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Crystal Skulls
With the recent release of “Indiana Jones and the Kingdom of the Crystal Skull,” I thought it would behoove us all to learn a bit more about the legends of the “real” crystal skulls.

Orphan Ghosts
Orphanages have existed in the United States for almost 300 years. Some provided safe and healthy environments for children to grow and learn. Others were virtual workhouses and children were neglected, starved, and abused. Is it any wonder that there are so many reports of mass hauntings by childre

Marlon Lowe and the Giant Bird
During my many childhood adventures and escapades, one thing that never entered my head was the possibility of being picked up by a giant bird and carried down the block.

Haunted Sunnyvale Toys ‘R’ Us
Thirty miles south of San Francisco, on the site of what was once a beautiful apple orchard and immense ranch owned by Martin Murphy Jr. in the late 1800´s, setting amidst concrete and asphalt, is a haunted Toys ‘R’ Us store.

Did Twain Write “Jap Herron?”
On April 21, 1910, Samuel Clemens a/k/a Mark Twain passed on to the other side. Six years later, in 1916, Emily Grant Hutchings born in Twain’s hometown of Hannibal, Missouri, claimed the famous author dictated a manuscript to her through the use of a medium, and a Ouija board.

Meeting Stephen King
The eighties was a huge decade for me...the biggest! I married; I gave birth to my two children; and, I met Stephen King.

Interview with St. Louis Psychic
Jim Dolan has a very special gift: He can talk to the dead.

Webster Groves, Missouri Haunted House
The Haunting of Gehm House in Webster Groves, Missouri.

Spring Heeled Jack
Victorian England isn’t known for being an exciting era. Although, I’m sure for those who had the pleasure(?) of meeting Spring Heeled Jack, it did have its moments!

The Art of Dowsing
Dowsing is the art of using a Y-shaped twig or L-shaped rod to help one find buried water. It is sometimes called divining or water witching. Many dowsers are able to detect other things besides water, such as buried treasure, lost possessions, missing people, and spiritual activity.

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