• 8:47 PM

    I am a great advocate of people having as much information as possible. With that said here are some notes and thoughts about the first episode of Ghost Stalkers. I’ll be posting a piece like this of every episode. What you didn’t see on the episode. Chad and I always do a daytime investigation. None

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  • 3:14 PM

    Where to begin? Now that the first episode of Ghost Stalkers has premiered I have been contacted by a dizzying amount of people about the the nature of my near-death experience. This is something that I knew I would have to confront once the show was on but it is honestly is a daunting task.

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  • 10:31 AM

    Recently I was asked by the Huffington Post to create a list which people could use to tell if their house was haunted. I of course told them, then such list that could not be made and instead wrote them a brief little letter they could use in lieu of such a list. The Huffington

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  • 2:19 PM

    During paranormal investigations, I have seen people put a ball in the center of the floor and ask “spirits” to “Roll the ball.” Last year the ball began to roll. Over the last 27 years, I’ve been involved with innumerable projects—some succeeding, some failing—but they are always learning experiences. True to form, the biggest of

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  • 4:01 PM

    I know you love being “hip” and you love your facial hair and you love researching weird stuff but all these gentleman have you beat. 8. Arthur Conan Doyle Aside from being a doctor, being knighted AND creating Sherlock Holmes Sir Arthur C. Doyle loved researching supernatural phenomena, until he didn’t. Moustache Level: Sherlockian 7.

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  • 3:37 PM

    Everyone, including the writers from television shows, get tired. As these “writer’s” days become fuzzy from working on horrible T.V. shows they will inevitably kick out a show that has some type of paranormal theme. These five only represent the thousands that exist, Happy Days had Mork, Larry from Three’s Company mentions seeing a sea

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  • 7:16 PM

    Sounds of the Weird is a soundtrack of audio experiments meant to accompany research into unusual phenomena. Each volume of the collection is crafted using, in most instances, ambient sounds from the time periods and locations of specific anomalous experiences. Sometimes melodious, other times discordant Sounds of the Weird strives to be a new strange

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  • 8:28 PM

    ROYAL OAK, Mich. — Citizens who are easily scared or who are fascinated by the paranormal may be wondering where they can find — or hide from — the cities in Michigan where they’re most likely to encounter ghosts and paranormal phenomena. To help the communities enjoy their Halloween season, paranormal researcher John E.L. Tenney

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  • Anti-Static Combs: Electric Boogaloo
    1:53 PM

    Every now and again I am contacted by individuals who believe they are not only affected by electromagnetic fields but can personal effect electronics and electromagnetic fields. Mostly this comes in the form of turning streetlights on and off while passing near or under them. This phenomena is known throughout the paranormal community as Street

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  • Haunted Hooey – Part Three: Cold Readings – Section 1
    1:52 PM

    Over the last 100 years there have been numerous and various attempts to gather and collect data which would prove that some, or all, people do indeed possess some sort of psychic ability. The results are as controversial as the findings and belief systems of the persons involved in administering and taking the tests. One

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  • 2:14 PM

    The CBS Radio Workshop was a dramatic radio series that aired on CBS in the 1950’s. Subtitled “radio’s distinguished series to man’s imagination,” it blended fiction and non-fiction news accounts. In this episode from 1956 the concepts of ESP, Dowsing, Precognition and Telepathy are covered. Starring John McIntyre and Raymond Burr. CBS Radio Workshop: A

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