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Visitors from the Star Sirius and the African Tribe Dogon

Sirius (which comes from the Greek word "Seirios," means "glowing") is a star system and the brightest star in the Earth's night sky. The system is actually made of two stars 'Sirius A' and 'Sirius B', but due to being 'Sirius B' so tiny and close to 'Sirius A', with the naked eyes, we can only perceive the binary star system as a single star. Star 'Sirius B' was seen for the first time in 1862 by the American Alvan Clark when he peered through the largest telescope then existing, and spotted a faint point of light; being 100,000 times less bright than 'Sirius A', it was not possible to capture it on a photograph until 1970. The distance separating 'Sirius A' from the 'Sirius B' varies from 8.2-31.5 AU.


Basically, it was enough information to know the star Sirius and its system. Now let's come to the point.
A few decades ago in between 1946-1950, two French anthropologists Marcel Griaule and G…
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The Cursed Devil's Tree | New Jersey | United States

There is a stately abandoned oak tree, towering in the desolate field in Somerset County, New Jersey, United States, that appears to be verily spooky if someone suddenly sees it in the dusky evening, and that appearance becomes more disturbing when the bloody histories and the local legends circumstanced the tree begin arising in the freaky mind, especially those bizarre happenings that have led this tree to be called "The Devil's Tree."

The legend has it that the tree carries a terrible curse, with the potential to harm or even kill anyone who dares to damage or deface it, or to do anything wrong with it. Besides its macabre curse the locals have witnessed another strange phenomenon is that the snowfall never stays on the ground beneath the Devil's Tree even in the season of extreme winter. It seems like the earth emanate an unnatural heat from that certain area, so, many people believe that the tree's roots extend straight down to the Hell itself. Also, there…

Haunted Igorchem Road of Goa | India

Igorchem Road of Goa, in India, is considered to be so haunted that the locals keep away from it during the daytime too! It's far located in the back of Our Lady of Snows Church.

There are so many reports of bizarre haunting events in this path, in which the most cases are of being possessed by an evil spirit between 2PM to 3PM, and people have even witnessed some of those victims who have met their unusual deaths within a few days after being possessed.

Whereas some of the locals claim to hear disembodied footsteps and heavy breathing sounds that often come from behind the trees and bushes which also give this place a spooky appearance.

Santiago Flight 513 Lands with 92 Skeletons on Board after 35 Years??!

Santiago Flight 513 Commercial Airliner takes off in Germany in 1954, lands in Brazil in 1989 with 92 skeletons on board ― with dead pilot still at the controls.


It seems like beyond science fiction, but for some years this strange story has been circulating on internet through various web-sources. Actually, this extraordinary story was first published as a breathtaking news by the Weekly World News Tabloid, in its 14 Nov 1989 Edition. Where the newspaper reporter Irwin Fisher’s report confirms the sketchy details that surround this flight. Was it a conclusive news or it was just a sensational hoax??


According to Brazilian aviation authorities a commercial airliner Santiago flight 513 took off from Germany on September 4th 1954 and vanished somewhere over the Atlantic ocean. A fruitless massive search was conducted and the forlorn investigators were finally forced to believe that the aircraft was crashed and all the passengers had lost their lives.
But the story becomes more fascinati…

Haunted Rabindra Sarobar Station | Kolkata

Rabindra Sarobar is one of the most busiest metro stations of the Kolkata City in India. The station situated on Shyama Prasad Mukherjee Road at Charu Chandra Avenue. It has got its name "Rabindra Sarobar" from an artificial lake located in the surrounding area of south Kolkata.

Besides its busy days, the station has witnessed several bizarre suicides since the last few decades, and it has indeed been tarnished due to various unusual deaths that occurred at the station area. The most weird thing is that more than 80% of all the suicide cases of Kolkata, which is also known as the City of Joy, take place at this particular station, that also termed it as the “Paradise of Suicide”.


The macabre events occurred in the Rabindra Sarobar Metro Station have also said to make it one of the most haunted places in Kolkata. The passengers of the last train at night often claim to see eerie shadows and obscured figures moving and then disappearing in the gust of wind. Some of them have w…

A Brief History of Strange Signals from the Space

Since the beginning of civilization, humans have witnessed such unusual and unexplained activities that are mostly believed to be not from this world. From that prehistoric hieroglyphics charts, pictures, manuscripts to today's science-based documentary files, there is a lot of information of which exact reasons and origins are still unknown to us, and one of the most notable of them is the strange signals from outer space.


