There’s a poltergeist in the milking shed

Something strange was going on in the milking shed on Laurie Wilkinson’s dairy farm in the summer of 1949. Metal plates from Laurie’s milking machine began to inexplicably fly off and out of the shed. When tied down, the milking machine would twist and contort. An iron bar was left embedded in concrete. Tin cans…

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Bigfoot hunting’s not so new … Meet Australia’s 19th century Yowie Hunters

Reputable witnesses swearing by their sightings, tantalising but ultimately inconclusive evidence, enthusiastic search teams out scouring the wilderness, outlandish claims by dubious characters of creatures captured or killed, and a scientific community stubbornly unwilling to take seriously the possibility that some hairy hominid may just be living within our midst … sounds like the search…

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S.S. Waratah lost without trace: A cursed name, prophetic dream & ghostly omen

One evening in July 1909, passengers aboard the steamship S.S. Waratah waved goodbye from the decks to family and friends lining Durban’s pier amid shouts of “Bon Voyage!” “Take her to sea!” ordered Captain Joshua Ilbery, watching from the foredeck. A tug then steered the vessel safely out of the South African port into deep…

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