What happens with paranormal blogs during the offseason (anytime in the winter months after Halloween?). You are forced to blog about things you may not have blogged about back in, say, September.
I just happened to find this police log out of Montana which contains a rather interesting entry for December 18:
5:59 a.m. Someone on Solberg Drive heard an individual crunching in the snow outside their house, as if they were running away. Authorities found no footprints in the area.
Oooh! Creepy! I wonder what it actually was. Would a ghost make crunchy, snow-like sounds without leaving an actual mark in the snow? Reminds me of the ol “baby powder on the floor” trick.
And, just for kicks, here’s a few more (not paranormal-related). I’m guessing Montana must be pretty quiet during the winter.
11:13 a.m. A dog bit a horse in Columbia Falls. The reporting party suspects a neighbor’s pooch.
11:42 a.m. Someone on Lore Lake Road was reportedly assaulted by an individual on a snowmobile.
12:11 p.m. A 16-year-old female subject ran away from home with a small dog in tow.
12:31 p.m. Someone on Good Medicine Drive received a strange phone call from an individual claiming to be with the fire department.
5:14 p.m. A Rottweiler chased and killed a deer on Dawson Trail.
5:42 p.m. Someone reports that their teenage daughter received a photo of her face on another individual’s naked body via cell phone.
9:44 p.m. Someone on Mustang Way has apparently been receiving threatening text messages from children.
Ah, small town life. Kids threatening adults via text, and ghosts crunching around in the snow. Is there anything more wholesome?