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I'll start.

>Busby's Stoop Chair
Stoop chairs are iconic, tall wooden chairs you still see across the United Kingdom. This particular chair, however, belonged to one Thomas Busby, an infamous killer from North Yorkshire who was pried out of his chair during his arrest and executed in a vicious manner. His chair was appropriated by a nearby inn, who turned it into something of a gimmick attraction, though the owners always avoided it themselves. That turned out to be the correct call, as the chair got quite the grisly reputation later down the line. While rumors stayed hushed for the first few hundred or so years, mostly a relic of a past felon, people began to notice an odd trend starting from the 1900s: people who sat in the chair, put plainly, wound up dead.

First it was some canucks, then it was a string of accidents and misfortune so peculiar it motivated the owners at the time to finally offload it (with a donation) to the Thirsk Museum, where it was hung up in the air, so as to prevent any further victims. Yet the story doesn't end there; to make matters worse, the chair linked to all these untimely deaths was finally examined by a professional... who determined it to be fraudulent. It was indeed very, very old, dated in the 1840s, but it was much too new to have ever been Busby's, too new by nearly 140 years.

If it wasn't Busby's chair, how had it wound up in this position, replacing the (historically verified) original- was 
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Torcello island in Venice's lagoon is host to Attila's Throne - an ancient stone chair named and supposedly sat on by the legendary leader of the Huns that sacked large parts of Roman Italy.

While its connection to the ancient warlord are questionable as the first settlers and the throne itself only arrived on Torcello in the 5th century (between 50 to 100 years after Attila's death), local legends still hold that whoever sits down on the throne will invariably return to Torcello - whether they like it or not.
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>>867
will I become attila if I sit on that
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>>869
Nope. The curse only means you will eventually return to Torcello.
I wish I could offer something more interesting, but haunted chairs aren't all that common.
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>>867
>buy chair
>feel like going on vacation to Torcello
>spent the last of my money on a haunted chair though
>feelsbadman.jfif
>sit on chair
>free trip
>>870
>haunted chairs aren't all that common
They are extremely common in haunted houses, it's the rural reason why some old chairs have hinges on the ends of the legs to nail them down in position.
The urban "or real" reason is to avoid people from moving or stealing them but a conventional family house should have no reason for having them.

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It's not really /x/ without a Bigfoot thread. Did you know the Ketchum study is done and freely accessible? The general consensus is that biblical giants (descendants of the nephilim) were/are bigfoots, that's why they are all over the planet. I haven't read the whole thing yet, but apparently the study indicates that Bigfoot DNA is the result of hybridisation of ancient middle eastern human females and "unknown" males.
Earlier attempts to study Bigfoot DNA always came back as "human" and were dismissed as contaminated, but it turns out that we should expect a "human" result after all.  
http://www.sasquatchgenomeproject.org/linked/novel-north-american-hominins-final-pdf-download.pdf
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>>227
Hey there, forgot i even posted in this thread until i saw the audio of Bigfoot, sorry for the long wait.
>the existence Bigfoot as anything other than something to be taken for granted
While i have been in contact with a couple of rez i am not considered an injun due to lol no welfare papers and not knowing that many people inside so they rarely talk openly about strange stuff other than UFOs, the Cow Killer (basically the Chupacabra) and the witches/warlocks. The one i remember knowing that delved in the paranormal only said Carlos Castaneda was a massive fraud, always laughed at that so that's the only thing i remember.
The only thing we have related to the big guy is the Mogollon Man, affectionately known by those who tell the tale (for kids to not go to the forests in the sierra) as "the negro", usually eating deer venison before spotting kids playing in the river, but after all this is told in the same vein as one would tell the tale of Red Hood.
>Webm related
Now that is interesting, the fact you had a hard time finding anything means something was scrubbed hard.
Although i have my doubts towards the red print thing, an image with such a boost in contrast might color cast in many ways, under the fallen tree there's even blue. But it does look like a dog pawn, but it is only one after all.
>Excavated area
I don't recall northern california forests having that much clay in the soil to tint a water spot that red but i can see it happening, but he does have a point that a creek should not have such a deep spot if it had a recently running water body soon-ish before.
>Dog chasing sasquatch
That one i do have my strong emotions towards it, dogs are brave and could be even trained to attack tanks if ruskies are to be believed (they do chase cars sometimes) but a dog "trained" to attack the one thing injuns say no animal would get near anywhere is a big declaration, yeah one could say it's a dog specially trained for anglo leaf yowi killers but that's a sizeable leap towards the idea.

