Wednesday, June 30, 2010

Another Report From A Ghost To A Celeterity!

Srrms to be happening a lot these days.Tori Spelling through john Edwards had a message,
"A year after Farrah Fawcett died, her old neighbor Tori Spelling is promoting a new book and claiming to have talked to the seventies sex symbol's ghost. Not that the two have anything to do with each other.

Spelling told Out magazine that Farrah, with some prodding from TV spirit medium John Edward, opened up from the Great Beyond to her.

"It was pretty surreal," Spelling says. "We were neighbors for years. She basically wanted me to give a message to [Fawcett's son] Redmond and to her family and she was doing these very specific call-outs for things that they would understand."

Edward is so good at conversing with the dead that he did his part over the phone.

"He offered to do a reading with me and I was hoping I would talk to my dad. I'd lost a best friend a long time ago and I was hoping he would come through. And then, all of a sudden, [he said] Farrah Fawcett's coming through," Spelling says.

Now, cynics may wonder if all of this supernatural chatting has anything to do with Spelling's ongoing promotional blitz for "Uncharted TerriTORI." But Spelling said Edward, who regularly matches up guests and ghosts on his television show "Crossing Over," makes it legit.

"If it had been some psychic that I'd walked in off the street for five bucks it would have been different," she said. "But it came through John Edward. He's a medium, so he channels people. I've been to regular psychics that turn over cards, tarot cards, and sort of read your future, that type of thing. But, with him, literally people just come to him and say things that they want the person to hear."

Spelling took the information straight to Ryan O'Neal, who recently told the "Today" show he still feels Farrah's presence in the Hollywood home the shared.

"I've actually written a letter to [her partner and actor] Ryan O'Neal and explained to him in the letter everything that happened. I said, if none of this makes sense, please don't think I'm crazy, this literally happened. I'm just passing on information but it was pretty bizarre at the time."

Tori Spelling: Farrah's Ghost Talked to Me:

Monday, June 28, 2010

Environmental Disasters

I did not hear this but sounds interesting.A Coast To Coast AM program recently.
"Filling in for George Noory, Art Bell welcomed Pres. of the Natl. Wildlife Federation, Larry Schweiger, who discussed the impact of the Gulf oil disaster as well as other pending environmental issues which threaten the planet.

Having made a number of visits to the Gulf since the disaster started, Schweiger detailed his first-hand observations of the situation. Recounting one boat trip into the affected area, he described the experience as "very, very eerie." Schweiger noted that a blanket of raw, untreated oil coated the water, making it "black as night" and dampened the waves. He recalled that there were no birds in the area and that the oil was so thick that no fish were visible below because "you couldn't even see half an inch into the water." Schweiger also said that, on a different trip into the waters, the dispersing chemicals being used by BP were so strong that they took the color out of the shirt he was wearing.

In looking at how to solve the crisis, he was critical of the use of chemical dispersements on the oil, pointing out that the chemical used by BP is "more toxic than the oil itself." Particularly problematic, Schweiger said, was that these dispersements are allowing the oil to go underwater, slip under the protective barriers, and enter the marshes, which could have longstanding negative environmental effects. On how to stop the flow of oil, he dismissed the idea of using a nuclear weapon or other explosives to implode the well, because such a method is too unproven and potentially dangerous. While he described the concept of creating relief wells to intercept the oil as the "greatest hope that we have," he chillingly warned that the "chances of that working are not great."

2Beyond the Gulf oil disaster, Schweiger talked about how the ongoing addition of tons of carbon dioxide into the atmosphere is creating a dramatic increase in temperature which could have "profound impacts on important ecological systems." So dire is the situation, he said, that scientists estimate that "we're headed to lose 30 to 39% of the species on our planet, if we don't change our behavior." To elucidate the effect of Earth's rising temperature, he discussed the tremendous amount of ice that is melting in Greenland and revealed it has resulted in the formation of two new Nile-size rivers that are flowing into the ocean. Musing that "what happens in Greenland will not stay in Greenland," he explained that raising the sea level by merely one meter would result in the displacement of about 100 million people.

Friday, June 25, 2010

Psychic Judge?

