The Most Haunted Haunted House In Utah

When a location is thoroughly haunted, it shouldn’t be surprising in this day and age when that location is used to scare more people than just the ghosts can do. If you like horror movies you may have seen Utah’s mot haunted location. The Cottonwood Paper Mill and possible some of it’s spirits have been seen in such movies like Halloween: Curse Of Michael Myers, Heredity, and Bleep. But what happened in the history of this building to cause all of the paranormal activity that has been reported over the years?  Continue reading The Most Haunted Haunted House In Utah

This House Is Scarier Than Most Horror Movies

Hawaii has many paranormal topics that would take us weeks to get through everything but when I heard about this one house, I couldn’t not talk about it. Honestly the first time I heard about it, I didn’t think it was real. I really thought the TikTok videos I saw of it were made up until I actually started doing research on the subject. At the time it was just fun research but when Hawaii came up as a weekly theme, I knew this topic had to be discussed. Not only was the Kaimuki House the most haunted house in Hawaii but the hauntings were documented in the newspaper and by the police on more than one occasion.  Continue reading This House Is Scarier Than Most Horror Movies

This Week’s Theme: Haunted Horror Film & Paranormal Investigation Festival

This week we are taking a break from my weekly theme of writing about different states’ haunted locations or urban legends to talk about the festival I went to last weekend. Why didn’t I write about it last week? Well, because life happened. After spending the weekend staying up late every night with investigations and watching scary movies, I needed a day or two to recover some of my spoons. While taking those recovery days, we finally got word that Jeremy can check out of his current command at the end of the month! Which means we will FINALLY be moving to San Diego as of November 1st! It’s finally happening!!! Between the plans we have this weekend celebrating Kelsey’s birthday and our friend, Mike, coming into town; and my trip to Salem, Mass. next week with my sister-in-law, Reba, I have very little time to prepare for this move. So I took the rest of the week to start preparing what I can for this move and to figure out how we are going to do this. Now that most of all that is taken care of, I can focus on writing again! Woohoo! Continue reading This Week’s Theme: Haunted Horror Film & Paranormal Investigation Festival

These Movies Are Haunted By Their Curses

Have you ever done something and later regret it? Yeah… I am never doing cursed movies as a theme ever again. Last week I worked really hard to write all the posts for this week, schedule social media posts, and started writing next week’s posts because I will be on vacation. You may have noticed that there was no post on Wednesday. I had a post scheduled, but it has disappeared from Wordpress. I had this post planned for today, but the Poltergiest part disappeared. All the social media planned on Plannerly disappeared. And all the posts for next week I had started writing on Grammarly, and the pictures I had saved for the posts are also gone. One site I could understand. Two makes me think it may have been user error. Three or more just tells me I pissed something off… So if my site crashes this weekend, you know why. I will never cover this topic again. I am posting this because I don’t have time to research another topic while redoing everything for next week.
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The Devil Was At Work And He Didn’t Want That Film Made

The two movies being discussed in today’s post seem to have an extra executive producer that isn’t mentioned in the credits. Both of these movies have been rumored to have had either the Devil himself or one of his demons involved in the film production. The amount of things that went wrong with both movies is part of the proof that people point to when making these claims. Continue reading The Devil Was At Work And He Didn’t Want That Film Made

Meeting A Paranormal Celebrity

While I was checking out, I saw a book by the register. It was one of those local books about the area’s ghosts that most gift shops have. What caught me off guard was that I recognized the face on the cover of the book. It was someone I grew up hearing about from my dad and shows like Unsolved Mysteries. It was Robert the doll. Continue reading Meeting A Paranormal Celebrity

Do The Ghost In This Hotel Continue To Kill?

Often horror movies and television shows call upon the truth to help make their stories seem scarier to the viewers. A few years ago, American Horror Story did a season based on spirits trapped in a hotel. Some doomed to repeat their fates over and over while other spirits caused the deaths the living which added to the amount of spirits staying at the hotel. Continue reading Do The Ghost In This Hotel Continue To Kill?

Ringing Up A Scary Time

I can’t tell you what my first horror film was but I can remember my first Japanese horror movie. The one that launched a life long semi-obsession with them. That movie was the Japanese version of The Ring. My friend, Nicole, let me borrow it for a few days after we had gone to see the American version in theaters with our boyfriends. She promised … Continue reading Ringing Up A Scary Time