Category Archives: Mythology and Folklore

Live Paranormal Q and A! Tonight @ 6PM EST!

Hello my dear readers! Tonight I will be trying something new. As an extension of the blog, at 6:00 PM EST, I will be hosting a live video feed from my Facebook which will deal with the paranormal where you … Continue reading

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Shadow’s Reflection: My First Shadow Person Encounter

  “Thoughts are the shadows of our feelings-always darker, emptier and simpler.” —   Friederich Nietzsche. A few years back, I wrote an article on shadow people and possible explanations for them. Looking back at that article, I find it lacking … Continue reading

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Shadow People: What are they?

Shadow People: What Are They?     Different authors and people in the paranormal have their theories as to what a shadow person is, and these ideas come from all fields of study and belief, ranging from metaphysics, religious ideals, … Continue reading

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Rotherwood: House of Hell

  Houses are living things. I’ve said it before. They see, hear and breathe. Sometimes, I think, they breathe in what we put into them and when they exhale, they put out whatever they took in to begin with only … Continue reading

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Mountain of Death: The Dyatlov Pass Incident

  On the night of February 2, 1959, nine experienced hikers cut open their own tent and fled for their lives, blindly, into a blizzard, half-dressed deep in the Ural Mountains. All nine of the hikers would never leave the … Continue reading

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The Dark Side of Christmas: Krampus and Other Christmas Ghost Stories.

In the silent dead of night streets are empty, long made impassable by the snowdrifts. Ice dangles from rooftops and the stars above in the ebony sky sparkle. A cold wind winds its way between the eaves and on every … Continue reading

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Sensabaugh Tunnel: Haunted history or local folktale?

Sensabaugh Tunnel: Kingsport, TN: Haunted history or local folktale? (Road sign for Sensabaugh Hollow Road.) “…Houses are alive. This is something we know. News from our nerve endings. If we’re quiet, if we listen, we can hear houses breath. Sometimes, … Continue reading

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