Interview With A Psychic Vampire

Not all vampires consume blood, be it from victims or willing donors. Some rely, instead, on energy taken directly from their donor, or another source. Typically, these people are known as "psychic vampires", "psi vamps", or "pranic vampires". The latter comes from the word "prana", which is the Sanskrit word for "life force". The following is an interview with a psychic vampire. The interviewee wished to remain anonymous for a variety of reasons.

The Jersey Devil: The Red Kangaroo Theory

There are many theories as to what the Jersey Devil might be. Deep within the Pine Barrens of the 1800's and early 1900's there was not much to do when the farming and chores were complete, except brew and drink moonshine.So between the cranes that were native to the area of the time, the deer in the woods and the circuses that passed through town, what were people seeing that had them convinced that there was a devil in Jersey?

First Ever Photo of Cannock Chase Black Eyed Kiddo? You Tell Me

Black Eyed Kid Captured by Christine Hamlett
A psychic who identifies herself as a "rescue clairvoyant" has recently staked a claim to what she calls the first ever photo of the Cannock Chase Black Eyed Kids. The BEK phenomenon has been reported from the Cannock Chase forests in the UK for long, and now this creepy photo probably serves to substantiate the existence of some really disturbed spirit folks stalking the woodies.

Michael Shermer's Brush with the Anomolous

Last month Michael Shermer wrote an article about an event that challenged his skepticism. If you are unfamiliar with Michael Shermer he is a leader in the modern skeptical movement and is critical of paranormal claims: To put it simply he has not made many friends in the paranormal community. So it was very surprising when a man who many see as an enemy to paranormal research discussed his strange experience.

New Discovery of Vampire Graves Hints at Large Scale Ritual Gravedigging in Bulgaria

Antoine Wiertz's Impression of Man Buried Alive: Public Domain Image
Bulgaria's India Jones Nikolai Ovcharov has recently unearthed a huge discovery while excavating the ruins of Perperikon, an ancient city in southern Bulgaria. The excavation, among other things, contains a collection of 'vampire graves', with at least one with a stake driven through its heart. The graves have been remarkably preserved, and hint at a large-scale anti-vampire ritual.

The Witching Hour: Just Mythology Or Somethin' More?

The Exorcism of Emily Rose: Movie Graphic
There are several interpretations of the time and the definition of The Witching Hour, some say midnight, others say 3 am and still others state between the hours of 9 pm-3 am. The modern meaning of the phrase, The Witching Hour, is midnight and refers to the time of night when witches, devils, ghosts become their most powerful, black magic is the most effective and even colicky babies rise to annoy their slumbering parents.

Reader Submission: Another Reader Shares Her Ouija Board Experience

Ouija Board
An anonymous visitor shares her experiences with an Ouija Board, again. An eerie spiritual curiosity that haunted two generations in her family. From bizarre dreams to eerie visitations. Read on to hear of her bizarre tale.

An Experience With Psychometry?

Wikipedia defines psychometry, also known as token-object reading or psychoscopy, as a form of extra-sensory perception characterized by the claimed ability to make relevant associations from an object of unknown history by making physical contact with that object. Supporters assert that an object may have an energy field that transfers knowledge regarding that object's history.