So hellhounds? Yay or nay, according to this legend tough, there are some of them that can remind us a lot about them.
La Llorona is a famous Mexican folk tale. It align itself with other similar legend of the scorned woman, the woman in white and the weeping woman.
G’day mates! The Bunyip of the wild from Australia is a mythical creature living in lakes and swamps. What was it? Or rather, what is it?
If there is one place a haunting is taking place, it is prisons. So much regret, vengeance and the hunt for justice and despair is echoing through the walls.
Some of our most favorite sources for the weird and paranormal.
The gothic haunting of the small town of Whitby is said to be by the old abbey as well as Bram Stoker used it for a setting of Dracula.
An orphan girl is forever confined to a strange country without her family, trying to lure other children to share her faith.
A convicted prisoners is forever convicted to walk to his death by hanging in Grahamstown, South-Africa.
The Fengdu Ghost City in China is steeped with the paranormal and cultural afterlife as well as being a big tourist attraction. Weird?
The lingering presence of a high ranking Nazi leader is still hiding and wandering in the bunkers used in the war.
A murder mystery that was allegedly solved by the appearance of the ghost of the victim.
The Obon festival is a three day celebration of the dead in Japan. Every summer, families reunite to honor the family members no longer alive.
The grey lady of Stavern is a tragic tale, but not a very unique one. She stand together with the rest of the weeping women, filled of grief after being left by a man.
In the cold and desolated coast of Iceland, a ship wrecked crew is trying to find the way back home.
The night marchers are holy spirits of ancient warriors still marching on the islands of Hawaii.
In an old iron foundry settlement, the once upon the time leader cannot find any rest in death.