You May Need To Call Ghostbusters: A Haunted Library

25 May 2018 | Your Stories

The Daily Mail recently featured an interesting article about a haunted library in Iowa, United States. Staff members at an Iowa library are convinced ghosts are lurking between the bookshelves. Librarians at James Kennedy Public Library in Dyersville recently brought in a team of ghost hunters to confirm if there was any paranormal activity going on after several staff members complained of hearing and seeing spooky things when left alone. According to KCRG, about half of the librarians at James Kennedy have said they witnessed eerie things happening when they were alone at work. One employee said things have gotten so weird they no longer feel comfortable working alone. Paul Zurawski, a Teen and Young Adult Librarian at the Dyersville location, told the outlet that one morning while working alone he heard a

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Five Very Haunted Spots in Laramie

18 May 2018 | Your Stories

Laramie Live featured an interesting article for Paranormal Day. May 3rd is Paranormal Day, in which people are encouraged to share their experiences with the paranormal, according to National Day Calendar. With Laramie’s illustrious 150 year history, it should come as no surprise that people who have been to the Gem City, whether they moved here or were just passing through, have stories of interactions with the paranormal. Knight Hall Also featured in “5 Wyoming Stories That Should Be Featured on Drunk History”, Knight Hall owes its alleged paranormal activity to the gravesite that was discovered at the location during the construction of the building. Although you have probably heard about the petrified corpse found underneath the building, there are also reports of beating drums in the basement, the ghost of a young Native

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Don’t Go Near The Woods: The Most Haunted Woods in the World

09 May 2018 | Your Stories

Forests are creepy enough in their own right. Add some urban legends about murder victims who now roam the forest as ghosts, and you’ll never want to wander through one again. We rounded up 10 forests around the world that are thought to be haunted. Discover the most haunted woods in the world here. Have you tried these great #paranormal books from G. Michael Vasey? If you’re looking for true tales of the paranormal to keep you chilled throughout this harsh winter… just click here.

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13 Cursed Movies for Friday the 13th, From ‘Poltergeist’ to ‘The Crow’

02 May 2018 | Your Stories

This article comes from The Wrap. You can see the original article here. Making movies proves that Murphy’s Law is a real and horrifying thing. These 13 films were struck by chaos, misfortune — and in some cases even death, during their production. Some became massive blunders while others became cult favorites famous for their notorious development. Over the course of the making of the Poltergeist trilogy, four cast members died. The most shocking was 12-year-old Heather O’Rourke, who died of septic shock at age 12. No one was seriously hurt during filming of The Omen. but chaos seemed to surround everyone involved. Star Gregory Peck and screenwriter David Seltzer had their flights struck by lightning on way to filming. Director Richard Donner‘s hotel was bombed by the IRA, and members of the

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Camilla’s GHOST FEAR: Duchess Refused To Stay With Charles In ‘Haunted House’

24 April 2018 | Your Stories

A royal fear of ghosts was revealed in the Express this week. You can read the original article right here. The 70-year-old royal, was once so scared by a mysterious spirit lurking in the shadows of his Dumfries house project she refused to visit the stately home. Her alarm at the eerie presence put her off visiting the house because she froze when she felt the ghost move. The Duchess made the revelation in a documentary called “The Real Camilla”, which aired on ITV last night. The house was dilapidated and was only saved because the Prince of Wales decided the building should undergo extensive restoration a decade ago. The house has now been restored back to its part glory as it dates back to Georgian time. Camilla spoke of

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The Dorset Echo Reports About A Pump Haunted By A Bucket Carrying Boy

21 April 2018 | Your Stories

The Dorset Echo recently included a story about a town pump in Dorchester that was erected AD 1784, around the same time as Grey’s Bridge. It was erected on the site of the cupola or market house in the county town and the plaque commemorates this erection. This memorial is on the site of what was once a lively market. Rumour has it that the area around the obelisk is haunted by the ghost of a small boy. Witnesses have described him as wearing dirty clothing, being bare-footed and carrying a wooden bucket. It seems as though he collects water in his bucket and then disappears into thin air. He’s only ever seen in broad daylight at a certain time of day with witnesses describing him as being very ‘solid’ and ‘real life’

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Pet Groomer Shares Her Experience As A Paranormal Investigator

18 April 2018 | Your Stories

In a new article from Tiffany Smith explains her interest in the unexplained. Last summer the 50-year-old Ellensburg dog groomer got her chance to take her first step into a larger world. Smith joined the CenterState Paranormal Investigations group, not to try to prove anything to anyone, but more to obtain a deeper understanding for herself. “A lot of people do hoaxes and they put out false stuff,” she said. “I want to be in the driver’s seat. I want to have it first hand so I can make my own conclusions. Whether anybody believes me or not, I don’t care.” Smith admits she has a bit of a shy streak, but said CPI welcomed her with open arms. “They were very warm and receiving and have senses of

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Do Paranormal Experiences Come From Other Dimensions?

