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Visiting Carlsbad Caverns in 1966, 7 year old Celia Barton said something was 'grabbing at her' as she followed her parents while strolling down to the cavern’s Big Room. Annoyed that she kept activating her Instamatic's flash, her father finally confiscated the camera. Later, this picture was developed. Celia said she thought it wanted to play with her, but it smelled bad, 'like an old banana peel.’ "What you don't know can hurt you. 1860-1998."

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The Devil Baby of Hull House. A kind of creepy story that started up in 1913 and soon took the city of Chicago by storm. Did Hull House at one time house a baby of the devil himself? http://www.theparanormalguide.com/blog/the-devil-baby-of-hull-house

Photo typology of concrete igloos. Point Pleasant, West Viriginia. Photography by Joshua Dudley Greer.

THE MOTHMAN: In 1966 and 1967, residents of Point Pleasant, West Virginia, and surrounding areas reported seeing a seven-foot-tall human-like creature with wings and glowing red eyes. After the collapse of the Silver Bridge, no more sightings were reported, causing many people to think that these incidents are related. Is Mothman a harbinger of tragedy?

"Here is NewsPaper Clippings of the Mothman. Creature Or a Myth??? You decide."

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A ponte Overtoun é, como você pode ver, uma ponte de arcos, que fica localizada na Escócia. Construída em 1859, ela ficou famosa pelo número inacreditável de cachorros que, aparentemente, se suicidaram, pulando dela. Os incidentes começaram a ser notados nos anos 50, quando cães (normalmente collies) pulavam da ponte sem nenhuma explicação. E, em casos que os cachorros sobreviviam à queda e se recuperavam, eles voltavam à ponte para se atirar novamente.