There is no credible scientific information to date that supports the existence of werewolves. Many scholars who study the history of werewolves disagree among themselves about what exactly a werewolf is, making it harde... More »

A werewolf is a fictional being found in mythology and folklore. According to such stories, it is a human with the ability to change into a wolf, often by magical means or as the result of a curse. A werewolf is also kno... More »

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While many people claim ghosts are real, there is no hard evidence for their existence. There is, however, a large body of anecdotal evidence that describes encounters with ghosts and spirits. More »

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While self-proclaimed vampires exist throughout the world, science does not support the existence of vampires. Even those with vampire-like traits fail to prove that they are legitimate vampires. Some argue that vampires... More »

There is no scientific evidence in the fossil record, or anywhere else, to prove that fairies exist. Scientists and specialists who have examined photographs, skeletons, wings and hair from supposed fairies concur that i... More »

Several theories explain the existence of Atlantis but none has ever been verified, so the story of the lost city of Atlantis is still classified as a legend, as of 2015. Plato, a Greek philosopher and writer, first ment... More »

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There have been numerous Bigfoot sightings throughout the history of the creature, but none have resulted in irrefutable proof of the monster's existence. Reported sightings have occurred all over the world, from the Uni... More »

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