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The Chilling Exorcism of Anneliese Michel
Anneliese came into the world a healthy baby girl on September 21, 1952. Growing up with her parents and her three sisters, Anneliese did not have a simple life. Her family was strict Catholic, flirting with some of the more intense elements of the religion. To the Michel family, the reformations of Vatican II were to be ignored; there was no simple atonement for sin, and one could not get by on atonement for their sins alone. Anneliese would spend the winters sleeping on cold wooden floors hoping that God would take her sacrifice as penance for drug addicts who had lost their faith. In 1969, while others her age were experimenting with drugs and lamenting the breakup of the Beatles, Anneliese would suffer her first seizure. Doctors would tell her family that... Read More
Attempt to create a Homunculus in Russia
Above all else, I ought to most likely clarify what the heck a HOMUNCULUS is, for those of you who aren't addicted to mysterious legends: as indicated by the compositions of antiquated speculative chemistry going back as ahead of schedule as the 16th century, the homunculus is a living smaller than expected humanoid (the name in Latin actually signifies "little man") developed from human sperm. Researchers of that time hypothesized that the majority of a person's heredity may exist in small size inside a sperm cell — and through the direction of a prepared chemist, a smaller than expected human could really be hatched outside of a human womb. ￼ Soothsayer Paracelsus wrote in his 1537 volume De Natura Rerum that he had really achieved this... Read More
The Chupacabra lives! check this creature.
The Chupacabra lives! Well, not “lives” literally. It was, in fact, hit by a car, decapitated, and frozen, which makes living difficult for most things. But the tenacious crypto-beast refuses to be silent, even in death, and so I invite you all to have a seat on the cryptocouch, and kick up your feet on the ottoman of open-mindedness. Do so now. A quick refresher: Last year a Texas woman found several strange looking animals on a road near her ranch—all had apparently been struck by cars. The creatures were about 40 pounds each, grayish, largely hairless, fanged, and dog-like. It was suggested that these animals might have been responsible for the deaths by exsanguination (removal of blood) of dozens of chickens in the area over the last several years, and... Read More