Thanks to the excellent blogger GP Cox of Pacific Paratrooper blog, (which I know is read by many of my readers – I never miss a post!) – he brought this link to my attention – it’s too good not to share with you! Here’s the scoop about some famous Hollywood names – a great, fun article! Enjoy! Via Parade, at Haunted Hollywood!
Ghosts: Haunted Alabama
Readers, here are some true accounts of ghosts from Alabama – almost makes you want to take a trip there! Have a look! From Paranormal Love To Know at Alabama Ghosts!
Ghosts: Trinkets of Death!
Readers, here’s some background on well-known gems with a little something extra: a curse! Read on for more information, from Bellevue Rare Coins, via Trinkets of Death!
Ghosts: Haunts in Kent
Readers, this article tells us to avoid these places after dark! Yikes! Sounds like good advice! Have a look: 96 Haunted Places in Kent!
Ghosts: Some Truly Scary Cursed Objects!
Readers, I have found a mother lode of accursed objects, including an evil brooch (misspelled in the story, but it’s too good for me to act the grammar police here), a clock that speaks (but says bad things), a vile mirror, a scary painting, and yet another possessed doll (forgive me but this one’s so scary I couldn’t pass it up – be sure to have a look!). These stories are first-and and each tale is high on chill factor, so sit down when you have a few moments to read them all. Brought to you by Letterpile, via Cursed Objects!
Ghosts: Another Haunted Doll!
Readers, here’s a weird story about a man and his doll. Wait, not that weird. But seriously, he seems to have got himself a real haunted item. Don’t take my word for it, read more at Metro News. From the UK, where all the best ghosts reside! Haunted Doll!
Ghosts: The Strange Tale of the Dibbuk Box
Readers – this is a strange and scary tale indeed. Definitely worth the read for those curious about old, possessed objects. After this, you may reconsider buying anything old! Sit down with this when you have a few quiet, undistracted moments – it’s unusual and fascinating. Brought to us by Historic Mysteries, via The Dibbuk Box
Ghosts: Why Are Some Buildings Haunted?
Readers, this was too good not to pass along! I thought it pretty spot on. Based upon my own experience living and visiting haunted places, it clicks! It reminded me of the work of T. C. Lethbridge, the early 20th century archaeologist/parapsychologist, whose Stone Tape theory presented the idea that somehow, damp stone “recorded” traumatic events and sometimes replayed them later- as ghosts. Note the presence of water and stone in many of these places.
A very haunted house in which I once lived, was built on a foundation of old stones, was on the ocean shore, and was also near a railroad. There had been deaths there, and it was a very old house.
Based on your own experience and ideas, what do you think? Read on at the link below, courtesy Ghost Hunting Theories blog:
Back in the summer of 2009, I decided to choose 50 places that are commonly reported haunted, all across the US. I took those 50 places and looked for common features. 602 more words
via Spirit Vessels: Why Are Some Buildings Haunted? — Ghost Hunting Theories
Ghosts: Ghosts of the Desert
Readers, here’s a goodly assortment of desert spirits and where to find them! Enjoy! From Desert USA via Ghosts of the Desert!
Ghosts: A True Ouija Board Story!
Readers, you’ll want to check out this true story about a misadventure with a ouija board! Although written with humor, this is a truly chilling example of one of the myriad things that can go wrong when people decide to fool around with these items! Read on. And if you have ouija board plans for Halloween, have a care! Courtesy Hunter Shea’s fine blog, via the link below:
Happy Halloween to all my Hellions far and wide. As we slip into the spookiest of all days, I thought I’d share my one and only time messing around with a Ouija board. I wrote this article a few years back and thought it would set the mood perfectly. So light some candles, lock the […]
via A True Ouija Board Story for Halloween — Hunter Shea
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