A schoolboy named Bligh, who went to Launceston Grammar School, of which the Rev. John Ruddle was headmaster, from being a lad of bright parts and no common attainments, became on a sudden moody, dejected, and melancholy. His friends, seei... Read more of Dorothy Durant at Scary Stories.caInformational Site Network Informational
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The Cow With The Bell
I had given a glass ball to the wife of a friend, whose...

The Mysterious Sketch
ERCKMANN-CHATRIAN I Opposite the chapel of Sain...

The Laughing Ghost
Siu Long-mountain was one of the most celebrated stud...

At Old Man Eckert's
Philip Eckert lived for many years in an old, weath...

Glamis Castle
"The Castle of Glamis, a venerable and majestic pi...

The Mysterious Mr Home
"So you've brought the devil to my house, have you?" ...

Stories Of Haunting
In a letter to Sura[30] the younger Pliny gives us wh...

A Haunted Island
The following events occurred on a small island of is...

A C----]
Sir James, my mother, with myself and my brother Charle...

Farm House Design Iii
We here present the reader with a substantial, plain, y...





FERRIER'S "Apparitions"




Kotter's Red Circle
Kotter's first vision was detailed by him, on oath, before the magistrates of Sprottaw, in 1619. While he was travelling on foot, in open daylight, in June 1616, a man appeared to him, who ordered him to infor...

Jeanne D'arc
Upon her trial, as it is repeated by Chartier, she spoke with the utmost simplicity and firmness of her visions: "Que souvent alloit a une belle fontaine au pays de Lorraine, laquelle elle nommoit bonne fontain...