Previously: The Hodag Type: UP (Unholy Pet). Period/location of origin: Subject, known as the Demon Cat of Washington, D.C., was first sighted circa 1862 in the basement of the United States Continue Reading > about Encyclopaedia Of The Impossible: The Demon Cat Of Washington, D.C.
Previously: The Street With No Name, Australia. New England is full of historical remnants — old houses, former farms, and even full towns that still look as they did centuries ago. Many of them Continue Reading > about Haunted Road Trip: Bara-Hack, Pomfret’s Lost Village Of Voices, Connecticut
Previously: Cincinnati Music Hall. (CW: Torture, murder, war crimes, human rights violations.) On the northeastern edge of Singapore lie the remains of an old hospital. Well — it was a hospital Continue Reading > about Haunted Globetrotting: Old Changi Hospital, Singapore And The Specters Of War
Previously: The Yule Cat. Type: CC (Corporeally Challenged). Period/location of origin: Mid- to late-20th century, Nigeria. Subject’s precise date of origin is unknown; however, as subject has Continue Reading > about Encyclopaedia Of The Impossible: Madam Koi Koi
Previously: The Historic Sacred Heart Hospital, Pensacola, Florida. In the middle of Auckland, New Zealand, there’s a massive public park. Known as Auckland Domain, it features, spread out over 75 Continue Reading > about Haunted Globetrotting: The Witches Of Auckland Domain, New Zealand
Previously: Spirit Photography. Here’s a term I hadn’t heard until fairly recently: The “stone tape theory.” “Huh,” I thought. “What’s the stone tape theory? How does it work? Is it new? Maybe I’m Continue Reading > about How Does It Work?: The Stone Tape Theory, Residual Hauntings, And The Deep Influence Of Memory And Emotion
Previously: Urban Legend Locations In The United States On Google Maps. So, hey, remember that time when I published a piece on urban legend locations in the United States you can find right on Continue Reading > about Legend Tripping: Urban Legend Locations Around The World You Can Find Right On Google Maps
Previously: Blank Room Soup. On Oct. 16, 2016, a video tour of a house in Japan arrived on YouTube. This, in and of itself, is unremarkable; lots of video tours of houses, in Japan and elsewhere, Continue Reading > about The Weird Part Of YouTube: Decoding The Ghost Story Of PiroPito’s “My House Walk-Through”