Posted by admin on May 24th, 2013
Forget all the mumbo-jumbo about garlic, candles and exorcists reading Biblical passages. You want to get rid of a ghost and not a demon. Ghosts are different from demons and donâ€™t take as much work for removal. Here is what must be done if you find your home is haunted.
Call the Old Owner
Many ghosts follow specific people around wherever they go. The ghost you found may belong to the person you bought the house from. The ghost might be a favorite aunt or cat. Call the previous owner, and tell him that he left something behind. When the old owner drops in, show him an old butter knife or a trinket. This is part of the ruse. When he insists that the object isnâ€™t his, thatâ€™s fine. The ghost and the former owner have been reunited, and the ghost will follow him home.
Rearrange the Furniture and Paint the Walls
Ghosts like familiar surroundings. By moving the furniture around and painting the walls different colors, you break supernatural bonds. The ghost will feel confused and leave.
Open the Door
Open the door, and tell the ghost to leave. Be firm and demanding. Tell the ghost that he doesnâ€™t belong here. Ghosts donâ€™t hang around people who have no interest in them.
Posted by admin on May 20th, 2013
Savannah, Georgia is considered "America's Most Haunted City" according to the American Institute of Parapsychology. To believers, it is no surprise that Savannah is the most haunted city. Homes, businesses, and roads sit on top of burial grounds of slaves, Native Americans, and colonists. Savannah has seen hurricanes, fires, battles, and yellow fever. Souls that were lost to these tragic events wander the city.
The Pirates House Restaurant is home to the souls of sailors that were sold into slavery on pirates ships. Sailors were smuggled out of the building by underground tunnels.
A bar known as the Moon River Brewing Company is housed in a 187 year old structure. A variety of spirits are here but no one can pinpoint just why the spirits chose this building.
Room 132 at The Eliza Thompson house is haunted by laughing children. The Eliza Thompson House is now a hotel. Almost everyone who stays in that room hears the laughter.
The 17Hundred90 Inn is haunted by Anna Powers who lived in the house during the 1800s. Her affair with a sailor did not go well and she threw herself out of a window. Her sad spirit haunts room 204.
Savannah is host to many other haunted buildings and cemeteries.
Posted by admin on May 18th, 2013
There are numerous spots around the world that are notoriously haunted, so your choices when looking for ghost tours are extremely plentiful. In fact, when discussing the world's best haunted ghost tours, it is next to impossible to pick just a few. However, in this post we will discuss some of the top ghost tour locations worldwide for those of you who love a good scare.
Gettysburg, Pennsylvania is said to be one of the most haunted places in the United States. Sightings of soldiers marching through the old civil war battlefields are said to be plentiful and highly haunting. In Sleepy Hollow, New York, cemetary tours and haunted hayrides haunt hundreds of visitors year-round and, if you're lucky, you may even spot the famous Headless Horseman. Let's not leave out the famously haunted French Quarter in New Orleans, where you can take tours that roam the narrow streets and get a glimpse into a history of disease, disaster, violence, ghosts, and vampires.
A bit north of the United States you will find a very haunted Old Montreal, where ghosts are said to haunt the streets of the town and the wharves of the Old Port. Edinburgh, Scotland is another scary location where you can take moonlight graveyard tours and hear tales of witchcraft, torture, plague, and the infamous body snatchers. The last of our favorite haunted locations is none other than the city of London, where you will have plenty of choices of tours on which to experience London's dark history.
Posted by admin on May 15th, 2013
Many people are not very knowledgeable on what to do first if a home is haunted. There have been various cases of paranormal activity in a home. Some are not very disturbed by it, while others may be living in fear. Numerous theories have been expressed on what to do if a home is haunted. Whether the theory is religious, or to have psychological empowerment by not showing any fear to the paranormal presence, every instance is different. The first step is to determine whether or not the house is truly haunted. Video or tape recordings of sound and movement can be accomplished, or by using an infrared camera.Is this new to you? Catch up here
The infrared cameras may be able to provide snapshots of a supernatural appearance. Playback of the recording may be conducted if there is any weird voicing or movement other than the occupants of the home. Once those steps have been completed, there are various options that the residence may consider. In some cases, home owners would possibly look into blessing the home, call clergy to pray over the home due to strong Godly belief. In other occurrences, it is not considered bad to move out, however the landlord should be notified.
Posted by admin on May 12th, 2013
According to the Travel Channel, here are a few of America's most haunted attractions.
Moundsville Penitentiary in Moundsville, WV is haunted by former prisoners. Prisoners that were hung, electrocuted, or murdered by other prisoners are seen and heard on tours.
The Trans-Allegheny Lunatic Asylum in Weston, West VA was in business from 1864 to 1994. Hundreds of patients died here. Some of these spirits haunt the grounds and the buildings.
Almost unbelievably horrible events occurred in the Villisca Axe Murder House in Villisca, IA. Back on June 10, 1912, the Moore family consisting of a husband, wife, four children, and two guests were murdered.I was looking for more information and found it here
. No one was ever convicted. A vision of a man with an ax and the sounds of children crying haunt this home.
The Sultan's Palace in New Orleans, LA was rented to a man from Turkey in the 1830s. He lived there with multiple wives, a harem, children, and slaves. He held loud parties and smoked incense. He is suspected of torturing those in his household. One night someone came in and murdered everyone in the house. The Sultan was buried alive in the yard. People can still hear music and smell incense coming from the house.