Readers, please enjoy this guest blog post by Brennan Storr, author of A Strange Little Place.
If there is such a thing as a reluctant paranormal investigator, I am that; you will never catch me hugging up on a Ouija board or wandering an empty house at night asking the ghost of someone's grandmother to "knock twice for yes;" but, to my great chagrin, weirdness still manages to find me.
Prior to starting work on my book A Strange Little Place, I was a lapsed Catholic turned budding Atheist horror movie buff who liked to tell ghost stories at parties. Some of those stories had been passed down by my mother's side of the family, others I'd heard, and almost all of them came from my
Readers, please enjoy this guest blog post by Debi Chestnut, author of Stalking Shadows, How to Clear Your Home of Ghosts & Spirits, Is Your House Haunted?, and Something Wicked.
As we all know, an exorcism is the most common treatment for a person possessed by a demon. However, have you really stopped to think about whether that possession is by a demonic entity or by some psychological break, or another undefined mental illness?
There is a concept in psychology called "the possession syndrome," in which it appears that full control of a person's mind is in the hands of a demon. However, in the possession syndrome, the demons are not physical beings, but projections of the
Readers, please enjoy this guest blog post by Sarah Soderlund, author of the new Haunted by the Abyss.
I have the honor of talking, lecturing, and even writing about my paranormal adventures all over the world, but only just recently did a certain question prompt a moment of introspection that made me realize everything has changed.
I used to be a young, motivated student on a quest to gather the most undeniable paranormal evidence that those in my life who had refuted my most intimate supernatural experiences would be forced to believe. My motto on my website was to "bridge the gap between science and spirituality," and I truly believed I could do it. I traveled to Paris, France for
Readers, please enjoy this guest blog post by Alex Matsuo, author of the new Haunting of the Tenth Avenue Theater.
Imagine that you are sitting in your living room, quietly watching television or enjoying some reading. All of a sudden, three or four intruders burst in and demand that you communicate with them, yelling, questioning your humanity and even your manhood in order to provoke a response from you. Your reaction? Get out!
Ironic that this is one of the most commonly caught EVPs in ghost hunting history. And yet, we wonder where it comes from without considering what we might have said or done.
When it comes to spirit communication, it has become easy to perceive the dead as