Wednesday, February 28, 2018
Tuesday, February 27, 2018
Monday, February 26, 2018
The Birdcage Theater, Tombstone, Arizona
With 120 bullet holes in the surfaces of this old-time western gambling and whoring house, it saw quite a history.
Our team, Arizona Paranormal Research (www.arizonaparanormalresearch.com), was pleased to investigate this site again. It provides phenomenon every time!
Sunday, February 25, 2018
How do ghosts present themselves?
Being touched, hair stroking, phantom scents, odorless smoke, feelings of being watched, unidentified sounds, object movement, electrical issues, doors opening and closing, water faucets turning on, shadow shapes, apparitions, voices, cold spots...
Saturday, February 24, 2018
Today's blog entry is the journey of this blogger in the almost 10 years of this blog's evolution and how it correlates with my own process....
Friday, February 23, 2018
I am really enjoying going through last Halloween's photos on my computer. I was so busy in October going to every inspiring Halloween spot I could think of, I forgot to sort through the photos. I will be putting my video collection of just some of Halloween 2017 at the end of this post. Right now, I'd like to share my favorite prop shop - Back From the Grave!
Thursday, February 22, 2018
Wednesday, February 21, 2018
Tuesday, February 20, 2018
Monday, February 19, 2018
Sunday, February 18, 2018
Marble gift from the Tall Ones
In Bigfoot research, one of the areas that I have had to focus my attention is on practical advice for those who have Bigfoot traversing or living in their property. When the homeowner and the Tall Ones decide to create a back and forth interaction, a habituation situation begins. This is one of acknowledgement of the others existence and allowance to coexist.
Saturday, February 17, 2018
Friday, February 16, 2018
My very talented co-author and best friend, Julie Ferguson has an amazing blog, Echoes of the Southwest, and a fantastic Etsy shop, Keepsakes Via Julie, for one-of-a-kind items. Here's just some of what you can find to inspire you in her shop -
You may never hike to these places or travel these distances, but it is possible these days to look at live cameras in lots of locations around the world, peer down on Google Earth, or enjoy a drone video that gives you the most breathtaking looks at some of the most forbidden places. Let's look at just some of these -
Thursday, February 15, 2018
There are upon occasion odd incidents of people being in one place and then seeming to pop up in another. There is a belief that some sort of interdimensional portal could pop up in a location and a person could walk right through and out another side (into another universe, another time period, or another location on the globe). Here are some odd portal incidents to consider when contemplating such a concept -
Wednesday, February 14, 2018
Several aggressive-acting mountain lions in Idaho have caused some public concern. One mountain lion attacking livestock and acting very aggressively, had to be put down.
at 11:30:00 AM
About this time of year, many of us are having spring fever. I know have it big-time but where I live it's been in the 80s, so it will spark your desire to go out into the sunlight. Couple that with the infamous day of the year couples are obligated to show their love and devotion, and you have the most anti-horror day there is. And yet, those of us who love horror and don't celebrate Valentine's might like to retreat into a horror marathon. Here's some ideas -
Tuesday, February 13, 2018
Monday, February 12, 2018
You're stuck in snow, but you're dreaming of warm waters. 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.
MK Davis has done exceptional work on the Patterson Film, not just stabilizing the original film, but elucidating every detail from each frame. With each technique that comes forth, more amazing finds are accomplished. What he recently found was startling.
Sunday, February 11, 2018
Saturday, February 10, 2018
I'm lucky and privileged to work among a great cast of indie artists of all types. Dean Paris caught my attention because his work is so polished and engaging and his personality is so easygoing and fun. I thought I'd share just a sampling of what he does in case anyone is in search of an excellent illustrator -
It dawned on me recently that blogging was really put out as a format for people to share their experiences and their insights into whatever subject matter they choose. Over the years, GHT has become a standard for information and news, but I have lost touch with expressing my author insights. So, from time to time, I think I will be doing "Blog Entry" on Saturdays to share more about the thought process of a researcher.
Friday, February 9, 2018
Thursday, February 8, 2018
Wednesday, February 7, 2018
Tuesday, February 6, 2018
I've long been a fan of The Crypto Crew and their YouTube Channel, but now they have extended into video on Amazon with "Imprisoned Spirits: In Search of the Unknown." Harlan county, Kentucky has a history of conflict, corruption, murder, and mayhem. The old Harlan jail was at the center of much of this turmoil. It housed every type of criminal, from the common thief to murders. The jail has become a hub for unexplained activity. We take a look at the claims of unexplained activity. Are there Imprisoned Spirits still trapped in the jail? We intend to find out.
I'm delighted more than I can say, been a fan for years!
Also find them on Facebook.
Monday, February 5, 2018
I'm very proud to announce that GHT has not only made top 25 ghost hunting blogs but is in the #1 spot!
My paranormal geeks expect not less!
Sunday, February 4, 2018
Saturday, February 3, 2018
Friday, February 2, 2018
There is little more romantic and tragic as the life of a lighthouse keeper. It was a lonely isolated business that involved long hours with nothing more than the pounding of water on the rocks and cries of seagulls for company. In that very isolation, a sort of cabin fever syndrome could create some pretty tragic outcomes. Let's have a look at the life of a lighthouse keeper of the past.