What do you do when you’re stuck in a metal tube for 10 hours, thousands of feet in the air with no means of escape?
While we haven’t been very active with new content lately, we are always thinking about posting here. I happened to come across a list of holiday gift ideas for paranormal enthusiasts which I thought I’d share with our faithful followers.
1. Paranormal movies (to name a few)
- The Apparition
- Men in Black
- E. T. the Extra-Terrestrial (recently release on Blu-Ray)
2. TV season compilation DVDs
- Best of Celebrity Ghost Stories
- Walking Dead
- The Vampire Diaries
- Ghost Hunters
- True Blood
3. Paranormal books
- Unexplained! 3rd edition by Jerome Clark
- American Vampires by Dr. Bob Curran
- This Book is from the Future by Marie D. Jones and Larry Flaxman
- A Natural History of Ghosts by Roger Clarke
5. Nightmare Before Christmas Operation Game
10. Monster Fighter Haunted House Lego set
11. Printed paranormal gifts (most found on Cafe Press)
I personally could go for the Lego haunted house, but at $299, I can wait. A while. A long while. LOL
List courtesy of About.com‘s paranormal section.
There is a law enforcement agency in Arizona that actually welcomes claims of the paranormal — ghosts, witchcraft, UFOs and even Bigfoot.
CBS 5 News obtained dozens of photos and case files from strange scenes and sightings in northeastern Arizona.
Most police won’t take reports like this. But about 10 years ago, officials on the Navajo Reservation decided to stop the snickering, to treat these witnesses with respect and thoroughly investigate.
Only one agency — the Navajo Nation Rangers — stepped up to the plate.
I find it interesting that they base the validity of witness claims on whether it would stand up in a court of law.
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(Reuters) – Harriman, Tennessee hopes that ghosts, or rather ghost hunters, can raise enough money to restore an historic and reputedly haunted building.One ghost hunter wants to use the “dark entities” supposedly haunting the 121-year-old Temperance Building, a former jail, to attract both tourists and paranormal enthusiasts to Harriman, which was founded by anti-alcohol crusaders in the 19th century.