The owner of San Antonio’s OnLive Hall of Fame Cafe temporarily closed shop earlier this month, after a spate of otherworldly goings-on. It’s now reopened, but with a strange new tale to tell.
Both my limited horror movie knowledge (I recently watched The Conjuring and Annabelle) and years spent reading paranormal odds and ends, I know that, at least according to paranormal folklore, demons do not possess dolls. Instead, they often use them as conduits, like puppets, to lure humans in.
I can’t just ignore a story about Ayers Rock, otherwise known as Uluru, the cursed monolith of Australia’s Northern Territory. It even made it onto my list of infamous haunted objects back in 2014. This year, Uluru has claimed a new victim: Another tourist who took it upon himself to borrow a small rock from …
Cats are interdimensional beings. We’ve already established that they can teleport and even sometimes come back to life; there’s no point going over that again. But what about when a cat does move on from this world?
It’s titled Soul Bowl, and apparently “comes with its own shadow person.”
Ghosts might be one thing, but demons are something else entirely. A demon is a fallen angel. A supernatural and malevolent entity that exists in many religions around the world, under different names. In the Bible, they’re described as angels who were hurled down to Earth along with Satan, whose sole purpose now is to …
Vanishing objects. They’re one of the many portents of a haunted house, and perhaps the most befuddling. Where did the objects go? How were they taken? What use does a ghost have for candles and silverware?