1887: Haunted by a Fire Spook

A case of spontaneous fires in a home in the town of Woodstock, New Brunswick is the subject of the following article published in the Bangor, Maine Daily Whig on August 10, 1887: Woodstock, N.B., is greatly excited, says a “Boston Herald” dispatch, over the strange and inexplicable scenes which have been enacted in a little, two-story frame house on Victoria street, occupied by Reginald C. Hoyt, a picture frame dealer, who does business on Main street, a few doors above the Wilbur House. His family, consisting of his wife, five children, and two nieces, are in a state of mental fear, dread, and anxiety, and will probably vacate the house at once. Between eleven o’clock, Friday morning, and noon, Saturday, no less than forty fires broke out in various parts of the house, and bedding, furniture, window shades, clothing, and various household articles were partially destroyed. Only untiring […] Read More

2012: Strange Day in Toronto

During the past three years I have been searching for follow-up information related to a series of strange incidents that occurred in the L’Amoreaux neighborhood of North York in metro Toronto, Ontario. On the late afternoon of July 26, 2012 a girl in her late teens and her boyfriend were returning home from the movies. As they approached her home they noticed a strange looking woman with startling gothic makeup and long black hair who was dressed in a long black dress and high-heel shoes walking towards them as they pulled into the driveway. Even though the vehicle had dark tinted windows, the girl stated that “the woman made eye-to-eye contact with me.” Alarmed by this frightening stranger, they immediately backed out of the driveway and pulled away from the location. The boyfriend decided to circle the neighborhood and then return back to his girlfriend’s home. As the girl […] Read More

2011: The Strange Case Of Karin Catherine Waldegrave

In 2011 something strange happened on Facebook. People were made aware of the hundreds of unnerving messages that were posted by a Canadian woman named Karin Catherine Waldegrave. Her messages read like the ramblings of a deranged conspiracy theory kook, however it wasn’t what she said that unnerved many. It was the fact that she was having a conversation with her own self. Five hundred to seven hundred cryptic replies within a twelve hour period. Soon after the messages stopped and were removed. And with it went Karin’s Facebook account. Leaving behind questions and the mystery of what happened to Karin Catherine Waldegrave. According to her Facebook profile, Karin Catherine Waldegrave was born in London and studied at the University of Toronto, Canada. Earning herself a Ph.D. during her time there. According to her profile she is well traveled and speaks several different languages including  French, Estonian, Latvian, English, Russian, Gallic, […] Read More

1996: SECRET TORONTO BILDERBERG MEETING

We present this Information as a Service to our readers… Its inclusion should not be construed as the Authors’ or the Relays’ endorsement of our Beliefs… or as our endorsement of theirs.. the Truth will stand on it’s own Merit. TORONTO STAR RUNS MAJOR ARTICLE ON SECRET TORONTO BILDERBERG MEETING! FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE Contact: John Whitley 416-481 4848 fax 416-322 7238 e-mail: jwhitley@inforamp.net TORONTO, 31st May–The elite and secretive Bilderbergers are not used to choking on their breakfasts, but that’s what many of them probably did this morning if they opened today’s TORONTO STAR, or tuned into Toronto’s 680-NEWS radio station. The TORONTO STAR ran a virtually full-page story, complete with an illustrated list of the immensely powerful but publicity-shy attendees, on the secretive 1996 Bilderberg Conference on the front page of its widely-read Business Section. The detailed and revealing story, headlined BIG HITTERS GATHER: Vast Array Of International […] Read More

1996: The Rockefeller links of Canadian politicians…

It may re-pay the reader to spend a few minutes tracing the connections of Paul Desmarais and Power Corp. to the leading politicians, etc. of Canada: JOHN RAE: leading strategist for Prime Minister Chretien’s election campaign. Was Executive Vice- President of Power Corp. and Paul Desmarais’ right- hand man. His brother is…. BOB RAE: Rhodes Scholar and ex-NDP [Socialist] Premier of Ontario, who appointed…. MAURICE STRONG to the chairmanship of Ontario Hydro, which he proceeded to dramatically cut in both skilled human resources and generating capacity [to provide a future need for power from James Bay/Grand Canal?] PAUL MARTIN: current federal Finance Minister. Rose through the ranks at Power Corp., mentored by Paul Desmarais. Bought Canada Steamship Lines from him. Ran against Chretien for Liberal Party leadership. He attended the 1996 meeting of the Bilderberg Group, where those he mingled with included – surprise! – David Rockefeller. JEAN CHRETIEN: […] Read More

2013: Something Is Killing Life All Over The Pacific Ocean – Could It Be Fukushima?

By Michael Snyder The Truth Wins Why is there so much death and disease among sea life living near the west coast of North America right now? Could the hundreds of tons of highly radioactive water that are being released into the Pacific Ocean from Fukushima every single day have anything to do with it? When I wrote my last article about Fukushima, I got a lot of heat for being “alarmist” and for supposedly “scaring” people unnecessarily.  I didn’t think that an article about Fukushima would touch such a nerve, but apparently there are some people out there that really do not want anyone writing about this stuff.  Right now, massive numbers of fish and sea creatures are dying in the Pacific Ocean. In addition, independent tests have shown that significant levels of cesium-137 are in a very high percentage of the fish that are being caught in the Pacific and […] Read More

THE WHITE TRAIL IN THE SKY

Shoshone No one can remember anymore exactly how it came about that the black bear Wakini overpowered the strong grey grizzly Wakinu. The black bears say that Wakini was just feeding on the contents of an anthill when Wakinu came up to him and quite rudely stuck his paw in as well. A great fight ensued, with grey and black hairs flying on every side. Wakini was, of course, in the right, for no animal may ever touch another’s prey. Wakinu thus received a just punishment; but that was by no means all – like a defeated warrior, he had to leave his tribe forever. Wakinu wailed and lamented, but the Indian laws are inexorable. And so he had to go, wading through familiar streams, taking a last look at the familiar pines, and saying farewell to the valley he had lived in all of his life. He could […] Read More

How the Crow Came to be Black

In days long past, when the earth and the people on it were still young, all crows were white as snow. I those ancient times te people had neither horses nor firearms nor weapons of iron. Yet they depended upon the buffalo hunt to give them enough food to survive. Hunting the big buffalo on foot with stone-tipped weapons was hard, uncertain, and dangerous. The crows made things even more difficult for the hunters because they were friends of the buffalo. Soaring high above the prairie, they could see everything that was going on. Whenever they spied hunters approaching a buffalo herd, they flew to their friends and, perching between their horns, warned them: “Caw, caw, caw, cousins, hunters are coming. They are creeping up through that gully over there. They are coming up behind that hill. Watch out! Caw, caw, caw!” Hearing this, the buffalo would stampede, and […] Read More

The Stories of First Sweat Lodge

A Blackfoot Legend The Piegan tribe was southernmost at the headwaters of the Missouri River in Montana, a subtribe belonging to the Siksika Indians of North Saskatchewan in Canada. Piegans were of the Algonquian linguistic family, but warlike toward most of their neighboring tribes, since they had horses for raiding and were supplied with guns and ammunition by their Canadian sources. Piegans also displayed hostility toward explorers and traders. Several smallpox epidemics decimated their population. Now they are gathered on reservations on both sides of the border. A girl of great beauty, the Chief’s daughter, was worshipped by many young handsome men of the Piegan tribe. But she would not have any one of them for her husband. One young tribesman was very poor and his face was marked with an ugly scar. Although he saw rich and handsome men of his tribe rejected by the Chief’s daughter, he […] Read More