Tuesday, June 19, 2018

Lost Ship in the Desert

WikipediaThe Lost Ship of the Desert is the subject of legends about ancient ships found in California's Colorado Desert. Since after the U.S. Civil War, stories have been told about buried ships hidden in the desert lands north of the Gulf of California.

Monday, June 18, 2018

Top 10 Best Female Survivors of a Horror Movie!

It would seem that horror movies favor a female surviving the massacre. Perhaps it's childbirth. If we can handle that, we can handle a guy with an axe right? I have listed my 10 favorite female survivors from a horror massacre in no particular order. I will define their motivations and their skill set - what made them into such bia-tches in the end? I'll rank them on how they survived. I might even tell you who I identify with. 

Sunday, June 17, 2018

Drone Footage of Spooky Places

There is something awe-inspiring and spooky about drone footage of spooky places. The perspective is dizzying and almost giddy. Enjoy these beautiful and tragic sites - 

Saturday, June 16, 2018

Blog Entry Saturday: Wisdom Memes

A few years ago, I started putting together workshops for middle agers, for taking on the life you were supposed to have, the one you want to live before you leave this mortal arena. I made many memes to use, sharing the wisdom. As soon as things quiet down a bit, I plan to make the workshops available for free. I want to share some insights into the hard and worthy fight of chasing those dreams you never dared try.

I'm on the Radio Tonight

Tonight at 9 pm Pacific Time I'll be talking to Jon Almada on Soul Stream Radio. I hope y'all will be listening. I expect to be on Jon's show regularly to give some insider exclusives.

Friday, June 15, 2018

New Halloween Movie 2018

Here's the trailer - (Coming in October)! Yes, Jamie Lee Curtis will be in it. It will also involve her character's daughter. It will ignore #3 and onward in the series to pick up long after #2 occurred.

URBEX Arizona: Abandoned Planned Subdivision and Abandoned Speedway

A chance for an urbex trek and I'm in the seat, butt wiggling, ready to go. Julie and I took a trek earlier this month to explore any abandoned sites. We picked out a town we knew had lots of abandoned sites we had photographed before, but then before leaving we checked Google Earth to find two great places just prior to the town, so we targeted them instead.

Thursday, June 14, 2018

Visitations From Deceased Family Members

The most common ghostly experience the average person experiences, is the visitation of a deceased family member. This can come in dreams, visions, conversations, and other signs.

Wednesday, June 13, 2018

Don Monroe Files: Interesting New Interaction

Here's the latest update on Don's ongoing research -

China Mary Ghost Hunt: July 7th and 8th Tombstone, AZ

If you are itching to ghost hunt in Tombstone, this is THE event. Check out the Facebook page - LINK.

Here is the LINK to the event's page.  Enjoy!

I'm so pleased to promote awesome ghost events and this one has to top them. July 7th and 8th in Tombstone Arizona, enjoy the China Mary Ghost Hunt!

Abandoned Sites: Cobwebs and Faded Memories

Cobwebs and faded wallpaper. Abandoned sites can take on some sinister looks by the simple attrition of time, nature and the elements. Let's look at some examples - 

Tuesday, June 12, 2018

Curious Nature Shop

5032 N. Central Ave.
Phoenix, AZ 

I recently visited a new favorite shop in Phoenix. It is full of interesting curios and oddities. It is as quirky as my brilliant readers - 

Phone Calls From the Dead

A widely reported phenomena in the realm of communicating with the dead are phone calls from the deceased. 

Monday, June 11, 2018

"Hereditary" New Horror Movie

I'm always looking for new horror movies that are original. Here's a new one out - "Hereditary."

IMDB: When the matriarch of the Graham family passes away, her daughter's family begins to unravel cryptic and increasingly terrifying secrets about their ancestry.

*I am currently working with a filmmaker/screenwriter who is putting together the script for an original movie loosely based on a real-life story. More coming up soon about this involvement I will have in the making of the feature film and Ghost Hunting Theories part in it. *

Is it Possible to Make a Zombie?

