Nothing is more intriguing than a good mystery story. Ever since the earliest apes crawled out of the primordial soup and grew legs, mankind has been witness to incredible and frightening phenomena which defy explanation. Imagine how the earliest Human or Neanderthals felt when the Sun suddenly “went out” during the day? They must have been terrified, thinking the gods were angry and that the world was ending. We now understand Solar Eclipse’s but there are still hundreds, no thousands, of phenomena that still defy explanation despite rigorous scientific examination.
How did the Egyptians build the pyramids? Is the Loch Ness Monster real? Do aliens and UFO’s exist? These are some of the questions posed on this website. Some questions pose more questions, some have multiple answers and others have none at all. We only ask you to keep an open mind and form your own conclusions.
Japan's chief government spokesman has announced that Unidentified Flying Objects (UFOs) exist.
A group of former pilots and government officials has called on the US government to reopen Project Blue Book, an investigation into claims of UFO sightings, an investigation that was closed in the late 1960's.
Has the mythical Chupacabra, or goat sucker, finally been captured? Phylis Canion from Texas, USA, discovered the body of a large creature which had been killed on the road.
It's been 60 years since the term "Flying Saucer" was first used to describe a UFO. In 1947, Kenneth Arnold saw something whilst flying his plane over Mount Rainier in Washington. He reported this sighting to the press but passed almost unnoticed. Two weeks later the world famous UFO story unfolded in Roswell, New Mexico.
Legend has it that an ancient sabre tooth tiger is running free up the downs near Hackney Marsh. People say they have seen the Hackney Marsh Beast and that their dogs have been taken by it. It is said to be 4 foot tall with really long teeth.
The story of Elizabeth Somerset, Duchess of Beaufort, who died in a riding accident and is said to haunt the grounds of Dower House.
The story of the Fire Station Visitor dates back to 1975 when the newly-built headquarters for the Avon Fire Brigade was visited by a ghost on at least nine separate occasions.
The problem with most ghost stories is that the spirits usually appear to just one person at a time. So it is always refreshing to hear about something that was seen by many people at once.
The St George ghost haunting as reported to a local newspaper, where old coins appeared out of nowhere and footsteps heard in the night.