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Monthly Archives: December 2015
Here it’s New Years Eve, so taking the time to wish you all the best for 2016.
Thanks for your support of The Oz Effect and we’re going to be back podcasting on Thursday 7th bigger and better than ever!
In 1950, a man with mutton chop sideburns and Victorian-era duds popped up in Times Square. Witnesses said he looked startled, and then a minute later, he was hit by a car and killed.
The officials at the morgue searched his body … Read More
Researchers at a museum in the Netherlands were shocked to learn a certain Buddha statue’s secret: the 1,000-year-old mummified remains of a monk sitting inside it.
“On the outside, it looks like a large statue of Buddha,” the Drents Museum stated in a release. “Scan research has shown that on … Read More
A Russian businesswoman has discovered a mysterious ‘ghost alien’ in a selfie she took on board a passenger jet.
Olesya Podkorytov from Kurgan in south-central Russia said at first she had not noticed the mysterious figure in her picture.
It was only when she shared the image online that she … Read More
IT was meant to be a sweet snapshot of Amanda Twiggs’ two-year-old chatting to her imaginary friend – but the result was far more sinister.
In the empty space the little girl had been talking to, the picture showed an ominous black blur, the ghost of an evil child.
From the Oz Effect to you all and your families may you have a very Merry Christmas and a Happy New Years Eve. Here’s hoping your 2016 brings you what you wish!
I’d like to thank all those that have enjoyed the articles on here, and also those that have … Read More
A pair of terrified teens spotted the demon after taking the snap at a pub.
Spooked pals Sophie Killip and Kayleigh Lomas, both 19, had met up for a festive get-together at the boozer.
But they were left horrified when the spectre appeared at one of the party tables in … Read More
All the Yule Lads answer to Grýla, their mother. She predates the Yule Lads in Icelandic legend as the ogress who kidnaps, cooks, and eats children who don’t obey their parents.
She only became associated with Christmas in the 17th century, when she was assigned to be the mother of … Read More
The Yule Lads, or Yulemen, are figures from Icelandic folklore who in modern times have become the Icelandic version of Santa Claus. Their number has varied throughout the ages, but currently they are considered to be thirteen. They put rewards or punishments into shoes placed by children in window sills … Read More