Bizarre & Taboo Events, Subjects and Rituals
In the world of the bizarre and taboo, we enter a place where things don’t quite make sense. Those things may be too shocking and unbelievable. It’s hard to accept the things that conflict with our sense of right and wrong. These are the things that capture our attention. We’ve created an entire category devoted to the bizarre and taboo. You will find a vast array of interesting, horrifying and mind-blowing subjects. Topics will run from the unthinkable horrors of two frightening similar murders 157 years apart to the sad and bizarre story of Dede Koswara, the Tree Man.
You should be forewarned that some of our stories are not for the faint of heart. There are many disturbing articles in our collection that may not be suitable for all audiences. However, for the rest of you, kick back and take a peek into this shocking world and prepare to be blown away.
On October 24, 1593, Gil Perez was standing guard at the Governor’s palace in Manila. Resting his eyes for a brief moment, he had teleported to Mexico.
Ghosts of Versailles involves two English teachers, Charlotte Anne Moberly and Eleanor Jourdain, who in 1901 believe they time warped to Versailles in 1789.