Could locations be 'haunted' by the psychic imprints of the paranormal investigators who walked the halls before them?
In some cultures, you only have to worry about getting a lump of coal if you are on the naughty list. If you are from the Alpine region, you better watch out, because Krampus could be coming for you. December 5th is Krampusnaucht
The way our smartphones take photographs mean we can do more with them than ever before. The way some modes take photos however, mean it is quite easy for ghostly figures to appear that aren't ghosts at all!
We develop attachments to experiences and evidence because we so desperately want it to validate what part of us deep inside so strongly believes: that the paranormal exists and is all around us yet we cannot prove it. So why do we spend so much of our time on social media arguing about it?
We talk about our surroundings or objects absorbing energy, so it is not impossible to think our bodies are capable of the same. So what happens when we donate a piece of ourselves to another human being? There are cases all over the world of people's personalities changing or remembering events that are not their own after receiving an organ transplant.
Louisa E Rhine was the first lady of parapsychology who did a lot of intriguing work in particular, with testing and trying to understand ESP. Here we explore some quotes from her book ESP in Life and Lab: Tracing Hidden Channels which I hope will create discussion, inspire and maybe even challenge the way we think about paranormal research.
The Mandela Effect makes us question everything we have ever remembered. Is it Fruit Loops or Froot Loops? Some say it is false memories while others ponder parallel universes. Let's explore the possibilities and prepare to have everything you believe in shattered while I blow your mind with some crazy Mandela Effect examples!
I once visited the house that used to belong to Lady Joan Lindsay, the author behind the famous novel ' Picnic at Hanging Rock'. What makes this story even more fascinating was the claim that Lindsay received visions in her dreams over a period of 2 weeks which led to the story of Picnic at Hanging Rock. It has been long debated because of this, could this fiction really be a true story?
Scrying is a form of divination that has become a method paranormal investigators use as a form of spirit communication. The Troxler Effect is an optical illusion that causes our surroundings to disappear and distort when we focus on something for a prolonged period of time. So what does this mean for staring at ourselves in the mirror?
With investigations slowly starting again, what have we learnt and how will we move forward in the paranormal field.