Article Topic: Paranormal PhenomenaOrder by: date | title | author
Date: 2015-08-31 By: Adam Selzer
Lincoln scholar Hans Holzer once remarked that, "Either Lincoln is the most peripatetic ghost in the country or people think every tall ghost is Lincoln." Many people claim to have seen Lincoln's ghost, in places ranging from the White House to practically every other place he (or his body) ever visited. So how do we separate fiction from haunted fact? Adam Selzer, author of the new Ghosts of Lincoln, explains.
Date: 2015-08-07 By: Richard Southall
Date: 2015-07-27 By: Gary Gillespie
In his new book, Chronicles of the Unexplained, author Gary Gillespie provides several accounts of ordinary people encountering extraordinary, often unexplained situations. He and his family are not immune to these encounters, either. Discover why coincidences should maybe not so easily be dismissed as merely such.
Date: 2015-06-29 By: Richard Southall
Richard Southall's new book, Haunted Plantations of the South, is now available. What makes these antiquated locales so haunted—and so intriguing? Is it the legends, or the experiences? The author of Haunted Route 66, Haunted Plantations of the South, and How to Be a Ghost Hunter explains.
Date: 2015-05-05 By: Jamie Davis
The Old City Jail ("Gaol") in Charleston, South Carolina was built in 1802 right over the Provost Dungeon and a potter's field. It also served as an insane asylum and housed Union soldiers (prisoners of war). Why is this site considered so haunted? Is it due to the on-site death toll (estimated to be anywhere between 10,000 and 14,000)? Is it due to the deplorable conditions? Or perhaps some of its famous inmates? Jamie Davis, author of Haunted Asylums, Prisons, and Sanatoriums, went to explore.
Date: 2015-01-15 By: Debra Robinson
One common element between paranormal writers, enthusiasts, and investigators is an experience with a haunting. Here, Debra Robinson, author of A Haunted Life and The Dead Are Watching, discusses her experiences growing up and some of the haunted stories that she encounters as she continues her investigations.
Date: 2014-11-01 By: Kristy Robinett
Kristy Robinett has for the past three decades been guided in spirit by Edgar Allan Poe–the famous Gothic writer most known for his bushy eyebrows, heavy drinking, and moody temperament. Yes, that Edgar Allan Poe. Why her? Here she shares her incredible story, dispels skepticism, and invites us to allow our helpers from the other side into our lives.
Date: 2014-10-22 By: Patrick Burke
Perhaps you've experienced paranormal phenomena, such as seeing an apparition or other entity. But how do you capture evidence of such? Patrick Burke, co-author of Ghost Soldiers of Gettysburg, describes his process and experiences.
Date: 2014-10-20 By: Jack Roth
It's hard to go to Gettysburg and not run into someone who has had a "strange" experience there. From true believers to outright skeptics, everyone reacts to these experiences with a sense of uncertainty, and the one thing they all have in common is the fact that they can't confirm what happened to them. Jack Roth, co-author of Ghost Soldiers of Gettysburg, describes why we should embrace these experiences, despite anything that science might suggest to the contrary.
Date: 2014-09-29 By: Debi Chestnut
Why is it that certain things and places spook a lot of people? Places such as basements, attics, abandoned buildings; dolls; clowns—the list is endless. Are these feelings based in truth, or past experiences with television and film? Debi Chestnut, author of the new Stalking Shadows, explains how we can move past our initial feelings of unease and continue forward.