Come on, haven't you ever wondered if it's scientifically feasible to create a zombie?

Sunday, June 10, 2018

Expeditions: The Victorian Era Passion

I have had a life-long fascination with explorers, especially in the Victorian Era where man was pushing the limits of mapping his world and searching for riches and resources. Let's have a look at the era -

Saturday, June 9, 2018

Blog Entry Saturday: Childlike Zest For Life

My friends have long known the childlike qualities I exhibit. It's part stress relief, part creative outlet for
 brainstorming, and part spiritual. When you have a childlike attitude, you pass up judgment and go with the moment. It is best described as spontaneous inspired wonder.

Friday, June 8, 2018

Bigfoot, Pineal Gland, and Ancient Knowledge

Many skeptics utilize the term "pseudoscience" when referring to anything unexplained and how researchers go about explaining it. Let's have a look at the definition of "science." 

SCIENCE: The intellectual and practical activity encompassing the systematic study of the structure and behavior of the physical and natural world through observation and experiment.

Now, let's utilize science to better explain some extraordinary capabilities and their effects -

Thursday, June 7, 2018

QUIZ: What Fictional Pirate Are You?

It's time for another quiz! Count your a's, b's, c's and d's and then find out which one you have the most of, scroll down and find out which infamous pirate you are.

1.  When I was in high school - 
a.  I felt like I was living the same day over and over, I was just "doing time."
b.  I had a way of deflecting attention away from my lack of schoolwork with humor or charm. 
c.  I could not seem to shake my awkward adolescence and the dork factor everyone identified me with in junior high.
d.  I didn't listen to authority and did what I wanted. It got me in trouble a lot, but I was free.

2.  When I think of my first love, I remember - 
a.  Almost nothing. It seems so long ago and there have been so many since then.
b.  It was magical at first and then they brought up everything I did wrong all the time and the charm wore off.
c.  I can remember their scent, their smile, the way I felt, the songs on the radio, and every detail with longing.
d.  I was not ready to be locked down, I wanted my freedom and experience more than love.

3.  Music I prefer -
a.  Classical.
b.  Country-Western.
c.  1970s rock.
d.  Indie. 

4.  An ideal job would be - 
a.  Something I can count on, master, and perform over and over again easily and earn a safe annuity on retirement.
b.  Changing jobs often and trying new things, moving on when I get bored or frustrated.
c.  One that doesn't need references from the past jobs because otherwise I'm jinxed at getting a position. 
d.  Entrepreneur. I'm not taking orders from anyone.

5.  When it comes to my dating pool -
a.  I am cursed. It seems like I keep repeating the same situation over and over again.
b.  I either have them adoring and easy to charm, or angry and vengeful. It starts well, ends poorly.
c.  I have been hurt in the past in ways that I never really got over and find myself nervous and hopeless in new situations.
d.  I enjoy them, but I do not want to take one home and keep them. I like my freedom.

Now, count your a's, b's, c's and d's. Whichever one you have the most of, is your answer. Scroll down and find out what pirate you are. 

a.  Captain Barbosa (Pirates of the Caribbean)

Barbosa - Sometimes, you feel like life kicks you in the teeth and you are cursed. Every day is the same over and over and over again and you can't remember the pleasures of just being human. 

b. Jack Sparrow (Pirates of the Caribbean)

Sparrow - You don't really have a game plan and hope that charm will make up for any lack of experience or forethought. You are spontaneous and swing from devastating defeat to beaming success in a moment's notice. 

c. Captain Hook (Peter Pan)

Hook - You are haunted by your old wounds. You seek vengeance, but sometimes the bravado is balanced by a healthy dose of insecurity. You are stronger with your gang around you than when you are alone. Being alone sometimes haunts you with images from the past. 

d. One-Eyed Willy (The Goonies)

Willy - You would rather die than lose what you fought so hard for. You will go down with your ship rather than be caught and held down. Freedom is your most powerful need.

