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My Paranormal Bucket List - Hotel Boulderado

One thing is for certain….sometimes guests check in, but they never check out.

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The Paranormal Spectrum of Belief

Where do YOU fall on the spectrum of belief?

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My Paranormal Bucket List - Bardi Castle

The beauty of Northern Italy, a breathtaking medieval castle, a tale of tragic love, and a broken-hearted soldier’s ghost…..oh, what a trip this would be.

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My Paranormal Bucket List - Alcatraz

Take the country’s most horrific and dangerous criminals, and put them together in one place. Add mental illness, violence, and death, and you have the perfect formula for residual, and maybe even intelligent, hauntings.

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My Paranormal Bucket List - El Museo de las Momias

Rumors of being buried alive. Painful, struggling deaths. Bodies exhumed from their graves – their final resting places – and displayed for all to see. Are these spirits truly at rest? Or are they still wandering those museum halls, searching for the eternal peace they have not yet found?

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What Is Real?

We, as paranormal investigators, search high and low, in the dark, in the cold, trying to capture evidence of the unexplained. But what if some of the dead are far more visible than we ever imagined?

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Cemetery Musings: Coins

Have you ever noticed, when walking through a cemetery, that people often leave tokens on the headstones of their loved ones? The items vary and include photos, letters, toys, trinkets, statues, stones and coins. After a little research I found a reason, besides personal ones, for one of the items…coins.

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My Paranormal Bucket List - The White House

No wonder President Harry S. Truman noted in a 1946 diary entry, “Damn place is haunted sure as shootin’.” Well said, Mr. Truman, well said.

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Written in Stone: Meet the Carvers – Noah Pratt, Jr.

Noah Pratt, Jr. was a third generation carver from Massachusetts. He followed in the footsteps of his grandfather and father along with two of his brothers and then passed the craft down to one of his sons. This generation of carvers was part of the shift from winged skulls and/or faces to other styles that happened in the late 1700’s. They were among the first to use realistic faces and figures.

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The New Investigator

You may have thought about what it would be like to go on a paranormal investigation and not just a historic tour or a theatrical production. Well you can and I am going to tell you how to do it and what you will need.

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