I lived in a house that was rumored to be haunted by its previous owner. Built in the 1930s, it had some nice historic features like a kitchen door that swung both ways connecting the kitchen to the living room. Beside this door in the living room was a heavy vintage-style bar/liquor cabinet. One night when I was alone in the house, I went into the kitchen to get some wine, pulling the swinging door closed behind me. When I went to push it open again, the bar had silently shifted about three or four inches over, blocking the door. If the bar had been in that position when I entered the kitchen, the door wouldn’t have closed. I was eventually able to push my way out, but made a point to never close the swinging door again.
Coming home one night, just after dark, my son and I were coming down the driveway when he saw a strange catlike animal walking on its hind legs. He pointed it out to me and I caught a glimpse of it as it entered the tree line. We aren’t the only ones in our area to have seen this. It didn’t scare either one of us, but did make us curious.
In 1984, a large hole mysteriously appeared out in a field with a large cube of dirt from the same area sitting nearby, as if it were ejected or removed from the hole en masse. News segment from the incident still exists (check it out!)
Black Hole Tour Operators Needed Dear Liminal Field Agents, “Scientists” apparently filled a few dozen perfectly good “floppy disks” to bring back one single blurry image of a “Black Hole.” We’d like to say “Congratulations!”. It truly is a remarkable achievement! But what if there was another way to gather that information? And what if […]
A trifecta of spooky spots on an old closed down road in Contra Costa County.
Musician Shana Cleveland of La Luz encounters some sort of meowing monster.