With a week ending with a Friday the 13th, you’d hope it’d be a good paranormal news week, right?
It was. It definitely did not disappoint.
I’ve compiled some really great haunted headlines from around the Web for you. Enjoy!
Friday, April 6, 2018
Friday the 13th, a perfect day for a ghost tour of Princess Anne – Source: Delmarva Daily Times
Said to be the scariest ghost walk, you’ll hear some of the area’s most disturbing tales as you walk through places like St. Andrew’s Graveyard and visit the Grey Eagle (the old Somerset County jail.)
Leffingwell House Museum to display photographs – Source: Norwich Bulletin
A gallery titled “Ghostly Photographs,” featuring photos from paranormal photographer Julie Griffin, will be on display from 2 to 4 p.m. April 22 at the Leffingwell House Museum, 348 Washington St., Norwich.
Saturday, April 7, 2018
Chloe, 19, along with her partner Charlie and friends Tyler, Mya, Cody and Sam, visited Berry Pomeroy Castle in the early hours of Saturday morning after being intrigued by the general scare factor of the castle….
She says the white figures represent two horses and a rider.
The castle is reported to be one of the most haunted buildings in the UK.
Sunday, April 8, 2018
‘What I went through was real!’ What really happened with the Enfield Poltergeist – Source: Express.co.uk
Back in the 1970s, the nation was stunned when the terrified residents of a suburban semi experienced the full force of a poltergeist. Danny Buckland reports on the baffling events…
Stateroom B340 has had paranormal activity for years.
For the first time in 30 years, visitors can book what is considered to be the ‘most haunted’ room on the Queen Mary, an iconic 1936 ocean liner that is moored about 26-miles from downtown Los Angeles.
Monday, April 9, 2018
Speculation ramps up after Drayton Cemetery ‘ghost sighting’ – Source: Toowoomba Chronicle
SPECULATION is building online after another potential ghost sighting at the Drayton Cemetery.
A slew of paranormal activity has been reported at the site down the years, with Victorian-style attire wearing women and a lady in a red dressspotted haunting the cemetery by members of the public in recent times.
The latest sighting, posted by Toowoomba Ghost Chasers on Facebook, shows what many think is a woman carrying a baby.
Which is scarier – human evil or supernatural evil? – Source: Den of Geek!
Quest Red detects paranormal activity – Source: C21Media
Discovery’s free-to-air factual entertainment channel Quest Red in the UK has acquired an unscripted paranormal show focusing on medical institutions from Kew Media Group (KMG).
Haunted Hospitals (13×60’), which focuses on supernatural activity inside hospitals, nursing homes, morgues and mental institutions, is produced by KMG-backed Canadian prodco Bristow Global Media (BGM) for Blue Ant Media’s Canadian channel T+E.
Midwest Parafest packs Toledo Yacht Club – Source: Southgate News-Herald
Southgate residents Heather Hansen and Chad Dye were among the group that planned the first-ever Midwest Parafest in Toledo on April 7.
The group, Erie Shores Paranormal, hosted the one-day paranormal convention at the Toledo Yacht Club, 3900 Summit St. It drew several hundred paranormal fans to talk to celebrities, enjoy panel discussions and more.
‘Unsolved Mysteries’ Ghost Stories That Still Keep us Reaching for the Night Light -Source: PopCulture.com
Iconic series Unsolved Mysteries has been captivating audiences ever since it first aired in 1987, and continues to fascinate viewers even after it aired its final episode in 2002. The spooky TV drama, which was originally hosted by Robert Stack and later hosted by Dennis Farina, featured re-enactments and interviews to retell mysteries that remain unsolved. While the series featured crimes, tales of loved lost, and unexplained history, it is the unexplained paranormal events featured on the show that still has many people shaking in the boots and checking under their bed before they go to sleep.
A group of teenagers believe they spotted the ghost of two horses at one of Britain’s most haunted sites.
The friends were visiting Berry Pomeroy Castle, in south Devon, when they captured the spooky image.
Kew Media Group Lands Presales for Haunted Hospitals – Source: World Screen
Kew Media Group has presold the paranormal series Haunted Hospitals, which comes from Julie Bristow’s Bristow Global Media (BGM), to Discovery’s Quest Red in the U.K. and Ireland.
The 13×1-hour series is produced by BGM and commissioned by Blue Ant Media for its T+E channel in Canada. Quest Red will bring the show—which tells stories of supernatural activity inside hospitals, nursing homes, morgues and mental institutions—to British and Irish audiences on the free-to-air entertainment channel later this year.
