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?

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

Ghost Mania – Rising Prevalence in the 21st Century (and the many faces of the dearly departed)


Guest Post by HalloweenCostumes.com In June 2005, a Gallup poll showed that 37% of Americans believed in haunted houses.[1] Another 16% weren’t sure and 46% of respondents did not believe. When asked if “spirits of dead people can come back in certain places and situations,” the breakdown of respondents was similar (32%; 19% and 48%, … Continue reading Ghost Mania – Rising Prevalence in the 21st Century (and the many faces of the dearly departed)

Defying Explanation (And a Chance to Win a Prize)


We here at the Spirit Seekers consider ourselves open-minded. Of course we would have to be to do what we do, running into buildings and homes that are allegedly filled with ghosts, spirits, entities and who knows what. For the most part we typically do a good job at debunking claims, a majority of hauntings … Continue reading Defying Explanation (And a Chance to Win a Prize)