Folsom Prison Ghosts

Posted on Oct 22, 2009 in Headline | no responses

If there is one place that should be haunted, it should be prisons. So much hardship and deaths are radiated throughout prison walls over time. Folsom Prison not being an exception. The infamous prison made famous by Johnny Cash is set to harbor more than just guards and inmates. Ghosts have been reported walking the […]

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Is your school haunted?

Posted on Oct 22, 2009 in Headline | 4 comments

Photo by: Marie-France Coallier, The Gazette Almost every school has it’s Urban legends and ghost stories. I’ve recently been reading about more and more schools doing a bit more investigating and research to see if they can prove that their school is in fact, haunted. I remember while attending my elementary school, rumors went around […]

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Off-duty Sergeant Reports Strange Beings

Posted on Oct 21, 2009 in Headline | one comment

The following report states that an off-duty sergeant stumbled onto a few humanoid figures (for lack of better term) that seemed to be inspecting a crop circle near Silbury Hill, England. The sergeant reported them wearing a white lab coat looking getup, blond and over 6 feet tall. The crackling of a static sound was […]

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Ghosts at Disneyland debunked?

Posted on Oct 20, 2009 in Headline | 9 comments

GT’s Joe Ruiz brought my attention to his video and I thought the readers of GT might like to see this themselves. The video is a debunking video done on YouTube, of course, with the poster narrating some questionable debunk’s on ghostly sightings at Disneyland. I posted an article several weeks back about security camera footage […]

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Extreme Paranormal: Your Thoughts?

Posted on Oct 20, 2009 in Headline | 47 comments

A&E’s Extreme Paranormal premiered last night and I have to say that it was one of the worst paranormal reality shows that I have seen since “Ghost Adventures”. I cannot believe what I was seeing or hearing. Honestly. These were some of the most disrespectful and theatrical displays I have seen. Extreme Paranormal is made […]

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Extreme Paranormal Debuts Tonight: Get Your Grading Pens Out

Posted on Oct 19, 2009 in Headline | 34 comments

Like we mentioned back in September, A&E has a new paranormal show debuting tonight. Following the same suspense building technique as “Paranormal State”, the show’s trailer looks very unimpressive. I know I must be cautious about judging a book by its cover, but I think I’ll take chance here and say that this show will […]

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Creationist Museum Displays Chupacabras

Posted on Oct 19, 2009 in crypto | 2 comments

Remember that story about a “Chupacabras” that was found in Cuero texas? Well apparently the taxidermist sold the stuffed canid to Mr. Adolfi, a museum owner. Mr. Adolfi being a creationist decided to display this creature publicly in order to make a point. If science can be wrong about the existence of the Chupacabras, then […]

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Black American West Museum Haunted?

Posted on Oct 18, 2009 in Headline | no responses

“[Spirit PI] brought children on this investigation to see if they could stir up the spirit of Dr. Justina Ford.” Did I just read that correctly? I know some people include children while ghost hunting, like in family operated paranormal groups and such, but I would think that using them to “conjure up” spirit activity […]

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‘Herald De Paris’ Writer Tells Of Haunted Life

Posted on Oct 18, 2009 in Headline | one comment

A Herald de Paris writer tells of personal ghost stories. As a reminder, if any of you guys have any personal stories to share with us for our “Reader submitted section” send them, we’d be happy to post them up. Full source: Herald de Paris WASHINGTON, DC (Irreverent Homemaker @ Herald de Paris) – I […]

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37 Haunted Years: Woman Adjusts In A Haunted Home

Posted on Oct 17, 2009 in Headline | no responses

“…The first apparition Herbert witnessed was an elderly woman lying in bed with her arms crossed in the upstairs bedroom, which she keeps as the guest room when people visit…” You know if I was to see this in my place, I’d be out of there so quick that the old lady’s head would spin. […]

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Peter Aykroyd To Donate Grandfather’s Journals To University of Manitoba

Posted on Oct 16, 2009 in Headline | no responses

Dan Aykroyd’s fater, Peter Aykroyd whose book “History of Ghosts: The true story of seances, mediums, ghosts and ghostbusters” hit the major bookstores this month, is donating his grandfather’s notes & journals on his paranormal research to the University of Manitoba. This is a very noble and progressive thing someone can do to help advance […]

