The limestone cliffs surrounding the cave are richly adorned with endemic palms and cycads.Continuing from Thum Lod. It is just a few minutes paddle to "Pee Hua Tor" the big head ghost cave, a human skull was found here. That was larger much than normal size-hence the name. More extensive evidence of ancient occupation can be found in the nearly 100 pictographs adoring the cave's walls and ceiling. Both real and mythological people and animals are depicted in rich ochre Yellow and black pigments.There are also vast numbers of shells in the sedimentary rock and littering the cave floor some of which may be part of middles-the garbage refuse of prehistoric cave dwellers.
Ukraine was the second largest soviet republic in ex-USSR. That's why you can find here a lot of memories and monuments of soviet history. One of the well known all over the world is Chernobyl, where nuclear catastrophe took place in 1986. Thousands of people have to leave their homes, running away from the dangerous radiation. Today you can see ghost city Pripayt, where time had stopped at the end of previous age. Another interesting object - museum of nuclear military missile base. It was created on the place of real military base with nuclear missiles. Here you can visit underground command center, get acquainted to different nuclear missiles and feel the military power of the soviet period. Odessa catacombs - the most famous in the world not only for its intricacies labyrinths, but also by the length that reaches almost three thousand kilometers. All these will make your holiday in Ukraine bright and unforgettable
39 Steps star Robert Donat takes a dual role as both the ghost of an 18th-century laird and his 20th-century descendant in this witty, delightfully whimsical romantic comedy. Co-starring Jean Parker and king-sized character actor Eugene Pallette, The Ghost Goes West combines the talents of the Kordas with the flair of French director Rene Clair (making his British directorial debut), and was Britain's biggest box-office hit for 1936. It is featured here in a brand-new transfer from the original film elements in its as-exhibited aspect ratio. Donald Glourie shares his crumbling ancestral home with the ghost of his Highland ancestor, Murdoch, who has been condemned to haunt the castle until he avenges a 200-year-old insult from a rival clan. To clear his mounting debts, Donald sells the dilapidated pile to an American businessman, Mr Martin, who has the castle – complete with the Glourie ghost – transported and rebuilt in Florida. While old-world gentility rubs up comically against 20th-century materialism, Martin's daughter takes a liking to both Donald and Murdoch, convinced they are one and the same man... SPECIAL FEATURES: Image Gallery Script and Promotional PDFs
On this private tour, we will discover the city during the Cold War years. Get up close and personal with the Berlin Wall, visit the Palace of Tears and check out the Bernauer Strasse Museum. Plus I’ll share all my stories of life during these difficult years with you.We will start our private tour at the Bernauer Strasse, an open-air museum and former border strip. Get an amazing insight into the past events, discover remains from the wall and objects used by residents to escape.Stroll over to Nordbahnhof, which was once a ghost station. From here we can take the U-Bahn to the Palace of Tears. Named by Berliners because it was the scene of so many painful goodbyes.Hop back on the U-Bahn and head to Checkpoint Charlie. You may recognize this spot from the James Bond movie Octopussy. This is the most well-known border crossing from the Cold War and was the place American and Soviet tanks faced each other at the height of the crisis.Looking forward to meet you!
The magazine "Forbes" recognized this way of pastime as the most extreme and original.Our company is engaged in organizing fact-finding visits to Chernobyl. We’re sure that this way of spending time will give you a lot of emotions, will leave in the memory vivid impressions and indescribable feelings. The trip to Chernobyl will take you to the very center of the tragic events, you’ll see the monument of the catastrophe that the man once created.For a long time the Chernobyl zone was completely closed, there was no life, but today it has become a unique preserve of the past. The excursion to Chernobyl is carried out by special passes, the extradition of which permits the State Agency of Ukraine for the management of the exclusion zone.Before entering the regime object, the tourists are introduced to the rules of behavior, the fulfillment of which will become a guarantee of security. Here you will see the ghost town of Pripyat, whose life completely stopped in 1986.
Freemasonry might be sound far away from the tropical Dutch East Indies (currently known as Indonesia). However, did you know that the secret organization has been in this predominant Moslem archipelago dated back since 17th century, particularly in Batavia (now : Jakarta) ? It was spread by some prominent members of the establishment during Dutch East India Company era, including the founder of the Batavian Society of Arts and Sciences which now become the National Museum of Indonesia. You will be brought virtually to visit some areas in Jakarta which still have the symbols of the Freemasonry. You will also be guided to explore the prominent figures who were buried there and the interesting facts of funeral ceremony during the colonial era. Still, the main question is why Freemasonry was here? What actually did they do in the lodges where some local called those “the Ghost Building”. Come and join the tour to find more revelation about the “Angels & the Freemasonry” in Batavia.
We are Chicago's only paranormal investigation tour, and Chicago's oldest ghost and hauntings tours, founded by Ursula Bielski, Chicago's 35 year paranormal researcher and investigator. Like Ursula, all of our guides are all real investigators and true Chicagoans. We love investigating, we love Chicago history, and we would love to show you Chicago's haunted history. This is the only tour which takes you out of the downtown area and into one of the most haunted parts of Chicago: Lincoln Park, the old City Cemetery, which was ravaged by the Great Fire of 1871, leaving 10,000 graves behind. The bodies are all still here, as well as the ghosts. The tour also visits the site of the St. Valentine's Day Massacre and the site of Suicide Bridge, where more than 100 desperate souls lost their lives.
On this walk we will see actual places that Dickens visited as well as places mentioned in his novels. We start at St Paul's Cathedral, which dominated London in Victorian times. It was near here that the young Dickens worked as a freelance reporter in Doctor’s Commons. He witnessed the old-fashioned and slightly ridiculous legal practice here which led to his contempt of the law, and his famous saying in Oliver twist ‘The law is a ass’. We then wend our way through ancient alleyways and churchyards, such as St Peter's, Cheapside, where the young Dickens first arrived in London. In ‘A Christmas Carol’ Ebenezer Scrooge sees the Ghost of Christmas Yet to Come on the steps of the Royal Exchange. Nearby we discover the George and Vulture Inn where Mr Pickwick stayed just before his trial for Breach of Promise in ‘The Pickwick Papers’. The audio plays automatically at exactly the right time and place using your smartphone's GPS and the VoiceMap mobile app, which also works offline.
One of the first films made in Britain by B-movie maestro Herman Cohen, The Headless Ghost is an entertaining example of the teen-horror genre emerging with Cohen's 1957 classic I Was a Teenage Werewolf. Involving the adventures of three young thrill-seekers investigating a haunted castle, the film boasts an early role for New Zealand-born Clive Revill and a sensational dance sequence featuring Josephine Blake; it is presented here in a brand-new transfer from the original film elements in its as-exhibited theatrical aspect ratio. While holidaying in Britain, exchange students Bill, Ronnie and Ingrid visit Ambrose Castle, the 14th-century home of the impoverished 12th Earl of Ambrose - reputedly haunted by the 4th Earl, and Malcolm, the Headless Ghost, who lost his head leading a rebellion. Ronnie, who plans to write a story based on the visit for his college paper, persuades fellow-American Bill and the Danish Ingrid to hide with him in the castle, in order to spend the night investigating... SPECIAL FEATURES  Image gallery  Original Pressbook PDFs