Article Topic: Paranormal PhenomenaOrder by: date | title | author
Date: 2010-03-31 By: Philip J. Imbrogno
Date: 2010-10-11 By: Michelle Belanger
The research involved in producing a dictionary of any sort is extensive, rigorous, and exhausting. As Michelle Belanger was researching The Dictionary of Demons, she came across references to a Grand Pantler of Hell. Who or what was this entity? From whence did it come? Michelle Belanger exposes the demonic Grand Pantler of Hell—and explains why it pays to check your sources.
Date: 2011-02-07 By: Rich Newman
For those paranormal investigators that hunt ghosts, they often encounter those that believe their haunting is caused by demons, rather than ghosts. Why is it that some people jump to a conclusion of demonic infestation? Are all hauntings the work of demons? Rich Newman, author of The Ghost Hunter's Field Guide, discusses hauntings versus demonic infestations.
Date: 2011-03-14 By: Philip J. Imbrogno
Genies have long been a part of our cultural lexicon, from Aladdin's lamp to I Dream of Jeannie to various literary tales. But are they really the harmless wish granters we in the West perceive them to be? According to Philip Imbrogno, co-author of The Vengeful Djinn, the answer is no. The Djinn are an ancient race, older than mankind, and they are indeed to be feared.
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: 2016-10-31 By: Nick Redfern
When it comes to the matter of mysterious creatures and unknown animals, one of the most famous of all is Nessie—the monstrous denizen of Scotland's huge Loch Ness. For centuries stories have surfaced of a creature—or, far more likely, a colony of creatures—lurking deep in the waters of the ancient loch, and occasionally surfacing to tantalize and terrify locals and tourists. But, what are the Nessies? The theories are many. The answers, however, are few. Nick Redfern, author of the new Nessie, provides 3 of the more intriguing suggestions.
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: 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: 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: 2014-10-22 By: Patrick Burke
Perhaps you've experienced paranormal phenomena, such as seeing an apparition or other entity. But how do you capture evidence of such? Patrick Burke, co-author of Ghost Soldiers of Gettysburg, describes his process and experiences.