Watch the 1977 video of Philip K. Dick telling the world he genuinely believes we live in a computer program.
The quest to capture ghosts on film dates back to somewhere around the mid-1800s. Spirit photography, with its strange ectoplasm, seems to provide possible evidence of an unseen world.
If you are very careful to know your equipment and conduct your sessions, the ultimate step of a paranormal investigation is analysis. Many 'hunters' listen back to recordings on site; while this can be useful in directing a session, be sure to go back and analyze later anyway.
Resident paranormal "expert" Banshee breaks down the myths and facts behind recording EVP sessions and capturing paranormal activity with audio equipment.
Enter La Noria Cemetery and Bachelors Grove Cemetery....or, better yet, just read about them here, because they're two of the most horrifying graveyards on Earth.
The Ghost Diaries explores three sexual fetishes--love of ghosts, love of aliens, and love of robots--and relates some of the more bizarre stories from over the years.
Forget haunted houses and suburban graveyards–if you want true terror you’ve got to mine deep into the unknown, into the wilderness at the edges of our world.
The Japanese call it pok-kuri. Filipinos call it bangungot or batibat. For the Hmong people of Vietnam and Laos, it is the tsob tsuang. Taiwanese men, some of whom wear lipstick to bed in order to deceive nocturnal ghosts, claim it is the phi am or ‘widow ghost’, a malevolent spirit who, much like Freddy Krueger, steals away the souls of young men in their sleep. All these names refer to the same thing: Nightmare Death Syndrome.