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CIA Russian documents released of SU use of Black Magic, Psychics, and Mind Control. (VIA: Twitter)
“A Murky Path Down Archer Avenue” short documentary
The Scariest Urban Legends in each state. Terrifying Creatures and Ghost Stories (Via: TitleMax)
In 1934, sixteen-year-old Mary was a regular at the O’Henry Ballroom, which still stands today (although it is now the Willow-brook). She got into an argument with her boyfriend on the dance floor, and left the ballroom. She was walking home along Archer Avenue, and right about the time she was passing Resurrection Cemetery, a car swerved out of control, and struck and killed her. Her family was heartbroken and had her buried in the cemetery she lost her life in front of, still in her dancing gown and shoes. And that is how this story ends. Until five years later, at least….
It was now 1939, and Jerry Palus was yet another regular at the O’Henry. He spotted a beautiful blonde girl across the room, and asked her to dance. They danced the entire night, with the young lady barely uttering a word. He offered her a ride home when the night was through, and she accepted. When they were passing Resurrection Cemetery, she quickly told him to stop and let her out there, instead of taking her to the address she had given him. She disappeared at the gates.
The next night, Jerry went to the address that was supposed to be her final destination. The woman said there was no girl that lived there, and he was mistaken. He spotted a picture on the mantlepiece of the young lady he had danced with the entire night. The woman explained that she was her daughter, and that she had been dead for five years.
To this day, people see the girl walking along the road. They give her rides, only for her to disappear from the vehicle. Some say they have danced with her, others claim to have even kissed her. On one memorable event, in 1977, somebody even claims to have seen a girl behind the cemetery gate, grasping the bars in what can only be described as a death grip, and screaming in pure terror. The man who witnessed this traveled to a police station. When the authorities arrived, there was no sign of anybody. But the two metal bars she had appeared to be gripping were bent and twisted, with what seemed to be finger marks embedded in them. The bars were removed, and it was determined that such distortion could only be achieved through extreme heat and pressure. They eventually reformed and replaced the bars, but they consistently revert back to the charred and mangled state.
The Phoenix Lights were a mass UFO sighting which occurred in Phoenix, Arizona, USA and Sonora, Mexico on Thursday, March 13, 1997. Lights of varying descriptions were reported by thousands of people between 19:30 and 22:30 MST, in a space of about 300 miles (480 km) from the Nevada state line, through Phoenix, to the edge of Tucson. There were allegedly two distinct events involved in the incident: a triangular formation of lights seen to pass over the state, and a series of stationary lights seen in the Phoenix area. The U.S. Air Force later identified the second group of lights as flares dropped by A-10 Warthog-aircraft that were on training exercises at the Barry Goldwater Range in southwest Arizona.
Although, many people think that was a cover up. The Governor of Arizona at the time, was one witness to this incident. As governor, he ridiculed the idea of alien origin,
but later he told people that the lights seems “otherworldly”. He admitted he saw
This video – a declassified clip that comes to us from Soviet Russia – shows a commonly seen type of UFO, the cylinder or cigar-shape. Starting at 0:17 in the video, you can see the silhouette of the UFO begin by matching speed with the Soviet fighters before accelerating at a rate called “impossible” by both American and Soviet standards for the time. The clips uses anonymous interviews, animations, and raw footage to demonstrate how even the most powerful of nations can be baffled by the unknown.
The Dyatlov Pass incident is the most unsolved Russian crime of 1959 that was left unsolved, when nine hikers went hiking and were found dead atop the mountain Kholat Syakh meaning Mountain of the Dead. They were found with crushed skulls, missing tongues, missing clothes, and their tents ripped apart. Many conspiracies have been led to believe that the incident was Alien related since radioactivity was found then, but that’s one persons theory. But most scientist think they died of hypothermia and no supernatural activity. Still is strange way to die…