From the vaults of FATE Magazine—MORE true stories of encounters with the denizens of the spirit world
A young man disappears while on a picnic in the Tennessee hill country—and his ghost returns to the same place a decade later, shrouded in a strange fog that blocks the road. An abandoned ship refuses to be brought ashore—after two crews inexplicably vanish from her decks, the ship herself disappears, taking one last group of doomed sailors with her. And a much-loved cat comes back from the spirit realm in the form of a kitten, after announcing her return to the family in a dream.
Over the past sixty years, FATE magazine has published thousands of true ghost stories. This collection brings you more of the best of these bone-chilling, bizarre, and sometimes heartwarming personal accounts from ordinary people who have had extraordinary run-ins with the spirit world. —Messages from the Dead —Ghostly Apparitions —Dream Visitations —Near-Death and Out-of-Body Experiences —Haunted Places —Animal Spirits —Spirit Guides and Angels —Poltergeist Activity —Astral Phenomenon, Vortexes, and Space-Time Slips
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True Ghosts 3 Even More Chilling Tales from the Vaults of FATE Magazine
I was the lodge master of a German/American Freemason lodge in San Francisco, California. On a cold Monday night in December 1966, I had just closed the weekly meeting, and, as was my habit, I was waiting until the last lodge member had left so I could turn off the lights. One lodge brother was still present, putting on his overcoat and hat. His name was Richard Decker. He was a slight,...
I learned about death in 1923. During lunch on August 14 of that year I fainted in our home in Brinkley, Arkansas. My husband, Ted Clemons, rushed me to the hospital where doctors found that my appendix was ruptured and gangrenous. I was immediately prepared for surgery. As the ether cone brought oblivion, I discovered I could see through walls! I was high above the people around me and seemed...
One evening in August 1976, while driving with my husband and daughter, we spotted a friend coming out of a store in Burlington, Massachusetts. We pulled into the parking lot and got out of the car to talk to her. My daughter, Dawna, who was six at the time, stayed in the car. As my husband, my friend, and I were talking, Dawna, watching out the car window, said, “Look, it’s a flying saucer.” We...
Andrew Honigman, author of True Tales of Ghostly Encounters, shares one of his favorite personal ghost stories and invites readers to submit their own spooky encounters to his monthly feature in Fate magazine, "My Proof of Survival."
In western ceremonial magick, there is often a tendency to view a magickal operation as something that is at odds with the natural order of the universe. This is very much the core of the western mindset, where nature is something external to oneself to be "conquered." Human individuality and the Will of the magician are thought to be somehow... read this article