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Undeniable Signs There's An Angel Watching Over You

Many people have reported brushes with guardian angels. One woman recounts a time when her car started flipping through the air in an accident. A loud voice suddenly told her to lift her arms. She broke her hand, but paramedics told her doing so probably saved her life. The idea of a guardian angel is comforting, yet still a pretty unsettling concept. Even though they provide help and even save lives, they’re proof of another realm and forces we know nothing about. And how do you even know if your guardian angel is close by? Well, it turns out angels actually leave plenty of signs to let you know they’re in your presence.

Reports that John "Trapper" Tice of  Mountain Monsters fame and Co-founder and leader of A.I.M.S has passed away due to complications  kidney failure.

Tice was born in 1947 in West Virginia He was a true American outdoorsman and Vietnam war veteran.

Tice had started havign some health issues back in 2015 when he had to undergo an emergency surgery for a blood clot in his leg. It is our understanding that this and other health issues lead to kidney problems.

Tice of course was known for his role in the popular TV show Mountain Monsters. His show was somewhat of a rival to the popular series Finding Bigfoot. There was an online feud of sorts between Tice and Finding Bigfoot show leader Matt Moneymaker.

So, this picture has a few stories that surround it. In some places it is know as the "Scariest Picture on The Internet". In other places it is translated to "the most horrible picture in the world". In either case, there are mysterious stories and even deaths associated with this picture.

Today, I will attempt to explore some of the stories, legends and hopefully some truths about this picture.

So, lets dig in.

TCC's Tony Felosi, along with guest investigators Dana Green and Heather Ealy, return to the old Harlan County Court house to attempt contact with a entity we think is a young girl.

In the past, it seems the spirit of the young girl is more willing to interact with female investigators. This trip the team also bring along some toys to use as trigger objects in hopes that the young girl will be more willing to interact.

It seems to have worked as there is interaction with the ball and it was captured on camera.

Here is the video.

She Spent 10 Days In An Insane Asylum. Here’s What Happened

The Riveting Story Of Nellie Bly

By Dorraine Fisher

Roosevelt Island, New York is two miles long and situated on the East River between Manhattan and Queens.  Even though it’s considered to be part of Manhattan, it provides a beautiful contrast to the concrete city with its lush picnicking areas and natural atmosphere.

But it has a very dark and harrowing past. Once known as Blackwell Island, it was once the resting place of an infamous insane asylum known as the Blackwell’s Women’s Asylum. And when this madhouse was still intact, it had a lot of stories to tell. But the most significant one was the story of Nellie Bly.

5 Ways To Remember Your Past Lives

By Dorraine Fisher

So, maybe you’ve decided that maybe your soul really is eternal and doesn’t die, and maybe you have lived before, perhaps many times throughout history. But what do you do with that information. Is there a benefit to exploring it? And if so, how do you go about it?

And some may ask if we really have lived before, why can’t we remember anything about our past lives? The answer is we can, but there may be a thousand years of history there and many of us can’t remember much of our time in THIS life that goes back more than 30 years. A lot is forgotten with the passage of time. But we have bursts or flashbacks or moments of deja vu in which our past lives come back, even if only for a moment or two. We also have karmic dreams in which we recall a past experience or place we’ve lived or visited. The trouble is, we don’t always know we’re recalling a past life and we don’t give it much thought. But our past lives are revealed to us more often than we think.

Six Signs Your Past Lives May Be Harming You In This Life

By Dorraine Fisher

Okay, so you don’t believe in reincarnation. Fair enough. But have you ever truly looked at yourself in the mirror and seen the person you are? Have you stared at that reflection and wondered how that person came to be? Yes, you’ve been damaged in this life. We all have in some way or another. But what about the damage that was already there the day you were born; those nightmares you had when you were four years old even though you came from a loving home? That strange fear of water you’ve always had that seems to have no explanation. We all have personality characteristics and quirks that seem to be locked inside us for no good reason. Some things we may inherit genetically from our parents, but other things are harder to pin down. Some things we feel we were just born with and it’s just who we are. But this isn’t really true. We are products of many lifetimes of experiences. And they have shaped our experience of this life, good and bad. But they can be resolved.