You may remember the judge who gained some fame during the Anna Nicolle Smith proceedings following her death. It seems he has written a book and presently proclaims that she was murdered.He said on Inside Edition,"She comes to me..."
This recent article gives new thought to that...
"'Judge Larry' to consult with the paranormal on 'Psychic Court'
Retired Broward judge announces plans for new TV show on same day of book release
June 21, 2010|By Tonya Alanez, Sun Sentinel

"Judge Larry" may have landed his long-awaited TV show. "Psychic Court" will take litigants and viewers into the world of the paranormal.

After gaining national notoriety for his emotional and at times tearful handling of the 2007 televised court battle over Anna Nicole Smith's remains, Larry Seidlin was rumored to be a contender for his own courtroom TV show.

No networks have yet bitten, but the now-retired Broward Circuit judge has shot a pilot for "Psychic Court," which is being marketed for cable or syndication.

On air, the gregarious judge will consult with mediums, astrologists, tarot card readers and faith-based sensitives to decide family court, divorce court and small claims disputes, according to PR Newswire.

"Psychics, clairvoyants and the telepathic are much like judges in that they possess tremendous intuition," Seidlin, 60, said in a news release Monday. "I often rely on my intuition to determine who's being truthful and who's lying, and in 'Psychic Court' I'll benefit from the assistance of those who are experienced in the paranormal. It's going to be amazing."

Wednesday, June 23, 2010

Big Foot In My Country?

I found this yesterday.It was to also be discussed on Coast to Coast AM last night but I missed it!
"BURKE COUNTY, N.C. -- A team of researchers affiliated with legendary ‘Bigfoot Hunter’ Tom Biscardi traveled from Alabama to Hickory, N.C. Sunday to investigate recent footprint sightings.

“It’s not a fake. You have certain telltale signs,” said Robert Price. He pointed to dermal ridges like a handprint and midtarsal break. He said it's evidence of a foot that bends in the middle, unlike a human’s foot.

Price is in Hickory this weekend with two other Alabama researchers to compare a track found recently in Burke County, to one found in Texas.

“The possibility is definitely there. It's not to be overlooked,” he said.

The large, muddy and mysterious footprint has captured imaginations in the area.

A farmer said he recently stumbled across a larger-than-life footprint near the intersection of Highway 18 and George Hildebran School Road in the southern part of Burke County.

Pork Lowman said he was walking in the woods when he came across the print, which measures 15 by 8 inches.

“It's out here in no-man's land, and that's what really got me,” Lowman said."

THe necklace is from Paranormal Presents at Etsy

Monday, June 21, 2010

The Flying Dog?

This is interesting to Dog lovers...
" A Hungarian dog has been reunited with his owners after being sucked into the sky still in his kennel by the wind from a huge storm.

Agnes Tamas, 57, said she had chained her dog who she has renamed Lucky to the dog house when he was swept away by what she described as the worst storm anyone in her village of Gesztered can remember.

She said: "I saw the roofs of the local houses being ripped off one by one, and I ran into my garden to try and get to the cellar.

"I couldn't believe it when the dog house flew up into the air - complete with my dog cowering inside.

"It was like something out of the wizard of Oz."

Lucky was eventually found 20 miles away after local radio reported an appeal for him to be traced. The dog house and the chain however had vanished.

Kalman Csutor who found Lucky and called the Red Cross said: "He was pretty shaken - I have no idea what happened to the dog house or whether the wind carried him all that way - but when i found him he was 20 miles from home."

Wednesday, June 16, 2010

Was A Ghost Caught On Iapr?

It made the news in our area!
"A possible apparition has been caught on a surveillance tape at the Habitat for Humanity store in Franklin, NC. The store's alarm went off at the time the unexplained shape is seen moving on the video. Brian Irish, who works with Joshua P. Warren, analyzed the footage and has called it one of the best such "ghost" videos ever captured.

Monday, June 14, 2010

Kansas Legend Of " Sinkhole Sam"

Could be America's answer to "Nessie."

Steve Gilliland
Posted Jun 11, 2010 @ 08:44 PM

"Once upon a time near a town known as Inman, in the land of Kansas, a legend was born — a legend that 50 years ago would bring this sleepy little town notoriety for a time. The legend became that of Sink Hole Sam.

Believe it or not, prior to the 1920s, a string of small freshwater lakes stretched across part of central Kansas, coming within a couple miles of the town of Inman. It is reported people from around the state actually came here to fish in those lakes.

