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Thoughts On The Classic Haunted House

A House is the stage on which the drama of our lives plays out. It is exposed to the very best of times and often the very worst. It sits there as a silent but all observing witness recording every thought, every memory, every emotion. The intensity and collection rate depends on several environmental and material factors. It is a well known fact that some materials are more conductive of energy than others. However few people understand that those conductive factors extent from the physical to the metaphysical. The resulting phenomema is known in Paranormal circles as a Residual Haunting. It is literally an energetic recording and playback function that occurs naturally without any eternal stimuli or in some cases there seems to be factors that can trigger this activity. The houses in question can absorb so much psychic energy from lives coming and going that it takes the fragments and condenses them into a sort of Semi Consious entity that awakens and sort of takes on an identity all its own. This identity is always in a state of change and flux. It is truly dependant on the energy that is projected into it and the intent and manifestations act accordingly. This is why people who enter true haunting environments encounter phenomena liken to their own beliefs. One person may see the activity as evil and this the energetic make up of the locations shifts in that direction. Another may come in right behind the previous person and believe the activity is harmless and caused by the spirit of a small child and indeed that is the energy and manifestations presented by the home. This is a true and tried case of mind over matter. The power of the mind and our amazing connection to all things. The melding of the Physical world and the Psyche. In between those points are numerous nuances to be studied and explored. The Dynamics of A Haunting, if you will.

In my 13 years in the field I have personally seen this pattern play out on nearly every case I have worked and I have conducted hundreds. The true functions and reaches of the mind extend much deeper and in directions we cant even imagine. I think more and more the mainstream scientific community is beginning to catch a brief glimpse of this and finally coming to admit just how little we know about quantifiable reality and our place within it and our effects upon it. For the new investigative season that will begin March 1rst 2019 and run through October 31rst of the same year, this will be my main objective. I am in the process of setting some very complex research goals and making the most of every moment in the field in an attempt to take my studies to a whole new level and focus.

In the mean time I continue my research as always and continue to devise new theories and means of opperations to make things flow more efficiently and smoothly. The next phase in this process will be aquiring the new tech I need to apply focus on Residual Hauntings and that is by no means cheap. With the current season on the edge of closing on one of the most emotional and disappointing seasons in my entire career I can only pick myself back up and make sure that my next season will be the best yet.

RAB

The Ghost of a Dead Boy Haunts this California…

The Ghost of a Dead Boy Haunts this California Hiking Trail:

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The community of Modesto, California, prides itself on
being fairly active. As a result, many running and hiking trails have
been created through the town and surrounding county. But some trails are more
well-known than others.

The Dry Creek Running Trail is quite popular, but not
necessarily for its scenic views or level of difficulty. Many routine
joggers and cyclists use it (or avoid it) because they believe it to
be haunted. Some say the spirit of a teenage boy lingers on this trail—at
the bridge on Claus Road in particular.

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The Ghost of a Dead Boy Haunts this California…

The Ghost of a Dead Boy Haunts this California Hiking Trail:

The community of Modesto, California, prides itself on
being fairly active. As a result, many running and hiking trails have
been created through the town and surrounding county. But some trails are more
well-known than others.

The Dry Creek Running Trail is quite popular, but not
necessarily for its scenic views or level of difficulty. Many routine
joggers and cyclists use it (or avoid it) because they believe it to
be haunted. Some say the spirit of a teenage boy lingers on this trail—at
the bridge on Claus Road in particular.

Continue
reading at Backpackerverse.

What’s that making a noise at night in Gedling…

What’s that making a noise at night in Gedling Woods?:

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Gedling Woods were originally part of the ancient
Sherwood Forest, home to Robin Hood. However, today Gedling Woods is but a
fraction of its original size, and is a nature reserve close to Shearing Hill.

There is full public access to Gedling Woods and it is a
very popular destination for dog walkers and hikers.

Most people have no idea of the many hauntings associated
with it.

There have been many reported cases of paranormal
activity over the centuries, including a ghostly nun and also of a White Lady –
both of which have been seen to glide along the many tracks which criss-cross
the woodland.

