Barber House in Winnipeg. An American pioneer journalist and businessman whose name was Edmund Lorenzo Barber built this house in 1862. There is a legend about a father murdering his entire family before committing suicide. Paranormal activities include lights inside although there is no electricity going to this house, mysterious mists, light anomalies, disembodied voices and apparitional noises from within this house.
Tiny cottage in the Catskills. A hunting cabin transformed into an all-white, shabby chic cottage in the hands of Sandra Foster, who uses it as a romantic retreat. The cottage measures just 9 by 14 feet.
A Yowie.an unidentified hominid reputed to lurk in the Australian wilderness. Reports of yowie-type creatures are common in the legends and stories of Australian Aboriginal tribes, particularly those of the eastern states of Australia.
Dead Man's Oak There’s a local legend that has been passed-down for generations in Osceola County, Florida one that has found its way into a few ghost books, albeit with very little information, about the Dead Man’s Oak.