Oak Island is cursed, or so they say. Located on the south shore of Nova Scotia, Canada, the island is privately owned by brothers Marty Lagina and Rick Lagina. The Curse of Oak Island - a reality TV series aired on The History Channel - follows the Laginas in their quest to find the hidden… Continue reading Oak Island: Can Places Be Cursed?
“Do you believe?” That's the question that The Black Tapes Podcast asks its listeners with every eerie episode. Hosted by Alex Reagan and produced by Pacific Northwest Stories, the podcast is a serialized docudrama that is told as though it is real. The story begins as a show researching the existence of ghosts.… Continue reading The Black Tapes Podcast: The Right Amount of Weird
I’m short a blog post today, and it’s late, so I’m going to share a piece I found from my college coursework in 2011. It’s about (you guessed it) ghosts, and what may have been the first thing that made me believe. Ghosts truly exist. I've known this since I was a child and saw… Continue reading When Ghosts Exist
I've never had enough room on my bookshelves for all of my books. Never. For as long as I can remember, I've stacked my my books every which way just to fit them all. I'm probably to blame for asking for books every Christmas, but I can't bring myself to downsize my collection… Continue reading The Shelf of Weird: My Love of the Otherworldly
Aside from writing a blog a day for the month of January for the Ultimate Blog Challenge, I am trying to commit to one short story a week. This is the first product of that project. It's tentatively titled, "A Witch's Smart Phone Powers". You can find the prompt here. Adie had been looking forward to… Continue reading A Witch’s Smart Phone Powers