John V. thought his wife was imagining it all. The noises… the shadows… the voices. But he soon came to realize that there was something – some unusual, powerful force in his home in Cicero, Illinois that might be a threat to his children. He came to believe that it was evil. This is John’s story.
Black Lives Matter co-founder Patrisse Cullors has admitted the movement is not just about “racial and social justice” but “at its core, it’s a spiritual movement” that involves “invoking spirits” with mantras and gifts until “those spirits actually become present with you.”
As with every big corporation, peopleappear to doubt the true intentions behind any significant decision that the company makes. Some of these theories can be pretty far-fetched and mostly resonate with small, more niche groups of people. But others, seem to have some pretty sound evidence.
Across what used to be Soviet Central Asia, as far west as what are parts of Europe, and as far east as Mongolia, reports have long proliferated of hairy creatures known as Almas or Almasty that seem to be far more akin to men than they do apes; although they reputedly demonstrate clear and undeniable characteristics of both.
NASA experts are trying to figure out a strange space phenomenon that shocked them recently. They found that an unknown X-shaped object is moving through space at a tremendous speed, which reaches 11 thousand miles per hour.
As the nation remembers the 9/11 attacks and mourns the 3,000 Americans who lost their lives that day, it is important to also remember that Democrat presidential nominee and former vice president Joe Biden is on record admitting he voted “no go” on the SEAL mission that killed Osama bin Laden.
Francis Leavy was an American Fire Fighter based in Chicago in the early 20th century. Leavy was described as being a pleasant and cheerful person. On April 18 of the year, 1924 Leavy’s fellow firefighters noticed he was unusually miserable. When asked what was wrong with him he explained that he felt like he was going to die that day.
Perhaps Henrico County’s most famous spirits are the “ghost riders” who surfaced during the construction and early usage of the Pocahontas Parkway more than a decade ago. Newspapers and magazines from as far away as Australia reported on the strange phenomena, which first made headlines in the summer of 2002.