Thursday, July 25, 2013

Ghostly Earl Grey Teabags float in UK shop (video)

The phrase 'dying for a cuppa' has never been so true.

CCTV has captured boxes of teabags floating down the aisles, in what appears to be a spirit haunting a corner shop.

The startling footage from inside the small store seems to show boxes of tea levitating from the shelves before falling down, close to an unaware shopper. 

Shopkeeper Michelle Newbold said she is baffled after CCTV from the Whitstable Nutrition Centre in Whitstable, Kent captured two boxes of tea bags hover off the shelves.

The footage, uploaded to YouTube, then shows them drop to floor and startle the man - in what could be a ghost attempting to make off with a brew.
  The shop, which sells a range of natural products, has now become a viral sensation.

Ms Newbold said: 'I was perplexed I suppose. I just couldn't believe it.

'I have no idea about how it has happened. It is just a complete mystery. 

'I have never seen anything like it since I've been running the shop. The customer never said anything and I don't even know who it was.'

Wednesday, July 24, 2013

Reality show offers 10 MIllion dollars if you find the real bigfoot

It's time to really find out if Bigfoot truly exists with the LARGEST CASH PRIZE IN TELEVISION HISTORY. Spike is raising the stakes something serious in the endless quest to discover the truth about the legendary creature known as Bigfoot, the seemingly mythical being that roams forests of the world, avoiding mankind.

We here at SPIKE have announced a new one-hour reality show, "10 Million Dollar Bigfoot Bounty," featuring ambitious teams of explorers on a brazen exhibition to unearth real evidence of Bigfoot's existence. The "10 Million Dollar Bigfoot Bounty" is a new competitive reality show features various teams of explorers on a quest to answer the question of whether Big Foot truly lives. The $10 million in cash, underwritten by Lloyd's of London, would be the LARGEST CASH PRIZE IN TELEVISION HISTORY.

"10 Million Dollar Bigfoot Bounty," which will feature scientists, zoologists, seasoned trackers, and actual Bigfoot hunters who all believe in the infamous creature's existence. The teams will be faced with the daunting task of proving to a group of experts that Bigfoot, the hairy ape-like sasquatch, exists with the irrefutable evidence. The winner will be the first team to secure proof – and win the unprecedented $10 million bounty.

New Kentucky museum of the paranormal, unexplained and bizarre (video)

Van Lear, Ky. (WYMT) The world beyond our veil of perception is a subject that fascinates, captivates, and sometimes frightens. Whether you believe in this alleged phenomenon or not, its impact on pop culture is undeniable, which is why this man has opened an attraction to celebrate it.

“Well, I've always been into the paranormal and the strange my entire I said why not open a business that gets my collection out into the public eye,” said Eli Harrington, owner of the East Kentucky Museum of Mysteries.

That collection contains some of the most bizarre artifacts imaginable, from an extensive collection of spirit photography and coffins, to a functional gallow. Harrington's passion for these things is obvious, one he shares with his fiancé'.

“He's more of the expert on it than I am. I'll ask him questions like could this be that or propose's kind of a teamwork thing. Mulder and Scully-ish in a way,” said Kyrie Fawke.

“I just want to point out the thing behind me, this is an actual vampire protection kit from the 1800s preserved with a wooden stake, a cross garlic,” said WYMT reporter Eric Eckstrom.

Demi Lovato Says Her House In Texas Is Haunted

Demi Lovato revealed during an interview with BuzzFeed that not only is her house in Texas haunted, but that she has seen ghosts and is very aware of the afterlife. Just read what Demi had to say during her interview:
“I go ghost hunting. My house in Texas is so ridiculously haunted. Not by a bad spirit, but a little girl. I think her name is Emily. I’ve had a medium come over and ghost hunters, and they both told me the same name, Emily. There were so many times that I saw her when I was growing up. I saw her in my closet one time. When I was 3 years old my mom caught me talking to something by myself. She asked, “Who are you talking to?” and I said, ‘My best friend Emily.’ She’s playful. She’d probably be around 11 or 12 years old, maybe younger.

One of my friends, Tucker, came over one time and he asked, ‘So your house is haunted?’ I said, ‘Yeah, just watch. Something will happen. Something always happens.’ We started to watch a movie when all of a sudden a laptop in my kitchen started to play a movie also. It was a black screen before, so it was a question of who turned it on and hit play. And after that Tucker texted a friend saying, ‘I think this house is haunted, a movie just turned on by itself,’ and there was a ‘glitch’ in his phone that kept texting him back the word ‘definitely’ over and over again. That happened about 30 times.

There was another time when my uncle was in the living room watching TV and a balloon came down the stairs and turned around on the bannister. I have crazy footage of just orbs flying through the air… It’s crazy stuff.

