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Aliens in the Cave

©The Times (India)

From The Inquisitor & The Times of India According to The Inquisitor and the The Times of India, “archaeologists in India have discovered 10,000-year-old rock paintings that appear to depict extraterrestrial visitors and UFOs that once landed on earth. We’re not saying it was aliens, but it was definitely aliens. The Times of India carried […]

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The Haunted Shack – Trapped Entities

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Last Monday the little balcony that frames my shack suddenly collapsed, we still do not know how or why, but it was very fortunate that no-one was inside. That night I couldn’t sleep. I knew I had to rebuild but no baomboo trees had been brought to the shore in a while – I built the shack myself after a storm dragged tens of bamboo trees to the beach behind my house.

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True Magic

Penn & Teller believe that all paranormal phenomena is bull.

According to famed magicians Penn & Teller, everything paranormal or supernatural is bulls**t.  Psychics, mediums, ESP, channelers, actually the entire gamut that comprises all that we term paranormal is, according to them, bogus, and the people who claim to have such powers are morally defective charlatans. They take great pains to show how all these […]

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The Haunted Shack – The Vigil

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This past June 6 a young couple from Oklahoma took a leap of faith and came to visit my shack. They love everything paranormal, and after after hearing about my place from a friend of mine, who knows everything about Entrecruzados, they decided my haunted shack needed to be seen!

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Suzette Marie

Suzette with Ouija

Suzette Marie is one of the lead investigators of Paranormal Crossings. Suzette was born and raised in Mayagüez, Puerto Rico, where she also completed her master’s degree in organic chemistry at the Mayagüez Campus.

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The Slenderman Haunting

Thin, with flaying tendrils, Slenderman sports a dark business suit and a blank face. (illustration by Dave Dick)

It started as an urban myth on the web only a few years ago. Someone somewhere had noticed a strange figure suddenly appearing in the background of pictures. The creature – a faceless man in a dark business suit- would turn up in photos while no-one had seen him while taking them.

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The Phenomenon of Déjà Vu

Everything in our lives is ruled by time. We live timespans and perceive its passage in many ways. (from theairspace.net)

French occult investigator Emile Boirac coined the term in the late 1800′s, and believed déjà vu was proof that past lives existed. On the other hand Siegmund Freud blamed traumas as the reason for the phenomenon. Whether it’s past lives or traumas, we’ve all experienced déjà vu: you walk into a place, or you are chatting with a friend and suddenly this strong and unshakeable feeling that you’ve done and heard this before hits you like a ton of bricks.

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Haunted Air Force Base

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As kids my father would take us on weekend urban exploration trips – we loved going into abandoned places, such as sugar cane processing plants (like La Eureka) and old buildings. My favorite by far was the closed down Ramey Air Force base in Aguadilla.

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Ghost Tours

New Orleans remains one of the top destinations for ghost hunters. (http://www.livescience.com)

Let’s face it, most of us like a good scare from a distance. Ghost hunting tops the list of paranormal pursuits that are typically enjoyed in the safety and comfort of your living room. Yet, if anything, all those ghost hunting TV shows have stimulated many to pursue their own investigations, and venture even beyond their own turf. As a matter of fact, 1 in 5 viewers will sign up for a ghost tour or a haunted vacation the next time the visit a new place.

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May Day – Walpurgis Nacht

Guenevere's Maying

The first of May, or May Day, has long been considered the beginning of Summer, and it was received throughout Europe with great celebration. According to Wikipedia “May Day is related to the Celtic festival of Beltane. May Day falls half a year from November 1 – another cross-quarter day which is also associated with various northern European paganism and the year in the Northern Hemisphere – and it has traditionally been an occasion for popular and often raucous celebrations.”

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