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Showing posts from January, 2013

Social Ghost Hunting

 I found this great article today called "Social Ghost Hunting" by Steve Parsons (2013) ( http:// social-ghost-hunting/4573058274 ) It succinctly put into words the workings of many modern day ghost hunting groups. Here is an excerpt, but I suggest you read the whole link -  "But what has this revolution in social done for ghost investigation? These days when someone decides to form a paranormal investigation group they rarely, if ever begin by researching and investigating some interesting haunted location as a group. No, they are much more likely to start off (once they come up with a name) by designing their Facebook page, setting up their YouTube channel and then their Twitter account. They announce to the World that they exist and beg for 'likes' or 'follows' in order to establish themselves in a World bursting with other paranormal teams all doing the same. This isn't in itself a bad thing because quite simply they

The Haunted Stations of the London Underground

Check out Chris Halton's blog about the ghostly goings on in London's Underground railway stations. Enjoy! Here are a few of the stories - read the whole article at the above link. GHOSTLY STATIONS OF THE LONDON UNDERGROUND The now closed Strand Station on the London Underground The London Underground… over 50% of which is actually above ground… serves a large part of Greater London and neighbouring areas in Essex, Hertfordshire and Buckinghamshire. It is commonly known as the Underground or the Tube, the latter nick-name deriving from the shape of the system's deep-bore tunnels. It is not only the longest underground railway in the world by route length (over 250 miles) it is also the world’s oldest. The Metropolitan Railway Company opened its Metropolitan Line for business on 10th January 1863 and within months its trains were carrying over 26,000 passe

Pregognition? You knew I was going to talk about it didnt you! Confessions of a Precog Articles Mystery — 02 November 2012 by Mark Heley Although acceptance of psychic phenomena has become much wider during the last twenty years in western society, some aspects of psychic experience are still either completely ignored, or inhabit a liminal zone at the margins of psychic study. Precognitive experience is one of these. One of the significant aspects of precognition that distinguishes from it from directed psychic activity is that is involuntary. Precognition happens to the precog. Normally, the experience is unsought and the recipient is passive. Experientially it feels like an awareness shift towards incoming data and images that are coming from ‘elsewhere’. For example, one of the more common forms of precog that I have experienced fairly often is the ‘just around the corner’ type of event such as ‘seeing’ a deer running o