Last week I posted a discussion in the forum ("Do you care if ghost tours are artificially enhanced?") based on an article I read in the Huffington Post ("Chris 'Knight Guider' Date, British Psychic, Accused Of Planting Fake Spirit During Ghost Tour").
Here's a snippet from the article:
A British psychic who
One of the things I liked doing best while we were in Istanbul was visiting the Pera Palace Hotel. Or, as it's known in Turkish, Pera Palas Otel.
We didn't stay there (out of our price range), but I made a point of finding it. In a manner of speaking, you
If you follow this blog, you know how much I love cruising. A reader, who also happens to be a cruise consultant, asked if I'd be interested in doing a paranormal seminar at sea. As in helping coordinate one.
Are you kidding? Dream come true! How do I sign up?!
I can't help it. I'm obsessed with April. Specifically, the doom and chaos that seems to accompany it.
Please Don't Take Offense
Last year when I shared my view that April is a cursed month it put a lot of people off. I can see why some people with birthdays and anniversaries
August 2 thru August 6 is designated as Psychic Week. But according to an ABC News story from 2001, many psychics don't even know there is such a week in their honor. Or didn't.
However, I'm thinking not much has changed in the last nine years because, even as nuts as
I don't know what's going on, but this seems to be the week for the premier of new paranormal TV shows. Syfy's leading the charge, but there's also a dark horse you'd never suspect with a paranormal episode debuting: Planet Green.
"Haven" - This "supernatural-drama series inspired by Stephen King's
A little bee buzzed me about a film premiering tonight at 9 p.m. on HBO: No One Dies in Lily Dale. It's part of the HBO Documentary Film Summer Series.
Here's the teaser I was sent that immediately piqued my interest:
Located just south of Buffalo, tiny Lily Dale, NY, is home