Readers, please enjoy this guest blog post by Nick Redfern, author of the new Chupacabra Road Trip.
Is the Caribbean island of Puerto Rico home to deadly, blood-sucking vampires? As in, real vampires? Those are the controversial questions I have pondered on deeply for more than a decade. Since 2004, I have regularly traveled to Puerto Rico in search of its legendary, resident monster. It goes by the name of the chupacabra. In doing so, I have come to the startling realization that whatever the chupacabra is, it’s no myth. It’s all too real.
It was back in 1995 that the phenomenon of the chupacabra exploded all across Puerto Rico and plunged its people into states of fear and
Readers, please enjoy this guest blog post by Adam Selzer, author of Your Neighborhood Gives Me the Creeps, Ghosts of Chicago, and the new Ghosts of Lincoln.
Abraham Lincoln stories are notoriously hard to verify; many of the famous stories about him weren't told until years after his death, and even a lot of first-hand accounts are pretty shaky. The same is true of ghost stories in general, so trying to find sources that related to both Lincoln AND ghosts was quite a challenge. But looking for evidence to back up a story that Lincoln once rode a flying piano at a séance is a pretty nifty way to spend one's working life.
The story goes like this: according to a book published years
Readers, please enjoy this guest blog post by Richard Southall, author of How to Be a Ghost Hunter, Haunted Route 66, and the new Haunted Plantations of the South.
I have been writing about the paranormal for close to twenty years, and have been interested in the topic for much longer. Not only have I written How to Be a Ghost Hunter, Haunted Route 66, and the upcoming Haunted Plantations of the South, but I have been the guest of several radio shows and have been interviewed for newspapers and television shows. Needless to say, I know a few things about the topic.
This blog is not to brag about my knowledge of ghost hunting, but to point out that there is one common thread that all
Readers, please enjoy this guest blog post by Debra Robinson, author of A Haunted Life and The Dead Are Watching.
I've had so many people over the years, both friends and clients, ask about psychic abilities. They want to know the particulars—how it happens for me, and most importantly, how to do it themselves.
I believe we are all born with abilities, but that they do run stronger in some families. Whether this is due to those families listening to and accepting them (leading to ever-increasing perceptions), or whether there is some genetic predisposition toward them, is really the question for the ages.
Just as some families lean toward producing artistic minds and some