While exhuming bodies from a Kentucky graveyard, a mysterious knocking from inside a coffin spooks the diggers. What lay inside was the key to the mystery. Or was it?
The horror of the First World War, reduced to stamps and statistics.
Dreams revealing the location of dead bodies–was that the only way the dead could communicate and make sure their corpses were found?
A ghastly custom in Annecy, France: Cutting off the heads of the dead and displaying them in cases.
A story of a curiously fortean fashion accessory to make your skin crawl: alligator purses and handbags that move by themselves. A “peculiarity of the skin” is claimed.
A game of snakes & adders. She was billed as the Strangest Woman in the World for her immunity to snake venom and other poisons and her inability to feel pain.
The Utopian author Louis-Sebatien Mercier claimed that he saw and spoke with the ghost of Louis XVI.
A Spiritualist “infidel” tells of a photograph taken of his long-dead dog.
Does color influence morality? Can certain colors drive men mad? Some rainbow-tinted experiments.
Bam! on the Fourth of July! Holiday horrors.