Robert Benge, also called “Chief Benge,” was a notorious enemy of the settlers in Southwestern Virginia and surrounding areas. He remains an enigmatic figure today and conflicting accounts of his life continue to raise more questions than provide any answers. While know for brutality and even cannibalism, in one instance, this strange figure was also recorded as having a sense of honor.
I watched, “I Saw the Devil,” and it was intense, to say the least. This film hails from Korea and is an edge-of-your-seat thriller. Strange, I know, as it isn’t paranormal, but it’s graphic, brutal and is one of the rare films with black-and-white heroes and villains, without becoming one-dimensional.
I had to comment on a movie I watched yesterday. “The Skeptic,” stars Tim Daly and Tom Arnold. In a nutshell (and without giving anything away) a cold attorney inherits his aunt’s mansion and starts a downward spiral.
Hi, all! Just a note to say I’m still here. I haven’t been able to update, but will do so asap.
When evaluating the scariest places on Earth, I have discovered that the most haunted prisons seem to be most appealing to the individual who is a ghost hunter at heart. True ghost stories, detailed ghost pictures, frightening ghost videos, and unexplained phenomenon are just a few traces of evidence that surround these haunted structures known for misery and confinement. Here, you will learn about some of the most haunted prisons that I have stumbled upon in much personal research.
If your courier jobs take you on late night drives down the highway in certain states (like the Four Corners) you’re lucky if you’ve never had any creepy incidents occur. There are stories of people on courier jobs from way back in the days of the Pony express and horse-drawn carriages, encountering ghostly apparitions and evil manifestations to hamper those trying to make an honest living doing deliveries. Highway 666 This highway, said to be the most haunted area in the region known as the Four Corners, covering Arizona, New Mexico, California and Utah, has an unusual record of strange accidents.
I thought this would be an interesting addition to the blog: The Trans-Allegheny Lunatic Asylum has been deemed as the most haunted hospital in America. This particular hospital has also been referred to as “Weston State Hospital” in the past.
Now that Halloween is almost here, I’d like to add some bizarre content, proven to be true, that are known as “urban legends.” Have you ever felt the urge to look under your hotel bed? You might want to take a moment to prepare, as one couple did this on vacation and found a corpse under there.
This is the an excerpt from my last novel The Moon Sees Me. She barely opened her eyes before she had to shut them again. She had no recent memory.
In August of 1945, great physicist Albert Einstein assured the public that atomic energy was in no way supernatural. In World War Two, rumors began circulating after the bombing of Hiroshima and Nagasaki that the atomic energy was of a diabolical origin. Einstein assured the public that atomic energy was indeed a natural phenomena and simply mimicked the sun’s energy.