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The Crying Madonna of the Grotto PDF Print E-mail
Written by Raymond Fenech   
Saturday, 24 January 2009

I have heard so many times in the news about statues of Our Lady crying tears of blood, but could hardly ever dream that I would experience a similar incident that happened in Malta in 1999.

Crying statues of Our Lady seem to have increased in recent years, with incidents reported in various areas around the world. Among these was a village called Grangecon, in County Wicklow, Southern Ireland in 1995; in a small community of Franciscan Sisters in Gebegamay, Benin, Africa, and in Civitavecchia, Italy, both incidents occurring in 1997; as well as in 1998 at Mura, a village about 50km north of Barcelona. Other similar strange phenomena were also reported in various places among them, USA, Australia, Mexico, Puerto Rico, Spain and Trinidad.

Last Updated ( Sunday, 25 January 2009 )
The Barguest (Il-Wahhx) PDF Print E-mail
Written by Ray Fenech   
Saturday, 24 January 2009

Dogs offer a very interesting knowledge in the paranormal because they do not always perform the role of ghosts. Usually investigators tend to be reminded inevitably of the famous black dog or the Barguest and for Malta based ghost hunters, Il-Wahhx.

This phantom hound is notorious for the great fear that its presence can cause because throughout the centuries most people who have had experiences of apparitions have always ended up having bad luck. The Barguest is known to be the fore bearer of bad news. Some eye witnesses have even gone as far as attributing a resemblance of the animal to the famous legendary werewolf.

Last Updated ( Saturday, 24 January 2009 )
The Mynydd Illtud Ghost PDF Print E-mail
Written by Raymond Humphreys   
Friday, 23 January 2009
The Brecon Beacons Mountain Centre, just off the main A470 North Wales - South Wales road near the village of Libanus, is a superb facility. With the popular restaurant and imaginative displays in the Centre, it is the ideal spot to break a long journey. And a walk on Mynydd Illtud Common, with its fine views of Pen-y-fan, Corn Du, and many other peaks of the Beacons Range, makes for a pleasant way for the motorist to stretch his or her legs and refresh a mind jaded from too long a period behind the steering wheel.
Last Updated ( Sunday, 25 January 2009 )
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