Ever since the invention of the internet there have been websites and information that we would probably rather have not known about. Things that you might stumble upon that is like watching a train wreck. You know it’s either complete b.s. or it’s simply something that will be keeping you from sleeping for at least a few days. The beauty of the internet is that you can find out pretty much anything you ever wanted to know. The bad thing about the internet is that you can find out pretty much everything you ever wanted to know. Here are 21 creepy Wikipedia pages you’ll wish you never knew about.
Joyce Carol Vincent (19 October 1965 – c. December 2003) was a British woman whose death went unnoticed for more than two years as her corpse lay undiscovered in her London bedsit. Prior to her death, Vincent had cut off nearly all contact with those who knew her. She resigned from her job in 2001, and moved into a shelter for victims of domestic abuse. Around the same time, she began to reduce contact with friends and family. She died in her bedsit around December 2003 with neither family, co-workers, nor neighbours taking notice. Her remains were discovered on 25 January 2006, with the cause of death believed to be either an asthma attack or complications from a recent peptic ulcer.
The Flatwoods monster (also known as the Braxton County Monster or Phantom of Flatwoods) in West Virginia folklore, is an entity reported to have been sighted in the town of Flatwoods in Braxton County, West Virginia, United States, on September 12, 1952, following the appearance of a bright object crossing the night sky. Nearly fifty years later, investigators concluded that the light was a meteor and the creature was a barn owl perched in a tree, with shadows making it appear to be a large humanoid.
A man washed up on the shore of Adelaide, Australia in a very awkward position. His legs were crossed pointing to the ocean and his arms pointing in different unnatural directions. He had a note in his pocket with the words, “Tamun Shud” which means “finished” in Persian. That’s only one of the oddities in this unsolved case.
According to Wikipedia, Scaphism is a Persian method of torture where a person was tied to the interior of two boats. One placed on top of the other. The person was fed milk and honey and set in a stagnant pond to wither in the sun. The person would literally be eaten alive by insects.
5. Rat King
A rat king is when a large group of rats becomes stuck together with feces, dirt, ice, blood, or simply become tangled together. This is disgusting!
This is a very rare illness when a person is completely convinced they are dead or do not exist, when in fact they are still alive.
In February of 1959, nine hikers went missing on Dyatlov Pass, Russia. When their tent was discovered it was torn open and the bodies were found barefoot with no sign of a struggle. Many theories exist like extraterrestrial activity or secret weapon testing, and of course avalanche.
This Wikipedia page will haunt you with the details of being buried alive while you are completely helpless to save yourself. No thank you!
These two conjoined twins lived most of their life completely mute. They spoke to no one but each other and their other sister. They decided that for one or the other to live a “normal” life, the other must sacrifice herself. The story about these two is fascinating and what they went through after making that decision is very interesting.
This is the story of an unsolved murder where an entire family and their maid were killed with an axe! This is what makes horror movies!
Black eyed children are paranormal creatures who resemble children ages 6-16. They are very pale and have blonde hair with deep black eye sockets. They are found hitchhiking or panhandling. Some are said to have been found on the doorsteps of residential homes. Now how can I trust any kids?
Tarrare was a French man who lived in the 18th century. He had an appetite that could not be filled no matter how hard he tried. He developed a desire to eat things out of the norm trying to stop his cravings. He is said to have eaten “a meal intended for 15 people in one sitting … live cats … puppies,” and even once ate “an eel whole without chewing.”
This is a radio station that broadcasts “short, monotonous” tones all day long and on “very rare occasions” a voice transmission in Russian. No one is entirely sure of its purpose.
The Pope Lick Monster lives under a train bridge in Kentucky. The “human-goat hybrid with a grotesquely deformed body of a man” uses a blood stained axe to kill his victims.
15. Benjamin Kyle
Benjamin Kyle is a 69-year-old man who was found in Georgia in 2004. He is a very special case because neither he nor the government have any idea who he is. Nobody has been able to find any family or friends that can identify him. Kyle is “the only American citizen officially listed as missing despite his whereabouts being known.”
Locked In Syndrome is a condition where the victim is completely unable to move any part of their body other than their eyes. Essentially you are trapped within your own body.
18. Shadow Person
Here is an entire article about the accounts of people who were visited by a “shadow” in the middle of the night. Horrifying!
19. Clinton Road
It’s debatable that this is the most terrifying road in the United States. Located in New Jersey, it is constantly haunted with ghosts and paranormal sightings, sightings of satanic rituals, and other scary things. If that’s not enough, it is said to have the longest traffic light in the country! NOOOOOOOO!!!!!
20. Coffin Birth
This horribly terrifying situation is when the gasses of a deceased pregnant woman cause a postmortem “coffin birth”.
This roller coaster was designed to help people commit suicide. It would lift them 1,670 feet into the air in order to gain speed before entering 7 loops. The G-Force created would be enough to kill each passenger.
The internet is a scary place.