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Helped an Elf to Give Birth to Her Child

Dear readers this is the story which happened in my mother’s family and has been quoted generation by generation. The story was said by my mother’s grandmother’s aunt. She told it to her children. I will tell her story here as below:

Many years a ago, when technology hadn’t been developed, in each community there were women who were skillful in helping women to give birth and they were called midwife. My mothers’ grandmother’s aunt was a midwife. She was a brave, cool, wise and contriver woman. It is quoted that in hard situations she tried to save both life of mother and infant. She also went to neighbor villages to help Lucina women. Coldness of weather, difficulty of ways and etc. couldn’t prevent her from helping Lucina women. She described the event for her children as below:

It was a cold and dark night. The wind ululated. No one was in the alleys. All the people were in their …

January 25th, 2012 by Caretaker 

Odd Things About Local Troupe

I learned about this story from my late uncle about 30 years ago, when I was around 7 or 8 -years old. The story is so indelibly scary that it always haunted me, in particular I was alone.

My uncle used to be an amateur actor for a local folk troupe and often made a tour performance in our province. In many people’s eyes, he is a knowledgeable and can entertain people by many interesting things. But about his career, he rarely talk too much. One night, to keep me out of mischief, uncle told me about the story. As you know, Surrounding the opera there are many taboos, one of these taboos is that as you performing on a stage, if you perceived anything weird or paranormal, you’d better not to notify people around of that and you should otherwise get yourself into trouble, at least the unclean would haunt you and worst, you will risk your neck. These …

August 14th, 2011 by Caretaker 
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Li and the Malicious Spell

Once there was a man called Li who is notorious in our home town for his letch. His neighboring girl, raped by him as a young woman, later committed suicide ashamed. And Li even unashamedly coveted his beautiful niece and was caught being take advantage of her. So one night, as Li went out, some one take a revenge on him by placing a kitchen knife deep in his leg. In one word, Li was a morally corrupt kid and scorned by everyone.

And most intolerable to villagers, Li mastered a malicious spell. Wrapping a woman’s hair up in a sheet of paper marked with her name and birthday, Li only recite a spell, burning the paper, and then the woman would came to Li’s bedside, thus Li could do whatever he want on the woman. For this reason, Li had become a common enemy of the village male and got beaten from time to time, but just as an …

August 13th, 2011 by Caretaker 

The Man Watching an Opera

Once there was a man in our village, called Zhao, who was infamous for not keeping his promise to others. And with time passed by, almost every one around has fallen into his victim, including his family members. So people agreed unanimously, Zhao was born with this personality and he can not get rid of it for ever. And except this shortcoming, Zhao was quite a kind man, eager to help people in need.

One night, Zhao went into the town to take part in his nephew’s wedding ceremony. And during the party, Zhao had lot of alcohol and soon got drunk. So Zhao’s nephew arranged Zhao to sleep over at a friend’s shop.

At midnight, Zhao wakened thirst and found himself in a room littered with paper money, paper flower, realizing this is a shop selling funeral items, Zhao was upset. And it was too late, Zhao had to given up the idea of find a new sleep place. …

August 12th, 2011 by Caretaker 

Coffin Decorating Craftsman and the Stinking Corpse

Once coffin-decorating craftsman, surnamed Wang, was summoned to a village house to bury a young man, surnamed Zhu.Viewing that the deads relatives all stood outside rather than entering the room. Wang was curious and asked a man nearby “why not getting into the room, what happened?” “the corpse stinks heavily” the man murmured. Wang sniffed, there came a smell which he had not encountered during his 20 years career, a smell from both corpse and something odd.

Aspiring to identify where the smell came from, Wang came into the room and unveil the cloth covering the dead’s face. What he saw frightened him, he later recalled, for the dead’s face had been scratched to white bones, his hair also being pulled away, head dotted with tiny red spots. Repressing his impulse to vomit, Wang turned to the dead’s father, an hunchback “tell me the truth, otherwise I will quit” Hesitantly, the hunchback told Wang about his dead son.

The dead, …

August 1st, 2011 by Caretaker 

The Phone Ghost Legend

This story is very popular in the town where we used to live in; it might have been an internet phenomenon if it was known today, there are a few versions of the story made by people based on how they were able to relate to it, I don’t know much about them but here’s how I knew the story as to how I experienced it.

My relation with the story began when my younger sister told me about the phone ghost story, it’s about a certain phone number, the phone number to hell they say, when you call that number around 12 midnight you’ll hear the devil’s voice mumbling, saying all sorts of mumbo jumbos, if you listen long enough or until the devil hangs up, you’ll be doomed before 12:01, sounds like your old fashioned school viral story right? But as I grew familiar with the events I found out that there was more to it.

