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The Lizzie Borden Murder House

The Lizzie Borden Murder House

13 Jul 2019 Ron Kolek 0 comments

Lizzie Borden took an ax Gave her mother forty whacks; When she saw what she had done Gave her father forty-one!

Hunting For Ghosts

Hunting For Ghosts

10 Jun 2019 Steve Parsons 0 comments

In 1762, hundreds flocked nightly to London’s Cock Lane to see for themselves the antics of Scratching Fanny. At Hydesville in up state New York the home of the Fox family was similarly besieged in 1848, while inside, three sisters communicated with the spirit of a murdered pedlar and inadvertently founded the entire Spiritualist movement.

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A Brief History of Ghost Hunting Part III

A Brief History of Ghost Hunting Part III

Steve Parsons15 Nov 20130 comments

Following WW2, Ghost hunting progressed slowly. The SPR took little interest in the active investigation of hauntings and apparitions. However a number of SPR members did undertake ghost hunting. Their methods were still in the main ‘experience’ orientated with little attempt to obtain objective information to support the claims.

All Hallows Eve

All Hallows Eve

Steve Parsons04 Oct 20130 comments

Where I now live in rural west Wales many ancient rituals and customs still survive. The Country is rich in folklore and mythology as well as Ghosts aplenty. Every season and practise has its special rites but The Festival of All Saints is still one of the most celebrated.

A Brief of History of Ghost Hunting Part II

A Brief of History of Ghost Hunting Part II

Steve Parsons02 Oct 20130 comments

Eventually the calls for science to take an interest in Psychical studies started to take hold. Prior to the 19th century the investigation of ghosts and apparitions had concentrated upon eye witness testimony and personal experience as the primary method of study.

The “Quantum Ghost” Theory

The “Quantum Ghost” Theory

Sue and Michael Treanor18 Sep 20130 comments

After the incredible poltergeist phenomena that has been occurring in my cellar over the last few months, I have been thinking deeply about why we can never seem to capture evidence of spirit on film.

A Brief of History of Ghost Hunting Part I

A Brief of History of Ghost Hunting Part I

Steve Parsons13 Sep 20130 comments

Ghosts and Apparitions have haunted man since the very beginning of recorded time. There are many references to ghosts in Mesopotamian religions - the religions of Sumer, Babylon, Assyria and other early states in Mesopotamia. Ghosts were thought to be created at the time of death,

The Cult of the Ghost Hunter

The Cult of the Ghost Hunter

Steve Parsons18 Jul 20130 comments

Harry Price embraced the media, regularly using the newspapers and radio to enthral and inform an audience keen to hear and read about his adventures. In March, 1936 he broadcast an investigation from an old haunted house in Kent on the BBC. Price wrote a number of books,

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