Well known for its paranormal activity, The Madison Seminary has a dark and depressing past. Built in 1847, this location was originally intended to be a school. It wasn’t until 1891 when the building was purchased by the Women’s Relief Corp that history really began to lend credence to the astounding claims of activity. When the Women’s Relief Corp bought the building, their primary mission was to house and assist women who have been made widows of war. However, this angelic organization also housed and cared for anyone who were (for whatever reason) unable to care for themselves. This could include the elderly, young orphaned children, and the mentally disabled. This situation presented circumstances that inherently created or resulted in profound sadness and pain. It’s our theory (and the theory of several other paranormal investigators) that emotions such as this may have a tendency to become residually trapped within a location. The mortar and brick of an old stone building such as this is t
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The old Licking County Jail in Newark Ohio has a very dark history and is well known for its paranormal activity. This old stone building has been host to a tremendous amount of tragedy. In the month of July 1953, a woman named Mae Varner sadly committed suicide by lighting herself on fire in her jail cell. On July 8th 1910, a young man named Carl Ethrington was beaten in his cell with a hammer by men who had broken into the jail. He was dragged out of his cell and outside of the jail where his was met by a crowd of what was said to be 5000 angry people. Once outside the jail, Mr. Ethrington was beaten again and then hanged from a telephone pole in the middle of town for all to witness. For investigators and believers in the paranormal, it’s no mystery as to why this historical jail is notoriously haunted. Some of the documented claims of activity at the Licking County Jail include, full body apparitions, disembodied voices, the sounds of footsteps, and sounds of cell doors closing on their own. Jo
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Just in time for the Halloween season, Thames Society of Paranormal Investigations has just released their NEW series titled TSPI Presents: Into the Black. The series will focus around the investigations of the team which is based out of Southeastern Connecticut in the United States. The first episode takes place in Windham, Connecticut in an over 200 year old mansion and was shot in a half documentary half reality style.
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A new web series about the cases of the Thames Society of Paranormal Investigations a team located out of Connecticut in the United States that is expected to come out in Late Summer or Fall of 2016.
Yesterday I mentioned that the X-Files was likely to spark interest among conspiracy theorists, and I indeed found that my Facebook feed was filled with conspiracy theorists who felt that the program...
Ever heard of Ascension? You have now so what are you waiting for
I had the opportunity to watch the two-hour scripted fictional feature The Cannibal in the Jungle on Animal Planet this past Sunday. Personally, I thought the overall presentation was entertaining and imaginative. It brought together the 2003 discovery of Homo floresiensis 'Flores Man' and the local Ebu Gogo legend...a being that the Flores islanders believe to be real. The show went a step further and created a fictional story where Homo floresiensis had survived and evolved during the past 12,000 years into murderous cannibalistic beings. Despite the fictional story, it many not be beyond the possibility that a breeding population hairy hominids may exist in the foreboding jungles of Flores. So what's the story of the beings known as Ebu Gogo?
Follow the haunting adventures of the new paranormal show down under.
Ghost Stalkers created by Nick Groff of the famous Ghost Adventures
"Ghost Adventures" host Zak Bagans announced on Thursday that his documentary film "The Demon House" will be completed this month. The haunted house in Gary, Indiana was reported to be plagued with hundreds of demons. The film is scheduled to be released in the fall.
Fox confirmed yesterday that they're bring back the popular "X-Files" paranormal series. David Duchovny and Gillian Anderson will reprise their roles as FBI Agents Fox Mulder and Dana Scully, with the series going into production starting as early as June, and the series returning as a 6-part miniseries in 2016.
"Ghost Hunters International" star Robb Demarest is coming back to the US with his new "Haunting: Australia" series. The premiere airs tomorrow night on the Syfy channel.
David Duchovny and Gillian Anderson will reprise their roles as FBI agents Fox Mulder and Dana Scully in a new "X Files" reboot. If Fox and 20th Century sign off on the project, production will start this summer.
"Tonight's 'Ghost Adventures Aftershocks' season premiere, two people are mad at me, one ends up in prison, and one in tears," host Zak Bagans said.
Season two of "Monsters and Mysteries in America," is coming to Warren County with the tale of the Musconetcong Mantis Man, a bug-like alien creature believed to roam near the water at night time. http://www.phantomsandmonsters.com/2012/12/the-musconetcong-river-mantis-man.html
The readers have asked for more information on this phenomenon in Hackettstown, NJ since I started reporting it several years ago. Eventually the producers of 'Monsters and Mysteries in America' reached out to me for witness information and sighting details. This is one of the strangest anomalies that I have ever researched and reported.
"Mantis Man, Spottsville Monster, Tornado Phantoms" - March 18th - check your local listings, These are the 'Mantis Man' encounters I posted on 'Phantoms and Monsters'
The actor best known for portraying Spock on the "Star Trek" series died today. Leonard Nimoy died this morning in his home in Los Angeles at 83-years-old.
This Saturday the Ghost Adventures Crew head to New England for their Valentine's Day special.