One of the first convention I ever attended was at a hotel in Toronto. There I have seen the latest in ghost hunting equipment, talked with several paranormal groups and learn of the newest research. I remember while attending a question and answer session with one of the guest speakers, someone asked what places would likely to be more haunted one could investigate. His answer was not the cemeteries or burial grounds, but areas that seen and experience the worst of human atrocities such as prison and battlefields. The example he gave which is the final installment of the most haunted places on earth series is Fort Gorge in southern Ontario.
April 17, 2015
Back in the mid 90s, one of the first ghost hunting groups I joined wanted to investigate this park that was believed to be the most haunted place in the city. There were stories told for decades of ghosts, moving shadows, strange lights, and other unearthly events occurring. The nights we spent there yielded nothing, but taught the valuable lesson of patience as the paranormal will not be active at your convenience. There are a few locations on the planet where the forces of the supernatural are said to never stop occurring and each night becomes a terror. In the second installment of the most haunted places on earth series, we look into the Ancient Ram Inn.
April 11, 2015
In every city, there is a place that local residents have come to known of. Whether its home, office, abandon building or a park everyone has heard the rumors of it being haunted. The story begins with a murder, suicide or some tragic death then decades later tales circulated of the paranormal activity within the area. Some would believe, while others would scoff but everyone knows of the place. In a three part series, I wish to share the stories of several locations on earth whose haunted history has now become global known by first starting with Poveglia Island.
April 7, 2015
April 4, 2015
In every society and culture from around the world, there is a legend of a supernatural dog known as the hellhound. The creature is described to be a large canine with dark black fur, razor sharp teeth and glowing red eyes along with possessing the ability to appear and vanish in a blink of an eye. In some legends the hellhound is said to be from the underworld guarding graveyards and entry ways to the world of the dead. While in other folklore, these dogs hunted down the souls of the condemned and why many believed that to see or hear one is a bad omen as death would follow. Over the years, I have read many of these tales about hellhounds and there is one I wish to tell which takes place during World War one.