Category: North Carolina

Association of Paranormal Study to Participate in Wreaths Across America

Raleigh, NC – The Association of Paranormal Study is fundraising for Historica Oakwood Cemetery with Wreaths Across America (WAA) this season. For every 2 wreaths sponsored, WAA will give Oakwood a third wreath at no cost. On Saturday, December 14th at 12pm, APS will lay wreaths on the graves of our fallen heroes. This is…


Durham is a Stranger Thing

Let’s Talk about Stranger Things I assure you this article contains no spoilers for season three. I do, however, talk about the connections of the series to the Paranormal, so if you’ve never seen any episodes, you will get a glimpse of what it’s about. However, I don’t think I’m ruining any of the plot…


The Mysterious Case of Raleigh’s Crybaby Lane

Since 2019 started, I wanted to see what was the situation with Crybaby Lane…but a lot has changed since many of the articles on it have been written. I’ll be exploring the history behind this famous NC ghost story and what recently happened to Crybaby Lane. Get ready, because there are lots of photos and articles!…


Aliens: It’s Not That Simple

I was putting my kids to bed tonight and my son asked me, “Mom, what scares you?” I hesitated. I am an avid fan of anything and everything scary and spooky. I have an affinity for serial killers and slasher flics. I’m a paranormal investigator, and I’ve been in a few of the most haunted…


Bigfoot Spotted In North Carolina? You Be the Judge!

Remember how the news exploded over reports that Bigfoot was spotted in McDowell County, North Carolina? Well, it turns out that it was a shaman named  Gawain McGregor wearing animal skins. When the news first broke that Bigfoot was spotted in the Appalachian Mountains, I couldn’t help but feel skeptical. But others literally freaked out…


Sweet Dreams: The Haunted Bed of North Carolina’s Executive Mansion

North Carolina’s Executive Mansion, also known as the Governor’s Mansion, is located in Downtown Raleigh.  The stunning city-block sized building on Blount Street began it’s construction in 1883, and was built mainly using Prison Labor.  The mansion is built from natural materials found in North Carolina, meaning a lot of red brick.  One fascinating piece…