The famous Internet video about Teresa Fidalgo was written and produced by Portuguese producer David Rebordão, and it is not a true story. The video is filmed as a recovered footage video in the same vein as the "Blair Witch Project," and the film is called "A Curva."Know More
The video depicts a group of three friends driving near Sintra, Portugal, where they see a young woman walking on the side of the road late at night. They invite her into the car to get a ride. She is very quiet and after a while points to a part of the road and says that was where she had an accident and died. The camera pans to her face covered in blood and she screams as the car crashes. After the video cuts off, subtitles state that two of the passengers were killed in the accident and that the police discovered that a woman named Teresa Fidalgo died in a car accident in that exact location in 1983.
The story bears similarities to the White Lady legends told around the world for many years. The video's producer, Rebordão, stated on the Portuguese television channel TVI that the film was scripted and not real.Learn more about Paranormal
The mythical demon known as a succubus has appeared in Hebrew, Arabic and Indian texts since the 13th century. The succubus is commonly depicted as a female demon who assumes the form of a woman in order to seduce men during their sleep. Once her victim has been seduced, a succubus preys upon his health and spirits until she is satisfied or the victim dies.Full Answer >
Aspiring mediums can learn to hone their skills through frequent practice, meditation and training courses. Mediums are individuals with strong intuitive energy who are able to communicate with spirits.Full Answer >
Parapsychologists and researchers in the paranormal community claim to prove the existence of ghosts using non-scientific research methods. There is, however, no concrete scientific evidence to prove that ghosts are real.Full Answer >
Telepathy, defined as mind-reading between two people without help from outside sources, is not a scientifically proven phenomenon. However, using computers and brain-recording equipment, scientists have been able to transmit messages from one person to another via their thoughts, according to a 2014 article on The Christian Science Monitor.Full Answer >