How to Participate in the World’s Largest Ghost Hunt

Last year we wrote about the very first National Ghost Hunting Day. It's back again this year, and, like last year, is being celebrated with a ghost hunt. The World's Largest Ghost Hunt, in fact. Here's what you need to know about how to participate and/or watch the hunts as they

Investigate Pennhurst Asylum from Home with “Paranormal Evidence”

Paranormal investigating meets virtual reality with Paranormal Evidence, "a virtual reality investigation series that explores the unexplained phenomena reported at notoriously haunted locations." The series premieres with an investigation of Pennhurst Asylum. All you have to do is strap on a pair of VR headsets, play the app, and BAM! You're there...from wherever you

Fey Friday: The Seelie and Unseelie Courts

Originating in lore from ancient Scottish lowlands, Fey Folk are said to reign from one of two kingdoms, the Seelie Court and the Unseelie Court. And while Seelie and Unseelie are both used to describe the reigning kingdoms, the words are also often used to describe faeries themselves based on

Scooby Doo Day Giveaway

It's been a while since I had a giveaway. 'Bout time I remedy that, right? One of my favorite days of the year is Scooby Doo Day. (In addition to my birthday, wedding anniversary, Remissiversary, and Halloween.) Speaking of my Remissiversary, September is both Blood Cancer Awareness Month and Leukemia and Lymphoma

Ancient Myths and Their Monsters Hungry for the Sun

I’m sure many, like me, were absolutely entranced by the idea of a solar eclipse that crossed the entirety of the United States, something that hasn’t been seen for years, and won’t be seen again for many more. With eclipse glasses, t-shirts, and other swag-related marketing campaign tactics up there