These are both well known pictures and never before seen ones. Let your eyes decide what you see.     Check out this link for all of them: ~~ Spirit Pictures ~~     <<< Index NEXT >>>   Please make sure you have checked out the prior pictures on this site and check back …
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clock twisted

  One thing that is never, or seldom considered, when speaking about UFOs and their ability to appear and disappear at will, is ‘time’. Have you ever stopped to think about where time comes from? Whose idea was it? How has it come to control our lives? When we talk about how far a UFO …
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In 1589, in a small town in Germany not too far from Cologne there were terrible things happening.  It started as cattle mutilations, and the locals feared a vicious predator was on the prowl.  A wolf was the first suspect.  Then children began disappearing and then it was presumed a pack of wolves was wreaking …
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Myths and folklore from all over the world inform us of people with supernatural abilities who walked among us. Whether their abilities are attributed to God, the Devil, nature, or some other source, the ancient world is full of records of people who could reportedly perform magic at will. History has not been kind to …
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The banshee is known in Irish myths and legends for her wailing screams and for bringing the news of death, or death for those close by, to those who were unfortunate to hear her horrid songs. But a wicked event in the highlands of Scotland has lead us to this story of a rare highland …
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Paranormal, mystery

This article was posted on Paranormal News Central.  Tells us what you think by going to the Forum. The legend around this painting is as creepy as it gets. The stories  began around 1985, when several mysterious fires occurred all around  England.  Mysteriously, after all the debris was cleared, the only item  that remained un-charred …
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Winchester Mystery House

  The Winchester Mystery House is one of the most haunted places in the United States, if not the world. Starting in 1884 and continuing until Sarah Winchester’s death on September 5th, 1922, under her instructions to her lead foreman, John Hansen, carpenters, electricians, plumbers, and other tradesmen built, tore down and rebuilt hundreds of …
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