I saw you mention a bit back that you're interested in visiting the Paris catacombs. I went last summer and didn't have any paranormal experiences, but rather found them to be very humbling and actually kinda peaceful.
A woman who went to China’s Changsha Central Hospital complaining of itching in the left side of her head was told by doctors that the source of irritation was a spider that had been living in her ear canal for five days.
So this just happened a few minutes ago. My mom was sitting on the couch and I causally asked her why she took the angel off the tree because it was sitting on the end table and she just looked at me wide-eyed and said "I didn't". My mom and I are the only ones living here so I don't know who/what took the angel down
I wanna ask something. There's once this female student at our school who died after she fell down the third floor. Now, the male students in my class likes to talk badly about her. What do you think would happen to this kind of thing?
nothing should happen
usually spirits dont really stay around unless they’ve been murdered or something is keeping them from resting though due to the accident there might be slight spiritual presence but nothing too serious it just depends really
On that weekend in January, CNYGH founder Stacey Jones and several members of the group went to the hotel on an overnight stay for what they thought would be a routine investigation. They had no idea what they were in for.
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So about 2 1/2 years ago my family went camping over spring break. We do this all the time and, living in Texas, we have a plethora of different places to camp. We usually alternate from “deserty” to “foresty” depending on the break. This was a desert trip, which meant that my dad could choose the location. He chose this nature reserve called “Black Gap” on the Texas-Mexico border.
When i was about 10 or 11 i lived in this one house that had been around for maybe 70 years before we moved in. We had heard ghost stories of an old man that had died in the house earlier but we didn’t believe them. About a month after living there, my mom started talking about smelling weird, old men cologne at certain points on the house. I never smelt it until one night.
I first found out about doppelgängers a few years back. I have been researching them as much as ghosts now. If I see a ghost, some will believe, but most won't. What terrifies me the fuck out is that if I see myself, who is going to believe me? That is a personal fear I own now.
So, about four years ago I lived in an old, family owned house located in a small, rural, southern community. My family and I moved in when I was about six years old and at first it was everything we had ever wanted. My sister and I shared the back bedroom that my parents had painted pink and my older brother got the bedroom across from ours.
I just wanted to say I found your blog around midnight last night, and stayed up until 8:30am reading it. My boyfriend was making fun of me for being scared to get out of the bed. hahaha, i love you blog, keep up the good work!
oh yes anon i'm sure that the people experiencing the devastation of the storm don't find it scary as everliving fuck. not spooky enough to be on this blog NOPE. (seriously though you're awesome for signal boosting, thank you!! but fuck that anon.)