Readers, please enjoy this guest blog post by Stephen Lancaster, author of Haunted World War II and the new Norman 2.
We've all heard the stories about the dog that followed somebody home. In the paranormal field, we often hear of the stories about the ghost that did the same. But what causes that attachment? Is it purposeful or is it involuntary? Or is it due to something we can explain scientifically?
I do believe in some cases it is purposeful and with motive, but for the sake of this blog post, I am going to offer up another plausible cause.
In my twenty-three years of research, I have experienced this a handful of times. I refer to the ghost that followed you home as a form of
Readers, please enjoy this guest blog post by Natalie Fowler, author of the new Spirit's Way Home.
As we start counting down the days to the impending All Hallow's Eve, 'tis the season for all things creepy and spooky. It is said to be the time of year where the veil is thinner and those things that go bump in the night…bump a little louder.
While it is fun to be startled and some actively seek the thrill of a good scare, this doesn't have to be a time of fear. After all, we are the ones with a physical body. Anything existing in the nether is just a sliver of energy, a fraction of what it once was.
In school, our science and health classes taught us how to take care of our
So many of us are stuck at home, looking for new sources of entertainment and learning. Why not try something new that may be out of your comfort zone?
Tarot is a deck of cards (usually 78) that can be used for any number of purposes, including divination and fortune-telling. The uses for tarot cards are endless! Some users draw cards in response to specific questions, looking for answers. Others use them for inspiration, carrying a card with them during the day. Others simply collect decks for their unique art. However you use the tarot, these dark and paranormal-themed decks might be just the new thing you're looking for at this time.
The zombie apocalypse is upon us, and
Readers, please enjoy this guest blog post by Matthew L. Swayne, author of Haunted World War II and the new Haunted Rails.
Almost every town in the United States—and much of the world, for that matter—has two strips of steel secured in place by a plank of lumber that connects it to other communities. It's the railroad. And every town with a railroad line, or an old train station, or a piece of railroad infrastructure (like a tunnel or a bridge) seems to be connected by another more supernatural line: railroad ghosts.
As I collected stories for my book, Haunted Rails, I wondered why these ghostly legends and paranormal accounts seem to attach themselves to what—to me, at