Eventually the lakes were drained, leaving Lake Inman, and a few low pockets of water now known as “sinkholes.” Inman Lake remains as the largest natural lake in the state. The largest of the sinkholes took the astonishing name “the big sinkhole.”

Here a legend was born in the form of a large serpent-like creature became Sink Hole Sam. People speculated that Sam had been living in some prehistoric underground cavern that had somehow filled with water from the sinkhole, allowing him to finally venture forth. Evidently no one got close enough to see if the creature should be named Sam or Samantha, but I’ll stay true to the legend and use “him.”

Two Two unidentified Inman men fishing at the sinkhole first reported seeing Sam. Soon after, Inmanites Albert Neufeld and George Regehr also spotted him. Albert sought to save the town by taking pot shots at poor Sam from a nearby bridge (I suspect the bridge was not really all that nearby!) Of course descriptions of the beast varied according to the audience and the time of day, but Sam ended up being a very large snake-like creature, about 15 feet long and the diameter of an automobile tire."

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Thursday, June 10, 2010

Oil Spill Demon?

This interesting photo and comment waas posted on C@C recently.

"Oil Demon?

I see faces in everyday objects, call it vivid imagination - or just plain weird. Watching a live video of the leak I see streams of faces blowing upwards - screaming souls escaping from hell - or just a bored nerd? But I think this image is undeniable - note the teeth, horns and claw hand, and could that spot on the coast be the 'splash' from a tossed object?

Location: The oil spill on June 6, 2010 at 8:32pm EDT, as seen by Synthetic Aperture Radar (SAR) imagery from the Italian Cosmo-SkyMed (COnstellation of small Satellites for Mediterranean basin Observation) satellite. A large region of oil was a few miles offshore of Pensacola, Florida. Image credit: University of Miami for Southeastern Tropical Advanced Remote Sensing, Rosenstiel School of Marine and Atmospheric Science.

--Douglas Hand"

Tuesday, June 8, 2010

Is The Doll, Mandy, Haunted?

The video below is from You tube which has quite a selection about Haunted Dolls.Here from Stephen Wagner's about Paranormal is the story about Mandy.

"Mandy the haunted doll is over 90 yrs old. Her history before she found her way to the Quesnel Museum is a mystery. The museum is located on the Old Cariboo Gold Rush Trail, in British Columbia. The only information I can find about her previous owner/s, is that the woman who donated the old doll to the museum complained that she was frequently woken up at night by the sound of a baby crying. She always found that it was coming from the room where the doll was kept. After the doll was donated the crying stopped.

Obviously, being 90 yrs old, the doll has been through a lot. Her face is cracked, her body ripped and her clothes threadbare and dirty. All this doesn’t help the dolls creepy factor.
Staff and visitor alike tell tales of odd things occurring with the doll. Some include the doll mysteriously facing the wrong direction in her case, others state that her facial expression changed. The staff moved her to a case of her own when they learned that she doesn’t like other dolls and would destroy them.

Since Mandy’s arrival, things around the museum have been mysteriously disappearing. Everything from office supplies and personal items to the staffs lunches from the refrigerator. The lunches are often found in drawers or cupboards. The other items are sometimes found, but often time they are never seen again.

Visitors have reported that her eyes move, like they re following them as they move about the museum. Others have said that they have seen her blink. Often times people who come to take pictures or video of Mandy find that their cameras will not work while trying to film her, but when shooting a different area exhibit the camera works perfectly."

Exhibit Eh! Mandy Doll Segment

Friday, June 4, 2010

Is The Crystal Skull A Fake?

We have heard the awesome tale of the little girl Anna finding the mysterious Crystal Skull while with her father in South america for a dig.In fact, it has developed quite a "following."

A recent article in Archeology deems testing at Smithstonian proved it is not a relic at all, but a money making scheme developed in the 1930.s.What do you think? Could that level of carving been possible at that time?

Here is the article{

The author says in conclusion..."In Danger My Ally, Frederick Mitchell-Hedges warned that the skull was “the embodiment of all evil” and that “several people who have cynically laughed at it have died, others have been stricken and become seriously ill” (1954: p. 240). Clearly, we should not believe everything we read, and, ultimately, we must be brave and tell the truth. The Mitchell-Hedges crystal skull is not ancient; not even very old. It was probably made in Europe in the 20th century, and was not polished for five generations. It is not powerful, not scary and not at all what it purports to be. "