The following is a guest contribution from H. Davis.
You hear a creak in the night. You see a shadow in the dark, and lights flicker from time to time. Unexplained noises can be heard throughout the house and when you go to investigate, there’s nothing. On certain days when
When "Deadly Possessions" first aired, I wondered if it was both a TV show and a museum. The confusion stemmed from a press release announcing the show. It was this sentence in particular that did it: Zak Bagans is fulfilling a lifelong dream of opening a museum in downtown Las Vegas,
Paranormal investigating meets virtual reality with Paranormal Evidence, "a virtual reality investigation series that explores the unexplained phenomena reported at notoriously haunted locations."
The series premieres with an investigation of Pennhurst Asylum.
All you have to do is strap on a pair of VR headsets, play the app, and BAM! You're there...from wherever you
I’m sure many, like me, were absolutely entranced by the idea of a solar eclipse that crossed the entirety of the United States, something that hasn’t been seen for years, and won’t be seen again for many more. With eclipse glasses, t-shirts, and other swag-related marketing campaign tactics up there
One of the ports on our British Isles cruise a couple years back was Greenock, Scotland. We'd done our research and knew that a quick train ride would take us to Glasgow.
Before we'd left home, I'd bought City Sightseeing Glasgow Hop-On Hop-Off Tour tickets for us from our affiliate, Viator.
I wanted to believe the Blair Witch was a real thing, more than I’ve wanted anything else in the world, probably — and maybe she is, but I sure as heck can’t find any information on her and her story other than what’s being purported through the 1999 movie.
Whether you’re an avid fan of horror movies, or only a casual one, surely everyone is aware of the horror movie tropes that plague the theaters. Sometimes you see a trailer, an opening scene, or even just the title of a certain film, and you can already guess how it’s