The Tunche is a terrifying boogeyman from Peruvian folklore. No consensus as to its appearance exists, only that it is horrifying. It can be identified by its distinctive whistling.
The Tunche haunts forests, graveyards and roads, stalking travellers by night. Its whistling is often mistaken for distant birdsong, until it is too late.
EPISODE 46 of Insanely Haunted (a Ghost Adventures podcast): GOLDFIELD, NV
What a roller-coaster this one is: The GAC returns to the site of
their first ever investivation, except not quite, except actually…
Alicia joins us for this extra-long episode – Enjoy!
əʌəıləq oʇ ʇuɐʍ ı
Ghost appears in background of family photo
AN UNSUSPECTING mother claims her family was photobombed by a GHOST
girl holding a teddy bear as they posed for a selfie in an empty cinema.
Circle Shaped UFOs Recorded Hovering Above Rosarito, Mexico – 28th Oct 2018
K.C. here again to share with you another podcast where a couple of my stories have been shared, and this time they are non-fiction.
The first is a recounting of an investigation of a local historic cemetery and what we found there.
The second is a personal experience of mine, where I describe the time I witnessed a shadow man disappear before my eyes.
These stories start around the 7:44 min mark, but this episode is fantastic and I hope you listen to the entire show.
[Source: The Ghost Story Guys Podcast]
In Japanese folklore, the furaribi is a yōkai depicted as a fire-wreathed bird-like animal with a dog’s face. Appearing in books and art from the Edo period, including the famous Illustrated Night Parade of a Hundred Demons, little is actually known about the furaribi’s nature.
The most common theory regarding the furaribi is that it is the spirit of one not given a proper memorial after their death, dooming them to wander the Earth and eventually transform into its usual fiery countenance.