Paranormal Society Embodies Real-Life Ghostbusters

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A glass clinked in the empty kitchen across the Central Texas house. The noise garnered the attention of Becky Nagel, lead investigator for the Central Texas Paranormal Society. The group had been contacted by the parents of twin boys who had been experiencing unexplained incidents.

“They kept talking about things the parents couldn’t see,” Nagel said. Unexplained scratches, strange sounds and uncharacteristic behavior revolved around stories of an unexplained bad man being present in their home.

“The kids were telling them, ‘This guy was in my room’,” Nagel said.

Nagel stood in the hallway across the house when she heard the noise. She made her way to the kitchen when, suddenly, the front door opened.


“There was a solid storm door on the outside that was closed,” Nagel said. The hairs on her arms stood up as a bad feeling rushed into Nagel.

“That was the first time I suggested someone move,” Nagel said. She said she stayed in contact with the family and things were normal in their new home.

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Paranormal Corner: JUMPS prepares for Gettysburg investigation

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Jersey Unique Minds Paranormal Society has been given an honor that only a select few paranormal investigators — including TAPS (The Atlantic Paranormal Society) and the Ghost Adventures Crew — have been given.


On April 17, JUMPS will conduct an overnight investigation at The Jennie Wade House and the Soldier’s National Museum in Gettysburg.

“For year and years, Gettysburg has been my favorite place,” said JUMPS Founder and CEO Doug Hogate Jr. “I love history anyway, but the Civil War is my favorite topic. And Gettysburg is the site of one of the biggest battles ever fought.”

Today, the Jennie Wade House on Baltimore Street is a museum dedicated to Mary Virginia “Jennie” Wade — the                                                                                                              only civilian killed during the Battle of Gettysburg.

Jennie lived with her mother on Breckenridge Street, but fled to her sister’s home in anticipation of the oncoming battle.

On July 3, the final day of the conflict, Jennie was in her sister’s kitchen kneading dough to make bread for the soldiers, when a stray bullet traveled through two wooden doors and through Jennie’s shoulder, piercing her heart and killing her instantly.

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The Curse of Giles Corey

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One of Salem’s most famous Witch Trial victims of 1692 was Giles Corey, who, along with his wife Martha, died during the hysteria that swept our city over three hundred years ago.


Giles initially supported the claims against his wife (was it her cooking?), offering “evidence” that his wife had been “muttering” through her chores. He soon recanted, however, when he became aware of the severity of the prosecution and what lay in store for those accused.

According to the laws of the time—which were the source of much confusion, given that Salem had been operating without a charter for many months—the wealth and property of the accused could be confiscated if he were found guilty of the crime of Witchcraft. This would leave the heirs of those accused without inheritance. However, a person could not be found guilty or innocent if he refused to enter a plea, thereby protecting his possessions for his family.

Such a tactic, though, came with a terrible price. In order to extract a plea, authorities would place boards across the silent “criminal,” piling the boards with heavy stones until the accused made a plea of guilty or innocent.

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Djinn or Genie: Are They Real or Folklore?

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Djinn or Genie are they real or folklore? Do they come from the paranormal world or another dimension? Djinn have been around through religion and folklore for thousands of years. Most Americans often think of I Dream of Jeanie when they think of the Djinn or the genie that grants three wishes. They are mentioned in Islam, the Bible and other religious books. While the concept of the Djinn does not occur in the original Hebrew version of the Bible the word is used in Arabic translations. In theTestament of Solomon,” he describes enslaving demons to build his temple. Then there was the novel so many read, Arabian Nights.” Who didn’t wish for their three magic wishes? The earliest reference in literature to Djinn is found in The Book of 1001 Nights.” Even the cartoons taught children to be careful of what they wish for because the wish would be granted quite literally. The name is spelled many different ways and they are called by a variety of names.

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Haunted Passage: Spookiest places around the world

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haunted-2It’s bloody, eerie, spooky and spine-chilling. But absolutely entertaining for not-thefaint-hearted. A Haunted Tour around the city is a time-tested way of attracting tourists to old cemeteries, graveyards and abandoned houses. While most ghostly stories float around playing it by-the-ear and as part of the folklore, it at many times gives a boost to the tourism potential of a destination. As well-planned guided Horror Tours make way internationally, get set to get spooked. It’s fun, actually. Compiled by Nimisha Tiwari

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