>>235
Well that kinda gives context
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>9 months later
Bro.
Anyway, yes the massacre theory is interesting. I lean towards it being the real story, but I'm not totally convinced beyond all doubt either. Specifically Bobbie Short (who is where a lot of this came from) seems pretty flaky to me in some ways. 
>Now that is interesting, the fact you had a hard time finding anything means something was scrubbed hard
There were a lot videos scrubbed, interestingly youtube chose to do this under cover of their purge of q-anon videos. There were a number of interviews that I had watched previously that I wanted to post here that were deleted. It never occurred to me that they would go after Bigfoot stuff so I didn't bother to download them.
>selling a reel about the aftermath of the whole thing as part of a deal, like you say probably documenting it for glowniggers, sounds counter productive
I agree, but there may have been disagreements or different objectives among the group. There are a lot of strange circumstances around the film.

Regarding dogs, there are tons of accounts of them attacking or acting aggressively towards Bigfoot. It's not as common as cowering or running away, but it is reported to happen. I've had an encounter (one of a few, I lived in a tent on an abandoned logging road for months at one point) with a dog present and it bolted an
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>>849
>Popper was born in 1857 to a Jewish family
Of course, the Desert Conquest of Argentina is famous for its treachery and debauchery, there's also the whole famous story of argentinians using a bunch of africans to do the dirty work of killing hardened injuns along with eliminating some european settlers squatting on good land, in exchange they would give them some of the land conquered. After pulling most of the job they were recalled to a valley, got ambushed and were executed en mass.
Argentina is also the country with the most jews in latin america so no surprise there, if anything surprised the NatSocs used the northern parts of the country as refuge despite the amount of potential snitches, something that did happen as Eichelmann was snitched out later. I would've gone with Venezuela or Peru who were axis-friendly and had tons of german/italians already but oh well, guess they wanted something close to Antarctica.

>>856
>I lived in a tent on an abandoned logging road for months at one point
Did you post about that? because i recall an anon in the webring who lived in a "tent" on the wilderness but he posted from there too and posted pics of it.
>9 months later
:^) , but seriously i did quit IBs for a while and returned but only stuck in the cafe,
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>>857
>Did you post about that? because i recall an anon in the webring who lived in a "tent" on the wilderness but he posted from there too and posted pics of it.
No, that's not me, I've never mentioned it or posted pics before.
>i did quit IBs for a while
I need to get offline for a while myself.
>>853
Well yeah, but pyramid tips do happen. But not in this size.
>>854
>Looking at those pictures of Ona indians
>It's amazing how much these people look like hairless Bigfoot.
Yeah the indians look off and kind of burly. The simmilarities are striking.

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Spiral sky , portal ? Ovni , someone got more pics of the spiral
https://news.in-24.com/news/83211.html
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did someone say spiral?

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Something that struck me was was a vid of a "ghost interview" where the (of course highly accredited) ghost hunter used some kind of electronic tool to communicate with the spirit.
He asked the ghost a series of Yes-No questions, with "Yes" being marked by a spike on the tool's sensor, while "No" was the absence thereof.
As a further bit of info, the supposed ghost was that of a previous tenant of the building, who had died about two decades earlier.

Long story short, one of the questions by the ghost hunter was "Are you dead?", which provoked no response. The immediate follow-up  was "Are we dead?", which caused the instrument to light up like a Christmas tree.

Leaving aside the possibility that the vid was pure bogus like 99% of the alleged ghost hunter vids, I think the multiverse theory is fairly plausible. The interesting question would be whether or not multiple universes and/or realities could overlap to the point that entities from one universe could partially manifest in another universe; if only in areas where the respective 'border' was thin enough.
I highly doubt they come from different universes. I think ghost are just trapped souls who were punished or cursed to not arrive on heaven.
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>I think ghost are just trapped souls who were punished or cursed to not arrive on heaven.
You mean, they live in a limbo-ish reality? That's what I think. I mean, if they really exist they are more like trapped souls in our reality than living all together in other universe. They live in our world, but they don't behave as us, take for example some japanese classic legends. They are entities who live in a specific area and only appear before/after something trigger them to show up.

