Readers, please enjoy this guest blog post by Patrick Burke, co-author of the new Ghost Soldiers of Gettysburg.
As an expert on battlefield and historical haunting, I am mostly asked questions when doing a lecture or presentation specific to that genre. But once in a while, I get the surprise question that almost always leads me into a new direction of exploring my own Psi abilities and going off the beaten path of paranormal or spiritual world.
I was at a conference doing my presentation called, "History with a Twist" and, as is the norm, most of the questions were about the various photos and videos of apparitions or the EVP I captured at various battlefields and historic locations.
Readers, please enjoy this guest blog post by Jamie Davis, co-author of Haunted Asylums, Prisons, and Sanatoriums.
A clear front-runner for the title of "America’s Most Haunted Hotel," The Crescent had been on my list of places to visit for a good five years before I finally made it out there in June 2013.
The intrigue of the place lies in all of the mysterious tales told about the days when, in 1937, Dr. Norman Baker turned the old 1908 Crescent College and Conservatory for Young Women into a cancer hospital. He is made out to be a quack who made about $4 million doing things such as injecting carbolic acid right into tumors and giving his patients spring water to drink. There are
Readers, please enjoy this guest blog post by Debra Robinson, author of A Haunted Life.
One of the most common situations I run in to as a psychic is the person who comes along with their friend getting the reading and, when asked if they want one too, they fearfully say, "I don’t want to know." Usually, when quizzed, they will spill the fear of being told they'll die. Most people don't want to know that!
The truth is, it's hard to predict physical death. There are certain tarot cards that can represent it, but it's usually a combination of several cards rather than just one. With palmistry, there can be indicators of "something" dangerous coming, represented by a cutting line or
A businessman who was inspecting a run-down castle in England for a possible purchase captured more than just images while taking photos. One photo reveals a young woman looking out the window. You may think that it was just someone standing near the window, but there is currently no floor beside that window, which would make it very hard for a woman to look out that particular window!
This story reminded me of the story from last year where another ghostly apparition was captured on film during a family visit to Tantillon Castle in Scotland. Experts seem to be baffled with this case.
Have you ever captured anything mysterious with your camera?