Tuesday, April 23, 2019

Cursed Trees - Haunted Forests

Can trees be cursed? Some have bad reputations. Let's take a look at some of these bad boys of the forest - 

Monday, April 22, 2019

Habituation Situation: The White One

This is the series on GHT that involves archiving field notes, photos and videos from a very successful Bigfoot habituation study in the early 2000s in the Southern United States.


Sunday, April 21, 2019

Summer Horror Movies By Category

You're dreaming of warm water and sandy beaches, fishing on a lake and summer cabins. It's time to put on some summer-themed horror movies and get yourself in the mood. 

I've broken down the summer-themed horror movies by category depending on how you see your summer dreams playing out; RVs/camping, water/beach, desert, summer camp, or theme parks. 

BTW, I also put a * next to the movies I most love to pull out and watch to get in the mood. 

Saturday, April 20, 2019

Easter Horror Movies

Not that Easter should bring to mind horror films, but for aficionados of the holiday-themed horror movies, here's a list for your Easter viewing - 

Friday, April 19, 2019

Grand Canyon Mummies: The Story of the Momia de la Cueva

Researcher Dennis Guern and I have worked on this series about the Grand Canyon mummies with the hopes of weeding out the details of the 1909 newspaper article about the find and seeing if any of the components are feasible. In today's installment, we hope to bring to life through a fictionalized narrative, a possible scenario for these people - 

Thursday, April 18, 2019

Reuniting Ghost Hunters for a New Show "Ghost Nation"

Travel Channel has done some fun things like reviving Josh Gates and the new "Expedition Unknown" and the prior "Destination Truth" series that are so beloved. 

Then, they think about rehashing something that died a natural death - ghost hunters shows and their hosts. 

One Foot in Both Worlds: A Real-Life Case

If you ever wonder about people who walk both worlds simultaneously, one world wins. Near-Death experiencers come back to tell the tales.

But some remain tied to the other side so strongly that it gives them signs their fait accompli involves returning to the eternal realm permanently.

This is a real-life story of a dear friend of mine who walked both worlds after four NDEs and finally succumbed to the draw from Eternity -

Wednesday, April 17, 2019

Haunted Shirley: Update on Object Movement and Meter Reaction

Well, I was okay with the ideal of getting the three haunted Shirley Temple dolls back. They were being bad where they were staying and I don't wish that luck on anyone.

Ghost Investigating 101: Isolation Sessions

I'm honored to work with intelligent, skeptical, organized, and open-minded researchers. Our team, Arizona Paranormal Research, is efficient, critical, inventive, and responsive. Our focus is understanding the how's and why's of ghosts. We test experiments repeatedly to find patterns and understanding how such paranormal events are launched into our mortal stage.

Recently, we did an investigation at an historic church and did our standard isolation sessions. This is when one team member remains alone in the setting with cameras and recorders present and either sits quietly, asks questions, or somehow tries to engage the other side. I am going to share some tips on how to do isolation sessions.

Tuesday, April 16, 2019

Ghosts, Myths and Legends of the British Isles

Sometimes, I run across a kickstarter program that is a worthy content. This is one of those. 

Grand Canyon Mummies: Hopi Tale of Ant People

In today's installment of the series, Dennis Guern and I look at the Hopi People's legend of the first world and second world and the "ant people" who helped.

Monday, April 15, 2019

Habituation Situation: Shifting To Formal Documenting

This is a continuation of the series about a landmark study in the early 2000s in the Southern United States in which landowners and their formed research team began to document meticulously the ongoing back and forth with the Bigfoot People that coexisted on the property and around the property in the wildlife management area, lake, and neighboring rural residences. 

Installment #1 LINK

Sunday, April 14, 2019

Pet Cemeteries

My realtor knew I wanted an odd home, so she sent me a listing for a pet cemetery. I knew it was way outside of town in the middle of the desert basically and I wasn't too interested in the isolation with strangers coming and going on my property and questionable well water. But, I did decide to trek over and give it a look, just in case. 

Saturday, April 13, 2019

The Voynich Manuscript Mystery

The Voynich Manuscript is an illustrated handwritten codex utilizing an undecipherable text.  It was carbon dated from the early 1400s and might be of Italian Renaissance Era.  A Polish book dealer bought it in 1912.  Even though some pages are missing 240 remain.

Friday, April 12, 2019

Mind Matters Series

Our minds have so much involvement in the unexplained that it is truly amazing. How we interpret encounters, how we process sensory input from the ghostly realm, our reactions to Bigfoot infrasound, and our own family dynamic's effects on our home's haunting issues are all just the tip of the iceberg. 

This is an arena of the the unexplained I have needed to address to show the power of the mind to find answers or to create obstacles. 

It applies to the unexplained world, as well as the one we focus on daily. For this reason, I want to focus on the most important tool we have, our minds....

"Missing Link" at Theaters!

I know my readers are going to want to see this one - 

"Missing Link" Mr. Link recruits explorer Sir Lionel Frost to help find his long-lost relatives in the fabled valley of Shangri-La. Along with adventurer Adelina Fortnight, this trio of explorers travel the world to help their new friend.

Horror Movies With Horrible Endings

Ending a horror film can be a real challenge. There is one faction that believes anything should go, no one should be sacred in the slaughter. Another faction believes you should leave it open ended so the viewer can fill it in with their own imagination. Yet one more faction advocates tying it up neatly and showing the good guys win. So, with too many people to please and perhaps 75-120 minutes of time to tell a story, some horror films seem to cop out in the end....

Thursday, April 11, 2019

PBS Studios: Monstrum

I adore PBS and the critical thinking, imaginative programming and great talent involved so when PBS Studios came out with a new series that I know my readers would adore, I have to share!

You know how we para geeks sit around contemplating legend, mythology, scifi, and the universe? Well, PBS Studios totally gets us! Thanks to Dr. Emily Zarka for this superior series! 


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