All posts by Carrie Hood

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In 1989 this polaroid photo of an unidentified young woman and a boy, both gagged and bound, was found in the parking lot of a convenience store in Florida.

The girl is believed to be Tara Leigh Calico who was kidnapped near her home in Belen, New Mexico, on September 20, 1988. The boy’s identity remains a unknown. Advertisements

Mothman

“Mothman. In a 13 months period between 1965-1966, the town of Point Pleasant, WV reported seeing a winged beast with big red eyes. The last report was the beast standing on the Silver Bridge. And then the silver bridge collapsed. The beast wasn’t reported again afterwards.” — TheSpanishDerp The legend of Mothman originated in Point Pleasant, West Virginia. Two couples were driving near an old power plant around midnight when they saw a creature that resembled […]

This picture taken by pair of hikers. Unbeknownst to them, the body of a woman can be seen in the background of the photo.

Guilliams and her friend Brenden Vega were hiking through the wilderness in Santa Barbara County, California. While they were hiking, both fell and seriously injured themselves. After calling out for help for hours, Guilliams left Vega where she went to go get help. Sadly on her way out of the wilderness, Guilliams fell again, and later died where she landed. This picture was taken the next day. At this point Guilliams was likely still alive, […]

Car Bomb in Northern Ireland

The red car contained bomb that went off shortly after the picture was taken in Omagh, Northern Ireland. The man and child survived but the photographer died with 28 other people.

The McQuilken brothers grinning, unaware that they were minutes away from being struck by lightning.

The McQuilken brothers grinning, hair standing on end, unaware that they were minutes away from being struck by lightning while climbing Moro Rock in California’s Sequoia National Park Michael McQuilken, right, was 18 when he and his brother, Sean, 12, climbed California’s Moro Rock in 1975. The photo was used for years to warn about the dangers of pending lightning strikes. The photo has been reprinted, posted and passed around for decades: Two grinning brothers, […]

“The Flying Tailor”, who jumped to his death from the Eiffel Tower

Franz Reichelt (1879 – 4 February 1912), also known as Frantz Reichelt or François Reichelt, was an Austrian-born French tailor, inventor and parachuting pioneer, now sometimes referred to as the Flying Tailor, who is remembered for jumping to his death from the Eiffel Tower while testing a wearable parachute of his own design. Reichelt had become fixated on developing a suit for aviators that would convert into a parachute and allow them to survive a fall should they be forced to leave their aircraft. Initial experiments conducted with […]