12 April 2018 | Your Stories

Professor Bernard Carr is a professor of mathematics and astronomy at the Queen Mary University of London. He studied under Stephen Hawking and earned his doctorate at Cambridge. This is not a man to make up mumbo-jumbo to gain attention, nor is he in the habit of spouting half-baked theories about ghosts and aliens fabricated from baseless speculation. So when Professor Carr says that paranormal activity is real and that it’s actually happening in another dimension, it’s important not to dismiss him as yet another conspiracy theorist trying to become internet famous. In a talk at the Euro-PA Conference, Carr explained why we shouldn’t be too quick to dismiss so-called paranormal events. Carr believes that there’s a hierarchical structure to the dimensions – many of which we cannot perceive – but that the human consciousness

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Detroit Ghost Caught On Camera

11 April 2018 | Your Stories

GROSSE POINTE PARK, Mich. – Detroit Paranormal Expeditions conducted an investigation at Atwater in the Park in Grosse Pointe Park last month where cameras appeared to catch a ghostly figure flying through the air. Atwater in the Park, an extension of Detroit’s Atwater Brewery, is in a church that dates back to the 1930s. Employees have had many interactions with ghosts there. Local 4’s Alex Atwell had his camera rolling when an unexplained figure seems to cross through the air. Atwater Brewery and Detroit Paranormal Expeditions are also partnering for a new haunted brew called, “Hello From The Other Side,” a beer that includes sage, a common tool use by ghost hunters to cleanse evil spirits. The beer launch party is April 13 at Atwater in the Park in Grosse Pointe Park. More info on the event here. Read the original article

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More Sightings of Ghosts at Berry Pomeroy Castle

09 April 2018 | Your Stories

A group of ghost hunters have captured a ghostly figure as they took a selfie at Berry Pomeroy Castle. Wayne from Ivybridge, along with friends John and Shaun visited the historic castle near Totnes around eight weeks ago. The trio decided to take a selfie on what was their first ghostly outing as a group at around 12.30pm at the side of the castle. Wayne said: “As we we’re leaving, John took a selfie of us and there was nothing on the photo when we first took it. “It’s 100% legit, I know lots of people will suggest that its vape smoke or whatever but nobody was vaping or smoking. “If you look properly it’s like a mist, but it’s green in colour. “We we’re running a K2 session at

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The Haunted Clown Motel? It’s Real… Apparently!

05 April 2018 | Bizarre, Your Stories

If you’re not a fan of clowns, the Clown Motel might not be the place for you. But if you’re a horror lover, then it might just be your next must-see attraction. The Clown Motel is located in Tonopah, Nevada, and even better: It’s rumored to be haunted… As The Huffington Post explains, it’s literally decked out in clowns. The front office filled with clown figurines, and every room is clown-themed. “There are clowns on the doors, and portraits of famous clowns hang on the walls,” they share. Oh yeah—the motel also sits right next to a graveyard. Uh… Yeah. Terrifying. “Head clown” Bob Perchetti and his wife, Deborah, purchased the hotel in 1996. We’re not sure we’ll be crashing there anytime soon… But we’re not going to lie: It’s tempting. You’ll just have to read the Yelp

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Inside The ‘Haunted’ Tudor Mansion of “Phantom Thread”

07 March 2018 | Your Stories

Hidden in its own valley down a winding mud track, Owlpen Manor is not a place for articulated lorries. Yet last March a fleet of white trucks descended on this tranquil corner of the Cotswolds, bringing with them the production crew and equipment for Phantom Thread, Daniel Day-Lewis’s final, and Oscar-nominated, film. “We were chosen not because of any practicalities – there weren’t any – but because Daniel came to the house and loved it,” explains Hugo Mander, who grew up at Owlpen, near Stroud, and now runs the estate on behalf of his parents, Sir Nicholas and Lady Mander. Day-Lewis “had a sort of meeting of minds with my father – they chatted about old houses and poetry. I think he knew immediately that his character would live in a

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