Congratulations! You have decided to step into a unique world of mystery, suspense, and even a little spook. Probably one of the most popular questions I get as a seasoned paranormal investigator is, "I'm going on my first ghost hunt, what do I do?" I love helping people prepare for their first ghost hunt. It's… Continue reading Ghost Hunting Tips for Newbies
The newest "Slender Man" (2018) movie was released last night. I don't normally write reviews unless I feel inspired to do so. Sometimes this is a good thing. In this case, it wasn't. I have been fascinated by the Slenderman (Slender Man?) phenomenon for quite a while. I'm not even talking about the subsequent crimes… Continue reading Slender Man Movie Review: False Advertising & Wasted Potential
Thanks Amanda for sharing your experience on our investigation of the USS North Carolina.
I’m not sure if some of you know this or not, but I am big time into all things paranormal. Mostly it’s anything having to do with haunting, ghosts, demons, and all of thee above. I’ve watched all the TV shows and watched many movies, but nothing makes me more happy than being able to go on an investigation.
I had been able to go on some investigations in the past with my mother and father ( who are apart of the Indiana Ghost Trackers ), but living so far away from them makes it difficult to be able to join them when I want ( unless it’s an awesome big investigation like Waverly Hills ). So I had been on the hunt for quite some time to join a team or be able to go on investigations. Needless to say it had taken me a while.
Fast forward a…
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I remember my first period. I was 11 years old. I was a figure skater at the time, and I was at the rink. It was after my lesson. I remember asking my mom for a quarter so I could get a pad. It wasn’t a big deal. I had sex ed. I knew it was coming. I thought it would be a big deal, but it wasn’t. Then, when I was 18, I read, “I Was 12. My Mother Slapped Me.” It was one of the earlier monologues from “The Vagina Monologues.” You don’t really see it in the annual V-Day movement anymore. But the message is still poignant and clear. We have all had different experiences with that “magical moment” that makes us a woman…some are positive, some not so much. If only we knew back then that it was only the beginning of experiencing “womanhood.” It’s no…
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January 30th is not my favorite day. It's a bit odd to think that it's been 3 years since my mom died. A lot of things have happened in the last three years; I became a published author, got back onstage, found myself in a serious relationship, started working from home, and moving forward with… Continue reading Go Ahead, Just Live
You would think that after surviving a car accident over 10 years ago, I would be well aware that one could die at any moment. But instead, I think that accident made me feel immortal in a way. What were the odds I would survive that accident? I should have died. But I got by… Continue reading Death: A Faithful Companion
If you know me well, which most of you do, if you had to name two things I love it would be theatre and the paranormal. Theatre has been a part of my life for over 20 years, and it isn't going anywhere soon. The paranormal found me, so to speak, and it's been at… Continue reading This Little Light of Mine