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Seeing as the thread over at /b/ is basically dead I thought it would be best to do it again here. Let's make an iceberg same rule apply as to the previous thread, pick a layer and a subject and I'll put it in if not I'll put it some where random. Also as a side I made an iceberg out of the list an anon made in the previous thread (pic related)
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Ozark water people (tier 2)
Jesus was an ancient alien (tier 2)
CIA heart attack ray gun (tier 3)
Zoarastrian death pits (tier 3)
Skinwalkers (tier 3)
The world ended in 2012 (tier 4)
Antarctic nazis (tier 4)
Russia won the cold war (tier 4)
Moon nazis (tier 5)
Mountains are giant tree stumps (tier 6)
The universe was created, and ends, today (tier 8)
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>>811
>Zoarastrian death pits
Do you mean dakhmas or was there some occult sinister practice taken up with some practitioners?
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>>811
Here you go. Glad to see this thread is still going

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Post your ayylmaos and related content.
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theyre just useful now for propagandic purposes in their greater nwo goal

theyre demons
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Richard L. Thompson's 'Parallels' is a very good book on the UFO phenomenon and its overlap with the Vedic worldview. Some people were talking about ayys over on 16chan's /fascist/ and recommended this to me. Very much worth the read.
Pretty gud read:
https://www.dailywire.com/news/bombshell-ufo-report-u-s-military-encounters-ufos-every-day-that-far-exceed-its-tech-capabilities
https://archive.is/wip/wjYS9

>Lue Elizondo, former U.S. Military official that led the U.S. government’s effort to investigate UAP: “Imagine a technology that can do 600-to-700 g-forces, that can fly at 13,000 miles an hour, that can evade radar and that can fly through air and water and possibly space. And oh, by the way, has no obvious signs of propulsion, no wings, no control surfaces and yet still can defy the natural effects of Earth’s gravity. That’s precisely what we’re seeing.”

>Elizondo on explanations for what people are witnessing: “In some cases there are simple explanations for what people are witnessing. But there are some that, that are not. We’re not just simply jumping to a conclusion that’s saying, ‘Oh, that’s a UAP out there.’ We’re going through our due diligence. (...) Ultimately when you have exhausted all those what ifs and you’re still left with the fact that this is in our airspace and it’s real, that’s when it becomes compelling, and that’
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Germans aren't the first ayys, but there testimonies about Nordic Nazi Germans who have visited people from time to time. 

http://entityart.co.uk/ufology-explained-the-german-breakaway-group-psyops-disinfo-antarctica-reptilians-aliens-u-boats-nazi-ufos-technology-flying-saucers/
My link gives some answers and information concerning the German saucers and possibility that Germany made first into space. Although any of the UFOs that the US government claims to exist are either lies or incompetence from the military and intelligence agencies.

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https://www.news.com.au/national/south-australia/somerton-mans-body-to-be-exhumed-in-south-australia-more-than-70-years-after-he-was-found-on-a-beach/news-story/d5a873ce1df17a0dce6bfbd02c66502d

Guess whom they dug up again?
The Taman Shud/Somerton Man case is not necessarily spooky, but still interesting in regard to how bizarre it is. For those who've never heard of it, here's a TL/DR:

>December 1st, 1948, Somerton, Australia
>Man turns out dead when other passerby thought he was sleeping in drunk stupor with his back against a sea wall.
>No identification papers or wallet
>All labels on the clothing he wore had been removed
>Only other objects on him was a train ticket, a bus ticket, chewing gum, and a packet of cigarettes with cigarettes of a different brand inside.
>(Likely) cause of death: Barbiturate or soporific poisoning
>It also was deemed likely that the Somerton man was only put in his resting position post-mortem.

>Authorities later found (what is thought to be) his suitcase at the Adelaide railway station. It and all clothing inside had the labels removed.
>They later also find a scrap of paper with the words "Tamam Shud" in a fob pocket within the man's trouser pocket. A phrase from the "Rubaiyat of Omar Khayyam", which itself is an English translation of quatraint poems attributed to the 12th century Persian poet.
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This seems like it was taken straight out of Paratime. Like an agent of the home timeline got stranded and suicided or got assassinated.
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>>777
Silly anon, drop bears wouldn't have left an intact corpse. Also, checked.
My money's still on the spy route, especially given that his corpse supposedly was moved to the location where he was found post-mortem. Without that detail, I could have also imagined the suicidal schizo route.

