From the sublime to the Simpsons, it’s your paranormal news of the week!
1)One of the world’s greatest collections of witchcraft movie posters is at Cornell University, along with all sorts of other witchcraft goodness. And badness.
2) Singer Adele has discovered the power of witchcraft. She won’t go anywhere without her crystals, and is contemplating going deeper into witchcraft. She certainly looks badass in black. (I know, the witch in the black gown is a total stereotype, but the photo in the article is super witchy! And awesome.)
3) A witch in New Orleans who illegally took human remains from cemeteries for resale across state lines (ew…) has prompted lawmakers to stiffen penalties for the illegal trafficking in human bits and bobs. Grave robbing? Really?
4) Is this the most haunted house in Britain? Since the country is full of spirits, that would be haunted indeed.
5) The Minnesota town of Remer, population 370, has declared itself the official home of Bigfoot. According to the press release, Remer plans to become a “central location for the collection and display” of Bigfoot materials. Get ready for the next Bigfoot museum.
About the Author
Kirsten Weiss worked overseas for nearly fourteen years, in the fringes of the former USSR and in South-east Asia. Her experiences abroad sparked an interest in the effects of mysticism and mythology, and how both are woven into our daily lives.
Now based in San Mateo, CA, she writes steampunk suspense and paranormal mysteries, blending her experiences and imagination to create a vivid world of magic and mayhem. Kirsten has never met a dessert she didn’t like, and her guilty pleasures are watching Ghost Whisperer re-runs and drinking red wine.
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