Dead Grandmother Appears In Ceremony Photo

(PCM) A lot of creepy occurrences take place each and every day and many people often take the time to share these strange and unusual stories via sites such as Reddit and more. Such is the paranormal case of Grandma Lori who sadly died before seeing her grandson graduate to become a priest.

There are various theories floating around as to why ghosts appear to linger around our world and one of the most common is that they have some sort of unfinished business or situation. When people talk about being haunted by a ghost it is usually scary in nature, however in the case of Grandma Lori, her reason for sticking around is apparently to show pride in her family.


Grandma Lori was diagnosed with a terminal illness just before her grandson was able to complete his studies to join the priesthood. She told him she wanted to live long enough to see him become a priest, however sadly she passed away a mere two weeks prior to the ceremony.

The family took tons of photos at ceremony which was of course bittersweet due to Grandma Lori’s recent passing. When looking through the photographs after the ceremony the family was shocked to discover a figure that appears to be Grandma Lori proudly standing behind a bouquet of flowers in the church, watching on as her grandson completes the ceremony.

Photo taken at priesthood ceremony.

Once shared the story of Grandma Lori has gone viral. Do you think it is an optical illusion or did Grandma Lori make an appearance at the ceremony from beyond the grave?  Let us know what you think!

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Mans Theory About What Happens When We Die Is Stirring Up A Huge Debate

(PCM) The mystery of what exactly happens when we die has plagued humankind since as far back as we can recall. Religious followers will explain that the soul gets transported directly to heaven, while non-religious types will sometimes say that absolutely nothing happens at all. Others believe in various types of reincarnation where our soul returns to Earth immediately inhabited in a different body to begin the process of life all over again.

There have been countless books, films and TV programs created about this particular subject and it is one that is always highly debated even to this very day. One man in particular has revealed his theory about what happens after we die and the internet is quickly becoming obsessed. A young man named Samuel Murray, who people are beginning to call a prophet, posted his thoughts on the subject via Facebook and then quickly went viral.

Murray’s post read:

What if when we die the light at the end of the tunnel is the light to another hospital room, there we are born and the only reason you come out crying is because you remember everything from your past life and you’re crying at the fact that you died and lost everything, as you grow you start to forget your past life and focus on the life you have now, but patches of memory stay behind and that memory causes deja vu. Think ’bout that for a second..

Murray’s posting was shared over 133,000 times with majority of people leaving comments that their minds had been blown and they found his words to be incredibly profound. Other comments were not so supportive, as some claimed all Murray was really doing was explaining the basic definition of reincarnation and others went for complete logic saying if Murray’s theory were true than the world’s population would stay the same as we would be constantly reincarnating to replace ourselves and no new lives would be created.

What do you think of Murray’s theory?  What do you think happens when we die?

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It Is Raining Dead Birds In New Jersey

(PCM) It is probably not the sign of a very good omen when as many as 200 dead birds rain out of the sky, however that is exactly what occurred in the community of Stowe Township in Cumberland County, New Jersey.

Residents in the area are completely freaked out and local environmental specialists are scratching their heads after over 200 red-winged blackbirds fell dead from the sky near a small housing development off of Frank Davis Road. There has been no logical explanation for the incident, but it certainly can’t be good … that’s for sure! New Jersey Department of Environmental Protection

The incident was described by residents as terrifying as the birds literally just fell from the sky. This incident occurred right before Thanksgiving of 2016 and was the second time it has happened in just a few week time period which makes this all the more freaky.

The New Jersey Department of Environmental Protection has been investigating the incident, but thus far all the results have come up inconclusive, The agency found that the birds died as a result of broken necks and internal bleeding suffered during the fall from the sky, but as to exactly what made them fall in the first place is becoming quite a large mystery.

The agency has ruled out any type of pesticides or toxic compounds found in the wheat seeds nearby, so experts are completely puzzled as to what could have caused this terrifying incident to occur. It is a bit odd that the incident seems to be confined to one particular area and residents are still feeling a bit uneasy and continue to be on high alert.

