Monday, December 24, 2012

Dead grandfather makes appearance at baby's christening

A grandmother was left astonished after a photo posted on Facebook from her granddaughter’s christening appeared to show the ghost of her late husband.
When Heather Sewell, 50, first saw the picture she immediately spotted the apparition, bearing a striking resemblance to her late husband Terry.
The black and white face can be seen above the church font hovering over baby Mia-Bella Kennett and the rest of the family.
The bizarre image was caught on camera at St Martin’s Church, Canterbury, Kent by Mrs Sewell's son Jamie, 29, on his mobile phone.
It was only when the grandmother-of-two was looking through the photos online later that she spotted the familiar face beside the family.
Mrs Sewell, from Petham, Kent, said she could not believe the likeness to her late husband.
Terry Sewell, who worked as a labourer, died 17 years ago after committing suicide aged 41.
Mrs Sewell, who works as a taxi driver, said it was 'upsetting' to see her husband's face.

Saturday, December 22, 2012

Pennsylvania man hires Hitman to kill TV "Psychics"

James Van Praagh, cough, cough,"psychic"
Craven Vaughn sat beside the hitman in a car parked Thursday outside Wal-Mart on Route 29 in Eaton Twp. He gave the man $3,000 and the names of three psychic mediums he wanted "eliminated."

The 32-year-old Towanda man did not want to talk about why the three mediums - two of them television personalities, all of them authors - had to die. But the man Mr. Vaughn spent about two weeks soliciting to kill for him had a secret of his own.

While Mr. Vaughn allegedly spoke about James Van Praagh, an author, television producer and self-proclaimed medium; Maureen Hancock, another TV medium credited with a series on the Style Channel; and David M. Baker, another professional medium who has written books, investigators from the state police and Wyoming County district attorney's office listened to the conversation, which a hidden microphone recorded.

And just moments after Mr. Vaughn got out of the car, climbed into his green Chevrolet 1500 and pulled out onto Route 29, the undercover state trooper he had just hired to kill three people on the West Coast radioed the arrest team.

Thursday, December 13, 2012

Argentinians traveling Route 5 warned of “time anomalies”

Apparently several people traveling along Argentina's Route 5 have experienced the classic "missing time" scenario that many UFO abductees say they have experienced.

Drivers on the 35 km strip between the towns of Lonquimay and Anguil have reported feeling disoriented, then suddenly finding that they've driven several kilometers that they can't remember.

Local UFO researchers are warning drivers in the region about "time anomalies".

Inexplicata offers a translation of a local news report:

Two young men whose duties cause them to travel National Route No. 5 on a regular basis between the communities of Catriló and Santa Rosa reported feeling "disoriented" during the trip on three separate occasions. After several minutes had elapsed, they noticed that they continued the trip without any further incident, but without any recollection of the distance they had already covered.

ABC Reporter captures ghost at Myrtles Plantation (video)

Vanessa Bolano was putting a show together about the Myrtles Plantation in St. Francisville, La., for ABC-affiliate WGNO.
Reporter Vanessa Bolano was putting together a story highlighting the history of the Myrtles Plantation when she saw what she believes may have been a ghost.

The plantation, now a bed-and-breakfast, has reportedly witnessed visits from historical figures.
“We wanted to highlight the history of the plantation … so it’s sort of interesting that we brought this find back,” Bolano told the Daily News, referring to the peculiar image her cameraman recorded in the French Room.
“This thing flew threw quickly,” said Bolano. “We have the ability to go through frame by frame. …

In one of the frames, when you stop it, it looks like the profile of a woman’s face.”

Monday, December 10, 2012

Former "Ghost Hunters" actor found after Facebook suicide note

A former star on the Syfy series "Ghost Hunters" and "Ghost Hunters International" has been found after he went missing after he left a note on his Facebook page yesterday, reports Saginaw News.

Brian Harnois posted a note that appeared suicidal in nature on his Facebook page around 11:51 a.m on Sunday, Dec. 9, 2012.

On Monday, Harnois' wife Michelle sent out a tweet, "I don't know the details, but Brian has been found safe and is currently on his way to get mental treatment."

Shortly after the note was posted on Brian's Facebook page, the news spread on Facebook and Twitter, and a Facebook page for Brian was posted to show support.

Friday, December 7, 2012

Mysterious booms rock Arizona town (news video)

COTTONWOOD, AZ (CBS5) - Jean Swesey was doing homework with her son in Cottonwood when it happened.

"It was a whole series of booms," Swesey said.

"Up to six or seven. It was fast, it went loud. We were quiet and then my daughter down the hall screams really loud, ‘Did you hear that?' I sat there for a second and I heard another set."

