The Werewolf: Fact or Fiction?

The werewolf is one of the most famous creatures of folklore still to this day, though media depictions of the werewolf in modern times greatly differs from the half man-half beast in early European folklore (along with other cultures). What is a werewolf? Incase you didn't already know, a werewolf is a mythological human who... Continue Reading →

The Black-Eyed Children Legend

For decades, tales of black-eyed children have been told all around. Most of these stories are similar in nature—a set of children, typically between the ages of 6 and 16, who approach your doorstep, are hitchhiking, or come up to you in some way and urge for assistance. And you almost feel compelled to abide... Continue Reading →

The Mothman

On a November night in 1966, five men were digging a grave when overhead, a man-like figure flew lowly from the trees. This sighting, reportedly the first, sparked an interest in what is known as The Mothman. History Three days following the first sighting, two young couples told police that they spotted a large, gray... Continue Reading →

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