Emma Stone is known for her roles in such films as Easy A, The Help, Zombieland and The Amazing Spider-Man series.
She is also apparently a believer in ghosts, magic and the paranormal.
Recently Emma Stone went on The Late Show With David Letterman and told the iconic host that the ghost of her grandfather visits her to this day…he evens leaves Emma quarters as gifts…
Episode six of The Kiwi Psychic & the Midwest Ghost is out and this time me and Debbie talk about Astral Travel.
There is also the usual questions and dream interpretation segments as well as discussion on a few recent posts here at NFSW.
Additionally, there is a competition for a free psychic reading by Debbie.
All you have to do is listen to the podcast and tell us the other two terms used in the show to describe astral travel and email the answer to email@example.com
Episode Five of The Kiwi Psychic and the Midwest Ghost, which mostly centers around the ghostly visitor that invaded the show during the end of recording episode four.
So was Donald a real ghost or just our imaginations playing tricks? Debbie reveals some interesting information on ‘Donald’ from a fan and also the strange audio phenomena that took place during episode four is discussed with audio samples.
A fashion store in Sidmouth, Devon has been the site of some paranormal activity of late, and not just the odd missing sock or a blouse tagged with the wrong size.
The trendy spirit has opened bolted doors, moved objects and even breathed on the necks of store employees.
All this is the apparent work of a spirit going by the name of Gladys who does not approve of the styles being sold…
The fourth episode of The Kiwi Psychic and The Midwest Ghost in which we not only discuss a big name psychic that has fallen from grace in the media recently but also have our own apparent ghostly visitor while recording the show when ‘Donald’ drops by…
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The music world has plenty of session players and background vocalists that you have probably never heard of but have been on some of your favorite albums and singles.
Invaluable as they are, these session artists are so far out of the spot light they may as well be dead.
However, pop sensation Lorde has ‘Tweeted’ that a strange humming on session takes for her upcoming album were possibly caused by ghosts in the studio.
Episode three is up and this time me and co-host Debbie Black discuss different types of spirits, go over some of the more popular ghost related posts here at NFSW.com and as always answer some listener questions about dreams and the paranormal.
Also if you have an idea for the show, think your a potential guest, have a question to ask or dream to be interpreted or just plain want to chat, you can reach me or Debbie at the public emails below:
It may only be June and we have yet to even pass the Fourth of July, but ABC and Fremantle Media are already thinking about October and all the spookiness that comes with it.
The production company is looking for Halloween yard displays and amateur walk through attractions to feature in a new Fright Night reality show which has yet to be named.
Similar to the show The Great Christmas Light Fight, the show will focus on finding the best Halloween decor and give the lucky winner fifty-thousand dollars for their efforts.
Now that is a treat!
Interested parties can email the production company here:
Happy Haunting and good luck!
I love dogs, they are amazing creatures that at certain times of my life have been among my best friends.
Dogs have also been trained to do wonderful tasks such as leading the blind, sniffing out bombs and drugs and watching out for our dwellings while we are away, protecting the property from intruders.
But what about a dog who is being trained to sniff out ghosts and other paranormal activity?
Holly Goddard believes it is possible and thinks her dog Glimmer might be the world’s first ghost seeking pooch.
Episode two of The Kiwi Psychic and the Midwest Ghost is out (and has been out, I am slightly behind), and this time we had a great conversation with Patrick Keller of the blog The Big Seance and an investigator with The Missouri Spirit Seekers.
We talked about EVP work, investigations, the Adopt-A-Grave movement and a number of other subjects.
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Ghosts seem to be everywhere today, from television shows to board games, pod casts to the internet.
Now they are even on your currency and on your stamps…
The Canadian Royal mint recently revealed a special coin and stamp design that bears the likeness of the ‘Ghost Bride’, the spirit that haunts the halls of the Fairmont Banff Springs Hotel in Alberta, Canada, on the grounds of the Fairmont National park.
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Each week, the podcast will feature three to five weird and exciting news items from across the world. This series of posts area supplement to the content featured on the podcast.
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The paranormal investigation craze has been around for awhile now, and it shows no signs of slowing down anytime soon.
From Ghost Hunters to ghost hunting smart phone apps, the world seems to have gone crazy for ghosts.
So it should come as no surprise that products have risen out of the popularity of the genre like a ghost from a grave.
What is shocking is that a ghost investigation board game could cause players to feel actual psychological symptoms.
Certain film and television theme tunes just stick in your head the same way a popcorn hull might get stuck in your teeth.
No matter how you try to wiggle and maneuver it out of your mind, it seems it has come to stay like an uninvited guest.
There are plenty to choose from too: Jaws, Star Wars, Dallas and my personal favorite of the bunch, Doctor Who.
Another would be the iconic James Bond theme, usually credited to multiple award winning composer John Barry.
However, recently I stumbled on a short article that claims the tunes haunting melody might have actually been composed by a ghost.
We all know we gotta go sometime, and for many who get lucky enough to reach old age, they will live out the last years of their lives in some kind of senior care or assisted living facility.
Being that these locations would have been the site of numerous deaths during it’s time of operation, it should come as no surprise if one or two good ghost stories are tucked in there as well.
Such a story has come out of Grand Haven, Michigan, where nurses who work the second shift at the Grand Haven Assisted Living Facility say the ghost of a former deceased resident has come back to stay, along with numerous other strange occurrences.
Halloween is a time for some creepy urban legends, most of which are more fiction then fact.
Recently, I wrote about my own Halloween related childhood urban legend for the Dolphin Talk newspaper out of Seadrift, Texas. It involved a reported ‘Witch’ who pulled kids inside her house when they went Trick or Treating.
This of course, was all hogwash, rubbish and fantasy.
It has been said however that truth can be stranger then fiction.
Healthy debate on the question of whether ghosts really exist or not has been going on forever. Skeptics and believers alike have taken sides many times before on this matter, both in public and private.
To make real progress on any subject matter that has as much data and points of view as ghosts and the paranormal in general, the debate itself should follow a regimen of ground rules so healthy debate does not degenerate into something non productive.
Such as stabbing a man in the chest with a pair of Barber’s scissors.
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The Louvre Museum has 8.5 million visitors per year. This blog was viewed about 95,000 times in 2013. If it were an exhibit at the Louvre Museum, it would take about 4 days for that many people to see it.
A nice little urban legend/ghost story with some really beautiful photos to go along with it from the blog tea and Cakes.
Originally posted on Tea and Takes:
Have you ever heard the tale about Nan Clark’s lane? They say it’s haunted and once a year Nan Clark herself makes an appearance, scaring the wits out of local passers-by who come to the fields to take a lovely stroll. I came across Nan Clarke’s Lane as an old school friend used to live on the house on the corner. It’s a beautiful part of North West London and the lane leads on to the most beautiful fields and woods where there are several horses and some of the most stunning houses you will ever see. However, the myth of Nan Clark does leave a slightly eerie feeling around the area as you head out walking your dog!
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Three men were arrested on Thanksgiving night when a passing police patrol car spotted flashlights in the window of a photography studio located in reputedly haunted a civil war era building.