Thursday, April 19, 2018

Extrasensory Perception: The “Sixth Sense”

Extrasensory perception—ESP—is defined by parapsychologists as the acquisition by a human or animal mind of information it could not have received by normal, sensory means. Some researchers,...

Amherst Poltergeist Case

Amherst Poltergeist Case is the most well-known documented poltergeist case in Canada. It based around a girl named Esther Cox. In 1878 at the age of nineteen,...

Poltergeists and Murder

William Roll was born in 1926 and raised in Denmark. During World War II he experienced out-of-body phenomenon and read extensively on parapsychology. He studied...

Breathtaking Stories Of Australian Paranormal Phenomena

Anytime Australia comes up in a discussion, we always remember to mention how absurdly dangerous the place appears to be. We talk about its different, unsafe fauna,...

Six Haunted Household Items

Has your favourite armchair ever felt a bit… off? Or perhaps your rolling pin has mysteriously disappeared? Then you’re not alone – because yes, household items and...

Electronic Voices From Beyond the Grave

Professor Ernst Senkowski sits hunched over a trailing mass of wires and ageing radios in his laboratory. To the untrained eye it looks like an impossible tangle,...

Trustworthy Scientists and the Paranormal

One of several problems that the paranormal has to overcome is that it is frequently defined as pseudoscience.   As opposed to what most believe there have...

Phantom Armies

On the 29th of January, 1719, a Scottish gentleman, named Alexander Jaffray, Laird of Kingswells, was riding across a piece of wide and waste moorland to the...

Ouija Boards

The Ouija board, also known as a spirit board is a flat board marked with the letters of the alphabet, the numbers 0–9, the words "yes", "no",...

Borley Rectory – the most haunted house in England

Borley Rectory was a Victorian mansion that gained fame as "the most haunted house in England". Built in 1862 to house the rector of the parish of...