Oddly beautiful and plain creepy images that I collect.
The Green Children of Banjos. In 1887, two small children were found near the town of Banjos, Spain. Their language was unknown, and it wasn't Spanish. Their skin had an odd green tint. The boy soon died, but he girl survived for about 5 years and explained that she came from a place of "perpetual twilight..." This seems to be a retelling of "The Green Children of Woolpit" from the 12th Century. Anyway, it's still a mystery!
Tynedale Farm, Pendle Hill, Lancashire - has been owned by the Nutter family since it was built around 1600. Alice Nutter was found guilty of murder along with 11 other women and was hung for her crimes. It's believed that she and another convicted witch haunt this and the neighboring farm, Lower Well Head. Activity includes full apparitions, footfalls, groans, screams, the feeling of strangulation and more. Members of the Nutter family refuse to stay in the building for long periods of time.
The haunted statue of Graceland Cemetery, Chicago (USA). Both the monument and the area around Inez Clarke's resting place is said to be haunted. Strange sounds are heard nearby and some claim the statue of Inez actually moves under its own power. The most disconcerting stories may be those of the disembodied weeping that is heard nearby, but the most famous tales are those of the statue itself. It is said that Inez will sometimes vanish from inside of the glass box.
The ghosts here are numerous. In a small room at the rear of the house a pile of baby skeletons was found, supposedly the victims of some inept doctor; today, babies can be heard crying the walls. There was a mass murder when some of the Nazis were machine gunned to death in a political dispute; their discussions can be heard throughout the house. There are rumors of an axe murder in the front tower room, the victim of which is occasionally seen standing in the window. The secret passageways aro