Rock on! This is the first Haunted Headlines posting on the day I intend to publish them going forth. (I’ve been busy this week cleaning up all the saved stories I wanted to share for Haunted Headlines posts and getting them sorted into their proper weeks. I should be on track now!)
If a day is missing, that means nothing hit my news alerts of any interest for that day. (Just like anything else in life, right? Some days are full, others not so much.)
Stories are also not limited to only the United States. The best paranormal news from around the world that hits my feed is what I share!
Okay, so enough of me ‘splaining. Let’s get to the good stuff.
What kind of paranormal news made headlines March 10-March 16, 2018? Here ya’ go:
Saturday, March 10, 2018
Doll sets ablaze during two hour ‘Most Haunted’ show at Codnor Castle – Source: BlastingNews
Yvette Fielding placed a trigger object by a column, in this instance a doll supposedly cursed. As the programme went on they encountered the usual alleged paranormal activity orbs, knocks, bangs and misty forms on camera.
As the team entered the room where the cursed doll had been placed the doll caught fire. Everyone panicked and managed to put the flaming doll out using their feet. A locked off camera caught the doll bursting into flame all on its own. There appeared to be no logical reason why this would happen and even a fireman from the Cheshire Fire Service said it was odd. There was no device on the doll according to the fireman that would cause the doll to set on fire. So are we to conclude this bizarre incident was genuine? Apparently even the Most Haunted team were shaken by this.
Netflix’s latest horror movie Veronica is being touted as one of the scariest films of the year – and it gets even scarier when you realise it’s based on a true story.
Sunday, March 11, 2018
The eight Birmingham pubs said to be haunted by ghostly spirits – Source: BirminghamLive
From a murdered landlord to an unruly poltergeist called Harry, Birmingham’s pubs have a chilling history
Monday, March 12, 2018
Walker photographs ‘ghost dog’ in grounds of Yorkshire castle – Source: Yorkshire Evening Post
A visitor to Sandal Castle has captured an image of what she believes is a dog-like mythical beast in its grounds.
Scaring Up Visitors at Crescent Hotel – Source: Arkansas Business
The hotel’s haunted history wasn’t embraced by management until Marty and Elisa Roenigk bought the four-story building for $1.3 million in 1997. The Roenigks were told that ghost sightings and paranormal phenomena had been kept secret, but they decided to open up the windows and air out the draperies.
As reported by BuzzFeed, Alabama resident Ryan Dalton, 37, was hanging with his two-year-old daughter Maya recently in the home they share with Dalton’s wife and Maya’s mom, Raniece. Maya was eating an open-faced peanut butter sandwich, as one does, and since everything a toddler does is adorable — particularly, in fact, sandwich-eating — Dalton decided to film her. Everything was going hunky dory until something to Maya’s right caught her eye. She suddenly stopped, her sweet little toddler smile fell, and she tried to scuttle to the side in her chair. “Spooky,” Maya said, pointing to nothing. “That’s spooky.”
Tuesday March 13, 2018
‘Demonic attack’ caught on camera as ‘ghost AMBUSHES’ taxi – Source: Daily Star
In the dashcam footage, a red car can be seen travelling down a road.
Hotel owner envisions haunted possibilities – Source: Peoria Times
Surrounded by a 6-foot-high cyclone fence, strewn with weeds and debris, the structure has clearly seen better days. If it were subject to Halbert’s typical “fix and flip,” it could be a long time undergoing demolition and renovation.
But that is not what Halbert and his associates have in mind. They envision it as an ultimate vacation rental, “something where people will want to go,” Halbert said, indicating he would like to see the hotel turned into a murder mystery mansion, or an Airbnb.
Haunted History Tours: The curious to converge at Anchorage – Source: The Marietta Times
Hidden Marietta will offer Haunted History tours of The Anchorage Friday at 6 and 8 p.m., with dates to continue though the fall. Tickets and information are available at hiddenmarietta.com. Wielitza said tours are also available by appointment.