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Hunter Steakhouse in Oceanside, CA
Built on the site of an old cemetery, the Hunter Steakhouse has had many reported incidents of paranormal activity.
International Cryptozoology Museum, Portland
Founder and operator of the museum, Loren Coleman, has written quite a few books on the subject of cryptozoology. His work was invaluable to me as I wrote my first book, The Weiser Field Guide to Cryptozoology which will be out sometime in late February.
Interview with Hypnotist Pete Haviland
Peter C. Haviland, A.C.C.H., a certified clinical hypnotherapist, has been using his gift to help people for about 25 years now. He knows this is his calling. Of interest to me in this interview is Pete’s work with the paranormal.
Interview with JJ Lumsden, Author
If you are looking for a perfect book to accompany a cup of hot cocoa, a cozy blanket, and your four-legged friend curled up next to your feet on a snowy weekend, I would suggest The Hidden Whisper.
Interview with Lee Prosser
Interview with Author, Writer, Artist, Composer, Investigator, Paranormal Researcher, and UFOlogist Lee Prosser
Interview with St. Louis Psychic
Jim Dolan has a very special gift: He can talk to the dead.
Island of the Dolls
Last weekend while I was kayaking down a small river in southern Missouri, I would have been astounded to come across an island with broken and decaying dolls hanging from the trees as I paddled around a bend.
Jake, the Alligator Man
Unlike most cryptids, Jake, the Alligator Man was quite social in his heyday. Witnesses say that the scaly beast enjoyed frequenting whorehouses and clubs, and entertaining at carnivals when he took a notion.
Japan's Suicide Mountain
What is it about the Sea of Trees, also called the Jukai, located on the forests of Mount Fuji in Japan that draws people there to take their own lives?
Japanese River Imps
Japanese River Imps also called kappa are amphibious cryptids often mistaken for six and seven-year-old children.
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