Movie Monday: Housebound

Sometimes I get bored with standard viewing fare and watch movie previews on Flixster. That's how I discovered Housebound, an indie horror movie that looks promising. It looks scary, yet also appears to be laced with humor. (À la Shaun of the Dead. Except with ghosts instead of zombies.) It's set to

Monroe Institute inspired Cross Correspondence with my deceased daughter

This post is by Steven Rumbelow. I had to consider writing this article very carefully. In the final analysis I think it is valuable for parents of deceased children to have confirmation of the existence of life beyond death. This form of correspondence is considered good scientific proof and not something

Shamans and Trance Mechanics

This post is by Steven Rumbelow. Before Priests, before medical doctors, before psychologists, before faith healers, before dancers, before singers, before actors, before magicians, before historians, before differences... there were Shamans. In those days to be a shaman was to be all of the above. They were the first actors but

Top 25 Dark Tourism Spots Infographic

Check out this marvelous Top 25 Dark Tourist Spots infographic from Baltic Travel Company. This is one of the neatest dark tourism lists/infographics I've seen yet. There's a few places on here I haven't seen on previous lists. (Such as numbers 2, 9, 17 and 18.) With a bit o'luck, in

Horror Movies for Every Holiday?

The other night I was flipping through the horror movies in my Amazon Instant Video queue and came across one I'd forgotten I'd saved to my list: Thankskilling. It reminded me of something I'd thought when I'd first seen it: is it possible they now have a horror movie for every