What Are Ghosts Made Of?

What are ghosts made of? 

Good question!  Let me see if I can come up with an analogy - 

Wednesday, June 6, 2018

"Big Legend" Movie

An ex-soldier looks for his fiancee who went missing in the Northwest. Starring Adrienne Barbeau, this Bigfoot newcomer about to be released at the beginning of July shows atmospheric promise. It's another killer Bigfoot plot, but hey the setting is amazing. This is kind of why I enjoyed "Twilight." I fast forwarded to the scenes in the Northwest woods - my favorite place on earth!  

Into the Rabbit Hole: Smithsonian Coverup of Ancient Giants

It's been a while since Jim and I have done an episode of "Into the Rabbit Hole." This series is us picking a subject of conjecture and then bantering back and forth as two nerds do when contemplating the if's and how's of the unexplained. It is off the cuff, unedited.

Today's subject is - why has the Smithsonian Institute and Department of Ethnology worked so hard to coverup the existence of giants in ancient times in the Americas? 

Tuesday, June 5, 2018

QUIZ: What Universal Studios Classic Monster Are You?

From 1923 to 1960, Universal Studios put out horror films that showcased monsters that would become our universal classic favorites! If there was a golden era for monsters, this was IT!

Don Monroe Files: Was There a Pygmy Tribe in the Americas?

On the right hand side of the blog you'll find the Don Monroe Case Files link. He has shared some amazing and unusual research studies with Ghost Hunting Theories. He is the last of a very rare breed that can live by his own hands, has hiked the most remote regions around the entire globe, in search of understanding our wild and amazing world. Today, he shares the odd case of the hidden tribe with pygmy slaves.

Monday, June 4, 2018

Bigfoot Researcher: Karl Sup

No doubt by now my readers have avidly followed researcher Karl Sup's Long Island urban Sasquatch series and the presently ongoing one ChiSquatch about Chicago's urban Sasquatch.

Fata Morgana and Ghost Ships

Fata Morgana is a complex superior mirage. In this instance, in the horizon a narrow band seen can separate an image, casting what looks like another image superior to the original object. In the image above it appears as if the ship is in the air. Below, the image shows a repeat of it up in the air. Sometimes, the image can be inverted. This occurs when rays of light are bent when they pass through layers that are different temperatures. 

Sunday, June 3, 2018

Bigfoot Researcher: "Urban Sasquatch Researcher"

Today, I cover another Bigfoot researcher I greatly admire. In the case of this one, I consider him to be one of the most relevant, thorough and groundbreaking researchers - the Urban Sasquatch Researcher (LINK)

Yogo Creek Incident: Bigfoot and Fish

*This is an account conveyed to me by a researcher/explorer of an experience he had at Yogo Creek in Montana, June 2017*

Saturday, June 2, 2018

Bigfoot Researcher: David Claerr

Today, I'm covering yet another Bigfoot researcher I greatly admire. Some researchers bring to the table an interesting set of background. Perhaps they have a medical background or they are primate experts, maybe they are outdoorsman and survivalists or study the Native American culture. In David's case, a combination of interest in ancient studies and art have made him not only a fascinating human being, but a very well rounded researcher.

Blog Entry Saturday: The Implications of Bigfoot

Science has done an excellent job of pointing out that what we thought we know about man is liquid until we discover new test methods and discoveries. It wasn't until recently we could prove we carried Neanderthal genes, and then a prior unknown man, Denisovans. Then, they realized from discoveries that those men were not only out and about Europe long before Homo sapiens but vastly ahead of us in technology and brain capacity. So, what does this tell us about the Bigfoot people? 

Friday, June 1, 2018

Bigfoot Researcher: Sybilla Irwin

Today, I'm covering Bigfoot researcher Sybilla Irwin who adds something quite refreshing to the process and desperately needed - sketch artist work, as well as guiding museum visitors.

