Attached to the two-minute long video is absolutely no explanation or news report, as nobody seems to know what the hell was captured on film and seen by so many locals.
Photographer Rob Tibbles was taking pictures of a wind farm on the weekend of November 23rd, an ordinary photo-shoot that took a turn for the strange when Tibbles got home and examined the many photos he had snapped...
The world's most bizarre rock goes by the name Pyura chilensis, and it actually contains skin, blood, muscles, guts and even a digestive tract inside of it.
Starting at just under $20,000, those with fat wallets and a flair for the macabre can purchase their very own shrunken heads, along with all sorts of unique items.
Paperboy 3: The Hard Way sees our beloved paperboy all grown up, seeking revenge for a string of paperboy murders. The paperboy has become a paper-man, and he's taking no prisoners in his quest to deliver street justice.
If you thought finding a spider in a bag of grapes was horrifying, then you aint seen nothing yet...
Marketing companies in Germany have finally figured out what you and I have known for years: that girls love horror. Now if only American companies could understand that. Anyway, a marketing company called Saint Elmo's combined zombies and technology to promote The Walking Dead.
What was that strange and mysterious commercial that aired during The Walking Dead's mid-season finale? Here's everything you need to know!
Krampus is gaining popularity in the States (no doubt thanks to all you monster-lovers) and an entire event is popping up in Los Angeles this month.
This season of The Walking Dead (based on the comic by producer Robert Kirkman) is on track to be one of the best seasons yet. It's receiving huge fan approval, and at the New York Comic Con the cast and crew gave fans some insight into the upcoming season and how they feel about their characters.