It turns out the number of unexplained events in Texas is a pretty long list. One post wasn’t enough to cover them all. Here are five more unsolved mysteries of the Lone Star State continuing to confound experts and investigators:
For three decades, a mysterious figure has been luring people onto a train trestle.
Everything is bigger in Texas...including the mysteries.
The Outback has wide open spaces...filled with strange stories.
Mass hysteria or school haunting...?
Some of these are almost unwatchable.
On some level, I think I’ve been communicating telepathically with my pets all my life, but didn’t realize it. My pets seemed to always be in sync with me. They knew how to interpret my moods. If I felt sad, one of them always came to snuggle with me. If I was thinking about taking a walk outside, my dog always perked her ears up, ready to accompany me. And, in turn, if one of them was feeling out of sorts, I instinctively knew what was wrong with them.
Stuff so gruesome you'll never see it in a movie.
With age comes wisdom - sometimes that wisdom is disembodied.
These pubs offer rare spirits free of charge.
There's an interesting history behind the Clintons and UFOs.
Some people believe that shadow people come from another world and others think they might be demonic entities. No matter what the case is, shadow people will keep materializing all over the world and we may never know the reason for their existence.
Welcome to Zombietown, USA, your newest time-waster.
Time travel is real...but there are some rules!
Curses of the stage and screen rank among the more eerie and mysterious of show business superstitions. They serve as a reminder that fame and fortune are not enough to ward off tragedy and disaster if the writer of life has it written into the script.
Make sure you're sitting down.
From UFOs to voices in their heads, astronauts have reported some incredible stories.
Spirit photography has always been a topic of controversy between those who believe that someone can capture the image of a “spirit/ghost” on film, and those who are skeptical of the nature of such practice.