April 8, 2011
From the first time people sat around a campfire and scared each other with ghost stories and other tales of the supernatural, many have wondered if there was a grain of truth to the tales. More often than not, stories are simply stories, a means of entertainment, cautionary tales of morality or a way to keep children from straying too far. But, sometimes, there is a basis of fact in the tales and superstitions passed down for generations.
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