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The Fourth Kind: Exploited Tragedy

Posted on Oct 16, 2009 in Headline | 42 comments

A lot of buzz (or should I say marketing) is being made for the new Universal Pictures movie “The Fourth Kind”. The movie is being portrayed as factual and a sort of documentary of the mysterious disappearance of several residents in Nome, Alaska. Placing the blame on aliens. Hence the movie title. Now, for some […]

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Friday Video: Paranormal TV Presents “Best Ghost Cases”

Posted on Oct 16, 2009 in Headline | one comment

Today’s “Friday Video” is a compilation of some of the most compelling ghost footage out there. Paranormal TV put together the clip, in which several well known videos, and some unknowns, are shown as proof of ghosts. I’ve seen the majority of them and although I think most can be easily explained, there are some […]

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Chris Moon and FOX news: Swindling Minds & Money

Posted on Oct 15, 2009 in Headline | 32 comments

You might remember the article that Gary @ GhostTheory wrote awhile back about “Frank’s Box“. A device that many hoaxers use to “talk to the dead”. For us here at GhostTheory we think that using this device and claiming to talk to the dead and have people believe in it is just plain irresponsible; but […]

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Family Living In Haunted Home

Posted on Oct 15, 2009 in Headline | no responses

The reports of the haunted home seem to be more like small nuisances rather than a terrifying haunting. The Muñoz family seems to be experiencing light poltergeist activity with a claim apparition. Of course, it’s always suspect when someone who claims their home to be haunted selling tickets for a personal tour. Given the location […]

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Sorority Haunted By Entity

Posted on Oct 14, 2009 in Headline | no responses

The reports about some of the attacks by unseen forces from this university are pretty violent. From simple nuisances like noises or water faucets turning on their own, to having their hair pulled, pushed down the stairs and being choked. The girls from Phi Sigma Sigma are trying to get to the bottom of these […]

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Is Anton Art Center Haunted?

Posted on Oct 14, 2009 in Headline | no responses

Macomb, Michigan. Strange reports of doors opening and closing on their own, disembodied laughter of children and other strange sounds have been reported in the Anton Art Center. The 105 year old building is full of these reports by staff and visitors. “Scientific Paranormal Investigations of Michigan” (warning: loud annoying music when visiting the site […]

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Asia “Alien Image” in UFO: Not what it seems

Posted on Oct 14, 2009 in Headline | 4 comments

I received and email about 4:30 am from Michael Cohen, who runs Allnewsweb.com, a website for UFO/Extraterrestrial news. Over the past few weeks, I’ve been subscribed to their email list and have been getting plenty of UFO stories. I rarely post them due to that fact that they all have very poor evidence to support […]

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Fortean Times: “It Happened To Me!” Book

Posted on Oct 14, 2009 in Headline | no responses

Fortean Time’s new book, ” It Happened To Me! ” is a collection of years and years of reader submitted material compiled into one book. I frequent Fortean Times’ website and like to read the stories that are submitted from time to time. Most seem like they are far-fetched, then there are the ones that […]

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SNL’s “Most Haunted” spoof

Posted on Oct 14, 2009 in Headline | 3 comments

I figured we can start our “hump day” (Wednesday) with a little laugh. This is classic “fart joke” humor, needless to say I spilled my oatmeal laughing. LOL.

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Peter Aykroyd's "A history of Ghosts"

Book Review: “A History of Ghosts: The True Story of Seances, Mediums, Ghosts, and Ghostbusters”

Posted on Oct 13, 2009 in Book Reviews | 7 comments

  I was contacted by Beth Tarson, Senior Publicist for “Rodale Trade Books” sometime late last month. She asked if I wanted a free copy of Peter Aykroyd’s book “A History of Ghosts: The True Story of Seances, Mediums, Ghosts, and Ghostbusters” to review here on GhostTheory. Peter Aykroyd (father of actor Dan Aykroyd) has […]

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“Pepper’s Ghost” illusion

Posted on Oct 12, 2009 in Headline | 11 comments

In this day in age thousands of people are easily deceived with “authentic” ghost videos that spring up on YouTube almost by the minute. The abundant software and hardware that the technological boom has provided only facilitates the hoaxers efforts. Some of us are quick to point out the obvious “Photoshop” or CG editing mistakes, […]

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