Witches’ brooms, also called Besoms, have a long history in magick. Aside from flying, witches’ brooms are used to signify purification and used to sweep away dirt and negative energies. To cleanse a home of negative energy, start with your broom at the back door, cleaning each room counterclockwise and ending at the back door.Continue reading “How to Make a Witch’s Broom – aka a Besom”
There are many rumors, urban legends, and conspiracies surrounding the construction of the Hoover Dam. Some are classic stories from the community, while others are a bit darker. Some of the stories surrounding the construction of the dam involve the paranormal. Stories about ghosts, spirits, demons and Satan have been shared. Are these stories true?Continue reading “Haunted Hoover Dam: Satan, Demons, and Ghosts…Oh My!”
Once you go on your first paranormal investigation, you may be hooked. However, it is a hobby that can be pretty expensive. Everything from buying equipment to paying for travel expenses can add up very quickly. Those just starting in this field may find the costs overwhelming, and many give up because they feel theyContinue reading “Paranormal Investigating on a Budget”
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Spirits are just like us. For example, when they don’t want to talk, they don’t. Because ghosts do not communicate on-demand, when you go into a location, and you do not get any EVPs (electronic voice phenomenon), it does not mean there are no ghosts there. Instead, it may mean they weren’t in the moodContinue reading “15 Out-of-the-Box Questions to Ask During an EVP Session”
One of the most exciting things when visiting a new location known for paranormal activity is taking a guided ghost tour. Almost every town with paranormal activity or even historically spooky stories offers a guided ghost tour. Candlelight provides many of these tours at night and includes a walking tour of the town’s most hauntedContinue reading “Tips for Taking a Ghost Tour”
For years, I could not figure out why I felt so uncomfortable when going out and being in large crowds. For the longest time, I was told I just had social anxiety. But it turns out I didn’t. When looking over everything – how I feel, how sensitive I am, how I can pick upContinue reading “What It Means to Be an Empath”