• War and the ghosts of Gettysburg5

    • April 26, 2008

    War. One of the most selfish and atrocious acts of mankind. Conjured by the elite and acted upon by the have-nots, has been part of our nature from the dawn of civilization. From the early days in Mesopotamian history to today’s war that seems like a farce, war has displaced millions of people physically and

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  • Flying entities of Mexico – A closer look21

    • April 23, 2008

    In may of 2006, the city of Nuevo León, Mexico abruptly made it’s way onto the annals of the paranormal. Reports started circulating the Mexican press, as well as the web, about a strange UFO captured on video. Not a UFO in the sense of a “flying saucer”, but a UFO in the true meaning

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  • New Arizona lights sighting ?2

    • April 22, 2008

    Several Valley residents reported seeing strange red lights in the sky on Monday night. One north Phoenix resident, who wished to remain anonymous, said he saw four or five red lights lined up in a straight line and spaced apart evenly. The lights slowly moved east and became dimmer as the witness watched. He said

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  • Paranormal expert says ghosts won’t be moving to new Yankee Stadium0

    • April 18, 2008

    The new baseball structure going up in the Bronx may represent something strange in the neighborhood for the ghosts of Yankee lore. They may not so readily transfer their energy from the old rafters to the new suites and skyboxes. With their lease on eternity at the old Yankee Stadium endangered, perhaps Ruth, Gehrig, DiMaggio

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  • Monsters From Scottish Folklore Brought Back To Life0

    • April 17, 2008

    FROM ghosts and goblins to sea monsters and cannibals, Scottish history is littered with tales of the weird and wonderful. While some Scottish legends have become much-loved parts of our culture, other stories have disappeared into obscurity over the centuries. Now Glasgow University is set to revive Scotland’s folklore thanks to a new postgraduate course

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  • Alexandria Hotel – Haunted Los Angeles93

    • April 15, 2008

    The Alexandria hotel is situated in downtown Los Angeles. Opened in 1906, it was one of the most socially active restaurant and hotel in it’s time. Serving the hollywood, political and social elite like Winston Churchill, Enrico Caruso, King Edward VIII and American presidents like Taft, Wilson and Theodore Roosevelt. Charlie Chaplin used to frequent

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  • “A haunting” Discovery Channel5

    • April 10, 2008

    When it comes to documentaries on ghost stories, Discovery channel has them all beat. The show aired it’s full featured pilot on October 28, 2005. To my surprised, their research and portrayal of the haunted cases is fairly accurate. When I first saw the pilot episode, it was a breath of fresh air. Tired of

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  • “Soldier Ghost” Caught on film3

    • April 10, 2008

    A group of amateur film-makers believe they may have proof that ghosts really do exist after one of them caught something strange on camera. George Gunn said he captured pictures of a ghostly apparition while out walking along a footpath in Outwood, near Wakefield, West Yorkshire. Mr Gunn, a member of Outwood Community Video Club,

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  • World’s scariest ghosts1

    • April 9, 2008

    Bravo TV made a very thorough and detailed documentary on some of the most compelling paranormal cases. Including some never before seen footage on TV about actual poltergeist activity. Here it is in it’s entirety. Turn off the lights and enjoy!

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  • Pennsylvania police station haunted?1

    • April 8, 2008

    Who you gonna call? By Mary Niederberger, Pittsburgh Post-Gazette Local police are used to getting calls to investigate things that go bump in the night. But the Homestead police department recently had to call in outside help to investigate what some officers and other employees say are strange noises and goings on at the police

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  • Los Angeles, city of (roaming) angels.17

    • April 7, 2008

    Los Angeles, the so-called “City of Angels”. It’s a chilled and cloudy April evening here in noisy downtown Los Angeles. Traffic, pedestrians and residents all run through these few miles of one-way mazes across such a vast demographic. 5 blocks away from me is the mega Nokia theatre and 2 blocks away is the infamous

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  • Emotions & Electromagnetism – A hypothesis on residual haunting22

    • April 3, 2008

    Nikola Tesla experimens with Electromagnetism The following thesis is an attempt to bring forth a new form of reason towards the understanding of the paranormal or the events that are beyond the scientific explanation. The following theories will be a juxtaposition between the paranormal and the way modern computers work. The thesis is not a

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