Of course …

July 6th, 2011 by Caretaker 

The Stories of My Ancestors

My grandparents were from Bulgaria, and from a few countries after that, as far as my myth of our heritage, I think we’re a Germanic family, I cannot know the truth however, nobody in my family knows. Well anyway, my family lived in Bulgaria, I do not know which province, yet my mother and my grandmother told me stories of their paranormal, they told the truth, I believe them because a few things happened to me. My mother told me of the Ghost Bride, who was killed before marrying, I don’t know how, however the Bride was a good lady, often coming into peoples’ houses and washing their dishes at night, wearing her wedding clothes. However, the most important story is the Dwarfs of Bulgaria.

My great grandfather was a high-ranked soldier in the Army and apparently he had wonderful sapphire eyes, and my other great-grandfather who had emerald eyes, like mine. My great-grandfather who had blue eyes’ name was …

December 8th, 2010 by Caretaker 

The Mayan Apocalypse Doomsday Theory

I just wanted to comment on the Mayan Apocalypse Doomsday theory ( The End of the World and 2012 ) story that is posted on your site. I have enjoyed reading the stories.

I’ve always been intrigued with studying the Mayan calendar. My studies have brought me to learn that the Mayan myth never believed 2012 was the end of the world. It was NEVER deemed as a doomsday theory, that is ONLY what modern people today have warped it into. They were jealous, excited, and wished they could have experienced 2012, because it was a day of great spiritual awakening, people who survived the destruction leading up to that day, would get to witness the world renewed and great peace.

They believed we had been in cycles before. You’ll have to research the complex math. The fact of the Mayan myth, was that it was a theory of a new age. NOT the end of the world. There are …

October 14th, 2010 by Caretaker 

The Rosa Witch Legend

In the early 1800s, William Wolcott moved his family from North Carolina to California, the area we now know as Sonoma County. They settled in the small town of Jose Ramon, which later became Santa Rosa. Wolcott purchased some land and a small hotel his family soon called home. The Wolcott’s had three children: the eldest Billy followed by Dennis and Tracie whom they called by her middle name Aileen. Over the next several years William acquired more land, increasing his holdings to 472 acres. A number of acres were used for pumpkins and grape vineyards. The townspeople took a grand liking to the Wolcott’s and appointed William as the county marshal for many years.

On a day like any other, William Wolcott was inspecting his pumpkin patch that grew behind the hotel, when he saw a figure in the middle of the patch. As he approached, the figure took shape of an elderly woman hunched over as if she …

August 19th, 2010 by Caretaker 

Strange Experience in the Bermuda Triangle

Has anybody ever had this experience? I really need an explanation, it has bothered me since it happened.

Last July 12, 2009, my husband, sister and brother in law were on a cruise from Ft. Lauderdale to Key West. Late that night I looked at my cell phone and the date said Nov. 13, 1999. We should have been somewhere in the very western part of the Bermuda Triangle according to the maps I’ve researched.

The next morning in Key West it was back to normal July 13, 2010. I have a pretty new phone, it didn’t even exist in 1999. This date in 1999 was a few months before my dad died in an accident that could have been prevented.

My sister and I talked about it and decided to try to make a call if it did it again while we were coming back. Sure enough when we came back 4 days later it happened again the night …

June 14th, 2010 by Caretaker 

The Legend of Evil Bobby Yoshino

Way back when, during the gold rush into California thousands of Asians arrived seeking gold, along with hundreds of thousands of Americans. I call them DOEIs, or descendants of European Ancestors.  These “good Americans”, brought with them all the ugly, nasty customs of racism, hate, greed, violence and what ever else you want add. After a few years the good Americans decided there too many nasty Asians in California, even though all of them lived usually on the outskirts of town, and away from what they consider “polite society”. They were chased away from the towns and sometimes formed their own towns, like Locke along the river on land no one else wanted. The land was always flooded in the spring and a muddy mess most of the year, which is why there was so much suffering and illness among that population.

When the wave of violence was unleashed upon the Chinese immigrants thousands of Japanese people got caught up …

May 27th, 2010 by Caretaker 

The Mystery of Count St. Germain

The Count of St. Germain is a mysterious character that first appeared in 1710. He was known as a famous adventurer of the 18th century, who was known throughout Europe as “the miracle man”. Not much is known about his true identity, with varying stories of his origin including The son of Francis II Rákóczi, the Prince of Transylvania, Francis Bacon, true heir to the Throne of England, The illegitimate son of Maria Anna of Pfalz-Neuburg, the widow of Charles II of Spain, and the son of John V, the king of Portugal. Even more strangely, according to witnesses, he had lived for at least two hundred years, while hardly changing his appearance with nearly god-like powers.

The mystery of Saint Germain may never be solved because of his own apparent self-mythologizing which is deepened since his name was seemingly invented by him as a French version of the Latin Sanctus Germanus, meaning “Holy Brother.” As mentioned earlier, his first …

March 6th, 2010 by Caretaker 
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