Monkey on the Loose in Massachusetts

Monkey on the Loose in Massachusetts

I’ve always been fascinated by out of place animal stories. There’s just something so subtly unsettling about them. Because ultimately, they can’t all just be escaped circus animals or exotic pets. When I was 5 years old, there was a report of a baby elephant seen in my neighborhood of Bay Ridge, Brooklyn. Nothing ever […]

Ghost hunting in the Adirondacks

Ghost Hunting in the Adirondacks

“His thought turned to the Ring, but there was no comfort there, only dread and danger.” – Me, thinking about breaking some bad news to my wife (from J.R.R. Tolkien, of course) I have been a camper for as long as I can remember. I think the earliest photos of my parents taking me camping […]

Beware of the Black-Eyed Kids

It’s late at night, you’re watching a movie, and someone knocks at your door. What in the world? It’s almost midnight! You drag yourself out of your comfy couch to meet two little kids at your front door. “We are lost,” One of the kids say. “Can we come in to use your phone?” Of […]

The Creepy Legend Behind La Llorona

A movie theater gave its young audience the fright of their lives after viewing The Curse of La Llorona by accident. The Guzzo Marché Central theater in Montréal showed young moviegoers The Curse of La Llorona instead of the highly anticipated Detective Pikachu. Before the movie started, parents and kids were exposed to the Joker […]

Red Dead Redemption 2 Paranormal

Red Dead Redemption 2: More Paranormal Fun

I’ve been neglecting this blog for a little while now, and I’m sorry. But it’s all because of Red Dead Redemption 2. Yes, it’s that good of a game. Even if you don’t like Westerns, or cowboys, you need to play this game if you’re a video game fan. I mainly stick to space and […]

Halloween Watchlist: Personal Favorites

Halloween Watchlist – Personal Favorites

For my final Halloween Watchlist, I decided to recommend a few of my personal favorites for Halloween viewing. Everything I’ve mentioned in my previous lists are highly recommended, but for me, the following list are films I must watch every year, as per my own tradition. They are just movies that I love, and that […]

Real Scary Halloween Movies

Halloween Watchlist – Real Scary

Welcome to Part Three of my Halloween Watchlist. In Part One, I recommended some horror movies that would make you laugh. Part Two was a collection from my favorite horror genre, found footage movies. Those films may be scary because of their realism, but nothing is more terrifying than real-life stories of the supernatural, paranormal, […]

Amityville Horror House

An Amityville Horror Connection

Connecting With Cousins Any good paranormal investigator will tell you that historical research is one of the most important tools in their arsenal. Ghost hunters use it learn about the locations they are investigating, and why a certain spot may have paranormal activity. Murders, suicides, and other tragedies such as horrific conditions at medical facilities […]

Brooklyn Hyena and Out of Place Animals

The phenomenon of out of place animals is an interesting sub-genre of cryptozoology and Forteana, but not one that I am usually drawn to, with few exceptions. I think it’s safe to say that creatures like Bigfoot, Mothman, the Jersey Devil, the Loch Ness monster, and the Dover Demon are far more intriguing than a […]

Ted Bundy haunted house

Are Ghosts Haunting Ted Bundy’s Childhood Home?

In addition to being a paranormal investigator, I’m also an armchair expert on serial killers. Jack the Ripper is the one I’m most fascinated by, but I’ve also extensively studied Jeffrey Dahmer, David Berkowitz, John Wayne Gacy, the Zodiac, and of course, Ted Bundy. I have some thoughts on this news, as you may have […]