So in the last year or so it seems the Mandela Effect has taken the paranormal world by storm. The effect gathers its name from the anti-apartheid activist Nelson Mandela and the fact that some folks thought he died while in prison during the 1980s even though he definitely served as president of South Africa […]Read More The Mandala Effect or how people don’t actually pay attention to anything anymore
The Ghostbusters film franchise featured protagonists with post-graduate educations in paranormal fields such as parapsychology leaving (not of their own accord) their positions as professors and becoming paranormal researchers and having wild adventures busting ghosts and terrorizing New York. The question is should you get a college degree in the paranormal. The short answer is what? […]Read More Should I get a college degree in the paranormal?
Some people believe that it is the spirits of the cemetery’s children that come out to play at night, but another local legend tells of several small children who were abducted around in the 1950s with their bodies being discovered in what is now called the Dead Children’s Playground.Read More The Dead Children’s Playground
Paula Pell’s telling of her experience of meeting The Devil in a diner in New York.Read More The Devil in the Diner
Often called a spirit board or talking board, the Ouija board is a device used to communicate with the other side. It has a smooth surface and is usually marked with the letters of the alphabet, numerals 0-9, and the words “Yes”, “No”, and “Goodbye” though some variations also have the word “Hello” as well. Other than the board, the only other piece is the planchette, which is used a pointer to spell out words using the writings on the board.Read More The Ouija Board