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
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
Pardon the brief note. Just wanted to let everyone know Skellie and I will be taking a break from June 19-July 3, 2017 for vacation.
That's why we've also been remiss in publishing many posts. If you've followed us for any length of time, you know we neglect the blog a
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,
Years ago plans were put into place for Haunt Jaunts to also become a radio show. (Oh yes, one year I had had big plans indeed: radio show, calendar, tons of travel. Ah, those were the good old days.)
Anyway, I chickened out of the radio show. I didn't think I
In last week’s photo installment we talked about The Myths Surrounding Post Mortem Photography. Today, we’re going to continue in this same time frame of the Victorian era and daguerreotype photography, but instead of the dead, we’re going to focus on the most energetic and lively of people: children.