• “Old Hag” Syndrome Explained92

    • April 12, 2011

    The “Old Hag” syndrome. Quite possibly one of the most terrifying sleep related disorders that affects more people than previously thought. Tales of an “old hag” coming into somebody’s bedroom at night and pinning them down while they struggle to breath from the enormous pressure they feel smashing down on their chest, are well too

  • ‘Ghostly Encounters’ Producer Looks For More Tales11

    • February 9, 2010

    Like many, I enjoy a good ghost story. Fiction or ‘based on true events’ I like them all. Especially when you have a master story teller weaving a a creepy tale that encircles your head for days on end. In my opinion there aren’t many good paranormal shows on the TV. Sure I enjoy Discovery’s

  • Professor French: Waking Nightmare Of Sleep Paralysis13

    • October 6, 2009

    Hypnagogia is the usual explanation for ‘Sleep Paralysis’ or commonly known as the “Old Hag” syndrome. I think I’ve only experienced this once, and it is not a good feeling. In this article, Professor Chris French recounts some heavy experiences of sleep paralysis by people. Some of which include visions of goblin-like beings, fairies and

  • Using Hypnagogia as a ghost theory21

    • December 28, 2008

    As many of you may already know, we here at GhostTheory subscribe to a more skeptical mindset. A mere logical and headstrong sense when we review cases. There are many explanations that we like to use when debunking cases or evidence presented to us or the world. Like a swiss army knife that is full


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