of medical terminology to describe what was occurring inside people’s bodies. But, when he was awake, he was pretty much an illiterate man with no medical knowledge…whatsoever!

The media caught onto the story, and a number of newspapers followed his exploits regularly publishing front page articles on his experiences.

The Edgar Cayce Readings

In his sessions, he was known to simply loosen his tie, then lie down on a couch with his arms folded. He would then flutter his eyelids – as if he was slipping into a deep trance. The patient would then ask him questions about their medical problem.

Before long the sessions seemed to be effecting Edgar’s health, and he began suffering with crippling headaches. He and his family decided to pack up and move to a town in Alabama, where he could attempt to leave his past behind.


The Edgar Cayce Readings

Unfortunately, Cayce could not escape his destiny…celebrities were now seeking his advice…

Rumors suggest that Thomas Edison and the U.S. President at the time managed to get appointments with The Man With the X-Ray Eyes. Apparently, big oil companies also got in on the act – trying to use Cayce’s powers to locate new sources of oil!

Cayce eventually hired a stenographer named Gladys Davis in 1923. Her task was to record every word he spoke when he was in his trance states.

During the 20’s and 30’s, Davis recorded astonishing and accurate predictions from Cayce…


The Predictions of Edgar Cayce

Cayce accurately foretold of the Great Depression and even managed to nail the events that led up to the Second World War. He knew the countries involved with the Nazis, and even knew the date that the war would end.

He predicted climate change, the problems with world’s environment would face, President Kennedy’s assassination in 1963…and even went back in time to provide information on ancient civilizations.

The Predictions of Edgar Cayce

Cayce also had a strong link to the subject of Atlantis – in sessions during the 20’s, he described a large continent that existed in the Atlantic ocean that was inhabited by an intelligent and wise group of people.

This civilization were well ahead of their time – creating flying machines and harnessing power from great crystals. But they somehow managed to piss off mother nature…and disappeared into the sea around 10,000 years ago.

If you have any thoughts or opinions on Edgar Cayce, please leave them in the comment section below.

The Hull House Devil Baby Story

The Hull House Devil Baby Story

In this article we will be taking a look at the Hull House devil baby story from 1913, when a Chicago address was swamped with locals demanding to catch a glimpse of a satanic child…


Where Was Hull House?

Hull House was built at 800 South Halstead Street, Chicago, in 1856 by Charles J. Hull (that’s where it get’s it’s name!). For a long time now it has been considered to be one of the most haunted properties in the Windy City.

Hull picked this particular neighborhood because it was fashionable for ‘well off’ Chicago families at the time, so it was perfect for his wife and children.

Where Was Hull House?

Unfortunately tragedy struck, and Hull’s wife died suddenly…and his children followed her shortly afterwards.

With his beloved family now gone, a broken Hull decided to leave the property and move to another part of Chicago.

Many locals believe that his wife’s spirit stayed behind to haunt her room at the address.

The Chicago Fire of 1871 ruined the neighborhood, but Hull House managed to survive the flames. It then became a run-of-the-mill home for the elderly, until 1889…


The Devil Baby of Hull House

In 1889, Jane Addams and Ellen Starr co-founded Hull House, a ‘settlement house’ that aimed to help immigrants become more socially acceptable.

The program at Hull House became a complete success, and Addams and Starr went on to open other properties in the city with the same immigrant aid setup.

In 1913, three Italian women burst through the doors of Hull House and demanded to be introduced to something called the ‘Devil Baby’.

The Devil Baby of Hull House

The workers on duty, and the people staying there, had no idea what they were talking about…

But they would not leave – they wanted to see this devil child!

They managed to get the three ladies to leave…but the neighborhood had caught on to the incident, and hundreds of people began turning up to see this so-called devil baby.

Things got out of hand pretty quickly, and before long people from outside of the Near West Chicago area were calling by, people from all over the country wanted to see this satanic child.

This whole, pretty mad episode, lasted for a total of six weeks.


The Devil Baby of Chicago

So who was the Devil Baby of Chicago?

Well, there are two main urban legends that link to this story…

The first involves a devoutly Catholic woman who hung a religious picture on one of the walls in her home. Her husband was apparently atheist, so he tore it down.

In a rage he stated that he would rather have the devil himself in residence rather than the picture on the wall.

About a year later, the woman gave birth to a devil child, and died with shock. The atheist husband then panicked, and left the child on the doorstep of Hull House.

The Devil Baby of Chicago

The second urban legend centers around a man who’s wife gave him six daughters – but he obviously wanted a son!

In a heated argument one night, he told his wife that he would rather raise the devil himself than have another female child.

Guess what happened when his wife fell pregnant about a week later…

Both these ‘myths’ are believed to have some sort of element of truth about them – apparently a strange child was raised inside Hull House at one point in time.

It was a peculiar looking child that was capable of the greatest of blasphemies – resulting in the main owners of the house getting it baptized…or exorcised.

Another myth points to this exorcism not going to plan, and the child spending the remainder of it’s life locked in the attic.


The Hull House Devil Baby Story

In modern times, numerous workers and renovators have reported hearing the ghostly cries of a child, coming from the attic area of the house.

What are your thoughts on the subject – do you believe there is some weight behind the Devil Baby story?

Or do you believe it is nothing more than a urban legend?

Please leave your thoughts and opinions in the comment section below.

The Fanham Wood Mill Ghost Image

The Fanham Wood Mill Ghost Image

This article will be covering the famous ghost image shot at Fanham Wood Mill in early January, 1929. Is this a true paranormal image or nothing but a clever fake?

Let’s take a closer look…


The Ghostly Image

The photograph was snapped by builder, Robert Walsh, in 1929, when he decided to take a reference shot of the staircase, for carrying out his work off-site.

Walsh later insisted that he didn’t feel anything strange when he was taking the photograph, but his trusty companion, his dog, was ‘playing up’ in the vicinity of the staircase that afternoon.

He was the only worker on-site that day.

Work at the wood mill carried on for several weeks, and no other paranormal activity was recorded.


Image Discrepancies

As with most paranormal photographs, that end up online these days, there are a number of discrepancies linked to this image.

You have to remember that it was taken in 1929, so those linked to the development and production of the photograph are long gone!

Image Discrepancies

The main dispute at the time of writing this, seems to be about the actual location the image was taken – most people believe it was snapped in America, but there are people out there who claim that it was taken in the UK!

The spelling of the location doesn’t really help matters, due to the lack of info on the photograph – some believe it is Fanham Wood Mill whilst others claim it is ‘Farnham’.

Closer inspection of the image shows a woman heading upstairs slightly looking to her right. Her hair is pinned back, in an old fashioned way, and she is wearing a period collar to cover her neck area.

So what do you think?

Does this look and ‘feel’ like a real paranormal image?

If you have any thoughts or opinions on the Fanham Wood Mill ghost photograph, please leave them in the comment section below.