Sunday

MP's blood-curdling encounter in spooky General's House

The General's House, a bungalow built in close proximity to the Nuwara Eliya city during the British rule and assigned for the chiefs of the forces, is today used by the parliamentarians as a holiday resort. Thus, MPs have the privilege of reserving rooms in this bungalow at a mere Rs. 350 per day. This building…

Saturday

Nazis Never Die: The Top 5 Urban Legends About Hitler and the Occult

The following piece contains information about Urban Legends that have mostly been debunked by fact checkers And yet they continue to spread on the internet. By David Castello If there is one name that will forever be synonymous with evil it is Adolph Hitler. When he came to power in 1933, it was not over some…

Thursday

History Of The Ouija Board's Sinister Reputation

Joseph P. Laycock, Assistant Professor of Religious Studies, Texas State University By now, most have vague notions of the Ouija board horror narrative, in which demonic spirits communicate with – even possess – kids. Director Mike Flanagan furthers this trope in his new film "Ouija: Origin of Evil." Set in 1967, a widow and her daughters…

You’d Be Accused Of Witchcraft If You Had One Of These Medical Conditions

When authorities burned accused witches at the stake throughout history, they often thought they were performing their own version of defense against the dark arts. Without the kind of advanced medical knowledge we have today, people sometimes attributed unexplained or strange medical phenomena by saying it was the work of witchcraft or demons. It’s an idea…

Wednesday

The Ghost Girl of Romania: Stigmata and Possession

In 1926, Europe was captivated by the story of Eleonore Zugun, a 13-year-old illiterate peasant from Romania, afflicted with stigmata and possibly possessed by the Devil. Eleonore began showing signs of demonic possession in her pubescent years. She would hurtle herself across the room, and send objects flying into the air, through what her family believed…

Tuesday

Wikileaks: Apollo Astronaut Contacted Podesta About UFOs And Aliens

An Apollo 14 astronaut asked Democratic presidential nominee Hillary Clinton's campaign manager John Podesta to meet with him to discuss UFOs, aliens and other conspiracy theories, according to hacked emails released by WikiLeaks. The email was sent by Apollo 14 astronaut Dr. Edgar Mitchell's representative Terri Mansfield, in an attempt to arrange a meeting to start…

Thursday

What Hillary Clinton's WikiLeaks Emails Reveal About Aliens And UFOs

When WikiLeaks released more leaked emails from Hillary Clinton's campaign this month, journalists and news hounds poured over the documents to see if they confirmed any of the criticisms and suspicions levied against the Democratic nominee. But no one expected to find this. WikiLeaks' emails revealed that Tom DeLonge, the former guitarist of the popular alt-rock…

Wednesday

Stephen King steps in to calm the creepy clown craze

Sightings in US and across the UK Warnings from police Horror writer Stephen King steps in Keep reading to see a cute clown pic The best-selling horror writer Stephen King has stepped in to calm concerns about the current craze for clown sightings King wrote the 1986 bestseller “It”, which tells the story of a supernatural…

Tuesday

A tourist guide to an island of demons

October, the month of Halloween, has come around again and it's time to talk about all the things that make Sri Lanka the most perfect destination for any tourist who also happens to be a fan of horror and the occult. You may have heard only of terrorists, disappearances and civil war (which are morbid enough…

Sunday

The Day of Felicitas

“Blind Fortuna” by Kuntz Konicz
October 9th is the Day of Felicitas.  A festival celebrating the ancient Roman goddess of luck and good fortune.  For many Wiccans and modern Witches, it is a day for casting spells and making amulets to attract good luck or to end a streak of bad luck.

The 109 asteroid discovered was named after the goddess of Felicitas and was discovered on this day in 1869.   It is approximately 76 kilometers in diameter and has an orbital period of 4.4 years.  When prominent in the natal chart, Felicitas indicates a person with a generally positive attitude.  Its location by sign and house position indicates potential sources of happiness.  When involved in many inharmonious aspects, Felicitas may show a person who is glad about the wrong things, or an unwisely optimistic person.








Friday

Behold the most bewitching chicken on Earth

Poultry is seldom seen as precious. After all, the planet is teeming with 20 billion chickens. But none are as bewitching as the “ayam cemani.” This rare creature, native to Indonesia’s island of Java, is the most magnificent breed of chicken in the world. Its feathers are as dark as the cosmos. So is its flesh.…

Thursday

For sale: Canada's Mecca of 'downright evil,' the abandoned home of an apocalyptic 1920s cult

The real estate ad cheerfully describes the De Courcy Island Farm as a virtual paradise of forest, beach, fertile soil and a "historic workshop and barn." "This is an exceedingly rare opportunity to acquire a property of this size and nature within the Gulf Islands," reads a description for the $2.2 million parcel, which occupies a…

Saturday

Get ready for the Black Moon: Spooky-sounding sky event that only comes once every few years

The National Post guide to moons Black moon A second new moon in a calendar month. Blue moon A second full moon in a calendar month. Super moon When a full moon coincides with its closest approach to earth, resulting in the moon taking up the largest possible share of the night sky. Red moon An…