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the Gedling Eye for the full article.

What’s that making a noise at night in Gedling…

What’s that making a noise at night in Gedling Woods?:

Gedling Woods were originally part of the ancient
Sherwood Forest, home to Robin Hood. However, today Gedling Woods is but a
fraction of its original size, and is a nature reserve close to Shearing Hill.

There is full public access to Gedling Woods and it is a
very popular destination for dog walkers and hikers.

Most people have no idea of the many hauntings associated
with it.

There have been many reported cases of paranormal
activity over the centuries, including a ghostly nun and also of a White Lady –
both of which have been seen to glide along the many tracks which criss-cross
the woodland.

Visit
the Gedling Eye for the full article.

The Story Behind this Ghost Town Cemetery in G…

The Story Behind this Ghost Town Cemetery in Georgia Will Chill You to the Bone 

As one of the biggest burial grounds in Georgia, Oakland
Cemetery is also one of the oldest.

What was originally built in the 1800s, this important
cemetery ended up being the burial spot for nearly 7,000 Confederate soldiers
during the Civil War, 3,000 of which remain unknown.

But what makes this cemetery such a paranormal hot-spot,
is that despite the war being over for well over a century, people have still
claimed to see apparitions of soldiers wandering the grounds.

Perhaps the most chilling story to come from this
cemetery is when a visitor heard Confederate soldiers doing a roll call in the
distance, and his name was added into the call. 

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Only In Your State for the full article and more photos of Oakland Cemetery.

For sale: Historic NE Pennsylvania jail haunte…

For sale: Historic NE Pennsylvania jail haunted by the ghosts of hanged coal miners:

The asking price — $749,000 — includes gallows, nooses, handcuffs, the everlasting handprint of a hanged coal miner, and possibly some ghosts who have good reason to be ticked off.

“Oh, we have ghosts here,” Betty Lou McBride said last week. “Tons of ghosts.”

Meet Resurrection Mary, the ghost of Archer Av…

Meet Resurrection Mary, the ghost of Archer Avenue:

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Just southwest of Chicago, on Archer Avenue in Justice,
Illinois, across the street from Resurrection Cemetery, is a bar called Chet’s
Melody Lounge. Chet’s is a classic roadside tavern, with a pool table, a
jukebox, a popcorn machine, and a large clientele of bikers. But Chet’s has an
unusual tradition: every Sunday, the staff leaves a Bloody Mary at the end of
the bar for a ghost. The ghost’s name is Resurrection Mary, and she has haunted
this stretch of Archer since the 1930s, when she picked up young men dancing to
the big bands at the Oh Henry Ballroom. 

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here to continue reading this article by the Chicago Reader.

Meet Resurrection Mary, the ghost of Archer Av…

Meet Resurrection Mary, the ghost of Archer Avenue:

Just southwest of Chicago, on Archer Avenue in Justice,
Illinois, across the street from Resurrection Cemetery, is a bar called Chet’s
Melody Lounge. Chet’s is a classic roadside tavern, with a pool table, a
jukebox, a popcorn machine, and a large clientele of bikers. But Chet’s has an
unusual tradition: every Sunday, the staff leaves a Bloody Mary at the end of
the bar for a ghost. The ghost’s name is Resurrection Mary, and she has haunted
this stretch of Archer since the 1930s, when she picked up young men dancing to
the big bands at the Oh Henry Ballroom. 

Click
here to continue reading this article by the Chicago Reader.

10 Abandoned Buildings in Texas Haunted by Bla…

10 Abandoned Buildings in Texas Haunted by Black Eyed Children:

10) Toyah High School – Toyah, TX
9) Walnut Ridge Mansion – Gonzales, TX
8) The Rig Theatre – Premont, TX
7) Baker Hotel – Mineral Wells, TX
6) El Paso Tin Mine – El Paso, TX
5) Jackson Square Apartments – Amarillo, TX
4) The Cistern – Houston, TX
3) Emhouse School – Corsicana, TX
2) The Hotel Ozona – Ozona, TX
1) Abandoned Asylum – San Antonio, TX