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Ghost
Category: Ghosts & Hauntings
'Ghost' is a word generally associated with a wide range of paranormal activities and disturbances. Some use the term to refer to a visible apparition of a dece...




Ghoul
Category: Ghosts & Hauntings
A Demon of Islamic lore which is said to consume the flesh of both the dead and the living. Ghouls are said to live in graveyards, ruins and other desolate loca...




Grey
Category: Extraterrestrial
The most commonly reported and best known form of extraterrestrial biological entity both in real life encounters and in fiction. Alien greys are characterised ...




Griffiths, Francis
Category: Cryptozoology
One of the two girls who in the summer of 1917 took photographs of what they claimed to be fairies at Cottingley Beck. The photographs became known as the Cotti...




Groom Lake
Category: Conspiracy
A dried up lake in Nevada that is also the site of the secret United States base Area 51.

 
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