Electronic Voice Phenomena or just EVP for short, are sounds recorded on electronic devices that are interpreted as spirit voices. Many psychologists regard EVPs as a form of auditory pareidolia, meaning that the investigator is interpreting random sounds as voices and there really isn't any voice there. But over the years equipment for capturing these voices has gotten better. There are numerous ways to record EVPs. Everything from very low cost devices to ones that cost a thousand dollars or more.

I think EVPs are great evidence of the spirit world. What makes it amazing is that many times you will get a direct response to a specific question or set of questions. This goes way beyond auditory pareidolia, in my opinion.

With that said here is three very interesting EVPs.


The Ghost Of Longleat House, The Green Lady
Amazing Footage Or Pure Hoax?

By Dorraine Fisher

Longleat House is a stately English manor house from the 16th century, set on 1000 acres of parkland near the village of Horningsham, Somerset, England. It was the first stately home opened to the public, and it’s a local vacation destination with its maze gardens, thousands of acres of woodlands, beautifully landscaped park lands, and the very first known safari park ever established outside of Africa.

It also has a long, rich, dark story with a long history of paranormal activity. A casual visitor to the park in 2014 claims to have some video footage of one of the more ghostly occupants of the house, Lady Louisa Carteret, best known now as The Green Lady.

Are Scientists Acknowledging The Existence Of The Soul?

By Dorraine Fisher

After scoffing at the subject for many years, it seems that science is beginning to acknowledge the existence of the soul, however slowly.  But I talked about this subject way back in 2013, and at that time, I was convinced that science would absolutely HAVE to acknowledge the soul at some point, and here’s why.

If you’ve ever read anything about the works of the great scientist from the late 1800’s, Nikola Tesla, you will have read that everything in our world is all about energy. Energy is what drives everything. And learning as much as we can about energy is what will lead us to the truth about everything else. All the unanswered questions start with understanding how energy works. And this started me thinking about what drives us humans. What kind of energy drives us?

And what does this have to do with the soul?

Back in October of 2015 I published an article called The Legend of Devils Garden. Devil's Garden is/was located in Hutch, Kentucky and for many years it was a popular swimming area. The Legend surrounding how the area got its name is one that seemed to be full of mystery and death. As I was researching the original article I could not find a lot of information. Then I stumbled across several websites that told the tale of accidental murder, a cover up, strange disappearances and finally after 15 years, a confession.  

There appears to be only one problem with this legendary tale, its just not true. I do not know where this fantastic tale originated or who started it, but it was an interesting story. At the time I had doubts about the authenticity of the story but it seemed believable just unverifiable and after all I read it on the internet so it had to be true, right?

I'm pleased to now be able to set the record straight and bring you the REAL story about Devil's Garden. It may not be filled with murder and mystery, but it is still very interesting.


A few days ago we took a trip to Natural Tunnel State Park in Virginia. The park is centered on the Natural Tunnel, which is a massive naturally formed cave that is so large it is used as a railroad tunnel. The railroad tracks are still activate and a train passed through as we were first walking down the mountain. Natural Tunnel State Park was created in 1967 and opened to the public in 1971, but the natural tunnel has been a Virginian tourist attraction for more than a century.

Daniel Boone is believed to have been the first European to see it in the 18th century. The 41st United States Secretary of State William Jennings Bryan dubbed it the "Eighth Wonder of the World".

As impressive as all that is, what stood out to me was the story surrounding the highest peak above the tunnel. The story of forbidden love and death, the story known as Lover's leap.

So, I thought I would use my pictures and the videos I took at the park to tell the story of Lover's Leap. I kept the video very short, I hope you enjoy it.
Still frame from the video
What is this strange, almost human shaped, object in the sky? That is what many people are asking after seeing the video below.

Before we get to the actual video, let me tell you what is known about the clip. Reportedly this was filmed in Indonesia during what appears to be some type of riot, protest or a demonstration. The local people called it a Kuntilanak. A Kuntilanak in Indonesian mythology is a female vampiric spirit of a woman who died while pregnant. Another word used to describe this is Pontianak. Pontianaks are usually depicted as pale-skinned women with long black hair, red eyes, and white dress.

According to what I read about this folklore a Kuntilanak is a woman who died during childbirth. That the woman would come back to terrorize and take revenge on the towns people. The creature would or might look like a pretty woman and have a floral aroma. Then she would attack with claws and rip open peoples stomach.

