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The Ghosts of Montrose Air Station Museum

The Ghosts of Montrose (I am eternally grateful to the Montrose Review Press for permission to publish this article). Lieutenant Desmond L. Arthur Desmond Lucius Arthur was born on 31st March 1884 at O’Briens Bridge, County Clare, Ireland, and was educated at Portora Royal School, Inniskillin. He joined the 5th Battalion Royal Munster Fusiliers (Special Reserve), being gazetted on 27th… Read more →

I Am A Skeptic of Psychic Phenomena BUT Now, I Don’t Know…..

I always thought my story began when I was 26 years old but I realize it started when I was quite a bit younger. But I’ll skip the ghost “stuff” that made me realize that something was going on with me. Growing up, I had “feelings” that one place or another was haunted. I used to see black figures and… Read more →

“Hungry Ghosts” Keep Tourists From Tsunami-Hit Resorts

The existence of ghosts may be debated. But the impact of traditional Asian beliefs on Thailand’s tourism trade since the December 26, 2004, tsunami appears indisputable. Tourism from Europe, Australia, and the United States has rebounded since the disaster. But tourist arrivals from elsewhere in Asia have plummeted since the tsunami and have yet to bounce back. Enlarge Photo Industry… Read more →

The Spectres on Thai Beaches

Ghostly image claimed to be take in Thailand after the tsunami, popped up MSNBC, where it was credited “Courtesy of Twentieth Century Fox.” Almost 10 years ago, on December 26, 2004, an earthquake of magnitude between 9.1 and 9.3 struck in the Indian Ocean. It spawned a tsunami that killed almost a quarter of a million people in fourteen countries. Today, this… Read more →

Hauntings and Natural Disasters

After writing about the ghosts that reportedly haunt Japan’s tsunami-stricken regions, I began wondering about the sites of other natural disasters. For instance, did paranormal reports spike after the devastating tsunami in 2004 or after Hurricane Katrina battered New Orleans in 2005? As it turns out, the answer is yes. Here are four recent natural disasters and the ghost tales… Read more →


The Red Barn Murder was a notorious murder committed in Polstead, Suffolk, England, in 1827. A young woman, Maria Marten, was shot dead by her lover, William Corder. The two had arranged to meet at the Red Barn, a local landmark, before eloping to Ipswich. Maria was never heard from again. Corder fled the scene and, although he sent Marten’s… Read more →

Bhangarh Fort, India

The ruins of Bhangarh Fort in the Rajasthan state in India are known for being the most haunted place in south Asia. According to one of the myths, Bhangarh was cursed by Guru Balu Nath (Baba Balanath), who originally sanctioned the construction but warned that his sacred meditating place lies nearby and should the palace reach the size which would… Read more →

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