The guest for the Haunt Jaunts radio show on Tuesday March 21, 2017 is Lizzie Borden, Zombie Hunter author Chris Verstraete. (Who writes as C.A. Verstraete.)
Chris also happens to be a long time friend of mine. (I wanted to get acclimated to this radio hosting gig with people I felt
Before I talk about the Anchor Inn Exorcism on Season 1, Episode 1 of Scariest Places on Earth (remember that show?), let me tell you what sparked this story.
As anyone who follows HJ on social media knows, this past weekend I attended HAuNTcon. Met some creepy cool people and had
The theme in my social media feeds the past week has been "haunted places that require waivers before you're allowed in."
Okay, so maybe I'm exaggerating a little. So far I've had friends share just two such places with me, both Spooky Stays.
But two haunted hotels in one week that require
The Lone Star Spooks Facebook page shared a link from Week In Weird whose title says it all: "Colorado's Famously Haunted Stanley Hotel to Cease all Paranormal Investigations and Events."
This was shocking news on a number of levels.
However, it may not be as dire as it looks. Check out
Thanks to Twitter I learned about the Hotel Vendome's Ghost Camp. Last week, @vendomehotel sent me a DM with the link to their event. Score another one for Twitter! Love the way it hooks me up with cool people, places, and events.
Actually, I'm already familiar with both Prescott, the Hotel
I wrote about London's most haunted hotel room (the Langham's room 333), which I discovered while researching haunted hotels in London for our upcoming trip there. The thing I found sort of odd was I only seemed to come across four of them. They were:
The Langham Hotel - There's more
A search of the Internet for haunted hotels in London quickly revealed a consensus no one seemed to dispute: London's most haunted room is 333 at the Langham Hotel.
Why am I searching specifically for haunted London hotels?
Well, after years of dreaming about haunt jaunting to England, Ireland, and Scotland, it
I read an interesting article on TVGuide.com called 4 Theories on What American Horror Story: Hotel Is About. What got me excited was the possibility it might be about a haunted hotel.
I'm all about the haunted hotels. Clearly. Just take a look at the Haunted Places section, which has pages
Check out this comprehensive infographic of the 40 most haunted buildings in Britain from Atlantis Property.
It's loaded with haunted castles, abbeys, inns, and even pubs, and tells where you can find them along with what kind of ghosts and activity have been reported there.
This post is by Steven Rumbelow.
My Mother and Grandmother decided when I was about two years old to take out a lease on a huge, old Georgian House at the centre of Bristol. It proved to be a successful attempt to drag the family out of poverty after my Grandfather