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Diary of a Ghost Chaser - The Seance Part 2 - The Sitting

In case you missed Part One of this story - head here first: Now here is part two: Primed by the inner circle of seance sitters that were the Medium's guardians for these sessions I sat still with a pounding heart in complete and total darkness. The inner circle started to whip up the others around the table by telling us all that they could feel the presence of Spirit in the room. It was swirling all around us, they said... coming up close and peering at us, seeing into our souls. Suddenly the illuminated balls that were now lying in the middle of the table were suddenly picked up by a darkened hand. After a moment of silence the noise started... Thank you Spirit! We can see you! Thank you for attending Spirit - show us what you can do! The commotion went around the table and we were pushed to make comments as these glowing balls came around and stopped in front of certain

Nazi Zombies! like the wind!

  Polish Villagers Claim Nazi Zombies Running Wild Posted: November 22, 2015   Author: Crazy Polish Guy     What’s worse than regular zombies? Freaking Nazi zombies! And that’s exactly what some inhabitants claim are haunting their village of Glinka in western Poland. First the undisputed facts. In September, archaeologists dug up 27 German Nazi corpses buried near what used to be an old house that was torn down years ago. The Nazi soldiers died in that house in 1945 when the Russians took over the village. They were shot in the head.  After the war, the villagers buried the bodies right outside the house.                                                                   Nazi grave site For decades, the villagers claimed that the house was haunted and avoided it at all costs. Eventually, people moved in but quickly left due to strange occurrences. Afterward, the house was burned, likely as an effort by the villagers to destroy the curse they belie

Diary of a Ghost Chaser - A Friday 13th Ghost Story

Friday the 13th was a perfect night to try a ghost tour. Angela had never been on one before and really didnt want to EVER go one one. Nightmares and being afraid of the dark when she was little had made her lose any desire for this sort of stuff. But her boyfriend kept on pestering her. They were both 19 and Jason wanted to do something different for Friday 13th this year especially since they were on holidays in Scotland. You'll love it her told her... come on... please!!   So here they were in the middle of Edinburgh's Royal Mile waiting for the 8pm underground tour. Now where else would you be on Friday 13th eh? Jason said. The tour guide turned up with his offsider both dressed in period costumes and told the group that they were heading underground to explore the vaults - the places that the poor people of the city lived one on top of the other in filth and misery in the 1700 and 1800's. He assured everyone that the place they were going was ver

Diary of a Ghost Chaser - Remembering the Ghosts of War

Today has been Remembrance Day - the day we take a moment to pay homage to those who have given their lives for a cause they believed in. Those who have lost their lives in despicable wars all over the world. Many never to be laid to rest on home soil. This is a day that means a lot to me. The dead are part of my life - ghosts of the dead are daily visitors. I go out of my way to communicate with them, to search them out - to sometimes even chase them. I research them, I honor them and I understand that they all have an important story to tell. Today I felt compelled to spend some time  paying my respect to some of those souls buried at my local cemetery. I wanted to search out some headstones belonging to servicemen who had died during war and to leave a flower and say a prayer. I wanted to choose those souls who may have not had a visitor for many years, maybe neglected, maybe their families were no longer living close by or maybe they were also now dead and these serv

Diary of a Ghost Chaser - Chasing Ghosts at the Old Melbourne Gaol

So I will go near and far for a good ghost chase and I have just returned from a four day stay in Melbourne where I met up with my OZGHOST tour group who were cruising down from Sydney on the Carnival Spirit  Cruise Ship enjoying all that cruising has to offer! This even was the very first OzGhost Tour organized by me and I was very excited that everyone would be totally happy with how the event turned out. Our first meet up and tour after everyone arrive in Melbourne was at the Old Melbourne Gaol for a day time historic tour which turned into a ghost talk after we we coerced our tour guide Peter to talk to us about all of the experiences people have had there. When the Old Melbourne Gaol as built in the mid-1800s, it dominated the Melbourne skyline as a symbol of authority. Inside the Gaol, dangerous criminals were held alongside petty offenders, the homeless and the mentally ill. Between 1842 and its closure in 1929 the gaol was the scene of 133 hangings including Austra