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A Crystal Clear EVP

Nocturnal Druid contacted me through the blog. I met her in Starbuck’s and her bouncy brown ponytail,  farmer’s tan, adorable freckles and tiny figure eight tattoo on the inside of her left wrist were a surprise. 8,756 more words

This Ghost Hunter Was Desperate To Find Out The Truth About The Elevator Game...And He Did

Author’s Note

The following short story is based on an urban legend entitled The Elevator Game.  This story is not intended to encourage or discourage your explorations into the metaphysical, but merely to vocalise the journey of a young man (who wishes to remain anonymous) and share it with others who are perhaps interested in partaking in the same ritual he did. 8,112 more words

San Francisco Ghost Hunt

I escaped the house Thursday evening to do something I’ve wanted to do for a long time: take the San Francisco Ghost Hunt Walking Tour! Borderlands Bookstore organized the outing for its sponsors and the weather couldn’t have been more perfect. 404 more words

Ghost Stories

2.13 | Crime Time's Spectral Spook-tacular: Ghosts, Ghosts, Ghosts!

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This week Lee and Eddie are haunted by the spectral, the spooky, and the downright scary! That’s right, it’s time for Crime Time’s super scary ghost spook-tacular! 140 more words

Crime Fiction

Crabtree – Ghost Light – Part 3

The next morning, Arun struggled down the stairs. Raymond, Lisa and Billy sat at the kitchen table.  He tried to scratch his fuzzy brain through is tussled hair.  3,370 more words

Fiction

Crabtree – Ghost Light – Part 2

“That’s nice.”  The young brunette licked some jelly off a spoon.  “Not too sweet.”

“Mmm Hmm.  Well, I’d have to confess, these grapes make much better jelly than wine, I’m afraid.  2,583 more words

Fiction

Crabtree – Ghost Light – Part 1

The house lights were on in the converted barn of a theater and a lone spotlight lit the edge of the stage.  A young man from the restaurant and bar that was connected to the theater struggled with a case of heavy glass bottles.  2,651 more words

Fiction