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The trouble with the Jersey Devil
Columnist: Matt Forde | Posted on 10-20-2015 | 0 comments
I’m fascinated by the Pine Barrens and have been since that X-Files episode in the early 1990s. This huge expanse of US forest smothers a large chunk of souther...




Zozo
Columnist: Matt Forde | Posted on 2-28-2015 | 9 comments
This is a story that I heard about only recently. A reader of one of my articles on another site got in touch asking for a little help with the research of a pa...




The MacKenzie Poltergeist
Columnist: Matt Forde | Posted on 1-13-2012 | 11 comments
In December of 1998, a homeless man wandered through Edinburgh’s storm-lashed streets. Seeking shelter from the night’s downpour he staggered into Greyfriars Ki...




The island of the dolls
Columnist: Matt Forde | Posted on 8-26-2010 | 12 comments
The winding canals of Mexico City’s ancient Xochimilco district harbour a disturbing and exceptional locale. Within the meandering waterways of the quiet wetlan...




The zombie of Gladwish Wood
Columnist: Matt Forde | Posted on 7-6-2010 | 9 comments
Nestling amid the beautiful countryside of the Sussex Weald there is a little village called Burwash, where listed buildings flank the neat, meandering high str...




The camera never lies ?
Columnist: Matt Forde | Posted on 5-31-2010 | 16 comments
A regular entry of ‘top 10 ghost photographs’ lists, the Brown Lady of Raynham Hall remains a perennial favourite among students of the paranormal. For those th...




The mystery of the Chase Family Vault
Columnist: Matt Forde | Posted on 4-27-2010 | 15 comments
In 1808 the wealthy Chase family of Barbados acquired a vault in which to inter their dead relatives. Already some eighty years old, the vault was built semi-un...




The Ourang Medan death ship
Columnist: Matt Forde | Posted on 3-24-2010 | 18 comments
The straits of Malacca near Sumatra have long borne witness to the passage of trading ships. Ivory, fabrics, perfumes, glassware and precious stones have passed...




The witch of the Joshua Ward House
Columnist: Matt Forde | Posted on 3-10-2010 | 10 comments
The town of Salem, Massachusetts is no stranger to macabre record and disturbing legends, but for the first time perhaps something belonging to the town’s super...

 
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