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The first ever publicly revealed UFO footage taken by US spy...

DailyMail.com has obtained an exclusive image of a metallic-looking orb flying over Mosul, Iraq in April 2016, from footage taken by a US intelligence-recon...

Four Ghosts That Haunt Campus Year Round | SUU – Southern...

Posted: October 25, 2016 | Author: Abigail Wyatt | Read Time: 4 minutes Have you ever stayed up way past your bedtime to watch a...

The Pentyrch UFO Incident

In 2016, a peculiar pyramid-shaped UFO was witnessed over the Welsh village of Pentyrch. What is claimed to have followed was shocking: military intervention...

‘Things Heard & Seen’ review: Paranormal thriller never clicks – Los...

Elizabeth Brundage’s 2016 novel “All Things Cease to Appear” is part ghost story and part mystery, set across multiple decades in and around an...

5 Theatres With Ghost Stories to Keep You Up at Night...

Since 2016, we’ve been reporting on hauntings at theatres all across North America, and the stories keep coming. Here’s a new crop of spine-tingling...

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Paranormal adventures in Goochland – VPM News

This isn’t the first time friends Kathleen Preservati and Rosie Stephenson have teamed up for a paranormal adventure. “I've gone across country and done...

The 13 Scariest Horror Movies on Netflix Right Now – The New York Times

Netflix has done a fine job in recent years of stockpiling horror films — from established classics to newer pictures discovered at international film...

‘Ghost hunt’ planned at Somerset pub where it is believed 30 spirits reside –...

If you have a morbid curiosity about medieval history and a fascination of the paranormal then an event in Glastonbury next month could satisfy...

Cabelands Cemetery: Ghosts of the Eno River – WTVD-TV

The Eno River State Park is a favorite Autumn hike for many Triangle families. With winding trails and thick orange foliage, hikers might be...

How to Tell a Ghost Story – The New York Times

“The most important thing is the setting,” says Ruth Robbins, professor of Victorian literature at Leeds Beckett University in England. “In the 19th century,...