Monday, February 28, 2022

Five of the Most Haunted Roads in America


There is nothing like a trek in the summertime through green overgrowth on a narrow country road, twisting and turning without knowing what is up around the next bend, but it's even more spooky when you know the road has a reputation for unexplained mysteries, ghosts, spooklights, and weird creature sightings.

I'm going to share my top 5 favorite haunted roads in America. 

Saturday, February 26, 2022

1967: Unprecedented Paranormal Year!


I am going to propose something rather revolutionary and highly unusual. For some, you will shake your heads, for others, a light will turn on in your mind. I encourage you to take this concept and run with it. Much of what I have done in the field of paranormal is about the human catalyst/receiver/perceiver. This embodies that research.

**This was co-authored with a great researcher and mind, James Carroll**

Thursday, February 24, 2022

Blind Frog Ranch and Skinwalker Ranch: Let's Compare Anomalies


Most of us paranormal geeks are watching both series, "The Secret of Skinwalker Ranch" on History Channel and "Mystery at Blind Frog Ranch" on Discovery. And we are puzzling over the mysteries, but Utah has long held a LOT of focus for my research team for the rare earth elements, as well as much talk of ancient giants and treasures. Something drove a prior culture and the Aztecs to the area, as well as Spanish Jesuits in search of gold. So, what's the deal with this place of high strangeness? 

Researcher Dennis Guern and I will break down some elements we've been watching - 

Sunday, February 20, 2022

Horror in the South! Why Southern Horror Rules


The American South has a delicious combination of manners and grace, grit and strength, blood, sweat and tears. It feeds America, provides gas and oil, tempts us with endless coastlines, swamps, amazing cuisine, and hospitality. It's seen wars, slavery, segregation, immigrants, alligators, poisonous snakes, yellow fever, yet it stands proud. 

Friday, February 18, 2022

Ecuadorian Legends and Ancient Giants

Source: According to the 16th-century writings of Pedro de Cieza de Leon, the ancient Mantamanian Indians, also called Manta Indians, one of the three indigenous tribes along the coastal area of Ecuador, north of the Bay of Guayaquil, were said to have Egyptian characteristics, and they called the area where the “giants” landed “Jocay,” meaning "golden doors," as it has always been a port and center for trade since the first men appeared. The Manta Indians claimed they received from their ancestors of very remote times, the following legend: 

Wednesday, February 16, 2022

The Skeleton Ghost of the Desert


In the Anza-Borrego Desert State park in San Diego, California area, their remains a long-held legend of a skeleton ghost.

Monday, February 14, 2022

What Is Love?


On a day like this (Valentine's Day), we ponder love. We take it for granted, we miss it, we seek it, we express it, we embrace it. But, what is love?

Saturday, February 12, 2022

Fires With No End


There are places in the world that have been burning for decades and more, and shall burn for many more - 

Thursday, February 10, 2022

My Top 10 Favorite Unexplained Subjects


To say I've been around the  block when it comes to paranormal experiences is an understatement. I've personally been involved in a strange portal jump, seen Bigfoot, had lifelong grey encounters, grew up in a famously haunted home, seen lots of UFOs, and more. 

But, when it comes to utter fascination and almost obsession for info on certain topics, here's my 10 favorite topics I can't get enough of (no particular order) - 

Tuesday, February 8, 2022

7 Things You Probably Never Did in a Cemetery


We think of graveyards as a place to put our loved ones to rest, to attend funerals, and to visit and lay flowers on anniversaries, but there are some things you might not have done in a cemetery. You might want to give these a try! 

Sunday, February 6, 2022

Forgotten Accounts of Ancient Giants in Nevada


A special thanks to Dennis Guern and James Carroll for the joint research and giving their feedback on this interesting and detailed article about giant finds in the ancient Lake Lahontan/Nevada region. 

Friday, February 4, 2022

Abandoned Alaska


Some of the most abandoned places in the world are mining towns that tapped out the resources and moved on, towns hit by natural disasters, and ones in the most extreme climates. Here are some examples of what Alaska has left behind, beautiful and sometimes quite mysterious!

Wednesday, February 2, 2022

Gourd Crafts


You can grow gourds - they are splendid plants that vine up and take over areas, creating a wonderful shield from sunlight for your porch or garden. You can also find gourds in the stores in the autumn that helps to give you another already dried and prepared vessel.  

I am growing birdhouse gourds all over my cowboy scarecrow in the garden. I'll be sure to share pics when the gourds appear. Rather ironic having a scarecrow growing birdhouses...

But, there are lots of gorgeous things you can make out of gourds!