Now, I'm not sure what this entity is, or even if it is an spirit of some sort. But it does appear to be odd and out of place with the events going on. Lets watch the video and then I will close with a few more thoughts.

Here is the video.

Photo Credit: Richard Christianson
Whoa, this picture posted on facebook by Richard Christianson has gone viral. It has been shared over 80 thousands times and been featured in numerous videos, forums and blogs. Many people say it is a demon or an angel. One person even said it was an elephant, huh?

The eerie standing figure is a rather frightful image. There has been much debate about the figure. What is it? Is it a hoax? and on and on.

While others find the picture fascinating and think the image could be supernatural, I think there is a more earthly explanation to the figure.

Lets explore to find out more about it.

The Camp Beauregard Memorial, outside Water Valley, Kentucky on Kentucky state road 2422 northeast of town, marks the site of Camp Beauregard during the American Civil War. It was named for Confederate general P. G. T. Beauregard. It was situated to protect the right flank of the Confederate base at Columbus, Kentucky.

While an active military installation, from September 1861 to March 1, 1862, it trained 5,000-6,000 soldiers for the Confederate States of America.

However, the place was disease-ridden, resulting in 1,000-1,500 deaths at the camp. The diseases included cerebrospinal meningitis, pneumonia, and typhoid fever with poor weather and lack of sufficient supplies for the troops contributing to the dire situation. In a single day 75 cases of typhoid and pneumonia were reported.

Under the direction of the 27th Tennessee Regiment's Colonel Thomas Logwood, the camp was burned down. Union forces captured the site shortly after the abandonment.




A monument was erected by the United Daughters of the Confederacy in 1909 to commemorate the soldiers that died there and supposedly, some 900 soldiers are buried in a mass grave under the monument…..but some folks say those soldiers are STILL THERE today?





Here is an experience from my friend, Dana M.:

My best experience: I was with a group of friends at night. It was very late. We all branched off wandering around reading headstones. I went off to myself. 

I was standing reading a large monument and the name "Dorothy" screamed in my head. It was weird. I turned around and when I shined my light on the headstone behind me her name was Dorothy. It was surreal.

We heard the beast and ran to the car and left. These events are all separate nights. The last time I went my friend Bob was in town. I had not seen him in 25 years. We went to the cemetery. He also went with another group. This was in August of 2012. In March of 2014, he died in his sleep.
My other friend Karen and I went as a group and took pictures. About three months later she died on her living room floor. I will not go back I'm also very ill but that's another novella.”

Other reports include:
One person explains he has seen lights dancing on some of the headstones and seeing various dark figures running through the graves only to vanish.

There’s also a black beast-like figure that supposedly will chase visitors in an attempt to make them leave.

One night, two individuals said the “beast” followed them for several miles before flooding their car with an over-whelming scent of cinnamon before vanishing.

Also, there are reports of people hearing combat sounds, including what has been described as the sound of sabers clashing.


-Greg-



This post by Team Member Greg Champy. Greg displays an amazing artistic ability and a special knack for background research. He is an accomplished writer and does voice over narrations.


(Source: Wikipedia )

 
 
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Hellhounds as they appear in the hit game Call of Duty Black Ops 2

A hellhound is a supernatural dog in folklore. A wide variety of ominous or hellish supernatural dogs occur in mythologies around the world, similar to the often seen dragon. Features that have been attributed to hellhounds include mangled black fur, glowing red eyes, super strength or speed, ghostly or phantom characteristics, and a foul odor. Certain European legends state that if someone stares into a hellhound's (perrish's) eyes twice or more, that person will surely die. In cultures that associate the afterlife with fire, hellhounds may have fire-based abilities and appearance. They are often assigned to guard the entrances to the world of the dead, such as graveyards and burial grounds, or undertake other duties related to the afterlife or the supernatural, such as hunting lost souls or guarding a supernatural treasure.

In European legends, seeing a hellhound or hearing it howl may be an omen or even a cause of death. They are said to be the protectors of the supernatural(scotts pack). Guarding the secrecy of supernatural creatures, or beings, from the world.
Some supernatural dogs, such as the Welsh Cŵn Annwn, were regarded as benign, but encountering them was still considered a sign of imminent death.


