Nature often provides some kind of indication when disaster is about to strike. Tornadoes have signature cloud formations. Hurricanes often have a build up of winds and precipitation that continually worsen.
Pandemics are popular. Most films and television programs that center on the nouveau “zombie” popularity involve some form of pandemic. Perhaps the most noted pandemic to ever strike the globe was that of the Black Death.
Charles J. Reid was a bright young man with a promising future in 1872. He was unmarried and still resided at home with his family in Xenia, Ohio.
There was once an unassuming house in Salt Lake City, Utah. The sweet cottage was surrounded by lush vines and flowers. At first glance, no one believed it was a cursed location, or that it had any propensity to kill.
This odd triangle is off the coast of Japan. It has seen hundreds of disappearances through the years and reports are still coming in of fishing ships and boats that disappear inside it. Records for this triangle are more difficult to find due to the lateness of discovery.
The Brown Mountain Lights in North Carolina have fascinated visitors for decades. The history of the lights can be traced, through the Cherokee, as far back as 1200 A.D.
The Bermuda Triangle is near the Caribbean, off the coast of Florida. Records of strange events there are supposed to go back to the time of Christopher Columbus. More formal documentation begins in 1800 when the USS Pickering disappeared.
In 1790, a beast was spotted in Wales that defied explanation. It was described as being a large wolf that had no tail. They believed it to be around seven feet in length.