Strange and Mysterious Events
We are in the year 1930. The four-year-old Shanti Deva from India tells her parents that she once lived in a place called Muttra, now known as Mathura. She also said that she had three children, that she had died during the birth of the last and that her name was Ludgi.
Because the girl did not stop with those stories, the parents decided to do some research. There was indeed a village with the name Muttra and they also found out that not so long ago a woman had died with the name Ludgi.
They took Shanti to the village where the child spontaneously spoke in the local dialect and immediately recognized her former husband and children. Furthermore, she told 24 facts that all related to the life of Ludgi, who all turned out to be correct.
The scary leprechaun.
In Argentina, in 2008, a gnome was accidentally recorded on video. The man who had filmed the gnome, Jose Alvarez, told the local newspaper El Tribuno that he had been able to film the creature when they were hanging around in the village of General Guemes.
He said: “We were chatting a bit about our last fishing trip. It was one o’clock at night and I started filming a bit with my mobile while the others were chatting and joking. Suddenly we heard something, a strange sound, as if someone threw stones. We watched and saw the grass move. At first we thought it was a dog, but then we saw this gnome-like creature emerge and we were really scared. ”
Later, other people came forward who say that they have seen the gnome and strangely enough, since then the village has been gripped by fear.
The spirit of Freddie Jackson.
The photo below taken in 1919 was first published in 1975 by Sir Victor Goddard, a retired RAF officer. The photo shows the squadron of Sir Goddard as it served in the First World War aboard the ship HMS Daedalus.
The picture shows the face of a man who does not belong there. In the back row, fourth from the left, you can clearly see the face of Freddie Jackson. Technician Freddie heard himself at home in the squadron, but he died two days before the photo was taken because he had been accidentally hit by the propeller of an airplane. The bizarre thing was that the day that this photo was taken was also the day of Freddie’s funeral.
The bridge of Overtoun.
This bridge is located near the town of Milton in Scotland and was built in 1859. This bridge has become notorious because of the large number of inexplicable cases of dogs jumping off the bridge and committing suicide.
This phenomenon started around 1950 when for the first time it was noticed that dogs jumped out of the bridge completely unexpectedly and without any apparent reason and subsequently dropped about 20 meters. What makes this dramatic mystery even stranger is the fact that most dogs jump on the same side of the bridge and then also from the same place.
Some people think it is a ghost bridge. In 1994, a man threw his baby son off the bridge because he said the child was the Antichrist. The man later tried to commit suicide.
On September 3, 1873, a man named James Worson had accepted a bet to race in record time from the city of Leamington to Coventry, a distance of just over 30 kilometers.
He had bragging about how well he could not walk and so he was challenged. He left on the third of September and was followed by his two friends, Hammerson Burns and Barham Wise, in a horse drawn by a horse. Burns had also brought a camera. They had Worse in the face all this time and sometimes he walked around the car to exchange a few words with his friends.
Then, suddenly, while Worse was walking in the middle of the road, he seemed to stumble and fall over. The friends heard a short piercing scream. Wise later said: “This was the most scary and terrible sound we have ever heard”. When Worse leaned forward to fall and shouted, he disappeared halfway through that fall and never touched the ground. He had simply disappeared.
His footprints were still visible and Wise took a number of photos off the road. The footprints on the photo also correspond to those of someone walking and suddenly stumbling. A search was organized, but without result. The bloodhounds that were used to follow the trail came with great reluctance to the place where Worse had disappeared. Nothing has ever been heard from him.
The footprints of the devil.
In the night of 8 to 9 February 1855 and a few nights later, after some light snowfall, some kind of hoof prints appeared in the snow in Devon in England. These prints were approximately 6 centimeters wide and approximately 20 centimeters apart. This track ran through the landscape for almost 170 kilometers and although it occasionally arched, it followed a straight line for the most part.
It was about houses, rivers, haystacks and other obstacles. The hoof prints appeared on the snow-covered roofs and on high walls that crossed the path and even on drain pipes no larger than 10 centimeters in diameter. There were also various rumors from Devon about people who had seen a “devilish” figure. There have been numerous attempts at the time to trace the beast, but without success.
Not so long ago, on March 12, 2009, similar prints were found in the snow and again in Devon. These prints are on the next photo.
It appears that Felicia Felix-Mentor died in Haiti in 1907 after a sudden illness of a type in which the people of Haiti believe that it is characteristic of someone who has suddenly been turned into a zombie.
In 1936 a woman was found who roamed the streets (some sources say naked, others dressed in rags) and who was on her way to a farm that, according to her, was her father’s. The owners identified the woman as Felicia-Felix Mentor, who was thought to have been dead long ago. The identity was also confirmed by the Felix-Mentor man.
Because of her poor health she was sent to a hospital of the government. A doctor who examined her wrote the following in his report:
“Her sporadic laughter did not show any emotion and she often spoke about herself or the first or third person without any notion of distinction. She had lost all sense of time and was totally indifferent to the world around her. “
SS Ourang Medan.
In February 1948, various ships in the vicinity of Indonesia received emergency signals from the Dutch cargo ship SS Ourang Medan. The ominous message was: “All officers, including the captain, are dead in the card room. Maybe the whole crew is dead “. This message was followed by an unrecognizable message in Morse code with a decipherable final piece: “I’m going to die”.
When the first rescue ship appeared on the scene a few hours later, they tried to make contact with the Ourang Medan, but no answer came. Then a number of people boarded and what they found formed a frightening sight and became one of the scariest ghost stories about ships ever. The total crew and officers of the Ourang Medan were dead, with their eyes open and their faces lifted to the sun, with outstretched arms and a look of agony on their faces. Even the ship’s dog was dead, as if he were growling at an invisible enemy.
When people came into the boiler room with the bodies it felt cold, despite the outside temperature being around 44 degrees Celsius. They decided to tow the ship to a harbor, but before it had even started, smoke came from under the hull. The rescue team left the ship and just had enough time to cut the troll before the Ourang Medan exploded and sank.
To this day it remains a mystery what happened to the ship and its crew.
In September 1931 the Irving family, consisting of James, Margaret and their 13-year-old daughter Voirrey, heard stubborn noises as if someone was scratching behind the wooden wall panels of their farm and they also heard continuous rustling. At first they thought it was a rat, but then the invisible creature made various sounds, like the spitting of a ferret, the growling like a dog and the babbling sound of a baby.
Right after that it turned out that the creature could talk and introduced himself as Gef, a mongoose (meerkat). It claimed that it was born in New Delhi in India in 1852. According to the only one who saw Gef, the daughter Voirrey, Gef was about the size of a rat with a long yellowish hair and a big thick tail (The mongoose from India is in reality much larger than a rat and does not have a thick tail).
He claimed that he was a “particularly clever mongoose” and a “earth-bound spirit” as well as a “spirit in the form of a weasel”. He once said: “I am a bum, I have hands and feet and if you see me, you would faint, you would stiffen from fear, you would turn into a stone or a salt pillar”.
Voirrey Irwing, who took Gef under her wing, died in 2005. In an interview later in life she insisted that Gef was not something she had invented.