The most famous hellhound is probably Cerberus from Greek mythology. Hellhounds are also famous for appearing in Northern European mythology and folklore as a part of the Wild Hunt. These hounds are given several different names in local folklore, but they display typical hellhound characteristics. The myth is common across Great Britain, and many names are given to the apparitions: Moddey Dhoo of the Isle of Man, Gwyllgi of Wales, and so on. The earliest mention of these myths are in both Walter Map's De Nugis Curianium (1190) and the Welsh myth cycle of the Four Branches of the Mabinogi (ca. tenth to thirteenth century).

Robert Johnson
In southern Mexico and Central America folklore, the Cadejo is a big black dog that haunts travellers who walk late at night on rural roads. The term is also common in American blues music, such as with Robert Johnson's 1937 song, Hellhound on My Trail.

In Greek mythology the hellhound belonged to Hades, the Greek god of death and the underworld, its name in Greek mythology is Cerberus, it has three heads but is still black with razor sharp teeth and super strength, it is used to guard the gates of hell.

Barghest, Bargtjest, Bo-guest, Bargest or Barguest is the name often given in the north of England, especially in Yorkshire, to a legendary monstrous black dog with huge teeth and claws, though in other cases the name can refer to a ghost or Household elf, especially in Northumberland and Durham. One is said to frequent a remote gorge named Troller's Gill. There is also a story of a Barghest entering the city of York occasionally, where, according to legend, it preys on lone travellers in the city's narrow Snickelways. Whitby is also associated with the spectre. A famous Barghest was said to live near Darlington who was said to take the form of a headless man (who would vanish in flames), a headless lady, a white cat, a dog, rabbit and black dog. Another was said to live in an "uncannie-looking" dale between Darlington and Houghton, near Throstlenest.

The derivation of the word barghest is disputed. Ghost in the north of England was once pronounced guest, and the name is thought to be burh-ghest: town-ghost. Others explain it as German Berg-geist (mountain spirit), or Bär-geist (bear-spirit), in allusion to its alleged appearance at times as a bear. Another mooted derivation is 'Bier-Geist', the 'spirit of the funeral bier'.

The Bearer of Death is a term used in describing the Hellhound. Hellhounds have been said to be as black as coal and smell of burning brimstone. They tend to leave behind a burned area wherever they go. Their eyes are a deep, bright, and almost glowing red. They have razor sharp teeth, super strength and speed, and are commonly associated with graveyards and the underworld. Hellhounds are called The Bearers of Death because they were supposedly created by ancient demons to serve as heralds of death. According to legend, seeing one leads to a person's death. Sometimes it is said to be once; other times it requires three sightings for the curse to take effect and kill the victim. These factors make the Hellhound a feared symbol and worthy of the name “Bearer of Death”. The Hellhound has been seen several times throughout history, and it is not specific to any one place. The most recent sightings occurred in Connecticut, Kentucky, Louisiana, Ohio, and Vilseck, Germany, in or near cemeteries.

The hit TV show Mountain Monsters, did a show on the Hellhound. They traveled to Pike county Kentucky. Here is the full episode.



Black Shuck or Old Shuck is the name given to a ghostly black dog said to roam the Norfolk, Essex, and Suffolk coastline. Black Shuck is sometimes referred to as the Doom Dog.
For centuries, inhabitants of England have told tales of a large black dog with malevolent flaming eyes (or in some variants of the legend a single eye) that are red or alternatively green. They are described as being 'like saucers'. According to reports, the beast varies in size and stature from that of simply a large dog to being the size of a horse.

There are legends of Black Shuck roaming the Anglian countryside since before Vikings. His name may derive from the Old English word scucca meaning "demon", or possibly from the local dialect word shucky meaning "shaggy" or "hairy". The legend may have been part of the inspiration for the Sherlock Holmes novel The Hound of the Baskervilles.

It is said that his appearance bodes ill to the beholder, although not always. More often than not, stories tell of Black Shuck terrifying his victims, but leaving them alone to continue living normal lives; in some cases it has supposedly happened before close relatives to the observer die or become ill. In other tales he's considered relatively benign, and said to accompany women on their way home in the role of protector rather than a portent of ill omen.


Sometimes Black Shuck has appeared headless, and at other times he appears to float on a carpet of mist. According to folklore, the spectre often haunts graveyards, sideroads, crossroads and dark forests. Black Shuck is also said to haunt the coast road between West Runton and Overstrand.

