The Bloody Bed. Two examples of ghostly soldiers alerting their families to their deaths–one from World War I; the other from the Civil War.
The Countess Elga: A Vampire Tale
Beelzebub in New York Devil panics in New York’s East End.
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A Light of Peculiar Color A Civil War soldier tells how he was lost in a cave and saved by some luminous being.
A Weeping Virgin Ends in Tears. A sensational case of a weeping Virgin Mary statue in Bordeaux and its several dire sequels.
Thirsty Ghosts Ghosts who died suffering from thirst haunt until they are given the water they crave.
Dr. Armstrong and the Assassin The strange link between Lincoln assassin John Wilkes Booth and an Episcopalian priest
Mummy and Child In 1885, G.F. Martindale and his party made an amazing discovery in a cave in the Yosemite Valley: the mummified body of a giant woman, still holding an infant.