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A Collection Of Some Strange And Unusual New Year’s Eve Traditions From Around The World

(PCM) As we gear up to ring in the New Year we got to thinking about some of the more strange and unusual customs and traditions for celebrating New Year’s Eve all over the world. Each country does something a little different. While some consist of traditional celebratory measures such as champagne toasting and making merry with family and friends others take a bit of a different approach for ringing in the New Year and ensuring a year full of good health and prosperity.

For instance, in Spain it is customary to consume 12 grapes that must be eaten at the stroke of midnight. Each grape supposedly signifies good luck for one month of the coming year. Surprisingly we have heard of this one before and even used to partake in this particular custom in our younger years.  In Colombia, people carry empty suitcases around the block once the clock strikes twelve in hopes of having a traveled filled year.

In Japan people traditionally wear a mask that symbolized the zodiac animal for the coming year and in Denmark old plates and glasses are thrown at the front door to friends and relatives homes and also everyone stands on a chair just before midnight and leaps off at midnight as a way to jump into the coming year. In South Africa, be careful whose window you are walking under as people there toss old appliances out the window at midnight.

People of Finland toss molten pieces of tin into a flame and then analyze their shapes to predict what is to come in the New Year. For example, a ring or heart shape means a wedding in the coming year whereas a pig shape means an abundance of food for the year. A tradition called “first-footing” is practiced in Scotland and it consists of whoever is the first individual to walk across the threshold of a home in the New Year needs to carry with them a gift of luck. Whiskey is traditionally used for this custom and it is celebrated all over the country.

In Estonia it is tradition to make an attempt at eating seven times on New Years Eve. This is to ensure that there will be a plethora of food for the coming year, as the myth is that if a man ate seven times, he was rumored to have the strength of seven men in the coming year. In South American countries such as Brazil, Ecuador, and Bolivia it is customary to wear new underwear to bring in the New Year. The most popular colors for the lucky New Years Eve underwear are red and yellow as red symbolized love in the New Year and yellow signifies money and wealth.

People in Argentina wear brand new pink underwear to attract love and also make sure to take their very first step at midnight using their right foot, to be sure the New Year begins on the “right foot” to be a bit cliche.  In Australia, pots and pans are banged on the street at midnight and in Chile eating a spoonful of lentils at midnight ensures a year full of wealth and prosperity. And finally in Russia, write down a wish on a piece of paper, burn it, throw it into a champagne glass, and drink it before 12:01 am.

Do your family and friends have any odd New Years Eve traditions? If so, we’d love to hear about them…leave us a comment below or on Facebook!

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Can Someone Please Find This Girls Missing Legs? We Are Losing Our Minds!

(PCM) Everyone, especially folks on the internet, love a good photo debate. Need we remind you about “The Dress”?  This time the mystery surrounds a photo that shows six young women perched on a couch, however there are only five pairs of legs that are visible. Seriously, take a look:

Take careful note of the third woman from the left. Where are her freaking legs????  There have been quite a few theories, such as that the young lady is sitting spread eagle or that her legs are draped across the lap of the girl sitting next to her, but none really seem to be panning out. Perhaps she actually has no legs at all!  Either way, if you can help us solve this mystery it would be greatly appreciated!

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Mysterious Ghost Shark Caught On Camera For The Very First Time

(PCM) Researcher at the Monterery Bay Aquarium Research Institute are beyond excited to have just captured the first ever live footage of a ghost shark, also known as a chimaera, swimming about in the depths of the ocean. The news was revealed by the folks at National Geographic.

Ghost sharks are rarely, if ever seen by humans, and actually have never been viewed alive until now. These creatures, who pre-date even the dinosaurs, live so far at the bottom of the ocean that they are usually never discovered until they are dead. The chimaras are a cross between both a shark and a ray and come from a breed that split off nearly 300 million years ago.

It turns out that the footage of the ghost shark in action was actually a bit of an accident. The researchers who discovered the footage were actually geologists who were working on a different projects and looking at footage of dives which took place off the coast of Hawaii and California back in 2009. The researchers noticed that a small white shark kept bumping it’s nose into the camera and realized that particular shark resembled the chimaera species.

Further research leads to the ghost shark creature actually being a pointy-nose blue chimaera who mostly reside off the coast of New Zealand. How the creature ended up in the Hawaii/California area is still a larger mystery to unravel, but certainly one that researchers hope to solve in the near future. You can see the ghost shark in action below:

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