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Once upon a time in the low mountains of West Virginia, a former Navy seaman decided to eat some mushrooms that he found on the forest floor. The man–Edward Rollins–was in that forest to hunt for either the Mothman or a UFO, but after his choice of snack, he was in for a greater treat.Advertisements
Sea monsters! Out of all cryptids, I find them to be the most plausible. We’ve only explored about 20% of the world’s oceans, and in that 20% have already found a lot of weird crap. Who’s to say there couldn’t be something stranger out there?
The Santa Lucia’s beauty and grandeur draw hikers and sightseers, though the terrain permits few roads. It is one of the wildest places left in the U.S. Naturally, that also makes it home to dark and mysterious figures who like to watch people from cliffs.
I am ashamed to have never heard of Borley Rectory before–according to Harry Price, famed paranormal investigator, it is the “most haunted house in England.”
La Lechuza colors outside of the box. Spanish speakers will recognize that her name translates to “the owl;” a simple name that hints at her elegant horror.