Hello all, Aaron the Webguy filling in for Alexie as she is hard at work on the next novel. While you know I love to give you the juicy inside knowledge, I am doing my best to restrain myself this time. Since next week we plan on having a podcast about Sand Trap, the 3rd Haunted Series novel, and you know that I will be bound to spill the beans when I ramble on like I do.
In the meantime, it's time for some more Spooky Links! As always, I cannot comment on what is real or fake. You guys can judge for yourselves what seems legitimate. Some did freak me out a little bit as I was researching for the post, so I can tell you that real or not... best to sit down and relax before viewing. So, Not-Safe-For-Work rules apply, and I recommend headphones for the ones with sound. Let us dive in shall we? Mwhahahaha!
First off, I found a website that is dedicated to collecting stories and media from around the U.S.A. www.ghostsofamerica.com showed up, and on the first page was this:
While I can't say what's in the smoke, I can say that the very existence of www.ghostsofamerica.com spooked me since I saw there were numerous sightings within a thirty-minute drive of our house. A lot of the content here is story-based and I always recommend a bit of skepticism, but if you live in the U.S., why not look up your state and take a peek?
For those feeling brave enough to stay in a supposed haunted hotel, I got just the link for you.
Alexie told me she rather not stay someplace haunted because she would want a good night's sleep.
A haunted bookstore? Sure why not?
They say that seeing is believing, and that brings me to an article I found at Fusion.net that has quite a few GIFs that certainly warrant a second look. For me, I find that the ones with moving objects always freak me out a bit. That might be because of the original Poltergeist movie Alexie let me watch when I was young.
Next up we have a collection from lovetoknow.com with several links to videos that made me sit forward in my chair with interest.
This mystery of the ghostly stain is an interesting read.
The Red Pen got her PhD. in Exeter, England, and I hear she has been to most of these places. She is awfully pale at times... You don't think she's a ghost, right?
And finally, a video that seems to be just a puff of smoke or perhaps something more?
That's all for now, ladies and gentlemen. Thank you for reading, and I hope that some of those links above entertained or just had you look closer to double-check what you were seeing. Alexie and myself will be back next week with the Alexie Aaron Podcast: Sand Trap Discussion, and it should be a fun listen. After all this research, I'll be leaving the lights on for awhile tonight. Have a great day, everyone!