You do not have to be a flying saucer fanatic to know the word Roswell and what happened there in 1947. If you have been under a rock and unaware of the story, to put it simply, there is overwhelming proof that an alien space craft crashed in Roswell, New Mexico in July of 1947. Left behind was a gigantic debris field and three alien bodies, all about three to four feet tall, and one was still alive. As soon as it was announced that we had captured a disc, the story was changed saying that it was actually a weather balloon, despite the fact that the military that went to the crash had years of experience with weather balloons and still said it was an alien craft. This has been one of the longest covered-up secrets in United States history and considering that all files of the case were “accidentally” incinerated, it is doubtful that we will ever know the truth; until now.Continue reading “THE BASEMENT’S CABINET OF CURIOSITIES: Roswell Alien Found!”
Welcome to another entry in my Cabinet of Curiosities series. This time I am writing about the High Hand of Mamba Shampti, the Voodoo Witch of Haiti. I was able to obtain this unbelievable severed hand after reading about a sale that a paranormal museum in New York was having.
As covered here before, Rhode Island was a hot bed of supposed vampire activity from the late 1700s all the way up to the late 1800s. I covered the cases of Mercy Brown and Sarah Tillinghast in previous blogs and in all cases, consumption, now known as tuberculosis, was thought to be the real cause. But what about the unbelievable case of the vampiric skull found in the late 1940s?
Cryptozoology is the study of hidden animals. These are either animals that were thought to have gone extinct in the past and yet are still being seen today or they are animals that no one has ever caught or officially recorded. Most accounts are based on eyewitness testimony or out of focus photos and though many reports seem bizarre or too good to be true, once in a while a new (or old) animal is discovered (or rediscovered) proving the eyewitnesses correct.
Welcome to the second installment of my Cabinet of Curiosities, this time showcasing what is known as Pedro, the Mountain Mummy. Just recently, while going through some old boxes, I came across what appeared to be a glass bell jar wrapped heavily in bubble wrap and upon opening it, found Pedro, forgetting that I even had him! He came into my possession many, many years ago and though he is not the original mummy found in 1932, he is still very interesting nonetheless.
Welcome to part one of my Cabinet of Curiosities series. You just never know what might be uncovered in this dank basement of mine but you can be guaranteed that it will fascinate and intrigue! My Cabinet of Curiosities is filled to the brim with all kinds of wonders from around the world, all of which will eventually be shared right here! I hope you enjoy reading about them as much as I enjoy collecting and writing about them!