A Minnesota woman noticed something strange when she was browsing through the National Register of Historic Places. As she was researching a historical house located in her area, she found an eerie figure in one of the database's listing photos. She posted the image on Reddit and it went viral.
The Resurrection of Tombstone organizer Gary Brown was recently arrested earlier this month in Georgia. The former sheriff deputy is accused of stealing funds by the other two event coordinators, Connie Williams and Becky Hamm, so they cancelled, then rescheduled the event, then cancelled it again.
An Ohio paranormal enthusiast accused of committing fraud through PayPal admitted to using the money for personal reasons. The man allegedly schedules ghost hunts up to a year in advance then later cancels them and doesn't refund the customers the money.
Paranormal event planner Gary Brown was recently arrested in Georgia. The former sheriff deputy is being accused of stealing funds from The Resurrection of Tombstone event, an event he was supposed to host in November.
A cemetery in Arizona is having a trick-or-treating event for kids that is scheduled to take place during the Halloween season in Mesa. Families that have loved ones buried at the cemetery and area residents are furious after they learned about the controversial event.
A paranormal event planner and host of The Resurrection of Tombstone event was recently arrested in Georgia. The upcoming event was supposed to kick off on November 6 but was cancelled and rescheduled for May 13.
A paranormal investigator and a businessman from Ohio is being accused of having sex with a 14-year-old boy. The man allegedly sent nude photos to the teen on Facebook and then they met at a nearby park to search for ghosts but ended up having sex instead. He pleaded guilty to the charges on Monday.
Scammers pretending to be employees of Facebook have been contacting people in the paranormal community trying to get them to send money. The thieves tell potential victims that they’ve won a contest and that they have to pay a transfer fee to get their winnings.
In September of 1966, stay-at-home mom Beverly Wagner pulled out her Polaroid Instamatic Camera and snapped some photos in her suburban brick home nestled on the nearby south side of Indianapolis. One of those photos ejecting from the camera still leaves her mystified, almost fifty years later.
A woman was taking photos of friends at a party and after she reviewed the images, she noticed something strange in one of them. She posted the photo on her Facebook page and the image went viral.