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Ghost Trains: Real or Legend? | The Ghost Diaries

Over 1.37 million kilometers of railroad criss­cross the globe. Of this seemingly endless web of track lay several stretches said to be haunted by ghost trains. Phantom locomotives have been spotted in multiple countries over the years. Though not a prerequisite, ghost trains tend to be associated with tragedy and

The Phantom Hound of Willoughby, Ohio | The Lineup

“Is there anyone here with us? Are you trying to get our attention?” I asked. At that moment, I felt the sensation of a large furry animal scurrying over my sandal-clad skin. “OH MY GOD! There’s something by my feet!” I screamed. I didn’t have a flashlight to see the 50 pound tarantula

The Vampire Dog of Ennerdale | Haunted Universe

From 1810-1874, England Ireland and Scotland reported about a vampiric incident that tormented their sheep, the incident briefly happened again on 1905-1906.  The creature is called the Vampire dog of Ennerdale. The first report about the alleged vampire dog happened in May of 1810, in the village of Ennerdale, a town

Vampires: The Real History | LiveScience

The most famous vampire is, of course, Bram Stoker's Dracula, though those looking for a historical "real" Dracula often cite Romanian prince Vlad Tepes (1431-1476), after whom Stoker is said to have modeled some aspects of his Dracula character. The characterization of Tepes as a vampire, however, is a distinctly Western one;