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Monthly Archives: November 2015
This week on The Oz Effect Podcast we bring you tales of the original fey folk. The faeries of old that give Tinkerbell a VERY bad name…
A shorter episode this week, as I’m off having a birthday! Have a great week!
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Nicknamed “The Goddess of Death,” The Women from Lemb is a statue carved from pure limestone that was discovered in 1878 in Lemb, Cypruss. The item dates back to 3500 B.C., and is believed to represent a goddess, similar to a fertility idol. The statue was first owned by Lord … Read More
In 2000, an anonymous eBay seller listed a painting created by artist Bill Stoneham called “The Hands Resist Him.” This painting is now largely considered to be one of the world’s most haunted works of art.
The painting features a boy … Read More
On the night of Sunday, August 21, 1955, at a small farmhouse in Christian county, near the towns of Hopkinsville and Kelly, one of the most unusual incidents ever recorded in Kentucky took place. The Kelly UFO Incident, The Hopkinsville Invasion, The Hopkinsville Goblins, The Kelly Green Men, whatever name … Read More
The Uffington White Horse is a prehistoric hill figure, 110 m long (374 feet), formed from deep trenches filled with crushed white chalk. The figure is situated on the upper slopes of White Horse Hill in the English civil parish of Uffington (in the county of Oxfordshire).
Best views of … Read More
A Google Earth image of what appears to be a UFO that crashed into the show in Antarctica just got a little more mysterious with the discovery of prior satellite images showing what looks like four strange vehicles lined up at the site. Who could they belong to? Why are … Read More
This week on the Oz Effect Podcast we look at a poltergeist going amok in an antique shop, strage sights over Los Angeles and the mysterious Grey Lady of Hampton Court.
And our main topic is USO’s – Unidentified Submerged Objects. Do we need to look at only the skies … Read More
The Bladen Journal reports that a mummified hand found in Castleton, North Yorkshire, England is the only known ‘Hand of Glory’, a grotesque artifact meant to aid thieves in their work during the night, still in existence.
This mummified hand supposedly has the power to “entrance humans”. Hands of Glory … Read More
On December 4th 1872, the merchant ship Mary Celeste was found off the coat of the Azores Islands. While in some disrepair, the ship was still seaworthy. However her lifeboat was gone, as were all the crew.
They were never seen or heard from again.