Several weeks ago, Nicki Spiers of Colonial Ghosts, graciously took some time to talk with me about her popular Colonial Williamsburg ghost tour company and the exciting new tour they've recently added: cemetery tours.
These are not ghost tours. Instead, they focus on "the interesting and hidden history of Williamsburg’s past
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I've been keeping a watch on Groupon Getaway deals each week to see if any haunted hotels come up. This week they have one! It's for the Homestead in Hot Springs, Virginia.
The first Homestead hotel was
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
This is a guest post by author Pamela K. Kinney, whose newest book is Haunted Richmond II. She submitted it a while ago, and there was supposed to be pictures, but my email system kept screwing up and not allowing me to retrieve them. I decided to just go ahead
Well, it's taken me a couple of months, but I think I have the hang of this upcoming paranormal events thing. People are even taking note and sending me info about their events. Awesome.
This week I even came up with an official name and tag for what I've been doing:
Okay, so I keep coming across paranormal events. Please bear with me as I continue to tweak my reporting of them. Still trying to figure out the best way to share them.
The week they happen seems too little time. (Unless , of course, I've just learned of them the week
Well, I'm already going to start cheating a bit on my weekly paranormal events reports. Maybe "cheating" isn't the right word. "Modifying" my approach may be more appropriate.
There wasn't a whole heck of a lot going on for this week. Then I decided maybe it'd be better to give people
This is a guest blog by Pamela K. Kinney. I asked if she'd want to write a sort of In Memoriam post after she posted a link to an article about how Professor Cline's Haunted Monster Museum burnt down. I knew the place meant a lot to Pamela. Not only
After I posted 19 Horror and Paranormal Events and Conferences for 2012 and Beyond, I came across five more. One is coming up pretty quick, but the others give you a little more lead time on getting to them.
And when you're planning your jaunts, don't forget about HJ's Halloween cruise.
Several months ago Pamela K. Kinney made it possible for her publisher to send me a complimentary copy of her book, Virginia's Haunted Historic Triangle: Williamsburg, Yorktown, Jamestown, & Other Haunted Locations. After months of start and stop reading (due to time, not the quality of the book's content), I