Grant Wilson announced today, May 8, on his Facebook page that he will return to paranormal investigating with Adam Berry and Amy Bruni.
Although it may not be good news for Bigfoot hunters, it may be good news for those who claim to have encountered aliens. According a report by the Times Free Press on May 6, only 14 percent of those surveyed believe in the existence of Bigfoot, while 29 percent of Americans believe in aliens.
The survey conducted in April 2013 . . .
The “Ghost Mine” marathon will run from 11 a.m. to 5 p.m. ET on SyFy Tuesday, May 7, says a post my Patrick Doyle on his Facebook page on May 6. The marathon will give “Ghost Mine’ fans the opportunity to get up to speed with the spooky goings on in the haunted mine before the new season begins in the fall of 2013.
‘Deep South Paranormal’ practices Voodoo
When SyFy made the decision to begin adding new paranormal reality shows to their lineup, I kept an open mind. I didn’t even mind when some of the shows, like “Ghost Mine” seemed as little short when it came to verifiable evidence of the paranormal. Then along came “Deep South Paranormal” and I found myself shaking my head and asking “What is SyFy thinking?”
Mirrors have been associated with the paranormal for hundreds of years, prompting people to cover mirrors in the home when someone dies to prevent their spirit from being trapped in the mirror. Although it sounds like the workings of the superstitious, John Zaffis, lead paranormal investigator on “Haunted Collector” doesn’t think so. On the latest episode of “Haunted Collector”, which aired on April 24, Zaffis revealed his belief that spirits can become trapped in mirrors. Read more in ..
The “Haunted Collector” team visited the historic Ft Wayne in Detroit, Michigan on its April 17 episode. The site contains 50 buildings, including the guard house and the Sally Fort tunnels, which both boast paranormal activity.
Claims include the sound of footsteps and at least one case when the phantom footsteps rushed the visitors, passing by them with a rush of frigid air. One re-enactor claims
When John Zaffis and the “Haunted Collector” team visited Geneva, NY to investigate the claims of homeowner identified as Margaret in an episode that aired on April 17, they probably weren’t expecting such an electrifying experience. Although the client’s claims included being pushed, scratched, and touched and having the blankets ripped from the bed, no one expected the resident ghost to send shocks through Zaffis’ legs and buttocks.