A very promising new horror game launched its Kickstarter campaign on 21st January with the developers, Czech Republic-based Dreadlocks Ltd, aiming to raise £100,000 to complete its full launch.
A grief-stricken electrical engineer believes he has found a way to communicate with his dead daughter eight years after her death.
By Deborah LeBlanc, Author of Water Witch Some time ago, I had the opportunity to visit the Nicholson House, which is located in Washington, Louisiana and was built in the mid-eighteen hundreds. The first clue that made me suspect the house might be a hot spot (a location with real paranormal activity), came the moment I stepped onto the front porch. A pulling sensation traveled throughout my body, as though a magnet lay hidden beneath the porch and my innards had suddenly turned to metal.
I’ve just been reaching an article detailing that “anomalistic psychology” is to be taught to A-Level Students in England as an option on the A2 Psychology course. The option will include teachings about telepathy, psychokinesis, psychic healing, near-death experiences and talking to the dead. Anomalistic psychology is defined by the Anomalistic Psychology Research Unit at Goldsmiths as: “Anomalistic psychology may be defined as the study of extraordinary phenomena of behaviour and experience, including (but not restricted to) those which are often labelled “paranormal”.
Paranormal Plus By Deborah LeBlanc, Author of Water Witch When I started delving into paranormal investigation years ago, my adventures were done alone and with little more than a disposable camera, compass, flashlight, and a set of brass balls. Over time, I collected more sophisticated tools of the trade, like an EMF detector, infrared cameras, etc. The set of brass balls remained a constant. Eventually, I joined professional paranormal investigation teams, began traveling to purported haunted locations throughout the country, and even did some scouting for MTV’s Fear program.