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Bigfoot

In Search of Monsters, Travel Channel Seeks Bigfoot

The reality of classic nightmare creatures living among us has been discussed, debated and in a variety of ways attempted to be proven real by paranormal investigators. The fear of the unknown has sparked different beliefs throughout the years that… Continue Reading →

Fandom and Fun at Hypericon 13

Hypericon returned to Nashville this past weekend for its 13th season. While the overall atmosphere felt a bit more subdued than last year when I covered it, the event was still fun and full of some of the most creative… Continue Reading →

How to Survive a Sharknado

Per Matt “No matter what we do, it’s too late to stop unnatural disasters. All we can do is survive them.” Just in time for Shark Week, I received my copy of How to Survive a Sharknado. Not a moment… Continue Reading →

Finding Bigfoot Has Become the New Destination Truth

As a long-time fan of everything unknown, I’m definitely a fan of the paranormal. With reality TV absolutely exploiting the ghost-hunting genre to death (or after death, if you will), I’ve kind of moved on to other aspects of the… Continue Reading →

Paranormal Kicks Cancer Interview: Chris Gostkowski and Virginia “Red” Walters

Per Matt What happens when paranormal investigators join forces with the public to fight for a worthwhile cause?

ScareFest Panel: The Bridgewater Triangle Haunted History and Cult Murders

Per My Brother: Sunday morning, I wandered into this panel, not exactly knowing what to expect. Beforehand, I knew nothing of the Bridgewater Triangle, and after attending this panel, I’m incredibly intrigued. The triangle is huge, covering 200 square miles,… Continue Reading →

ScareFest Interview: Josh Gates

Per Matt: I had a great time at ScareFest 2012, and I really enjoyed attending the panel of Josh Gates, host of Syfy’s Destination Truth and Ghost Hunters Live. He was a busy, busy man throughout the entire weekend, practically… Continue Reading →

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