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The Phantom Hound of Willoughby, Ohio | The Lineup

“Is there anyone here with us? Are you trying to get our attention?” I asked. At that moment, I felt the sensation of a large furry animal scurrying over my sandal-clad skin. “OH MY GOD! There’s something by my feet!” I screamed. I didn’t have a flashlight to see the 50 pound tarantula

Ghost hunter snaps ‘terrifying figure’ at historic 15th century building | Yahoo7

An experienced self-proclaimed ghost hunter claims to have captured a surreal image of a ‘female ghost’ walking around the ground of a historic English estate. Ghost hunter, Erica Gregory made the surprising discovery when she spent the night with other members of her paranormal activity group while they were touring Turton

Ways To Contact The Dead | The Controversial Files

Words of advice: no matter how much of a skeptic you are, don’t mess with these things for giggles.  I've heard many, many theories about how our own sub-conscious is the greatest link for spirit communication. We’re just so bothered with everyday activities that we can’t hear what the other side

100 Spooky Articles From Wikipedia.com | Ghosts And Ghouls

Enjoy reading about ghosts, ghouls, and other spooky phenomenon? Here are 100 creepy Wikipedia articles that will scare you silly. Topics Covered: Strange Phenomena and Events Min Min Light Deathbed Phenomena Bilocation Spontaneous Human Combustion Moberly-Jourdain Incident Electronic Voice Phenomena Spooklight Hairy Hands The Devil's Footprints Maco Light Curses and Omens Death Coach Chair of Death The Gray Man Devil Bird Robert the Doll Doppelganger The Curse of Little Bastard The

Haunted village? Paranormal investigators hear ghosts at Dawson Creek historic site | Alaska Highway News

Someone, or something, still resides in the Johnson Home. That's the theory of a group of paranormal investigators who've taken an interest in the pioneer homestead in Dawson Creek. Members of Grande Prairie-based SPIRIT, the Supernatural Paranormal Investigation Research Institute, visited the 30s-era log cabin in the Pioneer Village this summer. "When I

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