Thursday, July 18, 2013

The true story behind the movie The Conjuring (videos)

James Wan’s latest foray into the haunted house genre leads him straight into The Conjuring which is “based on a true story” about the Perron family who were terrorized by demonic entities in which ghost hunters Ed and Lorraine Warren were called upon to investigate. We see this very often — especially with horror films — because adding the tag “based on a true” story to your credits instantly grabs everyone’s attention. And it should. Many movies are based on some truth and when it comes to something that looks as terrifying as Wan’s The Conjuring then we want to dig deeper into the events which inspired it.

The just recently dug up true story about The Possession which was produced by Sam Raimi about the famous dibbuk box that held a malicious ancient spirit inside that did horrible things to each of its owners. That story was much easier to track down the “true” events because it was a much more popular haunting. The Harrisville haunting, the basis of The Conjuring, was a bit more difficult as not many people know about it yet. Hopefully this will give you guys an idea as to what the true story behind The Conjuring really is.

What you’re about to read is all entirely from the accounts of Andrea Perron. Like any story such as this, there’s a ton of skepticism because it’s one of those things that we may never know to be true or not. Read on, and take from it what you will, whether you believe in these things or not it’s a fascinating story regardless and one that I hope you guys will find interesting.

It had been a very long time before Andrea Perron told her account of what happened to her and the rest of the family in the quiet town of Harrisville, Rhode Island. She kept it all bottled up for three decades until finally releasing her first published work, marking the first book in a three-part series which tells the story of her family’s true experiences while living in a farmhouse riddled with spirits in the lonely Rhode Island countryside.

Although this particular haunting is very well-documented and considered to be one of the most significant hauntings in history, it is still very foreign to many people. The Warrens considered it their “most intense, compelling, disturbing and significant investigation”.

Wednesday, July 17, 2013

Fire in rumored haunted house in Georgia called suspicious (video)

BONEVILLE, Ga. (WRDW) -- It's a spooky sight on Boneville Road where now just the bones of an old haunted house lie smoking.

Joann Jones lives across the street from what used to be the Old Dixie Inn.

"It's not going to be the same. It's not even going to look right. It don't look right from over there," she said.

Last night, Jones got a front row seat to the fire that destroyed the inn.

"It got so hot over there it melted the siding on our house, and you could feel the heat inside the house," she explained.

A big old house from the 1800s, the rubble was once referred to as the Boneville Mansion by the people in town. It was a statuesque two-story plantation home with grand white columns at the front and a second story porch that wrapped around.

Now all that's left, dead and smoldered wood and the many stories of the skeletons in its closets.

Several paranormal societies have investigated the house, including the Georgia Paranormal Society and the South Coast Paranormal Society.

Is this house haunted? The question you shouldn’t be scared to ask

You might feel silly asking an estate agent about ghouls and poltergeists, but failing to could cost you big time - as one unlucky couple found out.

It sounds far-fetched, but checking for ghosts in a new home should be as routine as questioning ‘Which way does the garden face?’, according to the property watchdog.

The advice comes after a couple found out too late that there was a history of, well, unusual occurrences and were told they had no right to reclaim their deposit, in a landmark case seen by the Ombudsman Services.

So what happened?

The couple, whose identity has been protected by the watchdog, were looking at an old manor house they hoped would become their dream family home.

During the viewing the wife suddenly felt queasy. She asked the estate agent if the house was haunted, but the question was brushed off with: “I’ve never been asked that before.”

As the husband approached the master bedroom on the first floor, he felt an ice-cold breeze across his face. He slowly turned the handle to open the door a fraction, only to have it slam shut again. The door pushed back so hard it felt like someone had shut it from the inside, he later told the Ombudsman.

Saturday, July 13, 2013

Singer Ryan Adams swears he saw a UFO in Glendale, CA

So… this is weird. Last night around 11 P.M. PT, Ryan Adams launched into a barrage of tweets about spotting a UFO. Yeah, for real.

But unlike most other UFO sightings, Adams didn't see a blip of something for a fleeting moment. And according to his Twitter, he wasn't the only one. Adams claims he spotted a "huge" object while driving his car in Glendale, CA, a place with a history of UFO sightings. Furthermore, Adams tweeted the object was hotly pursued by police cars as well as helicopters.

"Three cops were tearing ass in its direction in oncoming traffic. Thing was huge. If it was a blimp then that was a f-cked up blimp," tweeted Adams. "Whatever I saw was like a real sci fi film come to life."

Unfortunately—or depending on your beliefs, naturally—Adams didn't catch any footage of it. "No pic because I didn't twitter til I was parked," he explained. "Enough people are dead from texting and driving." Fair point. He's gotta get home to Mandy Moore, after all. But still, a little photo evidence would have been greatly appreciated.

Although Adams said "cars were slowing down to a stall to look at this thing," no one else seems to have tweeted a firsthand verification of his account. But that could be because, according to his Twitter feed, it was "closed off" shortly thereafter.

