It may be February as I’m writing this and a week after Hallmark is done counting it’s blessings that Valentine’s Day comes once a year like clockwork, but as I was looking through my You Tube Halloween playlist I thought I’d share a few misc Halloween videos to warm up your Winter…
Skeleton Key figures will release a set of five figurines over the next few months of 2013, representing five ghosts of Japanese legend.
The series of figures is called Shuonan, or “asylum for vindictive spirits to pay back their contempt and bitterness.” Each figurine is limited to a run of two hundred and fifty.
The first ghostly legend, to be released March 18th and seen in the pic at right, will be Oiwa, a ghost of a women killed by her lover and left to reside in dark waters for the rest of time.
I started this site for many reasons….to inform, to educate and because I get news items in my feeds about a ghost that seems intent on stealing some buds of quality marijuana.
See what I mean, where else can you get to write sentences like that one without being high yourself?
Yet that is what one grower of the infamous green leafed plant claims happened recently in his greenhouse.
For most of us, toy stores conjure up childhood images of fun, freedom and imagination.
However, a Toys R Us location in Sunnyvale California has become more well known as a place of terror then pleasure.
It is said that a ghost resides in the shop, a ghost searching for a lost love.
A ghost that during an investigation by well known psychic Sylvia Browne just happened to have his picture taken and became one of the most well known paranormal photographs in the world.
George Edwards, A Scottish boat captain as well as a Loch Ness Monster hunter, recently captured an extraordinary picture while searching for the sunken remains of a steam engine near the infamous Loch.
Edwards, who has hunted the beast for twenty six years says the object seemed to be heading towards Urquhart Castle. Edwards claims to have viewed the creature for around five minutes.