One of the most notable reports of Black Shuck is of his appearance at the churches of Bungay and Blythburgh in Suffolk. On 4 August 1577, at Blythburgh, Black Shuck is said to have burst in through the church doors. He ran up the nave, past a large congregation, killing a man and boy and causing the church tower to collapse through the roof. As the dog departed, he left scorch marks on the north door that remain to this day. Two men were touched by the beast and fell down dead
The encounter on the same day at Bungay was described in "A Strange and Terrible Wonder" by the Reverend Abraham Fleming in 1577:
This black dog, or the devil in such a linenesse (God hee knoweth al who worketh all,) running all along down the body of the church with great swiftness, and incredible haste, among the people, in a visible forum and shape, passed between two persons, as they were kneeling uppon their knees, and occupied in prayer as it seemed, wrung the necks of them both at one instant clene backward, in so much that even at a moment where they knelled, they strangely died.
Other accounts attribute the event to lightning or the Devil. The scorch marks on the door are referred to by the locals as "the devil’s fingerprints", and the event is remembered in this verse:
All down the church in midst of fire, the hellish monster flew, and, passing onward to the quire, he many people slew.
The appearance in Chignal St James/Chignal Smealy, small villages near Chelmsford, Essex are said to have occurred many years ago. All those said to have seen the red-eyed devil dog are rumored to have met an untimely end within a year, matching the legend that all that see Black Shuck perish within a year of looking into his eyes.

(source wikipedia )

I can remember an old story that was told throughout our family about a family member walking at night on the railroad tracks. As he walked something kept brushing his leg. He reach down with his hand, without looking, a couple times and nothing was there. Then after feeling it again, he looked to see what it was and seen a headless dog walking beside him. The dogs tail was hitting his leg. Now, I can't remember the story in a lot of detail but best I can remember the dog vanished as the man ran off.  This supposedly took place close to where I live now and probably more than 50 years ago.

I have heard reports about truck drivers seeing the "black dog" but have never spoken to anyone who said they saw one.

If anyone has seen what they think might be a Hellhound or Black dog, feel free to share your story via the "Report a sighting" link or just Click here.

Hellhounds and Black dogs - are they real? lets us know what you think or have saw.

Thanks
~Tom~

This post by Thomas Marcum, Thomas is the founder/leader of the cryptozoology and paranormal research organization known as The Crypto Crew. Over 20 years experience with research and investigation of unexplained activity, working with video and websites. A trained wild land firefighter and a published photographer, and poet.


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The story I'm about to tell you is an interesting one. Some of the people are pretty scared about it all. I will not name the actual place/building or the woman I talked with. I will just say this, this is a place I have been to many times and a place where I know several of the employees. The building itself is very old. I would guess the building, like many in this area, is around 100 years old or more. Of course, this build has been remodeled over the years but it basically looks the same as it did many years ago.   

This place/building is open to the public and like many businesses, there is a customer area in the front and an employee area in the back. The employee area is were a lot of work is done by a large number of staff, for most of the day. In the evening times and sometimes the early morning times, staff consist of only a few people, and sometimes just one or two.
 
Now, let me go back to the first. There is this woman I know very well and have known for many years. She became an employee of this company. As she got to know the other workers, they started to tell about a former employee who had killed himself and joked that he haunted the building. Some say he killed himself in the building, others said it was not in the building. But he was a long time employee of the company and I guess, he had an attachment to the place. The workers talked about odd things happening over the years and some just laugh about it all.

Well, over the years this woman I know has had odd things happen while she was working in the building. Stuff like doors slamming or the feeling of something in the room. The other employees tell of odd things as well. And one tells of  being touched when no one else was around. One person even told about seeing a dark shadow move across the room. Many times these events happened late in the evening or early in the morning, when staffing was light. On some occasions, as with the slamming door, it happens during the day, when more staff was around. This door that slammed, is a really old and very heavy door. There is also some reports of a foul smell from time to time, but as stated the building is old.

This woman that I know, also relayed to me some more of her personal experiences. Often times, she would be basically alone (again early morning or late evening) and she would listen to Pandora on her cell phone. Sometimes, there would be an odd interference come through her phone as she listened to Pandora. The funny thing about this is that sometimes during the day the staff would have a radio playing most of the day and it never got this "interference". The odd interference and weird sounds, made her a little uneasy but sometimes she would still listen to Pandora. Then, one day as she was listening to Pandora the interference started to come through again and then a voice said "Are you there?"

