Readers, please enjoy this guest blog post by Billy Roberts, author of The Holistic Way and the new Ghostly Tales.
Today the subject of angels is extremely popular, with no end of books containing the anecdotal accounts of peoples’ individual experiences. However, here is one angelic account that has caused mystery and intrigue and today still continues baffle even the most ardent sceptic.
From as far back as the Great Plague in Britain in 1665, hundreds of sightings of the so-called "Angel of the Thames" have been reported by ordinary people. King Charles 11 and the famous diarist Samuel Pepys are reported to have also seen the angelic manifestation. Through both world wars right
Ah, life. It's full of so many distractions. It's hard to keep track of the breaking news announcements, tweets, posts, pins, emails, texts, pings, and still pay attention to the world around you. I'm guilty of it. So many times I've arrived at home and I can't remember driving the 14 miles from work because my mind was elsewhere. We become so stuck in our patterns and habits and distractions that we don't see the world around us.
I have a few friends who are constantly seeing signs from the spirit world. They find feathers, see shadows move across the wall, notice lamps that turn on and off by themselves. Many have asked "what can I do so that I see these things." The first step in the
Ah, summer. For many, this warm season means piling into the family car and heading to a fun and exotic vacation destination. A road that led many to an iconic summer vacation destination during the middle of the twentieth century was the legendary Route 66. Spanning eight states and over 2,400 miles, the Mother Road in its prime was full of kitschy restaurants, museums, attractions, and motels. This two-lane highway was so famous and had such an influence on America's pop culture that it inspired a song and a television series.
Thanks to the Interstate Highway Act and fewer people who wanted a scenic route to their destination, the attractions along the Mother Road are now few and
The holidays are fast approaching, so it's time to start brainstorming for gift ideas. If you have someone on your gift-giving list who loves a scary story and is a fan of the variousparanormal television shows, here's a list of home-run ideas that will sure to elicit a whoop of joy.
Extreme Paranormal Investigations by Marcus F. Griffin
This book gives readers a first-hand account of some of the most hair-raising investigations that Marcus F. Griffin and his ghost hunting crew have conducted over the years. Belle Gunness, America's first female serial killer, and Jeffrey Dahmer are just two examples of whose properties the team visits and encounters some unfriendly ghosts. This book