Cornell physicists Philip Morrison and Giuseppe Cocconi had speculated in a 1959-paper that any extraterrestrial civilization attempting to communicate via radio signals might do so using a frequency of 1420 megahertz (21 centimetres), which is assuredly emitted by the most common element in the Universe, Hydrogen; and it should be familiar to all technologically advanced and intelligent beings.


A few years later in 1968, there were several reports of unidentified strange signals from space that were picked up from the Arecibo radio telescope in Puerto Rico. …

The Ghostly Affairs of Jenny Dixon Beach

The Jenny Dixon Beach, NSW Coast, Australia has uncountable reports of ghostly affairs and numerous people are trying to solve the weird mysteries of this alleged area and its creepy legends. No one knows these strange ghost stories are based on the real events or these are just some urban legends that have merely been rumouring from the age of ages as the true incidents.


Before the lighthouse being built, many ships grounded along this badly remarked stretch of the NSW Coast. This coastline has taken many lives by drowning the ships and those unsatisfied spirits are believed to be still searching the rest-place beside this so-called Jenny Dixon Beach.

The ghostly encounter legends of this beach come from two local stories from two different incidents that occurred over 100 years apart.

Here, the first one is going with a real experience of Raymond Grove and his friends. Raymond has been taking a keen interest in this notorious place from the mysterious incident that they witnessed i…

Dactylolysis Spontanea ― A Bizarre Autoamputation Disease

A medical condition called Ainhum or also known as Dactylolysis Spontanea where a person's toe just randomly falls off in a painful experience by bilateral spontaneous autoamputation within a few years or months, and doctors have no clear conclusion why it actually happens.

An English surgeon named Robert Clarke first described this strange and bizarre disease in an 1860 report to the Epidemiological Society of London, but he did not recognize it as a distinct entity and conceived it to be a consequence of "Suppressed Yaws," which is a tropical infection of the skin, bones and joints caused by a bacteria. Then in 1867, Ainhum was first recognized as a distinct disease and described as such in detail by the Brazilian physician Jose Francisco da Silva Lima.


At first, the groove begins on the lower and internal side of the base of the fifth toe of both feet (in about 75 percent cases), becomes gradually deeper and more circular, progressing with slight pain, and the whole …

Toyol and Tiyanak ― The Mischievous Child Spirits

From thousands of years ago, the Asian cultures and beliefs have presented such strange events in front of the world that are more eager to excite the curious people across all over the globe. Here we are going to talk about such a startling mythical character of "ghosts-ghouls-demons" from the South-East Asian cultures that is largely known as Toyol in the Malaysian folklore, and in Indonesia, it is called the Tuyul.

Toyol is said to be the twisted spirit of a small child who passed away before it could be born. Goblin-like structure, this spooky baby looks like a toddler, newborn or under development (fetus) baby with grey or green skin and reddened eyes. They have very sharp teeth and pointed ear. The name "Toyol" literally means "mischievous thief”. The Toyol is similar to a creature from Filipino mythology called the Tiyanak and the legendary Guman Thong from Thailand.

Tiyanak is said to be a vampiric creature that imitates the form of a child. It usually…

Witnessing UFO Inscribed with Strange Hieroglyphics in Rendlesham Forest

In December 1980, a moving triangular unidentified aircraft with hieroglyphics on its body was seen outside a US Air Force base in Rendlesham Forest, Suffolk, England.


The events befell just outside the RAF Woodbridge, which was used by the U.S. Air Force at that time, and the witnesses included high-ranked military officials such as Commander Lieutenant Colonel Charles Halt, who stated that the craft was repeatedly emitting beams of light.

It all started around 3:00 a.m. on December 26th, 1980, when the security patrolmen near the east gate of RAF Woodbridge saw some strange lights abruptly descending into the nearby Rendlesham Forest. First of all, they thought it to be a downed aircraft, however, upon entering the forest for investigation, they saw a triangular shaped metallic glowing object with intense blue and white lights, and there were some unknown hieroglyphic-like symbols on its body.

