Monday, December 28, 2015
CHICAGO READY FOR WAR? LOOK! Why, There's Been a Submarine in the River for These Fifteen Years "The con man," as Persuadem Lorgan used to say, "can't lie all the time — no matter how hard he tries." For a long time it has been one of the favorite devices of the confidence fraternity in Chicago to lure their victims by the bright promise, "Just let me show you our submarine down by the river." But a confidence man is not always to be blamed for telling the truth. How could he know that the Chicago River actually does contain a submarine?
Monday, December 21, 2015
Two teenage girls say they spotted the demon after taking the picture at a pub. Sophie Killip and Kayleigh Lomas, both 19, had met up for a festive get-together, but they were horrified when the spectre appeared at one of the party tables in the photograph.
In the photo a dark-haired child appears to have marks on her head and wearing old fashioned clothing, and sunken eyes.
"There was nothing there at the time but when we looked back at the photo we couldn’t believe it."
"It was pretty scary and I felt creeped out."
"I didn’t believe in ghosts until I saw this photo."
"No-one was sitting at this table yet there is most definitely something paranormal in the photo." “No-one was sitting at this table yet there is most definitely something paranormal in the photo.” The pair took the photo at Harry’s Bar and Grill in Newcastle. And Sophie sent it to a friend who “reads” ghost photos. The friend admitted it was the “clearest evidence she had ever seen”. It was reported that last year (2014) many black-eyed ghost of children tormented people across Britain, particularly those living in Cannock Chase, Staffs – said to be the UK’s most haunted area. The two girls took the photo at Harry’s Bar and Grill in Newcastle. And Sophie sent it to a friend who “reads” ghost photos. The pal admitted it was the “clearest evidence she had ever seen”.
Stories about strange activities around places like Cannock Chase or Dudley Castle have been around since time immemorial, and sceptics would suggest such locations are tailor-made for a fertile imagination.