As you can imagine, this was enough for her to basically stop listening to Pandora for a while. She rarely even listens to it all now.

But that is not the end of this story. Very recently, as this woman was working a very early shift, again basically alone, when something happened. She told me she was not even thinking about all the weird stuff or the story about the guy haunting the building. She was just working and closing everything up. As she was making her final sweep, making sure everything was locked up, she catches a quick glimpse of a shadowy figure standing at the bottom of a set of stairs. She went on out the main doors and locked up. She told me, "Anything else that needed done can wait until the next morning."

The area where she seen this figure has no windows and it was already daylight outside.

I have personally been in the back area of this building a few times and I can vouch that the building is pretty creepy. It seem that any building that is around 100 years old, would or could have ghost in it to me. Years of work, births,deaths and stories....just waiting to be told but only if someone from the other side can get noticed by one of the current occupants.


With all these tales, I think it is pretty safe to assume that something is haunting this workplace. I hope to maybe have more on this haunted workplace in the days to come.

Thanks
~Tom~


This post by Thomas Marcum, Thomas is the founder/leader of the cryptozoology and paranormal research organization known as The Crypto Crew. Over 20 years experience with research and investigation of unexplained activity, working with video and websites. A trained wild land firefighter and a published photographer, and poet.



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Just a short little video. This film features a long lost ghost story out of Florida.
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Thanks
~Tom~

This post by Thomas Marcum, Thomas is the founder/leader of the cryptozoology and paranormal research organization known as The Crypto Crew. Over 20 years experience with research and investigation of unexplained activity, working with video and websites. A trained wild land firefighter and a published photographer, and poet.


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The tale of the S.S. Ourang Medan
 Does Old CIA Document Confirm Legend? 

I recently had a friend send me a CIA document she ran across during her many document searches.
The old document was in reference to a story I knew a little about but had never dug up the full tale.

So of course, I had to do some research and find out more about the tale of the S.S. Ourang Medan.

Here is the story in a nutshell -  "In June of 1947, two American vessels sailing the Strait of Malaca in Indonesian waters received a distress call from a Dutch merchant ship, Ourang Medan. Message read, “All officers including captain are dead lying in chart room and bridge. Possibly whole crew dead,” followed by a final transmission “I die.” One of the American ship, SS Silver Star attempted to hail the ship, but to no avail. When they boarded the ship, they found the deck littered with corpses. The entire crew was dead, including a dog aboard the ship. The bodies of the crew all showed signs of being frozen in terror at the moment of death. Their facial expressions horrified, teeth bared, eyes pointing at the sky. They had no visible signs of trauma. The ship finally exploded and sank."

Dr. Ian Stevenson, (1918 to 2007) head of the Division of Perceptual Studies at The University of Virginia.

 Reincarnation Proof?
By Dorraine Fisher



If you believe we've lived past lives, or are just curious, you might want to try following the
career of the late Ian Stevenson, the Canadian born psychiatrist and head of the Division of Perceptual Studies at the University of Virginia for nearly 40 years. He was studying and documenting thousands of cases of past life accounts. And in that span of time, managed to build a pretty strong case for the phenomenon.


But what has been even more astounding is that subjects often physically resembled some of
those individuals from a past life. And it came to be recognized as a possible clue of a past life, even
though the resemblances didn't consistently occur in all subjects. But when they did, the resemblances were often uncanny; almost eerie. And sometimes family and other associations could be found to support some of these cases. And it soon became part of the framework in which
Dr. Stevenson did his work.


You can find out more about Dr. Stevenson's studies here: Reincarnation Physical Resemblance
But it's also interesting to note that these resemblances are still being found on a regular basis
around the world. And some of them are being considered and studied by child psychiatrist, Dr. JimTucker, who is continuing Dr. Stevenson's work.


But check out some compelling photos of known people from the present time and their
possible past-life counterparts. Are these just coincidences or is there a correlation? You decide.

Ellen DeGeneres and Henry David Thoreau

Bruce Willis and Gen. Douglas MacArthur
Justin Timberlake and Unknown
Hugh Grant and Oscar Wilde










Nicolas Cage and Unknown

Jack Galifianakis and Louis Vuitton


*****DF


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