“Maisons de la foudre:” Lightning-induced Spontaneous Combustion Can a lightning strike trigger recurring, mysterious fires, as happened in 1906 France?
A young Canadian girl is followed by mysterious rappings and fires. No, it’s not Mary Ellen of Antigonish–the case occurs a decade earlier and her family swore they saw her levitate.
A case of spontaneous human combustion hushed up in Brooklyn, plus two other historic cases, including one where the victim survived a few days to tell his story.
The Phantom Light of Deakin’s Woods: Part 1 A mysterious red phantom light haunts a woods on the outskirts of Columbus Grove, Ohio.
An author visiting the Parthenon is shown curious mystery lights by the Acropolis guards.
The mysterious fires said to predict the death of the Malgasy Queen Ranavalona I.
A small collection of possible cases of Spontaneous Human Combustion (SHC) from 1829-1884.
Hellish blue flames and mysterious outbreaks of fire: the fire-spook has struck again. Is it a concoction of combustible chemicals? a poltergeist girl? Or a ghost playing with matches?