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.
Skellie is taking on yet even more responsibilities around here.
In addition to Skellie Shout Outs, his Tuesday night break song DJ duties on our radio show, and getting his own email (email@example.com if you want to hit him up for a shout out!), we've now given him author access and
Like all other Halloweenophiles, I'm psyched for October 31.
Today I borrowed my human's credit card and had a little shopping spree from one of my favorite Halloween stores, Spirit Halloween (which also happens to be one of HJ's affiliates). They were having a big décor clearance sale and I wanted
Growing up 10 minutes outside of an Indian Reservation in the northwest US, I overheard my fair share of Native American lore, or at least, that of the particular nation that lived nearby. For the most part, these urban legends consisted of things like Water Babies (imagine my surprise when
Do you like HoHos? I don't mean the snack cake kind. (Which, sweet tooth sufferer that I am, amazingly enough I've never had an affinity for.)
I'm talking about the touristy kind of HoHos, as in Hop-On, Hop-Off tours.
There are some travelers who find these sorts of tours too touristy.
Burying a witch must be performed under the same cautionary conditions as burying a vampire — that is, going to extreme lengths to ensure they never come back again to haunt the town that put them underground in the first place. While vampires were buried with stakes to the heart,