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The 1886 Crescent Hotel and Spa

Readers, please enjoy this guest blog post by Jamie Davis, co-author of Haunted Asylums, Prisons, and Sanatoriums. A clear front-runner for the title of “America’s Most Haunted Hotel,” The Crescent had been on my list of places to visit for a good five years before I finally made it out there in June 2013. The […]

Scrying to See Spirit

Readers, please enjoy this guest blog post by Diana Palm, author of Setting Spirits Free. The concept of the spirit world is by no means new, but until recently, only sages and mediums could access it. What if I told you that there is a technique that the average person could learn to help them […]

Can a Psychic Predict Death?

Readers, please enjoy this guest blog post by Debra Robinson, author of A Haunted Life. One of the most common situations I run in to as a psychic is the person who comes along with their friend getting the reading and, when asked if they want one too, they fearfully say, “I don’t want to […]

Real Life Ghost Story Hits the Big Screen

I went through a phase in junior high and high school where I was obsessed with horror movies. When I’d go to into town with my mom, I was allowed to rent three of the $1 movies. The cheesier the movie, the better. They were funny and not real. The only movie I had to […]

Get Your Ghostly Kicks on Route 66

Ah, summer. For many, this warm season means piling into the family car and heading to a fun and exotic vacation destination. A road that led many to an iconic summer vacation destination during the middle of the twentieth century was the legendary Route 66. Spanning eight states and over 2,400 miles, the Mother Road […]

Mysterious Spinning Statue in Manchester

An ancient Egyptian statuette that is currently on display at the Manchester Museum in the UK is attracting attention for doing something that most statues don’t do: move. After a staff member at the museum noticed the statue had moved, they reviewed the CCTV video of the exhibit. This time-lapse video shows the movement of […]

Sedona: A Mystical Place of Wonder

Readers, please enjoy this guest blog post by Douglas de Long, author of Ancient Healing Techniques, Ancient Teachings for Beginners , and the new Past Lives for Beginners . About five years ago my wife, Carol, and I took a trip to the red rock country of Sedona, Arizona. It was a working vacation for […]

Thomas Edison: Ghost Hunter?

Readers, please enjoy this guest blog post by Rich Newman, author of The Ghost Hunter’s Field Guide, Ghost Hunting for Beginners, and the new Devil in the Delta. Thomas Edison, perhaps the most well-known American inventor of all time, invented a device for talking to the dead. A device that was never actually created, that […]

Haunted Route 66 Author Richard Southall on Examiner.com

Check out a fascinating interview with Haunted Route 66 author Richard Southall on Examiner.com, detailing his new book and the research he conducted while writing it (as well as a peek behind the scenes of his earlier book, How to Be a Ghost Hunter). Examiner.com launched in April 2008, providing informative and entertaining content with […]

Legends of the Haunted Highway Tour with Richard Southall

To celebrate the release of his new book, Haunted Route 66, author Richard Southall jumped in the car and took a road trip along The Mother Road. Southall kicked-off the tour in Chicago, and after hitting six bookstores in six day, joined six other authors for a “Great American Road Trip” event in California, only […]