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Famous Tudor phantoms of Hampton Court
Columnist: Patrick Bernauw | Posted on 5-6-2009 | 2 comments
Hampton Court Palace, on the banks of the Thames, is considered one of the most haunted buildings in the United Kingdom. Most of the famous phantom visitors are...

True crime mysteries that made history
Columnist: Patrick Bernauw | Posted on 5-2-2009 | 0 comments
Was the Lambeth Poisoner also Jack the Ripper? Three years had passed since those dark days of 1888, when Jack the Ripper had last stalked the gloomy gas lamp l...

Mysteries of Orval, the Valley of Gold
Columnist: Patrick Bernauw | Posted on 4-24-2009 | 5 comments
The abbey of Orval, in Belgium's Ardennes Forest, is truly a place of mystery. The name "Orval" means "Valley of Gold", Nostradamus seems to have written a numb...

Perceval and the Grail of Bruges
Columnist: Patrick Bernauw | Posted on 4-20-2009 | 1 comment
Chrétien de Troyes composed his famous epic poem Perceval, le Conte du Graal (Perceval, the Story of the Grail) between 1181 and 1191 for his patron Philip of A...

Three magical writers mysteries
Columnist: Patrick Bernauw | Posted on 4-16-2009 | 0 comments
Gustav Meyrinck and the Golem - Assumption Eve, August 1892, in Prague. Student Gustav Meyrinck, 24 years old, was standing at his table with a gun in his hand....

The Rennes-le-Château hoax
Columnist: Patrick Bernauw | Posted on 4-10-2009 | 11 comments
Rennes-le-Château, a small medieval village in southwestern France, is internationally renowned for being in the middle of what probably may be the Greatest Co...

True ghost stories of the great war
Columnist: Patrick Bernauw | Posted on 4-6-2009 | 4 comments
The Angels of Mons, created by Arthur Machen - In september 1914 the famous fantasy and horror writer Arthur Machen published his story The Bowmen in a British ...

Three lost treasures
Columnist: Patrick Bernauw | Posted on 3-29-2009 | 0 comments
Here are some amazing True Treasure Stories, that need further exploration! So Mr. or Mrs. Indiana Jones... Are you ready to start a True Treasure Hunt ?

The Epworth Rectory Poltergeist
Columnist: Patrick Bernauw | Posted on 3-21-2009 | 2 comments
The Rectory at Epworth, Lincolnshire, does not look like a typical haunted house, but nevertheless it was the scene of maybe the most famous Poltergeist ever. T...

Sausage meat murder mystery
Columnist: Patrick Bernauw | Posted on 3-1-2009 | 8 comments
Adolph Louis Luetgert was a German immigrant who started his Sausage & Packing Company in Chicago, with four thousand dollars he had saved up. Two months after ...

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