In a 1918 letter from Frances Griffiths to her friend, Johanna Parvin, living in South Africa, she said this:
I hope you are quite well. I wrote a letter before, only I lost it or it got mislaid. Do you play with Elsie and Nora Biddles? I am learning French,
HorrorAddicts.net is doing something I wished I'd thought up: a Vile Vacations series. They're even accepting guest posts.
The multi-talented Emerian Rich, a Horror Hostess at HorrorAddicts.net, was the one who gave me a heads up about submitting a Vile Vacations guest post.
(If her name rings a bell and you think
For today's Movie Monday I'm featuring one of our little vids. It includes footage I captured during our shore excursion to Loch Ness. (In search of Nessie of course! I picked this cruise because it afforded us the opportunity to do that.)
We didn't see Nessie. In fact, our tour guide
What a year it's been! As 2011 draws to a close, the travel tally stands at:
Four countries: Mexico, Belize, Honduras, and Turkey
Two continents: Europe and Asia (Three if you count flying over Greenland, which I'm inclined to do because (a) the pilot flew low enough for us to see it,
Once upon a time Jessica Penot of Ghost Stories and Haunted Places wrote "The Paranormal Blunderer: What You Shouldn't Do When You're a Paranormal Tourist," a funny guest blog I could very much relate to.
I got to thinking about it and some of the travel mishaps I've had after GhostlyObsessions left the
I love visiting museums whether they're haunted or not. However, check out what I've discovered: paranormal museums! Five of them, in fact.
John Zaffis Museum of the Paranormal - I found out about this from a post on Ghost Lounge some time back. John Zaffis has collected all kinds of supposedly haunted artifacts during his
Very fresh, and very latest news from Poland to every fan of cryptozoology - there's possible that we have real Chupacabra activity here, in the very middle of Europe! Courtney was excited to hear about it on Twitter few hours ago, so I decided to give you more details through
You might be hard pressed to find anyone who hasn’t heard of the Bermuda Triangle, however, there is a triangle of paranormal activity that is just as mysterious on land that it may be safe to say outside of locals not too many know about it. This being the Bridgewater
Today, in honor of Flashes in the Dark posting my story, "Between the Wolf and the Dog," I'm going to make a sort of a different Haunt Jaunt. In fact, today you might notice an International theme.
I'll launch the journey with this post on France's Morvan forest. Later this afternoon
Today Gary at Ghost Theory posted "The end of Nessie: Researchers fear Loch Ness monster may be dead."
Gary started off his article saying how, as a kid, the idea of the Loch Ness Monster fascinated him. Me too. But, also like Gary, the older I've gotten the less inclined I've