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Monthly Archives: November 2015
The Amityville Horror haunting is still a very popular subject both inside and outside the circle of paranormal researchers and enthusiasts.
It is the story of the Lutz family, who went through a nightmarish twenty-eight days inside the house at 108 Ocean Ave in 1975 has become … Read More
We talk a lot about ghost photos and other amazing pictures on the Oz Effect Podcast so we’re now set up on Instagram to post these for ease of viewing for you all!
So look for ‘The Oz Effect’ on Instagram, or else our Username: Ozeffect
According to one legend, the sea bishop, also called bishop-fish, was a sea monster that was caught off the coast of Poland in 1531. The creature died few days later after refusing to eat. In another legend, a similar creature was captured alive in fishing net in the 13th century. … Read More
This week on the Oz Effect Podcast we have megaships over Melbourne, ghost videos in Perth, UFO’s near the sun and an underground city under an underground city!
And our main topic takes us out on the high seas and we look at some of the legendary and also REAL … Read More
In the Charama region archaeologists are investigating 10,000 year old cave paintings – that seem to show aliens!
According to archaeologist JR Bhagat, these paintings have depicted aliens like those shown in Hollywood and Bollywood flicks. Located about 130km from Raipur, the caves come under village Chandeli and Gotitola.
“The … Read More
A pregnant maid pushed from the balcony, a stable boy burned to death as he slept and a baby girl thrown down the stairs.
These are the sinister tales that the Ryan Family believe still haunt the hallways of Monte Cristo – a Victorian manor in Junee that is arguably … Read More
Since Dutch colonists discovered it in 1914, Gunung Padang has been known (though not widely) as the largest of a number of ancient megalithic sites in Indonesia.
And while the pyramids in Egypt are still generally regarded as being 5,000 years old, some of the structures in place at Gunung … Read More
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Rudolph Valentino (1895-1926) was considered one of Hollywood’s greatest silent movie stars. Valentino died of a perforated ulcer at the age of only thirty-one. Some blame his early demise on a ring he purchased from a jeweler in 1920. The ring had a gem called the tiger’s eye embedded in … Read More
The tradition of screaming skulls seems to be almost entirely isolated to England, where stories of these mischievous bone locked spirits abound. A screaming skull is basically a skull of dubious origin, said to cause great havoc – storms, poltergeist activity, and (given its namesake) unearthly screams – when it … Read More