A Haunting In Smackover


by tony harrington THE HISTORY OF SMACKOVER Smackover, Arkansas is located 120 miles south of Little Rock. In the mid 1700s, French trappers originally settled the area and named it Sumac Courvert, which translates to "covered in sumac". It wasn't until the arrival of early land grant settlers in 1833 that the name took on … Continue reading A Haunting In Smackover

A Haunted Heritage:The Crozier-Sickles House of Frisco, Texas


by TONY HARRINGTON Nestled amongst the backdrop of Frisco's bustling Rail District; a historic area of old downtown currently under massive revitalization, is the Frisco Heritage Center. A living museum dedicated to preserving the town's rich and diverse cultural history. The Crozier-Sickle House at the Frisco Heritage Center The Heritage Center is comprised of twelve … Continue reading A Haunted Heritage:The Crozier-Sickles House of Frisco, Texas

From the Corner of Your Eye-The Peripheral Ghost Phenomenon


by Tony Harrington Photo by Elina Krima from Pexels There is a rare phenomenon that gets little attention in the world of hauntings, but more and more people are coming forward with their experiences and adding to a growing collective of stories surrounding seeing ghosts from the corner of your eye.Right off the bat, the idea seems ripe … Continue reading From the Corner of Your Eye-The Peripheral Ghost Phenomenon

Has the Paranormal Bubble Finally Burst?


As of today, the number of cases organizations are getting has dwindled considerably, often weeks or months separate inquiries and actually landing an investigation has become burdensome. So what caused the sudden decline in paranormal popularity?

That Haunting Sound


by Tony Harrington Being a skeptical paranormal investigator is a burden. In every larger organization there is bound to be a large subset of individuals who want to believe so deeply in the fact that the place they are investigating is haunted that they will overlook logical explanations in favor of accepting any noise or … Continue reading That Haunting Sound

So Long and Farewell: The Final Goodbye


by Tony Harrington I remember the last time I spoke with my Grandfather. It was the early part of 1984 around one O’clock in the morning. I was eight years old and he came into my room and sat on the edge of my bed. He always called me Nino, explaining that it was the … Continue reading So Long and Farewell: The Final Goodbye

Divine Intervention: Using Divining Rods to Communicate with the Dead


By Tony Harrington As with most paranormal tech, divining rods, commonly known as dowsing rods, have their beginnings outside the realm of paranormal investigations. Prior to being adapted and implemented by ghost hunters within their investigations, dowsing rods were simply a means by which individuals once searched for elements buried within the ground. These elements … Continue reading Divine Intervention: Using Divining Rods to Communicate with the Dead

CHRISTMAS PRESENCE


by Tony Harrington Dundalk is a historical unincorporated community situated along Maryland’s Bear Creek peninsula. The community was officially Founded in 1664 as Patapsco Neck when a British ship owner and captain Thomas Todd from Alexandria, Virginia purchased a tract of land there and built the first house which became known as Todd’s Inheritance. The … Continue reading CHRISTMAS PRESENCE

I Feel You: The Empath Phenomenon


by Tony Harrington Empathy: (n) The ability to understand and share the feelings of another Empath: (n) An individual able to assume the feelings of other individuals through a psychic link Traversing the world of psychic phenomenon is confusing, laborious, and often wrought with speculation and “what-if” scenarios. Those who do not believe that it … Continue reading I Feel You: The Empath Phenomenon

Historical Haunts: The USS Constellation “Baltimore’s Haunted Warship”


by Tony Harrington Permanently docked in Baltimore’s “Inner Harbor” at the famous Pier 1, the USS Constellation stands regally amidst a booming tourist destination. She has been returned to her former splendor thanks in part to a restoration effort that spanned over three years, an effort that replaced nearly every square inch of the ships … Continue reading Historical Haunts: The USS Constellation “Baltimore’s Haunted Warship”