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My coffee has gone cold.

So many ghosts rattling on inside of my head. I’ve dreamt of your face. I feel pathetic as I try and fail to remember the details of you. 79 more words

Nightly Spirits: The Spookiest Pub Crawl of All

I’m down to do pretty much anything if you can also do it while drinking — especially if it mixes in Houston history, true crime and GHOSTS. 600 more words

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Sesshō-seki

Sesshō-seki

Region of origin: Nasu, Tochigi Prefecture, Japan

In classic Japanese mythology, when the evil nine-tailed-fox Tamamo-no-Mae was finally slain, her spirit bound itself to a massive rock, the sesshō-seki. 46 more words

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Ghost Deer

Ghost Deer

Region of origin: Northern California, United States

Over the years numerous hunters in northern California have sighted a massive 10×12 point elk, notably larger than the smaller indigenous deer but so far none have ever been able to shoot it or even track it successfully, many claiming their bullets pass right through. 26 more words

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M-ska-gwe-demoos

M-ska-gwe-demoos

Region of origin: Northeastern North America

To keep their children from wandering into the swamps, parents of the Wabanaki tribes would warn them of an old, moss-haired hag or ghost, using her mournful crying to lure people deeper and deeper into the marshes until they were lost. 6 more words

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Altar (2014)

Filmed in early 2014 as Altar with at least one eye on a proper theatrical release (a Kickstarter campaign to raise $40,000 for a US theatrical release was completed by 4 October 2014), Nick Willing’s tedious haunted house film debuted in its native UK under a new title ( 533 more words

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Glaistig

Glaistig

Region of origin: Scotland

The faun-like glaistig is said to be a protective spirit of shepherds and their livestock, but also been attributed with using their beauty and songs to lure travelers away from their paths and drink their blood. 6 more words

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