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Waverly Hills Sanatorium is probably on every paranormal investigator's bucket list for a reason. It's a sprawling, 180,000 square-foot structure (it has its own zip code) nestled amongst beautiful wilderness, but isn't so off-the-beaten path that you need to deplete your bank account hiring sherpas to get you there. Its tragic history makes ghost hunters and purveyors of the macabre salivate: the structure was built and constantly expanded to accommodate the throngs of tuberculosis patients who spent their final days among its halls. It's been featured on a number of popular paranormal series, Ghost Hunters included, multiple times. Many independent research teams have shared stunning ...

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Death is an inevitable part of life. Reminders of our own mortality surround us everyday. Any time we read a newspaper, turn on the news, or consume media, we are shown heartbreaking stories of a tragic loss of life. As the old saying goes, "If it bleeds, it leads." At some point throughout our lifetime, we will experience the loss of a loved one, a friend, an acquaintance. With each passing, we are faced with a question: What happens when we die? I was first faced with that question on September 8th, 1995, when my oldest brother Eric passed away from cancer at the age of 24. Learning About DeathI was only eight years old at the time of my brother's passing. The concept of death was a ...

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Image via Startribune.com. Wabasha Street CavesSt. Paul, Minnesota http://www.wabashastreetcaves.com/ Looking like a mini castle built into the side of a cliff, the Wabasha Street Caves probably aren't what you think they are. First off, they aren't actually caves. They were made in the 1840s and have served a range of functions over the years. And, second, despite the rustic look and being caves of a sort, they aren't located out in the country. They're in downtown St. Paul, minutes from the airport. The caves, or mines actually, were originally created to mine silica for glass-making. Fifty caves or so were carved out of the bluffs and were quite active until the 1880s. When the mining ...

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We live in a fantastic time to be paranormal enthusiasts. Dozens of ghost hunting programs are currently featured on television. There are websites dedicated to developing and selling ghost hunting gear, and tourism for haunted locations is so high that hotels and restaurants often post their ghost stories right on their own websites. But, believe it or not, this isn't the first time that America has been captured by the mystique of ghosts and hauntings. After Margaretta and Catherine Fox claimed to have made contact with a spirit in Hydesville, New York in 1848, a new movement quickly swept across the country: Spiritualism. Not to be confused with Spiritism (a movement started by Allan ...

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