October 7 - 13: A murderer is found guilty after losing a duel against his victims dog - A meteorite smashes into a 1980 Chevy Malibu in Peekskill, New York - Twenty cruisers fitted with high tech sonar equipment scan the depths of Loch Ness searching for the legendary monster.
Was Jennifer Gibbons death natural causes? Or did she sacrifice her life for her twin sister June? They were inseparable – living life only for each other, even creating their own language.
They decided that the only way one of them could live normally, was for the other to die...
In 1897, Elva Zona Shue was found dead in her Greenbrier County, West Virginia, home. The initial report ruled the cause of death as an unfortunate happening but nothing sinister.
However, four weeks after her death, Zona appeared to her mother in a series of dreams and told a story of murder.
September 30 - October 6: James Dean is killed after crashing his Porsche 550 Spyder and a curse is born from the wreckage - Cruiser HMS Curacoa is cut in half by RMS Queen Mary - Joseph Charles begins a morning ritual, one that would last 30 years and bring joy to thousands.
Glamis Castle, a picturesque, medievil building, full to the brim of mystery and tragedy.
One tale it tells is of Lady Janet Douglas, an innocent accused of witchcraft and burned at the stake by King James V, purely because of his deep hatred for her brother and desire for revenge.
For years, workers at the Lincoln County Courthouse, in North Carolina, had experienced strange goings on, leading them to believe the building was haunted. Security cameras filming in the locked courthouse caught this image on tape one night, many believing it to be the image of a woman writing in a notepad.
Fact or Fiction? You Decide!
In the early 1800's, strange events took place within a family vault in Barbados.
As the vault was opened for the internment of a new family member, it was found that the previous coffins had been moved, tossed about - not in the same state they had been left in previously.
Built in the early 1830's, Penitentiary Chapel served as a chapel for the growing convict population in Hobart Town.
Below the chapels floors were 36 solitary confinement cells - the cries of the detained convicts within could be heard coming up from below, disrupting services.
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