Haunted Ghost Tours shows tourists spirit of Baton Rouge – The Daily Reveille
Contrary to popular belief, haunted ghost tours are not just for Halloween. Susan and Scott Miles, co-owners of Red Stick Adventure Tours, offer year-round ghost tours through some of the most historically haunted sights Baton Rouge has to offer.
The tours run weekly Monday through Saturday from 7 p.m. to 9 p.m. Tour guests will hear the urban legends and ghost stories of the area as they ride and walk through the city’s most macabre destinations.
Tuesday, April 10, 2018
‘Exorcising’ an abandoned mental hospital – Source: The Korea Times
The abandoned mental hospital in the movie “Gonjiam: Haunted Asylum” is a real place, but the risks of visiting it are underreported. The threat isn’t ghosts, but the living ? police, neighbors, even ourselves.
Woburn Rec. to host paranormal workshop – Source: Wicked Local
“Spirits, Specters and Shadows,” a workshop that explores all things paranormal, returns this April through the city of Woburn Recreation Dept. Adult Education Program.
Join Jude Bradley, author of “Magic’s in the Bag,” as she covers the mysteries of “the other side.”
There might be six months left before Halloween, but Friday the 13th is right around the corner.
And that’s just as good, right?
Maybe not, but here are five things to do Friday that should hold you over until October.
The video shows the team – known as Paranormal Expeditions – conducting an investigation at a brewery.
The beer production is located in an old church that dates back to 1930, which is said to be haunted by an apparition named Jack.
The clip shows the team trying to contact the paranormal.
After several calls something flies across the screen.
A small white figure can be observed, with a slower version of the video providing more clarity.
Wednesday, April 11, 2018
Experience “Haunted” Hermann on a ghost trolley ride featuring Dan Terry author of several books about local paranormal activities, including “Hermann Shadows: the Heart of Wine Country.”
People may choose either Sunday, April 15, or Sunday, April 29, at 6:30 p.m. for the tour which begins at the 1837 Wine Bar at Hermann Crown Suites, 403 S. Market St., Hermann.
‘Ghost’ sighting inspires new spooky beer from Atwater Brewery – Source: Detroit Metro Times
Atwater Brewery and Detroit Paranormal Expeditions are teaming up for the creation of Detroit’s first paranormal-themed beer, “Hello From The Other Side,” set to premiere Friday, April 13 at Atwater in the Park in Grosse Pointe Park.
Dispelling myths about exorcism at Mystical Journeys – Source: RiverBender.com
After hosting a successful psychic fair last weekend, Mystical Journeys in Alton is looking to educate people on something portrayed in a rather extreme light in popular culture – exorcism.
On Saturday, April 21, 2018, Marianne Frost, a co-owner of the shop, said Heather Choppin of St. Louis will be coming for a $25 class on exorcism.
Thursday, April 12, 2018
Roz Morris was one of the first reporters to look into the case of the Enfield Poltergeist and – 40 years later – she’s still baffled by it.
Some residents living in Pluckley near Ashford say that the village is home to spirits, ghouls and ghosts. The village is said to be haunted by around 12 different spirits, and has been the subject of many paranormal investigations. But is the fact stranger than the fiction many works have been based off?
There are spine-tingling ghost stories in every state, so with Friday the 13th looming, we at 24/7 Wall St. are taking this opportunity to tell those stories. We drew on information from websites of places that people claim are inhabited by spirits, other resource materials, and media reports to find the creepiest haunted house in every state.
It’s Friday the 13th, and you know what that means; time to bring out the stories of haunted houses and creepy curses. But beyond those stories, lie places where these things, even in Malta, are still very real.
Some people in this country prey on others’ wishes for revenge to get something they want out of them. In most cases, this want is usually a financial one. In Malta, we can see a couple of instances of this happening.
There’s a local shop (which was previously an online presence) supplying people with what you might need to place a mag?mul on someone, and a local person which even provides this service for a very, very hefty price.
Provo’s got some spooky fun things going on. On your next date night, night out with friends or even family fun night, sign up for a Pedal Provo Ghost Tour.
John Cleese came to Charlottesville this week not to reprise famous roles with Monty Python, but to introduce paranormal research being conducted at the University of Virginia.
Friday, April 13, 2018
G Adventures has chosen Friday 13th to launch its new Hallowe’en trips to Transylvania, including a party at Dracula’s Castle.
The adventure travel specialist is offering a three-day and seven-day option, both including the fancy dress party for 1,000 guests.
This week’s Supernatural Staffordshire from DAMON SIMMS looks at reports of a ghostly woman seen at Queen’s Park in Longton.