Readers, here are some scary examples of ouija board issues! Although these were popular when I was growing up and were actually marketed as toys (seriously!) – many people have traced paranormal problems to the use of ouija boards. Read on . . . reblog from Paranormal Magazine, author Charlotte Lowe Kemp.
By Charlene Lowe Kemp When Hasbro trademarked the Oujia in 1991, the tradition of the board can be traced back to much further than that. Many believe the Oujia Board to be a portal to the spirit world, while others will argue it is nothing more than a parlour trick. Whatever you believe, there have…
via When OUJIA Boards Go Wrong! – TRUE Crime Cases — Paranormal Magazine
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On New Year’s Eve, Joe’s
bistro marquee broke. Farewell,
you’re done, old dang sign.
The Mob wishes all its faithful readers a very happy, prosperous, and healthy New Year.
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Readers, you’ll love this story about a very haunted painting! Several weird events around this work of art are described in chilling detail! From Thought Co. https://www.thoughtco.com/the-haunted-painting-2596730
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Fr. Rossi heard
Rocco’s confession: endless,
Photo: https://www.flickr.com/photos/31382652@N00/4273011999 https://creativecommons.org/licenses/by/2.0/
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From USA Today, three haunted houses – and they’re on the market! Check out this spooky real estate!
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Marie: upset with
Vin: a bad dresser. She was
“Married to the Slob.”
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Readers, exciting news! I’ve put together a new short book of four extremely eerie ghost stories. Each centers ’round the premise of hauntings emanating through the medium of antique photographs. We have discussed the Dangers of Antiques often in this blog: these are cautionary tales, chilling narratives created with you in mind! Enjoy!
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Connie brought the cell
block keys, baked in biscotti:
thus desserted Joe.
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Readers, many of you have seen the chilling film The Conjuring. Here’s an article that explores the facts behind the story (whilst there are naysayers, the family swear it’s the truth) … from USA Today https://www.usatoday.com/story/life/movies/2013/07/22/conjuring-true-story-perron/2457209/
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Aldo blew up his
competition’s office: a
case of “Wreck the Halls.”
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