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
Okay so the big news a couple weeks back was that Haunt Jaunts would soon be coming to ParaMania Radio.
I told you I'd update you with the start date when I had it. Got it!
Tuesday, March 7, 2017 8 pm Eastern/ 7 pm Central
It's going to be a weekly
Lately something's been bothering me, but it wasn't until a friend share an article with me, which I will discuss below, that I even realized it.
I'm a non-ghost hunter. I jaunt to haunted places. I don't use equipment to investigate the places I travel. My studies are quiet, non-intrusive, observant.
The other day on our Facebook page, a jaunter posted a picture of an "apparition" she "caught" (with her camera, of course, not her bare hands or some Ghostbusters-type contraption) at the La Fonda Hotel in New Mexico. It was intriguing, but an apparition? The skeptic in me wasn't ready
Springfield, Missouri has her own castle. The structure sits well hidden behind Evangel College. Driving along Glenstone one would never know the castle existed from the view near the street.
The building was designed to resemble a castle reflecting the theme of the Knights of Pythias, a male secret society started
As I explained when I wrote about why it is I'm drawn to the paranormal like I am, I'm truly more of a skeptic than a believer. Our recent jaunt to Turkey has challenged a lot of my beliefs about the paranormal even more.
Their history is as vast, storied, and
I haven't done a Movie Monday post in a while, but I finally had a chance to watch the History Channel's Bigfoot: The Definitive Guide so I have something to write about.
The show's premise was as follows:
A team of top scientists come together with one goal: to create the definitive