Cold Spot Paranormal Research: Ghosts Haunted. Location: North Battleford, Saskatchewan, Canada The following report was sent into our website by Sheri on May 25, 2013: “In my late teens I saw weird monkey-like hands or paws, or whatever you want to call them scrabbling under the space between the floor and the bottom of the door that lead down to the basement of our family home where both my brother and my bedrooms were.
I lived in North Battleford, Saskatchewan at the time…a province of Canada that is definitely not a tropical area as our winters are long and freezing cold. It is a small, small prairie city without any zoos of any kind. This phenomenon was seen on two occasions; once in 1972 and again in 1974. I remember both times it occurred late in the summer or early fall, and if I remember correctly, early to mid-evening; never really late at night. They made loud scratching, scrabbling type noises as they moved back and forth.
Haunted Saskatchewan: 10 Ghost Stories From Around The Province. Long roads that lead to seemingly nowhere, harsh weather that howls across the flat prairie, and an expansive landscape that often leaves you far, far away from anyone else — it's not hard to see why Saskatchewan is a hotbed for ghost tales and spooky encounters.
Saskatchewan's history is ripe with scary stories, and residents and visitors continue to experience paranormal activity across the wide-open prairie. Scariest Poltergeist Activity - True accounts of the scariest poltergeist activity. From unexplained noises to flying objects to attacks on people, this is some of the strangest, scariest poltergeist activity ever documented PICTURE THE EARTH in the blackness of space, spinning on its axis, orbiting the sun, with the moon following its orbit around the Earth -- all in accordance with the predictable laws of physics.
All is as it should be. But look more carefully at that bright blue planet. Difference Between a Ghost, Poltergeist, and a Haunting. Poltergeists: Three Famous Cases Documented. Some of the best-documented, frightening, and controversial poltergeist cases of recent times CHAIRS MOVE ABOUT by themselves.
Walls shake from loud, unexplained banging. Water drips from a ceiling. Hairbrushes disappear for days, only to reappear in their place on the dresser. Poltergeists - What is a poltergeist? 7 Signs of Poltergeist Activity. Here is how to recognize when your home might be experiencing poltergeists DETERMINING THE DIFFERENCE between poltergeist activity and ghost or haunting activity can be difficult.
While ghost and haunting activity is the result of spirit energy, poltergeist activity - also known as "recurrent spontaneous psychokinesis" or RSPK - is the result of psychic energy generated (usually unconsciously) by a person, referred to as an agent. Read more in the articles What Is a Poltergeist and How to Survive a Poltergeist. But how do you know there might be poltergeist activity in your home?
True Ghost Stories and Paranormal Articles. Poltergeist. The Harper’s Mansion Ghost Study. Paul McCaffrey Volume 24.3, Fall 2014 There are countless ghost hunters around the world, most of them doing what science writer Sharon Hill would dub “sciencey things.”
Here we present a case study in bringing more scientific methodology to the pursuit. –Ed. The following contains excerpts from a study completed in 2013 for Ghost Hunters Wollongong (GHW). Background As early as 2010 we began exploring the ever-growing trend of popular paranormal television shows. Harpers Mansion. How Ghosts Work. Several years ago, I stayed in a small apartment adjoining an old cabin.
The property was far from city lights, and on clear nights, the shadows could be a little spooky. Sometimes, especially in the dark evenings of the fall and early winter, I had the uncanny sense that I wasn't alone.One night, while I was in the apartment, I heard a muffled thump that seemed to come from inside the cabin. Ordinarily, I would have dismissed the sound as the settling of the century-old building. But it was an eerily still night, and I already found the terrain around the cabin unnerving after dark. After hearing the sound several times, I started to wonder whether something supernatural was at work, but I hesitated to investigate. Ghost Stories: Visits from the Deceased.
Carlos Sluzki’s cat died a while ago now, but he still sometimes visits.
Now more of a shadow cat, the former pet seems to lurk at the edges of Sluzki’s vision, as a misinterpreted movement amid the everyday chaos of domestic life. All the same, the shadow cat is beginning to slink away and Sluzki notes that as the grief fades his erstwhile friend is “erasing himself from the world of the present and receding into the bittersweet world of the memories of the loved ones.” The dead stay with us, that much is clear. Real-life 'Paranormal Activity': Are Ghosts Real? A still from "Paranormal Activity 3.
" (Credit: Paramount Picutures). The new horror film "Paranormal Activity 3" features another set of amateur ghost hunters trying to document evidence of paranormal activity through the use of home video cameras. The twitchy, grainy video images of demons and ghosts have scared up hundreds of millions of dollars in box office gold in two previous installments of the low-budget franchise. NEWS: Near-death Experiences Explained It's all good fun for spooky cinematic scares. Between one-third and one-half of Americans believe in ghosts, and that belief motivates many to look for evidence of the paranormal. Spooky politics: Texas capital home to ghosts. By April Castro, Associated Press Writer AUSTIN, Texas — Politics can be plenty spooky, especially this time of year.
But in Texas, some politicians have a way of sticking around way past Election Day. Christianpost. October 27, 2007|8:54 am A third of Americans say they believe in ghosts, a pre-Halloween poll found. The same proportion, 34 percent, say they believe in unidentified flying objects, according to the poll by the Associated Press and Ipsos, and 23 percent say they have actually seen a ghost or believe they have been in one's presence.
Those most likely to have experienced that are single people, Catholics and those who never attend religious services. Three in 10 have awakened sensing a strange presence in the room. Nearly half (48 percent) believe in extrasensory perception, a drop from the 66 percent who said they accept ESP in a similar question asked by Newsweek in 1996. Nineteen percent believe that spells or witchcraft exists. A 2006 Barna Group poll found that the supernatural world is more readily believed by teens. Follow us Get CP eNewsletter ›› More than 10 percent of youth claimed they communicated with the dead. "Ask your friends if they think people have a soul? Ghost Hunters. Haunting Ghost Stories of Mansfield Reformatory. Updated December 15, 2014. Inspired by old German castles, architect Levi T.
Haunting Ghost Stories of Eastern State Penitentiary. Updated December 15, 2014. Haunting Ghost Stories of Alcatraz. Updated December 16, 2014. In the late 1850s, the first inmates to occupy Alcatraz were military prisoners who were put to work building a new prison that later became known as "The Rock. " The U.S. Army used the island until 1933, at which time the Federal Government decided to open a maximum-security, minimum-privilege penitentiary to deal with the most incorrigible inmates. Alcatraz was designed to break rebellious prisoners by putting them in a structured, monotonous routine until their release. Prisoners were given four basic things - food, clothing, shelter and medical care. Ghosts 'all in the mind' Ghosts are the mind's way of interpreting how the body reacts to certain surroundings, say UK psychologists.
A chill in the air, low-light conditions and even magnetic fields may trigger feelings that "a presence" is in a room - but that is all they are, feelings. This explanation of ghosts is the result of a large study in which researchers led hundreds of volunteers around two of the UK's supposedly most haunted locations - Hampton Court Palace, England, and the South Bridge Vaults in Edinburgh, Scotland. Dr Richard Wiseman, of the University of Hertfordshire, and his colleagues say their work has thrown up some interesting data to suggest why so many people can be spooked in the same building but provides no evidence that ghosts are real.