‘There’s a clown in my graveyard, what am-ah-gonna-do?’ the people of Birkenhead once yelled in the early 1990s. Or at least they would have done if they were particularly big UB40 fans.
In 1788, one year before the Reign of Terror began, a writer and would-be mystic was at a dinner party. Jacques Cazotte was a man of standing and was dining with the great and good aristocrats of France, poised to spoil everyone’s appetites.
Uri Geller's Strike! is quite possibly one of the strangest games ever to hit toyshop shelves.
Beneath the tarmac of Loews Theater car park in New Brunswick lie the remains of Mary Ellis. For the last 193 years, she has occupied a prime parking spot; a strange conclusion to a romantic and tragic life.
See them walking hand in hand across the bridge at midnight...
"‘An idealist and a dreamer, he died of loneliness and a broken heart, searching for a shrine he never found."
S Club 7 have always been brazen occultists, hidden in plain sight...
A small rural church in Friesthorpe, Lincolnshire holds one of the most poignant memorials to the sacrifices of war in the form of a beautiful stained glass window.
A village on the outskirts of Grimsby isn’t exactly the typical location for an enormous Norwegian funerary monument.
The frankly massive bulge in Noir’s trousers made his memorial a popular destination for women visiting Père Lachaise for over a century...