I'm very excited about two new Netflix offerings we'll be able to enjoy in the coming months.
Well, hopefully enjoy. I'm assuming a lot. One, that since you're reading this, you also like viewing options like the ones below. Two, that Neflix will once again come through with awesome productions.
Five years after an unexplained malfunction causes the death of 15 tour-goers and staff on the opening night of a Halloween haunted house tour, a documentary crew travels back to the scene of the tragedy to find out what really happened.
I finally got to stream Hell House LLC on Amazon.
We're full of questions today, aren't we? In addition to wondering if you'd find it helpful to know who's hosting an event, we'd also like to know something else. Would you find it useful if we listed events on our Paracons & Horror Fests page by category?
Currently we have it
After months of neglect, we're updating our Ghost Hunting Tours & Events listings in our Find a Conference or Event section. We'd love to get a little feedback on how we might improve the listings.
One thing we're considering doing is adding who the event is hosted by. Would you find
I've seen them called a couple of different names, such as tragedy selfies or disaster selfies. Lately I've noticed a lot of articles about such selfies, like:
Artist Shames Tourists Taking Inappropriate Selfies At The Holocaust Memorial Site In Berlin (NSFW)
Yolocaust or Cheeky Exploit?
‘Dark tourism’ and selfies:
It's always nice to be noticed, right? We were sure floored when we got an email over the weekend from Anuj Aragwal, the Founder of Feedspot, notifying us that we had been included among their list of the Top 50 Paranormal Blogs on the web.
Say what? Wow! Holy cow. Thank
One of the ports on our British Isles cruise a couple years back was Greenock, Scotland. We'd done our research and knew that a quick train ride would take us to Glasgow.
Before we'd left home, I'd bought City Sightseeing Glasgow Hop-On Hop-Off Tour tickets for us from our affiliate, Viator.