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Brian Baker

We need more diversity in our paranormal TV

Myling of Sweden. Banshee of Ireland. Manananggal of the Philippines. Mami Wata of Nigeria. Ifrit of the Middle East. Domovoy of Russia. La Llorona of Mexico. Chudail of Pakistan. Wendigo of the First Nations. And the Yurei of Japan. With the most commonly reported supernatural entity in the world being […]

Etchings

Ghosthunting in a time of coronavirus

Ghosthunters Lee and Linzi Steer are catching hell from social media after continuing their paranormal investigations during the stay-at-home order in the United Kingdom. The South Yorkshire-based duo have been live-streaming their investigations of a haunted mansion and nearby wooded area for their Facebook page, Ghosts of Britain. Other paranormal […]

Uncharted Case Files

The trials of filing an ATIP request in Canada

Before we get started, If you haven’t read my previous article, I recommend you read it first before moving on. Accessing information and publicly undisclosed files from the Canadian government requires patience, persistence and a bit of due process. It’s not like they’ll hand over any information without reason. Once […]

Etchings

Etchings: Ooh what a Ness

A scientific survey of the waters of Loch Ness begs the question: Was Nessie a victim of global warming, or a figment of our imaginations? Geneticist Neil Gemmell of Otago University led the New Zealand team of scientists along the shores of the Scottish lake and acquired samples to test. […]

Etchings

Etchings: Forget Burning Man, Let’s Do Alienstock

After Facebook removed the Storm Area 51 — They Can’t Stop All of Us event, which had over two million people sign up, one of its organizers is planning a real-life festival called Alienstock. Mathew Roberts was propositioned by Arkansas college student Brock Daily to hold a festival in Rachel, […]