Posts Tagged ‘Germany’

A Spanish Picture-Gallery

September 19th, 2013 § in History

Portraits appeared in a mysterious way on a kitchen floor in Spain. They changed or faded by the time, attracted thousands of visitors and fooled psychologists and scientists. In the morning of 23rd August 1971, a housewife in the southern Spanish village Belmez de la Moraleda en[...]

Poltergeists and pk energy

August 5th, 2013 § in Ghosts

Written reports of poltergeist activity go as far back as ancient Rome, medieval China and Germany, but one can well imagine that such things have probably been going on since humans arrived on the planet. A Poltergeist, from the Germany words Polter, meaning noisy, and Geist, wh[...]

Haunted Locations in Germany

August 1st, 2013 § in Ghosts

Ghosts and spirits might be active on this ground considering the mischief and bad luck that ails/ailed the owners/occupants. In fact, there is something wrong about it. The ground is very historic. The entire territory is called – as already mentioned above – “Fühlinger M[...]

Devil in the detail

July 3rd, 2012 § in Mystery

Some say the De’ils deid and living in Kirkcaldy, as the old ditty goes, though, as we now know, he is in fact alive and well and serving on Her Majesty’s frigate Cumberland. Or at least one of his minions appears to be. The nation spluttered over its cornflakes earlier this [...]

The death of a young man found in a Tennessee parking lot remains a mystery

August 15th, 2011 § in Unexplained

On a gray July morning in 1996, strangers found a dead man beaten and half-naked in a parking lot in Knoxville, Tennessee.  Scattered around his body was German, Canadian, and U.S. currency totaling nearly $4,000.  The contents of the man’s wallet identified him as 31-year-ol[...]

The Illuminati or the Invisible Evil

August 2nd, 2011 § in History

The history of the Illuminati begins in 1776 with the foundation of the so-called “Order of the Illuminati” in Ingolstadt, Germany. It was designed as secret society, was at the beginning considerably successful but began to fall apart gradually in inner quarrels even before [...]

A Soldier Named Alexander

August 1st, 2011 § in Bizarre

A German man searches for the soldier who took care of him during WWII. For decades, Siegfried Laier of Moerlenbach, Germany, has been searching for an American soldier.  More than half a century ago—when Siegfried was just a boy—he formed a friendship with the young GI.  [...]

Did Elvis Presley commit suicide?

July 28th, 2011 § in Legends

Elvis Presley has been called the World’s Greatest Entertainer. But on August 16, 1977, his life came to a shocking end.  At first, it was said he died of a heart attack.  Later reports blamed a massive drug overdose.  But Presley’s own stepbrother, David Stanley,  is[...]

Was Albert DeSalvo really the Boston Strangler

July 28th, 2011 § in History

New DNA evidence casts doubt on whether Albert DeSalvo was really the Boston Strangler. In the early 1960s, Boston was in the grip of fear. A killer was on the loose. Ten women were found murdered. They ranged in age from 19 to 75; they had different ethnic backgrounds; they live[...]

Who was the Count of Saint Germain?

July 27th, 2011 § in History

Who was the Count of Saint Germain? Is he immortal or even a time traveler? Apart from him, probably nobody even knows it. The fact is, however, that he often astonished his listeners when he described inventions, which were still unkown in the 18th Century – the railroad a[...]