I trekked to Point Pleasant in 2013, fully expecting to be following the path of the legendary Mothman, but I ran into something I was not expecting....
Friday, March 24, 2017
Thursday, March 23, 2017
I am pleased to announce I have received a contract for my paranormal romance book, "The Hunt: Ghosts" and they liked it so much, they want me to sign a contract for the sequel book, "The Hunt: Bigfoot." (The names are subject to possible change)
Mystic Publishers, Inc.
I have had a fantastic time writing about romance within the chilling context of researchers. I got to apply my knowledge and experience in the field of ghosts and Bigfoot and use it in a unique way to produce the most riveting application of both paranormal and romance in one work.
When the book(s) are released, I will be sharing that on here, of course. And, I hope to be doing an in-person book signing next spring at the ParaSci Con in Phoenix.
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Wednesday, March 22, 2017
Hoia Baciu, Romania
Tuesday, March 21, 2017
This is the reporting by a Bigfoot researcher of an ongoing study in the Southern part of the United States in a very large park area near homes and urban setting.
Link to the series
Monday, March 20, 2017
Lots of towns have ghost tours and ghost conventions and other spooky odd get togethers, but sometimes an innovative group puts together a panel of "experts" and a promising location to give the para geek a weekend (or even a week's) getaway dream. I came across one such group with some interesting upcoming events -
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When we speak of aliens, we usually refer to them as "from outer space," but the logistics of a biological form traversing the universe (even at the speed of light) for years is preposterous. And, although we appreciate the concept of wormholes, we have no evidence such bending of time/space is out there as a secret shortcut. What we are left with is that aliens are from a parallel world or they once dominated our earth long ago.
Sunday, March 19, 2017
Television was good and bad for ghost investigators. It was good because, those of us who investigated before the shows were on TV, felt we couldn't even mention our work because people would laugh. After the shows hit the cable channels, it seemed that ghost investigating was becoming "hip" and teams were popping up overnight everywhere. In fact, that was the down side of the popularization of para investigation. We got a lot of investigators flooding the field expecting everything to be a sign of ghosts.
Saturday, March 18, 2017
Friday, March 17, 2017
Those of us who thoroughly enjoyed the cult-favorite made-for-tv horror movie from 1973, "Don't Be Afraid of the Dark," recall the creatures. Those tiny little nighttime beings horrified many a youth back in the day. But, they were actually based on a concept of a small being created by alchemy called, "homunculi." (singular "homunculus")
Thursday, March 16, 2017
Every now and then I come across something truly useful for investigators and outdoorsmen. A briefcase-sized generator, solar power system, is about as awesome as it gets for those of us taking to using devices in the forests and abandoned buildings.
Wednesday, March 15, 2017
Brown Mountain in North Carolina is a lovely wilderness area. It has seen a great deal of history and retains even more mysteries.
Tuesday, March 14, 2017
Some movies don't hit it big on TV debut in the 1970s, but decades later they have a cult following of devoted fans. One of my favorite of this genre is "Gargoyles," a wonder of costuming/makeup, campiness, and creepy atmosphere. If you loved this movie, like I do, I have some suggestions for learning more and having your own Gargoyles feeling experiences....
Monday, March 13, 2017
**This was co-authored with a great researcher and mind, James Carroll**
Sunday, March 12, 2017
Ever since I saw the movie "In Dreams" (awesome scary movie with Annette Bening and Robert Downey Jr) with a scene of divers diving in a lake where a town was underneath, swimming among a church and cemetery, I have been fascinated with the idea of abandoned sunken ghost towns. Let's take a look at some -
Saturday, March 11, 2017
Mermaids are perhaps the most all-around beloved focuses of legends and lore. Women adore the romance and beauty, men adore their glorious unadorned appearance, and everyone loves the idea of a human-like being who can breathe under water and have the ocean for a playground. But, that very obsession makes us wonder, what if one washed ashore and we had proof of their existence? Here are some "mermaids washed ashore" for your evaluation and skeptical debate - (*Warning: Some of these will make you chuckle, others will fascinate!)
Friday, March 10, 2017
Every now and then I get to test equipment (given it free to test). I usually pass up on items that have no relevance to my research or my readers. But, I got an offer to try out RunLites and the sling style caught my eye.
Thursday, March 9, 2017
Upon occasion we find strange creatures washed ashore that the ocean has deteriorated and bloated and now they resemble a monster of mythical proportions, but there are also some creatures documented on video and photos that are of questionable authenticity. I'm going to present you all with a wide variety of "finds" to evaluate and decide what you think....
Wednesday, March 8, 2017
Quarries are a standard land feature anywhere that stone is gathered and toted off for projects. They are often known as great swimming holes that are clean and clear, formed as a pool in the middle of large chunks of mined stone. Other than an occasional summer heat reliever, quarries are also sites to dispose of bodies or take people to in order to perform murder or sacrifice. As well, Bigfoot are often sighted in quarries, as well as them having reputations for hauntings. Might geology be an attractant for high strangeness?
Tuesday, March 7, 2017
Monday, March 6, 2017
The remnants of a Pleistocene lake of great proportions called Lake Lahontan, still remain today. The last vestige of the supposed site of the Paiutes battle with the redhaired giants is called Pyramid Lake in Nevada.
Sunday, March 5, 2017
Tomorrow morning (10 am EST/9 am Central/8 am Mountain/7 am Pacific) I will be on "The Long Version With Fletcher Long" talking about Bigfoots' possible ancestry.
I hope you give it a listen and learn some more about how the potential lineage for Bigfoot lines up around the world -
**Here's the archived show LINK**
Two ancient skulls were uncovered in China is thought to possibly be that of Denisovans, a man that existed in the time of Neanderthal and only recently discovered in a finger bone and molar in Siberia. Their DNA has shown up in people of the world from Himalayas to aborigines and Melanesians, and Inuit, among others. The skulls were dated to 105,000 to 125,000 years ago! Homo sapiens were still playing around in Africa and not even yet contemplating leaving to discover more world for another 40,000 years.
Saturday, March 4, 2017
Another reason why living in the East Coast is so fun is that there are more fun para events. This event, the Bigfoot Camping Adventure in Pennsylvania this May is one of those things I would head out to. For those lucky enough to be in or travel to Pennsylvania - this looks like a blast while also being educational. The outdoors and Bigfoot researchers together in the beautiful month of May - a MUST DO EVENT! Let's look at what it has to offer -
Friday, March 3, 2017
Organ transplant has saved many lives and continues to be the best option for organs that are in end stages. There are, however, reports from some recipients that their personalities, tastes, even allergies changed after having a transplant. How much cell memory remains and is information about us held in every cell of the body so that, say, your liver carries the brain's information?
Thursday, March 2, 2017
Lakes are thought of as beautiful pools of shining water where people build cabins, launch boats, and cast fishing lines, but some lakes are in places that make no sense, are in places that baffle, and defy what we think we know about our world. Let's look at some of these shocking lakes found.
Wednesday, March 1, 2017
Karl Sup the Bigfoot researcher who has posted on here often with the Long Island Bigfoot and the new ChiSquatch series, as well as many research postings on Sasquatch eyes and locomotion, as well as witness reports, is going to be on The Long Version with Fletcher Long radio show TOMORROW MORNING -
10-noon EST, 9a-11a Central, 8a-10a Mountain, 7a-9a Pacific time. (LINK TO ARTICLE)
**This is a series for Ghost Hunting Theories written by Jim Kelly, the EVP specialist in our Arizona paranormal think tank group.**