The following true tale is one of the strangest paranormal accounts on record. The boy in the story is now a successful businessman, so I cant give his full name, even though his surname was once recklessly published by a sensational tabloid magazine which mis-reported the incident in the 1990s. The weird episode related here occurred at Allentown, Pennsylvania in the autumn of 1995.
Parents were disturbed when their two-year-old son began screaming out phrases like, "Plane on fire! Little man can't get out!" during nightmares. James revealed extraordinary details about the life of former fighter pilot James Huston. He said his plane had been hit by the Japanese & crashed. James also told his father the name of the boat he took off from, Natoma, & of someone he flew with, Jack Larson. Both the Natoma & Jack Larson were real. #weird #bizarre #strange #reincarnation
5 Real-Life Stories of Twins Creepier Than Any Horror Movie - Twins Jennifer and June Gibbons. As kids they were known as "the silent twins" because they refused to speak to anyone but each other, and even then they used their own secret language that no one else could understand.Their relationship was complicated. On one hand, they were best friends, and on the other, they occasionally tried to kill each other.
Police confronted Nannie Doss, and she immediately confessed, laughing throughout the entire interview while gleefully admitting to murdering 11 members of her family. Doss kept right on smiling as she boarded the bus to prison to serve out her life sentence, commenting to a reporter as she left that she didn't feel bad at all about the outcome.
Meet Lina Medina: she's the youngest confirmed mother in medical history, giving birth at the age of five years, seven months and 21 days. Born in Ticrapo, Peru, Medina was brought to a hospital by her parents at the age of five years due to increasing abdominal size. She was originally thought to have had a tumor, but her doctors determined she was in her seventh month of pregnancy.
The following bizarre and creepy incident, which took place in Des Moines, Iowa, was investigated by a psychiatrist and a paranormal research group. As is usual in these cases, a satisfactory explanation was never arrived at. In May 1999, a 13-year-old girl named Phoebe was sent to see a psychiatrist because of a self-image neurosis. The teenager was evidently d