The Mothman Legacy by Small Town Monsterss

The Mothman Legacy – Review

The Mothman Legacy Directed by Seth Breedlove | Small Town Monsters One of the qualities that I really dig about the Small Town Monsters crew and their documentaries (and honestly, there’s a lot to dig) is that they’re not afraid to do things differently. As a compliment, that may sound a bit cliché, and perhaps […]

Bigfoot Hunting in the Adirondacks

Bigfoot Hunting in the Adirondacks, Part 3

“No way.” Josh to me, and me to Josh My buddy Josh and I had been eagerly awaiting to go on our next camping trip. Our last trip, to John Pond, was in very early February (in which I lost my wedding ring, and then returned with my wife a few days later to find […]

The Ghost of South Brooklyn

The Ghost of South Brooklyn

For the past two weeks, my “Throwback Thursdays” of the paranormal have focused on bizarre creatures – the Wildman of Rockaway Beach, and the Coney Island Monster. But this week, I’ll be focusing on a ghost that haunted the intersection of two streets in South Brooklyn, New York, back in 1890. Now before I proceed, […]

Gettysburg Ghosts Run Across Road

Gettysburg Ghosts Caught on Video?

I woke up this morning to see a very interesting story on my news feed. A video is going around apparently showing two ghosts crossing a road in one of my favorite places, Gettysburg, Pennsylvania. The Gettysburg battlefield is the site of the bloodiest and most important battle of the American Civil War, as it […]

Tic Tac UAP

Navy Pilot Claims UFO Committed Act of War

Anyone following UFO news lately has no doubt heard of the “Tic Tac” UFO footage. The incredible footage was first leaked by Tom DeLonge (lead singer/guitaristof Blink-182) and his investigative group back in 2017, and just this year, the videos were confirmed as authentic by the Pentagon. In short, United States Navy pilots filmed an […]

Ghost Hunting in the Adirondacks, Part 2

Ghost Hunting in the Adirondacks, Part 2

Now we knew it wasn’t a needle in a haystack, a small, dark gray ring lost in the middle of the Adirondacks somewhere along the trail. It was right there in camp. My wife looked at me and said, “We are going back for it.” If you read my last post on my most recent […]

Tunguska Event

Tunguska Explosion May Have Been Caused by Iron Asteroid

One of the very first unexplained mysteries to capture my young imagination was the Tunguska Event from 1908. For those not in the know, the Tunguska Event was an enormous explosion that occurred in the remote Siberian wilderness back in 1908. The blast flattened almost 80 million tress, and decimated an area of over 800 […]

The Hat Man: Documented Cases of Pure Evil - Review

The Hat Man: Documented Cases of Pure Evil – Review

The Hat Man: Documented Cases of Pure Evil Directed by Kyle J. Macias Over the past few years, my son and I have forged a little tradition – Friday and Saturday nights are now, invariably, paranormal movie nights. We usually stick to found footage horror movies – we don’t care if they are good or […]

Haunted Houses in the Age of Quarantine

Thanks to COVID-19, we are all adjusting to a new normal. Commutes to work are now as simple as rolling out of bed and turning on our laptops. Children “attend class” via Zoom or other video conferencing applications. Grocery shopping requires masks, gloves, and wiping down food items with disinfecting wipes before putting them on […]

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 […]