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Category: stranger than Fiction

BEYOND REALITY: MEXICO’S ZONE OF SILENCE

There exist a number of “accursed sites” on the surface of our planet. Some of these locations are the sites of gravitational or atmospheric disturbances that still remain unexplained by twentieth century science. Such anomalous areas possess properties which interfere sporadically with humans and their equipment. One area worthy of mention surrounds the Mediterranean island of Elba (famous for being… Read more →

13 OF THE MOST HAUNTED PLACES IN CHINA-From Haunted Houses to Ghost-Filled Hotels

Are you a Skeptic or do you believe that ghosts really exist? As a country with a rich past,5000 years of tumultuous history, China has thousands of haunted places that are thought to be haunted by the disembodied spectres who met their ends in some of the most horrifying, violent & terrible ways any human being can inflict on another… Read more →

The Ghosts of Montrose Air Station Museum

The Ghosts of Montrose (I am eternally grateful to the Montrose Review Press for permission to publish this article). Lieutenant Desmond L. Arthur Desmond Lucius Arthur was born on 31st March 1884 at O’Briens Bridge, County Clare, Ireland, and was educated at Portora Royal School, Inniskillin. He joined the 5th Battalion Royal Munster Fusiliers (Special Reserve), being gazetted on 27th… Read more →

Tampa to study creating “Quiet Zone” regarding CSX trains

Tampa officials said today that they intend to contract with an engineering firm to develop a study about how to create a Train “quiet zone”  along CSX tracks that run through Ybor City, downtown Tampa and the area around Port Tampa. “As our urban area continues to densify, the train horns bounce off surrounding developments. They are becoming more of… Read more →

America’s Quiet Zone

A telephone booth sits by a road leading to the National Radio Astronomy Observatory in Green Bank, W.Va. Cell service around the telescope is nonexistent. John W. Poole/NPR There are no physical signs you’ve entered the National Radio Quiet Zone, a 13,000-square-mile area that covers the eastern half of West Virginia. But the silence gives you a signal. Somewhere around… Read more →

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