Category: supernatural

lpbestiary: Wewe Gombel is a ghost in the fol…

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Wewe Gombel is a ghost in the folklore of Java, Indonesia. She is usually depicted as an ugly old woman with hanging breasts and fangs. She is said to kidnap children, but not necessarily to harm them. Some believe that the children she takes are well looked after by Wewe Gombel, and do not fear her.

She was one a human woman, living in Bukit Gombel, Semarang (which is where her name comes from). When her husband discovered she was unable to bear children, he started an affair. The enraged woman killed him, and after being chased from her village, killed herself, becoming a vengeful spirit.

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werif4u: Cryptids and Evolution A bird could…

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Cryptids and Evolution A bird could hold the answer?

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lpbestiary: A revenant is an undead creature …

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A revenant is an undead creature from several cultures, including Celtic, Norse and Old English folklore. The term is used in a variety of contexts, sometimes used to describe creatures such as vampires and ghosts, but it is most widely seen as a type of animated corpse.

Revenants are most often raised by magical means, but sometimes come back to life of their own volition, to seek revenge or complete an unfinished task. They are generally seen as frightening and blasphemous beings.

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Ghost Pictures: The Creeping Child

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“This is a photo of my father that was taken by his girlfriend in Colorado (Rocky Mountains). This photo was taken on an iPhone but zoomed in, hence the poor quality. There was no one around at the time. My Dad said he had just came from that area and no one was there. His girlfriend also saw nothing behind him when taking the photo. She didn’t realize the figure was in the photo until they returned home.” – Daddy_sprinkles

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Famous Female Ghosts: Dolley Madison

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From the spirits of famous female historical figures, to the girlish ghouls of urban legend, female ghosts are some of the scariest spirits out there. In fact, stories about female ghosts can be found across the globe, and many of these international tales of terror have chilling similarities. For instance, why do so many places have stories about women in white, or vanishing hitchhikers? These connections make us wonder what universal trauma or shared truth has made these stories take root in our collective consciousness.

Regardless, we know one thing for sure: these female phantoms are capable of chilling us to the bone. Step aside, ghost bros: these lady wraiths are redefining the scare game.

First Lady Dolley Madison played an influential role in making the White House the social center of politics in early America. Legend has it that she continues to take her duties as First Lady seriously to this day—her ghosts reportedly frightened gardeners away when they were trying to make changes to a rose garden Dolley had planted.