Swesey wasn't alone. Residents in communities in and around Verde Valley and as far as Flagstaff called 911 or their police and fire departments to report the strange booming sounds.

"It sounded like thunder, but underground," Swesey said. "Like muffled thunder. And all the dogs in the neighborhood, all of them that were outside all started barking at once."

CBS 5 News first received reports of the explosion-like noises shortly after 5 p.m. Tuesday and began checking with law enforcement and government sources. The U.S. Geological Survey reports no significant earthquake activity in Arizona that could have created the booms.

The Legend of Hotel 33 Williamsport PA (video audio)

Williamsport, PA (I-Newswire) December 6, 2012 - At present nothing is mysterious anymore. Most people don’t believe in paranormal activities. Science is upgrading day by day and proving these supernatural theories wrong. According to scientific study, thinking creates mystery in most cases. What if 33 people vanished inside of a hotel without a trace? Did they disappear into thin air? The mystery of the Grand Hotel in Williamsporthas racked people’s belief structure over the past several decades and the legend will live on for decades to come.

The first tragic, unexplained event took place on May 10, 1953 on opening night of the Grand Hotel.

Exactly 32 people attended the opening, including guests and hotel staff. By the next morning- they were all missing. Police conducted a thorough investigation, but found no evidence or possible clues leading to a viable explanation. This event struck Williamsport to the core and left the entire town devastated and confused.A commission was created and the hotel was immediately shut down and boarded up. It took a while, but people eventuallybegan to forget the inexplicable event and move on with their lives.

On January 15, 1993, wealthy real estate developer, Timothy Miller reopened the hotel, with the goal of attracting tourists as a haunted house. The opening was a big success. People familiar with the legend came to stay at the hotel in hopes of having some type of supernatural experience.

Among the curious people, were local college students, Rob Laden, Troy Belger and Jarod Carr. They set out to “Hotel 32” in hopes to see or experience something out of the ordinary.

Thursday, December 6, 2012

Rodent found on Mars ?? You be the judge (video)

Was this NASA's big announcement?

Is this a living rodent on Mars?

It is indeed, as the outline of the head and shoulder, placement of the eye and ear, and shadows under the cheeks and beneath the body show. If Mars itself only evolved to the level of moss and bugs, worms in the soil, how and when did these rodents arrive?

This might have been the big historical announcement that NASA was suppose to make, however they decided life on Mars was a secret worth keeping since they don't want China or Russia to beat America to Mars. So they shut up about it and can take their time to Mars this way. The scientist jumped the gun and told the public about a major historical discovery on Mars…this must be what he was talking about.

Strange that scientists were going banana's over a discovery that was set to be announced late last weekend, but instead we were handed a lead balloon in the form of: "water and sulfur and chlorine-containing substances, among other ingredients" in the martian soil.

Wednesday, December 5, 2012

Ghosts of murder/suicide haunt San Francisco dorm

Not many think of SF State as the perfect setting for a horror movie or a true ghost story.

Eric Michael Jones and Catherine Anne Copeland were found dead in Copeland’s room on the third floor of Mary Ward Hall in 1994. Jones and Copeland had dated briefly, but had broken up. According to an LA Times article, Jones shot Copeland and then turned the gun on himself.

Eighteen years later, their ghosts are said to haunt the third floor.

“The first week people were telling me it’s haunted, but I haven’t noticed anything out of the ordinary. I feel normal in there,” said Alejandro Adame, 18, who lives in the infamous dorm room.

The rumors of the supernatural seem unreasonable to Adame, who is double majoring in international relations and French.

The murder-suicide that occurred in his room doesn’t bother him, but sometimes his guests become unnerved after hearing the tale.

“People are like, ‘Oh my gosh, I’m so scared being in here. What if something happens?’” Adame said.
English major Steven Tindle lives across the hall from Adame.

Tuesday, December 4, 2012

Ghost Hunter dies after investigation

In the past, paranormal researchers were exclusively limited to academia but in 2004 TV introduced the world to the first amateur investigators.

Understanding that knowledge and experience were all that was required for investigators the paranormal world opened up.

Over the years countless teams have exploded all-over the world. Paranormal research is making astounding strides but many are unaware of the dangers of investigating the unknown.

In 2011 Night Whispers Paranormal Research/Investigations was started in Clinton, North Carolina with a goal of investigating claims of possible paranormal activity by using a wide array of equipment and methods.

They were gathering a few like-minded friends that volunteered to be investigators.

As with many amateur investigators they were extremely well-versed at researching the paranormal but were not really aware of the dangers.