While doing 15+ years of investigating I found that the most interesting places were those that unknown to the general public. To me those places had more activity than any famous haunted locations. The fun part was actually having to dig into the history of each location to find out if any ghost reports were known. One of the best places we ever investigated that was unknown as a paranormal hot spot was a small tavern in Concrete WA where I got a really unexpected apparition photo that I will soon be posting on a hub page I will be creating soon.
Would love to read and see it. and also would like to know more on it.
by Eric Dierker 19 months ago
What is Obstruction of Justice? And what is "under investigation"?If a person is said to be under investigation that is too much Hollywood. People are not crimes. (imagine calling an immigrant a crime) Acts of questionable nature get investigated. People do not get investigated unless...
by Shannon 13 months ago
Anyone have any REAL GHOST STORIES to share?
by Becki Rizzuti 9 years ago
I just published a hub about the Amityville Horror. I was forced to categorize it under "Halloween" because it is a "haunting" story. I would like to see a category for haunted houses somewhere *else* so that the content is recognized as ever green and categorized as such....
by Josh Avery 3 years ago
Would you rather spend the night in a haunted estate or a bug infested motel?
by logic,commonsense 7 years ago
Watching HGTV's first time homebuyer, there was a dude on there that had to have the house he was planning on buying, exorcised of spirits before he'd finalize the contract. He was a teacher and a coach! You could tell his girl friend thought he was a bit strange! Would you be...
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