August 19 - 25: New York newspaper 'The Sun' reports that Sir John Herschel, famous astronomer, has discovered life on the moon. - A lake 'erupts' in Cameroon, killing nearly 2000 people as they sleep - Michael O'Neill returns from a holiday in Australia, only to find out that he is dead!
21 October, 1978, a young pilot, Frederick Valentich, began a voyage flying to Tasmania over Bass Strait, piloting a small Cessna 182-L aircraft. However, he never made it to his destination.
Could his disappearance be attributed to a UFO that he, and others, reported seeing that evening?
This is the story of Maud de Braose – a fiery, tempestuous woman, who was frank in stating her opinion, but unfortunately born in a time when that was not at all appreciated.
Maud offended the highest power in the land, and paid the ultimate price in a truly horrible way.
Convicted of three counts of murder, Frances Knorr strangled one baby and suffocated two others in her care.
During an 1883 commission, a Melbourne, Australia, public health officer testified that in the 500 post mortems he had performed on infants, more than half had been murdered.
Demons tormented Nicholas' friend for years. Nothing he did could shake loose the depression and angry feelings those demons inflicted on him and his friend.
They affected his home, his relationship – every part of his life… until he met someone who could help him… read his story here.
After a infant dies in her care, a woman by the name Bathsheba Sherman was accused by her local community of being a witch and working in league with the devil. Although found innocent, locals still held onto their beliefs.
The name was made popular in 'The Conjuring' but who was Bathsheba Sherman?
August 12 - 18: A fireball, shooting beams of light/fire, appears over a small Russian village, the entire event chronicled by a monastery monk - 'The King' Elvis Presley is dead... or is he? - One hundred or so colonists from Roanoke Colony disappear, giving rise to the name 'The Lost Colony'.
Known throughout history as the “nine-day queen”, Lady Jane Grey is an iconic Tudor victim: virginal, sweet, married off without personal consideration, and finally beheaded at age 16, largely because of the machinations of her evil parents and in-laws.
This is her tragic story.
In 1872, the British-American merchant brigantine 'Mary Celeste' was found unmanned in the Atlantic Ocean. All clues show it had been left in a hurry, as the food and water supplies, along with passenger and crew personal possessions, were all left on board.
What took place on the 'cursed' ship?
Visiting a cemetery in 1959, Mrs Mabel Chinnery took a photo of her husband, who was waiting alone in the car. Upon development, this image was found. Mrs Chinnery recognised the ghostly extra as her mother, whose grave they were visiting that day.
An expert determined the image was not a double exposure or a reflection. Fact or Fiction? You Decide!
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