Tag: haunting

Why Are There so Many Ghosts from the Civil War?

The Civil War pinned brother against brother, and it tore the United States apart. It all wasn’t for a pointless reason, as we know. But, it doesn’t give our nation an absolution from the 620,000 Americans who lost their lives. They were lost in battle, from illness, and awful circumstances that the Civil War brought….


Episode 2 – Legends of the Outer Banks

Download File | Play in New Window | Duration: 50:40 Subscribe Spreaker| Spotify| Apple Podcasts| Google Podcasts While the folks up north tend to get the claim to fame for being home to some of the earliest pioneers and colonizers of the United States, we can’t forget the South. Or, more specifically, North Carolina. Early…


Ghost Stories of the Founding Fathers

Another Fourth of July has come and gone. Every year, I can’t help but think of the ghosts of the patriots who still reside with us. While their physical bodies are gone, their spirits live on in this country they created through blood, sweat, and tears. Could it be that these founding fathers are still…


Episode 1 – Ghost Hunting in People’s Homes

Download File | Play in New Window | Duration: 33:29 Subscribe Spreaker| Spotify| Apple Podcasts| Google Podcasts In this episode, APS Core members Alex, Jenny, and Donna talk about what brought them into the paranormal and helping people deal with their hauntings in their homes.


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!…


Lady Oiwa: Japan’s Most Terrifying Onryō

Being both in theatre and the paranormal, I find myself searching for theatrical ghost stories. When I ran into a kabuki play called, “Yotsuya Kaidan” by Tsuruya Nanboku IV, I felt like I struck gold. At the time, I was looking for something to adapt to the stage as a modern tale in the horror genre. I…


My Family Went on Vacation & All I Got Was This Ghost Story

People go on vacation for a variety of reasons:  adventure, bonding with family friends, to use up their hours from work and most commonly, to decompress, relax and get away from it all. According to Linda Durnell from the Huffington Post, studies show that experiencing something traumatic during vacation can be even more distressful than…


Residential Cases: Why Bother?

I was recently interviewed on the “American Ghost Hunter” show, and I was faced with a question that I often hear these days. Why residential cases? Why indeed… For the past seven years of APS’ existence, our bread and butter have been residential cases. My experience in paranormal investigation goes far beyond the seven years,…


5 Tips for the Advanced Ghost Hunter

All over the internet, you can find tips and tricks for someone who is new to ghost hunting. This is fantastic, don’t get me wrong. But what about for those of us who have been doing this for a while? This year, I realized it’s been over ten years since I started ghost hunting for…


With You In Your Dreams

We’ve all been there when it comes to having lost loved ones in our dreams. Some will say that it’s our loved one actually visiting us while we snooze. Others will say it’s all in our mind and that we’re projecting our stress, thoughts, and more and they come across as symbols. I have always…