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>>634 (OP) 
I didn't see jack shit
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>>636
Looks like a dog to me. Very spooky.
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>>634 (OP) 
This is probably definitely a chort or a domovoy.
barn jew
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>>781
Barn nigger.

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Before I get started, I want to say this picture is not what Uncle Larry looks like. Or at least not how he looked like to me.

I'm from an eastern European country that starts with S. I currently work in a home for the elderly. My shift stops at 9pm, when the night shift comes in. I don't have a car, so I take the bus to get back home. As I live in a rural part of my country, there rarely is anyone else at the bus station at 9pm.

One day I sit there at the bus stop, and this man aged fifty comes up and sits next down to me. He greets me like I am family. I greet him back like he's family. Like I have always known him. Uncle Larry, which is his name, brings up old stories. Like how he got so drunk on the wedding of my mother he pushed over the table with the buffet. Or how he bribed the police when he and my father got stopped in a traffic control on their way to the hospital where I was born - also while drunk.

We get into the bus, and Uncle Larry tells more stories. I laugh at them, because I remember them. Crazy old stories from a crazy old uncle. When I get out of the bus, Uncle Larry gives me a clap on the shoulder, but stays inside the bus.


You will know this story makes no sense. First, there are no "Larries" where I come from. Plenty of Ivans and Antons, but surely no English Larries. Second, I of course have no uncle called "Larry". Third, I could not possibly remember something happening on the wedding of my mother or from the hospital where I was born 
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I'm not really knowledgeable about Slovenia, but was it ever under British (or generally English-speaking) occupation in the aftermath of WWII? If this Larry entity or entities have an English name, it would be par for the course if it had some form of historic precedent.
pics of him or it didn't happen
Do you think it could be some equivalent of the Domovoy watching over you and your friends?
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>>749
Not OP, but I don't think Domovoys are supposed to leave the house of their family. Or at least not to the extend they randomly show up on a bus.
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>>752
Good point. That's the only thing I could think of at the time.

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In many ghost stories, you either have ghosts that can actively respond to their surroundings much like a living person would, or ghosts that regularly show up and seem entirely oblivious of anyone or anything else while they repeat a specific action (such as say, the last few moments before their demise).

Long story short, do you think these two both qualify as "ghosts" or are they fundamentally different entities? I remember reading something in some old 2000s forum which effectively speculates those ghosts who only repeat one action aren't 'proper' ghosts in that their soul already passed on and what we see is just some sort of psychic echo that was imprinted on the locale they haunt due to their usually traumatic death.
Meanwhile, those ghosts who could still react to various stimuli were 'still there' as proper ghosts. Curiously, old people suffering from dementia and Alzheimers supposedly are especially prone to turning into ones because their minds are too eroded to note they have died; leading to angry reactions when perfect strangers invade "their" home.
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>>643 (OP) 
>I remember reading something in some old 2000s forum which effectively speculates those ghosts who only repeat one action aren't 'proper' ghosts in that their soul already passed on 
>and what we see is just some sort of psychic echo that was imprinted on the locale they haunt due to their usually traumatic death
In the folklore of Central Europe, after death the soul goes to Heavem or Hell. If they go to Hell, their body and/or spirit/mind(hence why the German word for spirit and mind is the same: Geist) might turn into an undead as a warning to the living not to sin. While these undead walk the earth, regardless if they are corporeal or uncorporeal, they still can feel their souls burning and suffering in Hell which is the reason most undead wail, screech and howl and show erratic behavior.
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>>652
I don't get the difference - wouldn't the spirit and the 'Geist' be synonymous?
Moreover, this wouldn't explain the nature of those ghosts who only repeat a single sequence.
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>>686
>I don't get the difference - wouldn't the spirit and the 'Geist' be synonymous?
The difference is that the spirit/mind and the soul are different things. The body is composed of body, spirit and soul and while the soul goes to heaven or hell, your body and/or spirit can still haunt the physical world as a warning to the living.
>Moreover, this wouldn't explain the nature of those ghosts who only repeat a single sequence.
The spirit suffers from dementia with age, becuase like the body it is not immortal like the soul. Additionally the spirit can be forced the repeat an action as punishment similar how Sisyphus was punished in Greek Mythology.
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>>694
Could you elaborate on the difference between the spirit and the soul? I always thought the two were synonymous.

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