The Mothman is a moth-like cryptid reported to be seen in the Point Pleasant area of West Virginia. The first sighting was reported in November 12, 1966 in the Point Pleasant Register newspaper. The five eyewitnesses claimed that while they were digging a drag at a cemetery near Clendenin, WV, they see a moth-like man fly above their heads. Shortly after this report, more people began to see the Mothman.
Oscar the Death Cat was born in 2005. It was adopted as a kitten along with five over kittens and raised in Steere House Nursing and Rehabilitation Center in Providence, Rhode Island. The facility is billed as “pet friendly”. In July 2007, Oscar was featured in an article by David Dosa, a geriatrician and assistant at Brown University in the New England Journal of Medicine. According to many accounts of the nurses at Steere House, Oscar has the ability to predict the impending death of terminally ill patients. According to Dosa, this may be due to Oscar’s ability to smell ketones, the biochemicals released by dying cells. It may also have to do with Oscar’s ability to sense lack of motions in patients. Staffs at Steere House explains that Oscar would bury itself next to dying patients and sniff until it falls asleep. Patients would often die several hours later.
Dosa went on to write a book about Oscar in 2010 entitled, “Making Rounds with Oscar: The Extraordinary Gift of an Ordinary Cat”.
The Blue Lady Ghost is an apparition of a woman allegedly seen in and around Moss Beach Distillery Cage in Moss Beach, California. Her name comes from her the color of her attire. She is said to be from the Prohibition era due to the style of her clothes and the date of her first sighting.
The Distillery was built in 1927 (known as “Frank’s Place”) and became the main smuggled alcohol suppliers in California. Because the level of how refinement, police neglected to raid Frank’s Place for alcohol. Blue Lady Ghost’s origin is unknown, but locals describe that she died just around this era in Frank’s Place. She reportedly frequents the Moss Beach Distillery where she quietly sits inside the cafe or wanders around the beach overlooking the sea. Some reportings describe her blue attire to be bloodstained and ripped.
In an episode of Ghost Hunters, the Blue Lady’s existence have been disproven when a speaker was found hidden in the ladies room ceiling. The speaker transmitted pre-recordings of ghostly soundbites and creepy laughter. A two-way mirror with a flashing blue head was hidden behind the mirror of the room to give the effect that the Blue Lady Ghost is staring. It was concluded that the staffs at the Moss Beach Distillery planted these effects.
The Blue Albino Woman is well known in Topeka, Kansas. She is described to be a witch with bluish-white skin and long white hair. The legend goes that the Blue Albino Woman was a hated woman in her neighborhood, so much to the point of being murdered by local thugs. She was buried alive in the Rochester cemetery in Kansas. She is usually seen above her burial, walking around aimlessly at night. There has been hundreds of reportings in this area.
An incident in 2013 was reported by a couple who was allegedly choked by the Blue Albino Woman. While setting up a picnic in the cemetery, the girlfriend, Jessica Streeter and her unidentified boyfriend, alleged that a woman with “crazy eyes” started to scratch and choke Streeter. They managed to escape. In another incident, a young boy claimed that he was looking at mannequins in the department store and became horrified when one of the mannequins, described to be a blue albino woman, turned her head and faced him.