The forests of this unassuming region of the northeastern United States are said to be home to the elusive Bigfoot.
The Barnsley Antiques Center in South Yorks, England is certainly no stranger to paranormal activity.
A camera set up in a remote area of woodland in Upstate New York had picked up something unexpected.
A creature resembling a crocodile has been spotted wandering around outside residences in West Yorkshire.
Visitors and residents alike have described encounters with a strange 'screaming' creature in the region.
New York resident Samantha Hartsoe was shocked to discover a large space behind the wall of her bathroom.
Seth Breedlove and the 'On the Trail' team are returning with another investigation into the elusive cryptid.
New Yorkers reported far more than the usual number of strange objects in the sky over the last 12 months.
A man who had been waiting for a bus was unaware of the nightmare scenario he was about to experience.
A local news station has reported on one woman's disturbing encounter with a mysterious ape creature.
A mansion in Nyack, New York is considered legally haunted due to the infamous 'Ghostbusters ruling.'
A suitably authentic looking ghost shop has opened its doors in one of England's most haunted cities.
A woman who had been shopping in New York recently returned to her truck to find a dead body in the back.
When Lincoln Boehm found a burger in the street, he couldn't have predicted the reaction it would get.
Space experts from several agencies failed to stop an asteroid fragment from wiping out New York City last week.
One of the world's strangest sports sees participants compete to make the most convincing Bigfoot call.
A man who went missing in New York was later found 3,000 miles away and nobody knows how he got there.
A miniature UFO that allegedly crashed in Yorkshire in 1957 has been rediscovered inside a museum archive.
Tea fanatic Nathan Derek Garner decided to cement his love for the popular brew by changing his name.
Remember that time a giant octopus dragged a ferry to its doom off Staten Island ? No, neither do we.