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George Washington Haunts Here: The Ghost of the First President

In honor of George Washington’s birthday, here are three sites that George Washington’s ghost has been seen. Mount Vernon Mount Vernon photograph courtesy of George Washington’s Mount Vernon George Washington owned Mount Vernon from 1761 until his death in 1799. Mount Vernon was where Washington was the happiest. In the spring of 1806, Massachusetts politician…


Haunted Statesville, NC: The Tragedy, Legend and Personal Experiences

Every town has some kind of haunted history. Yet, I just happened to be lucky enough to grow up in one that has multiple stories and legends. Some of the legends are well documented, and others are handed down from generation to generation. They exist because of tragic accidents, spooky settings, and eyewitness accounts some…


The Legend of the Pactolus Light – Pledge Nights

One of the greatest adventures I had in college was being a member of my fraternity. Brotherhood meant everything to me. It was the brotherhood that helped me get through some of the toughest moments in my time at East Carolina University. To this day, my brothers are still a part of my life; though…


Want to Develop Your Psychic Abilities? Try These Exercises

Through the years I have always felt I had some kind of gut intuition. The ability to know and feel someone’s aura you could say. I was able to tell whether they were someone I wanted to be around or whether they were someone to keep at a distance. Over the past couple years, this…


Celebrating Black/POC Voices in the Paranormal Community – Juneteenth 2021

Juneteenth, also known as Freedom Day, is a holiday celebrating the emancipation of those who had been enslaved in the US. Although history tells us that the Emancipation Proclamation became law in January of 1863; it wasn’t until over 2 years later on June 19, 1865, that a Union General rode through Texas (where there…


“Ghosts Abroad Ireland” by Vanessa Hogle is a Triumph for Forgotten History

Just in time for St. Patrick’s Day, Vanessa Hogle released her latest book, Ghosts Abroad Ireland. This was a unique look into the hauntings of Southern Ireland. It’s filled with “hole in the wall” haunted places that stray from the beaten path. Meaning, you’re not going to read about popular haunted hot spots in this…


How to Survive as an Empath in Our Current World

At some point in their lives, empaths are drawn to explore the paranormal. In addition, they may explore other spirit-based beliefs and practices. This belief is formed by my own experience as well as meeting so many people in the paranormal community who feel they can relate to the beauty and struggles that come with…


Why You Should Investigate a Haunted Place Multiple Times

Paranormal investigators have the privilege of being able to explore some of the most historic locations in the world. We have the opportunity to try to communicate with the spirits that reside in these locations. Depending on where you are at financially and geographically, sometimes you can only visit a place once. However, you can’t…


The Haunting Experiment of Edinburgh Castle

We are drawn to haunted places because they possess something that is extraordinary; ghosts. Most of us are lucky enough to not have to deal with paranormal occurrences on a daily basis. This means that when one does have an encounter with something strange, it’s all the more terrifying, and yet, fascinating. Most of these…


Events for Paranormal Day Weekend 2020

Did you know that Paranormal Day is a week from today? We have some really exciting events happening for the whole weekend! All times are in ET. Saturday, May 2nd, 2020 1pm – Q&A w/ Director Alex Matsuo on her appearance on Travel Channel’s “Most Terrifying Places in America.” Her episode, “Cursed Towns”, will be airing on Travel…