Sergeant Jim Penniston, who was one of the witnesses later claimed to have closely encoun…

Strange Outer Space Stone Engraved with Hieroglyphics Remains an Enigma

In 1908, in the vicinity of the Cowichan Valley, on Vancouver Island, in British Columbia, Canada, while Willie McKinnon, the 14-year-old son of Mr. Angus McKinnon was working in his father's garden around half past 11 o'clock, a meteor about 10 inches in diameter was hurled through space and buried itself in the ground about eight feet from where he was standing. Luckily, he was not injured by the mateorite.

Willie immediately called his father to see what happened and when Mr. McKinnon came to the spot, he was shocked to find that the meteor was almost as round as a marble and the hot surface was deeply scored with what resembled hieroglyphics.
This startling story was published as a front-page newspaper article of Sept. 5, 1908 entitled, "A Message From Mars".


Mr. McKinnon spent most of his life since the incident in trying to decipher the strange markings on the mysterious stone. However, the "space stone" appears to be never examined because its any r…

Star Children ― A Human Race from Another World

On every continent, there are incredible stories of children so advanced that some believe they have come from the stars. They have superhuman intelligence, knowledge of other worlds, they have access to such information that there is no way they could know about, and they have the strange mysterious powers. They are called "Star Children" by the ancient astronaut theorists, and most of the world know them as the "Indigo Children".


Millions of people from around the world believe that we invested in the past by extraterrestrial beings, what if it would true? Did ancient alien really help to shape our history?
According to geneticist David Reich of the Harvard Medical School, there is in fact, something mysterious inside us that has yet to be identified. In a study published in the form of 2013, Reich examed in the genome of the Neanderthals and another group of ancient hominine known as Denisovan both of which were cohabitants of humans, he discovered that their DN…

Unsolved Mystery of Don Decker ― The Rain Man

History says, humans were always fascinated in trying to control over surroundings and nature with their minds; some have tried to control over fire whether some have tried over weather but none has so far been able to do so till these days. But an extraordinary event centred upon an 80s prisoner, Don Decker's life claims such strange thing to be happening in reality.

Don Decker, who said to have acquired control over the surrounding-weather to make rains whenever he wanted and wherever he wanted. The strange ability makes him famous all over the world with the name of "The Rain Man".

It all started on February 24th, 1983 in Stroudsburg, Pennsylvania, US, when Decker's grandfather, James Kishaugh passed away. While others mourned Don Decker was feeling a sense of peace for the very first time. What the others didn't know, was that James Kishaugh had physically abused since he was a young child.
Despite being in the jail Decker got a furlough to attend his dead g…

Bachelor's Grove Cemetery and Its Spooky Tales

Rumoured to be a gangster's favourite place to dump bodies during prohibition, Bachelor's Grove located in the southwest Chicago suburbs is a decaying cemetery that has been the site of countless strange and bizarre stories about ghost, spirits and devil worship. The most famous of these is the "White Lady" the ghost of a young woman wearing a white dress, often cradling a baby in her arms allegedly appears on moonlit nights.


In the 1920s, there were found numerous dead bodies in the small lagoon of cemetery side. Since then, these spooky affairs began to have occurred and in the 60s, it was turned into a very natural place for Satanic Worships.

According to the Ghost Research Society members, they got notable changes in electromagnetic readings in various time at the same place at this cemetery area. They took many types of photographs with the normal and infrared camera and nothing was seen by the time of clicking photos but after development, they were shocked to …

A 300 Million-Year-Old Brass Bell?!!

In 1944, as a ten-year-old boy, Newton Anderson’s task was to keep the coal furnace stoked at his home in Buckhannon, West Virginia, US. One evening he went into the basement to refuel the furnace and carried a particularly large lump of coal on his shovel. As he carried the loaded shovel, it wobbled and the coal fell onto the floor, breaking the lump in two. A slender metallic object was revealed, protruding from one of the broken halves. Anderson set aside the piece with the curious object and placed the remainder into the furnace.
Over the next couple of days, the boy extracted a small bell from the coal, first by whacking it with a croquet mallet and then by cleaning it with lye and a scrub brush. Unfortunately, he scoured all the coal off the intriguing artefact! But his parents and others witnessed the bell that he brought up from the basement and it became an object of conversation, residing on an old secretary desk shelf.

Coal is found in sedimentary strata (layers of soil or…