In this episode of Strange Matters we discuss four unexplained mysteries and legendary tales. Each of these cases involve the potential of hauntings, paranormal activity, and spiritual involvement. From one of the world’s most haunted locations, to a mysterious bleeding house, and two tales of malignant spirits, the topics discussed in this episode are as interesting as they are spooky.
In the Black Forest Haunting, the Lee family moved into an isolated log home set in the thickest regions of the woods. Shortly after moving in, the family began to experience strange and disturbing activity for which they could not explain. Loud and random sounds, lights turning on and off, mysterious break-ins, and most disturbing of all sightings of shadow figures and ghostly apparitions in the house. Neither the police nor home security systems could explain logically what was going on. In desperation, the Lees turned to Psychic Investigators, ghost busters, and local shamans in an attempt to understand the bizarre nature of their home.
The Atlanta Blood House makes for a strange and unique mystery. The Winston couple shockingly discovered one day a red substance splattered and pooled all over their house. After a quick police investigation and forensic testing, it was confirmed that the red liquid found in the Winston’s home was actually human blood. Where this large amount of blood came from and for what reason it appeared is still unknown to this day.
Lastly we cover two old legendary tales involving troublesome spirits. The Taotaomo’na is an ancestral spirit believed to roam certain areas of Guam. These spirits were known to be very territorial, and great care and respect must be given when passing through these lands… or else.
Finally we present the tale of La Llorona, a malevolent spirit which has been haunting Southwestern Hispanic cultures for centuries. La Llorona was once a beautiful young woman who became a mother to two children. However, after she committed an unspeakable crime, this woman would pass on to becoming this fearful spirit. The legend goes that La Llorona still prowls the nights in search of young victims to claim as her own.
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