A Most Uncertain Feeling (An extensive breakdown of our recent investigation)


by Tony Harrington A little over two years ago, I attended an investigation of a private residence in Mayflower, Arkansas. Little did I know at the time, that it would yield 2 significant personal experiences that would challenge my skepticism, but ultimately raise more questions than it answered. You can review the archives for "The … Continue reading A Most Uncertain Feeling (An extensive breakdown of our recent investigation)

The Haunted Highways: Ghosts of the Open Road


by Tony Harrington There is something indeterminably creepy about a long, dark, and winding stretch of road in a backwoods town that often sets one's mind racing. For it is on these very roads that most towns boast the presence of a nightly wanderer. The stories are typically similar from town to town. It was a dark and … Continue reading The Haunted Highways: Ghosts of the Open Road

Is It Haunted: The Capital Hotel of Little Rock, AR


by Tony Harrington The Capital Hotel in the heart of Downtown Little Rock, Arkansas has quite a long history. The doors first opened in the early 1870’s and was one of the first buildings in the city to have electricity. The exact year the building opened its doors is a bit of a mystery in … Continue reading Is It Haunted: The Capital Hotel of Little Rock, AR

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

Where There’s A Will: The “Forced Reality” Phenomenon


by Tony Harrington New age mystics have long believed in the ability to warp the world to their benefit by the simple act of meditating on a specific outcome. There are many different names by which the “phenomenon” is known such as “The Law of Attraction, but I will coin a phrase here; I call … Continue reading Where There’s A Will: The “Forced Reality” Phenomenon

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

Of God and Ghost: The Supernatural and the Religious


By Tony Harrington  I cannot attest to the experiences of paranormal groups across the United States, or for any other group here in the Natural State for that matter, but in reflecting upon our history of investigations I have noticed that surprisingly, there is a close tie to hauntings and spirituality.  More importantly, the types … Continue reading Of God and Ghost: The Supernatural and the Religious

Make Some Noise: The Poltergeist Phenomenon


by Tony Harrington Thanks largely in part to Tobe Hooper and Steven Speilberg, when people hear the word "poltergeist" it immediately conjures images of a young blonde girl perched before her television set and proclaiming, "They're here." In actuality, as scary as many found the film, the actual phenomenon is much more terrifying even if less … Continue reading Make Some Noise: The Poltergeist Phenomenon

A Spellbinding Primer on Modern Witchcraft


Tony Harrington In recent weeks I have received numerous requests for pieces on modern "Witchcraft", specifically, Wicca. Unfortunately, religion of any type is out of my area of expertise so I put a line out there asking anyone who may have information on the history of Wicca to respond should they be interested in providing … Continue reading A Spellbinding Primer on Modern Witchcraft

House Rules: Civility and the Blog


by Tony Harrington ci·vil·i·ty /səˈvilitē/ Formal politeness and courtesy in behavior or speech. Polite remarks used in formal conversation. (source: Dictionary.com) A recent comment-battle has unfortunately spurred the writing of this article. Contrary to the opinion of one very angry reader, this entry like all others, has not been copied and pasted from other sources; … Continue reading House Rules: Civility and the Blog