This video by Mr.Gregor was posted a month ago, but it has only exploded online now with over 3 million new views! Gregor claims he was going for a nice bike ride on a path through the woods when he met a bear! The bear gave chase, and he had to bike for his life! Except, most viewers aren’t buying it. The entire escape was captured on his GoPro helmet camera. What do you think? Legitimate or scam?
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There are many stories of objects that are reported to be cursed or haunted. Many of these terrifying objects have brought great misfortune to their owners manifesting themselves in financial and health woes. But what’s even worse, is that some of these items claim to be linked to that which is demonic, with owners claiming to have seen demons, ghosts, and frightful sights. Are these claims real? Some would argue their not. However, when you read the stories behind these 25 terrifying objects that are genuinely linked to freaky paranormal events, you may just become a believer.
20. The Terracotta Army
In 1974, seven peasant farmers in China were digging a well for their village when they accidentally uncovered the 2,200-year-old Terracotta Army. A great find for China, not so much for the farmers since the findings caused the Chinese government to claim the farmer’s lands and to destroy their homes in order to properly unearth this army. Some claim that this calamity was a curse from the terracotta army.
15. The Basano Vase
Legend has it that this silver vase was made in the 15th century and was given to a bride on the eve of her wedding. However, on this night, the bride was murdered with the vase still in her hands. The vase was then passed down her family line but anyone who claimed it died shortly after. It took many deaths before the family finally hid the vase but it resurfaced in 1988 with a note that said “Beware…This vase brings death.” When the Basano Vase was auctioned however, the note was not included in the item description and the pharmacist who bought it died within three months. There would be three more deaths before finally a desperate family begged the police to take it.
10. Robert The Doll
Once owned by Key West painter Robert Eugene Otto, Robert the doll is said to be possessed by evil spirits. Supposedly, the doll was a gift to a rich man by a Bahamian servant later killed in black magic and voodoo.
5. Blarney Stone
While kissing the stone is thought to be good luck, removing any part of it has been said to lead to incredibly bad luck, such as loss of employment, financial ruin and even health misfortune.
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