The San Francisco Police Department are informing residents about a scam involving the paranormal.
A group of Chinese Women have been scamming victims in the city’s Sunset District, and it seems their ‘activity’ is more criminal then paranormal.
Kells Irish pub was once the site of a mortuary in the early 1900’s and has become one of the most well known haunted locations in Seattle.
The ghosts here have caused mirrors and bar glasses to break, pulled plaster right down from the walls and ceiling and have even appeared at the bar for a drink to lift their spirits.
Here at News From the Spirit World we encourage people to seek out the truth about strange events and interesting places, but we also encourage you not to try to make any money from it.
At least not without a permit.
This helpful hint seemed to escape Matt Pruitt, who went with around thirty or so people in tow to the Buffalo National River in Arkansas to hunt for Bigfoot. Some of the people on this expedition say they paid payed between $300 to $500 dollars to be part of a three day hunt for the legendary Sasquatch.
However, since Pruitt did not have any legal permission to charge people for such tours, he was slapped with a violation from Forest Rangers Billy Bell and Ben Henthorne after a concessionaire in the Steel Creek Campground area had met a couple of park goers who told him about the Bigfoot expedition.
Pruitt is reported to have connections to The Bigfoot Field Researcher’s Organization.
(Via Crypto Mundo)
A fourteen year old boy from Weslaco Texas attempted to murder his fifteen year old friend in a wooded area behind their high school one afternoon.
The teen confessed to trying to murder the older boy, but told police that the “Ouija Board made me do it.”
A fragment of a dome like object was discovered in a forest near Siberia.
Residents from that area were told to move the 440 pound object to the village to wait for it to be collected by the government.
The object, which has been deemed NOT to be radioactive and made at least partially of Titanium, is now under armed police guard.
Roscosmos, the Russian Federal Space Agency, stated that:
“The object found is not related to space technology. A final conclusion can be made after a detailed study of the object by experts,”
“You can see inside it, all is open, it’s empty, no danger here. We were asked to take and store it. We brought it here. And now we are going to wait until they come to take it if they need it,”
The Nain Rouge, or the Red Dwarf, is a urban legend that began way back in 1701.
It involves the city of Detroit and the city’s founder, Antoine Laumet de La Mothe, sieur de Cadillac. According to legend, Cadillac had a run in with the red colored creature while settling in the Motor City way before it was the…uh Motor City.
The legend of Amelia Earhart and her disappearance in her Lockheed Electra while trying to fly around the world in 1937 has become infamous to generations of people. Every theory from mechanical failure to UFO’s has been thrown out there and yet no one has conclusively closed the case.
But US Secretary of State Hilary Clinton knows which theory she is backing.