Authorities in England are sounding the alarm over a strange trend that started with a bizarre case of baked bean vandalism earlier this summer and has now become a bonafide craze throughout the country.
Cops in Florida are hoping to track down a self-proclaimed psychic who allegedly swindled a trio of men out of more than $50,000 and the woman in question may be the same purported sorceress who made headlines earlier this year for a similar scam.
Confirming the old adage that there is no honor among thieves, authorities in Namibia say that witch doctors in the country have been selling 'enchanted dolls' to criminals with the false promise that the objects will prevent them from being arrested.
A D.B. Cooper researcher who believes that evidence from the legendary skyjacking case might still be hidden somewhere in the wilderness of Washington state conducted a dig this past weekend in search of new clues to the nearly five-decade-old mystery.
An Australian man ordered to quarantine in a hotel as part of the country's strict efforts to thwart the spread of the coronavirus wound up in trouble with the law when he staged a rather daring escape from the building by way of a rope made of...
A police officer in Scotland is understandably quite embarrassed after she called her colleagues with concerns about being doggedly pursued by a mysterious drone that was later revealed to just be the planet Jupiter.
In an odd story out of Omaha, a woman contends that she was bilked out of a sizeable sum of money by a tarot card reader who allegedly pulled a rather brazen switcheroo on her in order to pilfer the funds.
An engineer in France believes that he has cracked the two remaining ciphers written by the infamous Zodiac Killer, but convincing other researchers has proven to be a far more difficult puzzle to solve.
A murder suspect in England has put forward something of a strange supernatural defense for a double slaying that he is accused of committing as the man contends that a centuries-old jinn is really responsible for the crime.
In a bizarre story out of Japan, a disgruntled pickle shop customer found himself in trouble with the law following a months-long feud wherein he would repeatedly spit on the ground in front of the store and curse them.
Authorities in Massachusetts were called upon to investigate the possible discovery of human remains after the crew of a paranormal television show stumbled upon something anomalous buried in a basement.