Article Topic: Paranormal PhenomenaOrder by: date | title | author
Date: 2014-10-20 By: Jack Roth
It's hard to go to Gettysburg and not run into someone who has had a "strange" experience there. From true believers to outright skeptics, everyone reacts to these experiences with a sense of uncertainty, and the one thing they all have in common is the fact that they can't confirm what happened to them. Jack Roth, co-author of Ghost Soldiers of Gettysburg, describes why we should embrace these experiences, despite anything that science might suggest to the contrary.
Date: 2014-09-29 By: Debi Chestnut
Why is it that certain things and places spook a lot of people? Places such as basements, attics, abandoned buildings; dolls; clowns—the list is endless. Are these feelings based in truth, or past experiences with television and film? Debi Chestnut, author of the new Stalking Shadows, explains how we can move past our initial feelings of unease and continue forward.
Date: 2014-04-25 By: Rob Riggs & Tom Burnette
Even though sightings of both Bigfoot and UFOs occurring at the same times and places are not uncommonly reported by eyewitnesses, the concurrence of such events is generally dismissed as coincidental, and any possible substantial connection between the two phenomena is not considered a matter of serious inquiry. Rob Riggs and Tom Burnette, co-authors of Bigfoot: Exploring the Myth and Discovering the Truth, discuss the possible connection.
Date: 2014-03-24 By: Debi Chestnut
As a paranormal investigator, Debi Chestnut has been repeatedly asked, "How does someone get rid of a ghost?" Here, the author of Is Your House Haunted? and the new How to Clear Your Home of Ghosts and Spirits presents three easy ways to get rid of an unwanted ghostly visitor.
Date: 2013-10-22 By: Llewellyn
Date: 2013-10-14 By: Ken Gerhard
For centuries, mythologies all over the world have portrayed flying humanoid creatures, greatly feared because their appearance seems to spell out death and destruction for those who are unfortunate enough to cross their path. Surprisingly though, encounters with these unnatural entities continue into modern times. Here is a top ten list from Ken Gerhard, author of Encounters with Flying Humanoids, of the winged creatures that have most captured the public's imagination in recent years.
Date: 2013-07-29 By: Debra Robinson
Psychic Debra Robinson always had a sense that whatever life was about, it was about more than just her. That sense led her down some strange paths in her lifetime, including an incredibly haunted house.Here the Haunted Life author recounts her first paranormal experiences.
Date: 2013-05-20 By: Rich Newman
The scariest, darkest paranormal cases usually start out as a seemingly routine investigation; then, somewhere along the line, it becomes clear that something much more sinister is happening. But how do we know when the line to the dark side has been crossed? And what do we do about such cases? The first step in such situations to is identify what, exactly, is happening at the location. Rich Newman, author of Ghost Hunting for Beginners, The Ghost Hunter's Field Guide, and the new Devil in the Delta, details three basic types of negative entities.
Date: 2012-08-27 By: Stephen Lancaster
At some point in your life you have likely heard someone described as a "ghost magnet" or something similar. Can a person truly be a magnetic for paranormal activity? After all, the human body is itself built upon electromagnetic activity. Stephen Lancaster, paranormal researcher and author of True Case Files of a Paranormal Investigator, explains.
Date: 2012-04-30 By: Teresa Lally
Table tipping is a type of physical mediumship that has been in use for many years, enjoying a tremendous popularity during the heyday of spiritualism in the mid to late 1800s, falling out of favor for a time, and once again experiencing a resurgence of interest. But it is merely a tool for spirit communication, or does table tipping offer much more? Teresa Lally, author of Table Tipping for Beginners: A Time-Honored Way to Talk to Spirits, explains a few of the uses of table tipping.