Yesterday I was doing some Christmas (and personal) shopping at one of my affiliates, Lakeside Collection, when one of their sidebar articles caught my eye: Unique Christmas Traditions from Around the World.
Presents under the tree and milk and cookies for Santa -- it's what Americans do every year in anticipation
Two weeks ago when I did my Haunt Jaunt of the Week segment on "Keeping the Spirits Alive!", I spoke about a great place to find the ghosts of Christmas Past: Jekyll Island. What I meant by "ghosts of Christmas past" was a historic place dedicated to bringing the Christmas
We'd like to spread some cheer so we're doing a holiday giveaway.
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Both here and on our Haunt Jaunts Halloween Emporium blog, we've been featuring a few of our favorite items from our affiliates lately, à la:
36 Unique Gifts for Paranormal Enthusiasts Under $20
Featured Friday: A Few of Our
Even though our Emporium has a blog that allows us to feature products we love from our affiliates, we still like to do it around here every now and then too. Especially at this time of year when thoughts are so focused on gift giving.
While browsing our affiliates to get
Last year I saw a Facebook event for a Santa Rampage here in Nashville. We had other plans the night of so we didn't get to go. I was reminded of it a month or so back when we went to a University of Arizona Nashville Chapter alumni event at
I have a confession to make. My name is Courtney Mroch and I'm a 40 year old woman who's never stopped believeing in Santa Claus.
I forget how old I was when my dad finally broke the news about Santa's real identity. I couldn't believe it. It sort of made sense.
I've had the pleasure to come to know a lot of really neat people this past year and a half since I've been blogging as the Director of Paranormal Tourism for Haunt Jaunts. As I've been shopping this holiday season I've come across things that have made me think of
This holiday season as I perused the many catalogs that filled my mailbox, I came across a lot of neat things that appealed to my macabre sensibilities.
Some things I was able to find on Amazon. If that was the case, I immediately added them to the Holiday section of the Haunt Jaunts Emporium. (Why
Has anyone heard of the Christmas tree ship? Perhaps some of the old timers have. From 1898 till 1912, Captain Schuenemann was the skipper of the Christmas Tree Ship. Bringing hundreds of Christmas trees across Lake Michigan to Chicago area residents, the skipper was known for his generosity and was
While I was searching out haunted Christmas-named places I came across a delightful Christmas ghost story: the tale of the Mistletoe Bride. It hails from England, a land rich in wonderful ghost stories.
I came across it while searching for haunted places named "Mistletoe." That search led me to "The Mistletoe