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The Oak Island Money Pit
Columnist: Ritoban Mukherjee | Posted on 5-9-2014 | 15 comments
Seven must die before the secret is revealed - so says the legend of the enigmatic Money Pit of Oak Island, Nova Scotia. Throughout the centuries many well-resp...




The screaming skull of Burton Agnes Hall
Columnist: Ritoban Mukherjee | Posted on 4-2-2014 | 3 comments
If you are a resident of England you may have been to, or at least heard of, the famed Burton Agnes Hall, an Elizabethan manor house that dominates the village ...




The death ship of the south seas
Columnist: Ritoban Mukherjee | Posted on 3-12-2014 | 7 comments
While unfathomable tales of ghostly ships and recondite accidents at sea have always clung to traditional folklore, the case of the S.S. Ourang Medan remains on...




The Nameless Thing of Berkeley Square
Columnist: Ritoban Mukherjee | Posted on 2-25-2014 | 18 comments
Hazily described by a fortunate surviving witness as a "hideous monstrosity", the Nameless Being that haunts Berkeley Square is a creature that is said to be ov...




The werewolf demon of London
Columnist: Ritoban Mukherjee | Posted on 1-1-2014 | 4 comments
The only reason stories of werewolves don't seem credible to me is that they tend to be very ancient ones, dating back to the 16th and 17th centuries. These cas...




The Legend of Spring-heeled Jack
Columnist: Ritoban Mukherjee | Posted on 11-23-2013 | 3 comments
One of the most abstruse paranormal entities to have baffled humanity is Spring-heeled Jack. The sightings began in the Victorian Era, when an evil phantom mask...




The werewolf demon of London
Columnist: Ritoban Mukherjee | Posted on 10-29-2013 | 14 comments
The only reason the stories of werewolves don't seem much credible to me is that they are very ancient ones, dating back to the 16th and 17th centuries. These c...




The disappearing village of Angikuni
Columnist: Ritoban Mukherjee | Posted on 10-14-2013 | 3 comments
Mysterious are the cases of individuals disappearing without a trace. But what about the entire population of a village that vanished without a single clue ? Th...

 
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