Thursday, 13. October 2005
|Click the Chakras in accurate order - this will bring you to the temple ...|
On the one hand jazzy - on the other hand bizarre.
Cyber Meditation by Yolanda
We have inherited a city full of the dreams, lives and deaths of those who lived here before us, some of whom are still among us. Most go unseen, but some try to contact us, play tricks on us, and in many cases, terrify us.
A Paranormal Activity by The State Hornet (English)
Aaron Young said he's never seen an actual ghost inside Fulton Opera House, but the place has given him the creeps on more than one occasion.
Fulton Opera House Spooks by Lancaster Online. (English)
Beast of …
| ... Astonished, Kevin Taylor of Rushfield, Potters Bar, had the presence of mind to capture the moment on film before the beast disappeared into the undergrowth. Although at a glance the black shape in the pictures he filmed could be mistaken for a common moggy, Mr Taylor, reckons that it is actually much larger.|
The footage shows the creature, possibly the elusive Beast of Brookmans Park, turn and run off in a distinctly cat-like manner.
And to get a greater sense of the animal's size, Mr Taylor measured the grass in the field behind at 25 inches high ...
Caught on film - the beast by Welwyn & Hatfield Times. (English) With Pics.
Also: The hunt for the so-called 'beast of Balbirnie' has begun following the discovery of a paw print in woods near.
Hunting the 'Beast of Balbirnie'
by Glenrothes News. (English)
Could it be a big cat?
Or does the camera lie?
Also: Retired farmer Bill Pickering reckons he has solved the mystery of the Lindsey Leopard - claiming it is the racoon he caught among his pigeons.
Is it the Lindsey Leopard?
by Market Rasen Online. (English)
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