Previously: The Forest Grove Sound. The story goes something like this: In June of 1947, the Dutch vessel S.S. Ourang Medan was reportedly navigating the Marshall Islands in the Micronesian Continue Reading > about Unresolved: What Happened To The Ourang Medan — And Did It Exist At All?
Previously: The Grifter. Type: PV (Phantom Vehicle). Period/location of origin: 1965, Stockholm, Sweden. Appearance: Subject appears to be a silver-colored, eight-car, C5 model train running Continue Reading > about Encyclopaedia Of The Impossible: Silverpilen, Or The Silver Arrow
Previously: “Jvk1166z.esp.” Originally published to the Creepypasta Wikia in September of 2014 by user Indefinitesilence, “Hanging Man Hill” is what I might call a middle-aged creepypasta — it Continue Reading > about Creepypasta Of The Week: “Hanging Man Hill”
Previously: The Dark Watchers. Type: PE (Preternatural Entity). Period/location of origin: Unknown, Japan. Appearance: Subject does not have one set appearance, but remains quite simple to Continue Reading > about Encyclopaedia Of The Impossible: Koito-san
Previously: Shades Of Death Road, New Jersey. The Blue Ghost Tunnel wasn’t always known as the Blue Ghost Tunnel. Located in Thorold, Ontario in Canada alongside the length of what was once the Continue Reading > about Haunted Globetrotting: The Blue Ghost Tunnel And What Remains Of The Third Welland Canal, Ontario, Canada
Previously: Hoia Baciu, Romania. Alongside Jenny Jump State Forest in New Jersey’s Warren County lies a road with an ominous name: Shades Of Death Road. Located largely in Great Meadows, New Continue Reading > about Haunted Road Trip: Shades Of Death Road, Warren County, New Jersey
Previously: What To Do On Halloween, 2018 Edition. Halloween is fast approaching, so you know what that means, right? Yep: It’s time for the 2019 edition of our big What To Do On Halloween post Continue Reading > about What To Do On Halloween: 2019 Edition
Previously: Phantom Social Workers. At the beginning of August in 1885, a terrible storm descended upon the city of Chicago — a storm that dumped more than five inches of rain on the city in less Continue Reading > about Creepy Wikipedia: The 1885 Chicago Cholera Epidemic That Never Actually Happened