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Posted:3/5/2005 12:00:00 AM
For those who love scary tales, Seattle is a great place to be. There are numerous tales that send chills down the spine. Many have heard of the ghosts that haunt Pike Place Market including a Native American woman who walks around the shops after closing hours. There is also the tale of a young boy who bounces a ball and plays with the toys in various shops.

3/5/2005   Reads: 231   Submitted By: unclegum   Source: www.spectator-online.com


Posted:2/26/2005 12:00:00 AM
A CLAIRVOYANT who claims to have psychic powers has offered to exorcise the ghost of a monk said to be haunting the notorious Stocksbridge bypass.

2/26/2005   Reads: 246   Submitted By: unclegum   Source: www.sheffieldtoday.net


Posted:8/11/2004 12:00:00 AM
When she was a little girl growing up in Florida, Pool learned how to talk to vaporous apparitions. Now she’s in the business of helping people of the flesh get in touch with their ephemeral neighbors. For a price, she visits homes and uses her psychic abilities to chat with the spirits who live there. She even takes pictures of them with her digital cameras.

8/11/2004   Reads: 237   Submitted By: unclegum   Source: www.pitch.com


Posted:8/8/2004 12:00:00 AM
winged cat has been killed by villagers near the Central Russian city of Kursk. The locals drowned the deformed puss after believing it was a messenger of Satan, the Komsomolskaya Pravda newspaper reports.

8/8/2004   Reads: 272   Submitted By: unclegum   Source: www.mosnews.com


Posted:8/8/2004 12:00:00 AM
A mob armed with machetes, stones and knives killed seven people accused of practicing witchcraft in southern Tanzania, a regional police chief said Thursday. Villagers said the alleged witches cut off the sexual organs of dead villagers and used them to concoct charms intended to bring good harvests and fortune.

8/8/2004   Reads: 359   Submitted By: unclegum   Source: www.newsday.com


Posted:4/3/2004 12:00:00 AM
It’s been said the devil is in the details, but residents in the Sicilian village of Canneto di Caronia are leaving town, thinking the devil is in their appliances. This has been going on for three weeks now and there is no explanation for it," mayor Pedro Spinnato told the Scotsman.

4/3/2004   Reads: 269   Submitted By: unclegum   Source: worldnetdaily.com