Athos Salome, the Living Nostradamus, claims that King Charles will soon abdicate the throne, but his heir, Prince William, will not succeed him.
Royal legend claims that the ghost of Peter the Wild Boy haunts Prince Louis’s former Kensington Palace nursery. Peter was a feral child found roaming the woods of Hanover in northern Germany in 1725 during the reign of King George I.
Michael Jackson’s fans claim that a 3000-year-old ancient Egyptian bust proves the late superstar was a time traveler. The artifact displayed at the Field Museum in Chicago bears sriking resembles the King of Pop, who died tragically in June 2009.
Paranormal investigators Charlie Harker and Teresa Hughes claimed that a graveyard demon followed them to their home. They said the spirit was haunting their house and trying to kill them.
Archeologists discovered a grave from 17th century Poland containing a “zombie” child buried facing downward and shackled by the feet to prevent it from coming back to life.
Taylor Swift fans on TikTok claim they found evidence in a 1980s commercial that the All Too Well hitmaker is a paranormal time traveler.
A woman claimed she unknowingly took home a “haunted doll” that terrified her family. Yvonne Hydes, a resident of Paisley, Scotland, said she noticed paranormal activity in her house after taking home an old doll she received as a gift.
Adam Archon, a man who claimed in 2019 that he was a time traveler from 2045, predicted aliens would come to Earth in 2028. His predictions are receiving renewed attention after believers said they are coming true.
A Facebook user shared a photo supposedly showing a creepy clown staring at him from behind a bush while hunting for deer in the woods. Timmy Vidal Jr. shared the scary picture on the Bigfoot Believers Facebook page on Friday, October 13.
The Alaska Triangle is an area where many strange events ascribed to paranormal causes allegedly occurred. The events include strange disappearances, UFO sightings, and a Bigfoot-like creature called the Montiak.