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Eight things you need to know about poltergeists – just in...

Halloween is the time of year when interest in the paranormal peaks and people celebrate all things supernatural. Of particular fascination are stories and...

Raleigh’s ‘Ghost Guild’ sees spike in reports of paranormal activity amid...

RALEIGH, N.C. (WNCN) – It’s that time of year where people celebrate ghosts and terror. “I think a lot of people like it just because...

Take A Spooky Stroll Through Sunset Heights This Weekend – klaq.com

The three day weekend is upon us and many are looking for different ways to celebrate the holiday weekend. If you're in a spooky...

2021 West Virginia Penitentiary Para-Con

Celebrate the supernatural in one of America’s most haunted prison’s. Built in 1866 this Gothic fortress was intended to lock away some of West...

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Haunted Tri-Cities: Newport building linked to tragedy, haunting and a conspiracy – WJHL-TV News...

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Hampton Roads Haunted House Guide | 2021 – WAVY.com

HAMPTON ROADS, Va. (WAVY) – If you’re a fan of haunted houses and can handle a good scare, Hampton Roads has its share of...

Paranormal Investigations Reopen to Public at Haunted Mental Hospital in Illinois This Weekend –...

A supposedly haunted mental hospital opened in 1902 in central Illinois will reopen to the public again this weekend for paranormal investigations. Peoria State Hospital,...

Here’s what’s coming to Hulu in April 2021, and what’s leaving – MarketWatch

Hulu will welcome back its most popular original series in April, along a trio of buzz-worthy documentaries and some ’90s-movie favorites.After a two-year layoff,...

The 15 Best Horror Movies of 2021 – Paste – Paste Magazine

If 2020 helped capture the isolating terror and binding racial tension that permeated that year’s terrible events, the frustratingly repetitive quagmire of 2021 only...