Category: hauntings


In the 1980’s the Wyrick family moved into a house in Georgia. After living in the house for a few months the daughter, Heidi started to talk about her imaginary friend called Mr. Gordy. Initially Lisa Wyrick thought a strange man was targeting her daughter and called her husband Andy. After looking around the property no one could be found. Heidi began to talk to an unseen figure and requesting an extra plate of food for Mr. Gordy, and also began talking about a man named Con who was covered in blood. The Wyrick’s did research and found out that a man named James Gordy and a man named Con had both been tied to the property. Gordy died in 1974 and Con died in 1957. The family lived with the spirits for a few years, until Heidi saw a dark shadow that was different from Con or Mr. Gordy. The shadow figures terrorized Heidi and would drag her out of bed and scratch her. Andy did not believe that the spirit was the one scratching his daughter until he woke up with scratches. The family home was investigated by a paranormal investigator in 1994. The investigation revealed that the house was haunted and that Heidi was a psychic. The family’s story was featured on the shows A Haunting and Unsolved Mysteries. According to the family Heidi still sees spirits.




Ghost Theory:

Ghosts aren’t strong enough to affect anything or even communicate with the real world unless they work together. Ouija Board with multiple people having their hands on it? At least as many ghosts.

Ghosts would only be able to do things if they all cooperate and agree to all do stupid stuff in the human world just for kicks, so a large scale haunting would require a lot of coordination and commitment to what are basically just practical jokes. With this theory I must conclude:

Haunted houses are ghost frat houses.

Thank you for your time.


I gave my friend a box and told her to put anything in it and give it back but keep the contents a secret. She then went into a quiet room in a notoriously haunted location and told the spirits what was in the box ahead of my investigation there. Through the PSB7 Spirit Box I received the correct answer to what was in the box. Absolutely amazing results!

Stay Tuned! 



“Ghosts, Skinwalkers, UFOs, Hauntings, Bigfoot & Aliens, Featuring the Phoenix Lights” 

 Presented by Jonathan Dover and Stanley Milford, Jr.

On Day One of the 17th Annual UFO Festival, focusing on the Phoenix Lights sighting of March 1997, we are pleased to host two eyewitnesses, who will tell their perspective of that event as well as others in the region.

Jonathan Dover spent 31 years as a law enforcement officer. He worked in the Arizona Police Department, The National Park Service, Navajo Historic Preservation Department, and the Navajo Nation Rangers. He was trained in Criminal Investigations and was an Archaeological Resource Crimes Investigator. Stanley Milford Jr. currently serves as a Ranger Sergeant with the Navajo Nation Rangers in Window Rock, Arizona. He’s a graduate of the United States Indian Police Academy, and has worked as a law enforcement Ranger for 18 years. 

Dover and Milford together were assigned to officially investigate and document significant cases involving Bigfoot, the Paranormal, Navajo Witchcraft and UFOs.


 Introduction: James Clarkson, UFO Researcher, Author and Lecturer

Video: Orlando Sanchez and Kathleen Nyberg
Edited by Orlando Sanche


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More spooks! Another set of pages from my Our Sheffield project sketchbook. 

Really loved how these charcoal experiments came out. I don’t know about everyone else but I just use a really cheap mega-can of hairspray as a pastel/charcoal fixative so I don’t know how good the good shit is (even in HS [which was the last time before Uni that I studied art] we just used hairspray and then stuck down a soft piece of thin tissue paper to stop contact?), but the impressions across the page were kind of a happy coincidence here?

I like the fact that it gives the book some age and wear. It makes them look softer, and not so fresh. When I had a review with one of my tutors she has the idea that I can actually play with the fact that impressions make things look even more ghostly. She said the fact you can see that slight impression of the lady on the other page is actually kind of spooky, and I agreed. I did some more experimentation with this concept and it wasn’t completely successful just due to time constraints and a push to get a final piece completed, but I still really love these pages and this idea and will probably come back to this in future, especially if I make the Haunted Sheffield Zine like I’m supposed to!

(On that note I did finally, after literally half a year, find some kind of bolt out of the blue in terms of direction for this potential zine. I won’t lie, I have also come up with two other zine ideas in the past couple of days so I’m not sure it’s my number one priority [and I also have like 10 other zine ideas on the backburner too … ughhhhh] but it’s nice to have an actual solid concept for the first time with this project!)


#CurrentlyReading: The Demonologist by Gerald Daniel Brittle 🕯️🖤

This book takes a closer look at the extraordinary career of Ed and Lorraine Warren – two incredible #paranormal investigators and authors who claimed to have handled over 10,000 cases during their career.

The Warrens founded the New England Society for Psychic Research, authored numerous books and have lectures about the paranormal 👻👻

Stories of ghost hauntings they investigated have since been adapted into films, TV series and documentaries including the Amityville Horror and Conjuring films 🎥

What’s your favourite case of theirs?


This photo of the famous Brown Lady of Raynham Hall was taken by Captain Herburt Provand and his assistant Indre Shira in 1936. The two were working at County Life magazine and reporting on Raynham Hall in England. According to Provand, Shira saw an apparition while setting up camera equipment and Provand took a photo of the stairs where Shira saw the apparition. The photo circulated quickly and became one of the most famous ghost photos of all time. Famed ghost hunter Henry Price claimed that he believed the photo to be genuine, and that the negative showed no evidence of tampering.

Most Haunted Town in the American South:

Monticello has a reputation for being the most haunted small town in the American South. It is home to Indian Mounds and many historic buildings, including the Perkins Opera House (now the Monticello Opera House) and the Monticello Old Jail Museum.

Many of these places have a history that ‘haunts’ the present. Many a superstitious tourist, history buff, or supernatural hobbyist have enjoyed the history and haunts of Monticello.