The rusting roller coasters, the lifeless Ferris wheel and the absence of children’s laughter. What was once filled with pleasure and fun, now slowly being reclaimed by nature.
There are legends across the globe; they span years, they go back centuries, they could involve animals, monsters, killers, death, and even magic. Some of these legends are documented, and none are more well-documented than La Bête du Gévaudan
In 2011, Rebecca Coriam disappeared from a Disney cruise ship. Did she fall overboard or did something much more sinister happen?
The “Lobster Boy” was a sadistic man that tormented and abused his family for a prolonged period. Eventually, his wife snapped.
Jonathan Luna’s body was discovered dotted with numerous stab wounds. His throat had been slit. He had defensive wounds. Nevertheless, the FBI concluded he committed suicide.
This Texas mother was prepared to go to extreme lengths to see her daughter become a cheerleader.
In a rural farming town of Watseka, approximately 85 miles south of Chicago, Illinois, something otherworldly was going down between 1877 and 1878.
On the evening of 19 February, 1994, Gloria Ramirez was rushed to the emergency room of Riverside Hospital, California; here was the beginning of one of the world’s most baffling medical mysteries.
The battlefields of World War I were the scene of much heroism. These heroes came from all walks of life. One unique hero, however, walked on all fours!
Vitiligo is a skin condition in which pale white patches develop on the skin. It’s caused by a lack of melanin, a pigment in the skin. It’s most commonly observed in humans.