Hybridized Cryptids

Many legends of cryptids around the world involve man and an animal, such as a dogman, mothman, lizardman, and such. There are also interesting cobbled together descriptions of mismatched parts one creature, such as the Jersey Devil. Let's have a look at these hybridized legends and enjoy the shivers they produce - 

Thursday, May 31, 2018

Pet Shelter: Help Save These Cuties!

Desert Tails Shelter in Arizona could use your help. Your pets are very blessed to have you. Other pets are awaiting forever homes like yours. Help be sure they can be fed and cared for as they await their beautiful futures. 

Bless you.

Bigfoot Researcher: MK Davis

Today, I share another researcher I think the world of - MK Davis. He became known in the field of research when he was the first to handle and stabilize the Patterson Film. But, from there, MK has used his astrophotography background to elucidate tiny details from the film to give us the best view of Patty ever, as well as reviewing the video from other researchers, going out into the field in search of evidence, and so much more.

The Spirits in the Rocks: Why Do We Think Rocks Have Life?

What is it about rocks that creates so much phenomena? Haunted locations are often on great geology, miners have hundreds of legends and encounters within mines, cavers report odd sensations, and the regular traveler standing before a butte of boulders gets a serious feeling of being watched.

Wednesday, May 30, 2018

Bigfoot Researcher: Don Monroe

As I continue to share some Bigfoot researchers I really respect, one comes to mind immediately - Don Monroe.  Don makes Indiana Jones seem like a wannabe. Let me explain why. 

The Terror of Thunderstorms

Thunderstorms occur in most places around the world, but they have been known to elicit some very primal reactions. Have you ever been in your home when lightning flashes and thunder cracks at the same moment, the house and you shaking simultaneously? Let's have a look at the dark side of thunderstorms - 

Tuesday, May 29, 2018

"Expedition Unknown" New season Tonight on Travel Channel!

Tonight on Travel Channel, Josh Gates takes us back out on the exciting treks that are "Expedition Unknown." Thank you Josh and Travel Channel - we love you both!

Monday, May 28, 2018

Bigfoot Researchers: Fred Kanney and Connie Fox

I'd like to start showcasing some researchers I admire a great deal in the field of Bigfoot research. Today, I'd like to talk about Fred Kanney and Connie Fox out of my home state of Virginia.

The Paranormal No-Man's Land in America

Paranormal No Man's Land Strip 

In my research of paranormal regions, I came across an interesting find, a strip of the United States that seems to be oddly without paranormal reportings. Now, it could be related to population density, until you take into consideration ancient factors before Europeans even settled into the Americas.

Sunday, May 27, 2018

Bigfoot Researcher: Jaime Avalos

I am enjoying sharing some of my favorite researchers of the subject of Bigfoot. It takes a special mix of ingredients to take my notice including thankless hours of research, honing the knowledge, taking novel approaches, being respectful of the subject, and maintaining discipline and ethics in the gathering and sharing of information. Jaime Avalos is definitely in my top spots of favorite researchers.

Water Babies

In the Southwestern United States, there are legends of a woman called La Llarona, who reportedly drowned her children in a desert wash in order to make her lover happy, as he didn't want children. The woman's spirit is said to ramble around the desert, calling out in anguish for her children. In Native American culture there is a ghostly legend of the water babies. 

Saturday, May 26, 2018

Summer of Adventure: Grand Valley, Colorado

This spring and summer I'm advocating adventuring for my readers, whether it's in a great research book, panning for gold, sleeping in a haunted inn, or being one with nature. Today, I'm focusing on Grand Valley, Colorado.

Blog Entry Saturday: Living Spring and Summer Fun

Each spring we get spring fever and the start of summer catapults us into outdoor mania. I'm going to share some of the things I think best celebrate the seasons - 

Friday, May 25, 2018

Sound Frequency: What Did Ancients Know?

Nikola Tesla knew.

It may sound new age, but there are some very basic tenants of our universe that provide us with all we need. The Pagans of olde understood this. We have everything we need right here. Just trust the earth and the sciences involved in Gaia.

Energy. Frequency. Vibration.


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