Wednesday, July 10, 2013

The Legend of Sybil's Cave, Hoboken, NJ.

I visited this location today and took some photos (below), and it is open to the public. I threw in a coin, but I haven't checked my lottery ticket. So I'll keep you posted on that. hahaaaa.

It was a hot, steamy summer afternoon on July 28, 1841 when James Boulard and Henry Mallin sighted what appeared to be a body floating in the water of the Hudson River near the shore of Hoboken, New Jersey. The two men, who had been trying to relax at a quiet retreat called Sybil's Cave located across the river from the heat and crowding of New York City, raced to a nearby dock and borrowed a boat to retrieve the floating object. They returned to the shore with the body of a woman, later identified as Mary Cecilia Rogers, missing from her New York City home since Sunday, July 25, 1841. This discovery brought national attention to an already locally famous sight.

Most people growing up in Hoboken 30 or 40 years ago were very familiar with the legend of Sybil's Cave. Local legend held that it was a natural deep cave with a spring located somewhere along the Hudson River.

However, current residents and visitors may be surprised to learn of the existence of this legend. The River Walk", served as a respite to the pressures and crowds of the city by providing a country like atmosphere for many residents, especially those who had recently migrated to the city from rural areas. This urban growth was the trend in those days prior to the Civil War, when cities were expanding at the expense of rural populations and traditions. Ferries and private boats brought New York City residents across the Hudson River. This was the origin of the shipping trade, which later immortalized Hoboken.

Wednesday, July 3, 2013

Loch Ness monster legend is geology's fault, says scientist

Italian geologist Luigi Piccardi  dismisses veracity of the Loch Ness monster and attributes the infamous creature to a geological phenomenon.

According to an Italian researcher, the infamous Loch Ness monster that appears according to the legend, alongside Earth tremors and and swirling bubbles from the Scottish lake of the same name, is the result of an active fault beneath Loch Ness.

Italian geologist Luigi Piccardi has credited the Great Glen fault system for the alleged sightings of the beast.

"There are various effects on the surface of the water that can be related to the activity of the fault," Piccardi told Italian newspaper La Repubblica adding that the times of the sightings have coincided with periods of seismic activity."We know that this was a period (1920-1930) with increased activity of the fault. In reality, people have seen the effects of the earthquakes on the water."

‘I can now transplant full human head’ states Scientist

An Italian scientist says human head transplants could become a reality in this century, but don’t lose your heads over it.

At least  not yet.

The most famous actual head transplant was performed on monkeys in 1970. The surviving monkey lived for only eight days.

Still, Dr. Sergio Canavero (left), who works at Turin Advanced Neuromodulation Group in Italy, says science has caught up with science fiction like Frankenstein, and head transplants are possible.

“The problem here is not really technical but is completely ethical,” he told

In the journal Surgical Neurology International, Canavero outlined a procedure for taking the head of one person and transplanting it onto the body of another. It involves inducing hypothermia and cutting the spinal cord with an “ultra-sharp blade” so it can be fused with the donor’s spinal cord.

“This is, of course, totally different from what happens in clinical spinal cord injury, where gross damage and scarring hinder regeneration,” Canavero wrote.

UFO sighting in Highland Lakes, New Jersey, brothers neck of the woods.

While checking out this website called UFO Stalker, I saw something kinda cool. It seems that there have been a UFO sighting, on June 13, 2031, in my brothers neck of the woods, the Highland Lakes of the New Jersey area.

I know the area well, and while I wanted to correct the spelling, I get the idea, that alcohol may have been involved.

Now do I believe in extraterrestrial life ?, yes... have they visited New Jersey ?,..well it is NJ and lets just say on a couple of occasions,.. I've seen some things in the sky that I still can't explain. And 9W in the Northeast part of the state is known for being kind of odd and haunted. Maybe I'll tell you the story someday, it'll short but it will be honest.

I have also added UfO Stalker to the links on this blog, so this way you can check out and sightings in your area, and, if you have your own, add one if you like.

Below is the quote from the witness, and if you click the bottom of the article it will give you more specific details.

But for now,... you be the judge.

Tuesday, July 2, 2013

NYC Denies Ghost Involvement In Mysterious Ooze

NYC Denies Ghost Involvement In Mysterious Ooze

Multiple New York City departments officially denied any involvement of ghosts in a mysterious ooze leak near the heavily-polluted Gowanus Canal in Brooklyn. A local funeral director declined to comment.

When asked if there were any kinds of ectoplasm present, NYFD Department Chair Kevin Woods stated that the liquid was a non-hazardous substance. "It's mostly water." Despite earlier alarms, he stated that the substance was roughly 1,000 gallons of water from a broken water main mixed with oil used to cool underground electrical lines operated by ConEd.

The break occurred sometime around 11 this morning and should be repaired by the end of the afternoon.

Woods further stated that there were no ghosts present, nor were there any ghost reports.