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Elijah Bond’s Memorial Ouija Board Gravestone in Baltimore | Cult of Weird

The memorial gravestone of Ouija Board inventor Elijah Bond was erected in 2008 by the Talking Board Historical Society in Baltimore, Maryland’s Green Mount Cemetery. Read the Entire Article Here: Elijah Bond's Memorial Ouija Board Gravestone in Baltimore | Cult of Weird Image is Ouija board gravestone of Elijah Bond in Baltimore, Maryland

Top 10 Unexplained Paranormal Phenomena | Alltime 10s

Possessed teenagers, doppelgänger schoolteachers, and demonic dolls all feature on our list of the paranormal. Watch the clip to discover the most terrifying phenomena in the world. Read the Entire Article Here: Top 10 Unexplained Paranormal Phenomena | Alltime 10s Where else to find All Time 10s... Facebook: Twitter: Minds:

Occult Collection of Doreen Valiente, Mother of Modern Witchcraft, to go on Public Display | Culture24

A house known for hauntings is about to host the first major exhibition of the collection of Doreen Valiente, one of the most important figures in modern witchcraft  Last month John Belham-Payne, the final High Priest to Doreen Valiente, the wiccan roundly credited as the mother of modern witchcraft, died. Read the

100 Spooky Articles From | Ghosts And Ghouls

Enjoy reading about ghosts, ghouls, and other spooky phenomenon? Here are 100 creepy Wikipedia articles that will scare you silly. Topics Covered: Strange Phenomena and Events Min Min Light Deathbed Phenomena Bilocation Spontaneous Human Combustion Moberly-Jourdain Incident Electronic Voice Phenomena Spooklight Hairy Hands The Devil's Footprints Maco Light Curses and Omens Death Coach Chair of Death The Gray Man Devil Bird Robert the Doll Doppelganger The Curse of Little Bastard The

​The True Story Behind Those “Antique” Vampire Hunting Kits | io9 gizmodo

You've seen them turn up on auction sites from time to time: "authentic vampire-killing kits," attributed to a master craftsman, Professor Ernst Blomberg of Germany. (One sold for $12,000 at Sotheby's.) A British museum curator explains how he proved them to be fakes — and why they're nonetheless still very