We've shared some fantastic horror themed hidden camera pranks with you before. There was the demon baby, the "Carrie" inspired coffee shop terror, and now we have a Ouija board wielding psychic freaking out folks eager to have their fortunes told. I guess it's a perfect example of "be careful what you wish for" when you go to visit a psychic!
It's officially October, officially fall, and officially haunted house season. And we have one of the scariest haunted attractions at the Jersey shore - The Haunted Hall, ready to roll this weekend. So what makes it one of the best Halloween attractions around? Here are a few reasons:
Law enforcement members are trained to use all of their senses to analyze the situation at hand. They're taught to take all possibilities into consideration and make logical decisions from the evidence at hand. That being said - these cops in New Mexico are pretty convinced that they have a ghost on their hands. Check out this video so see what they caught on a surveillance camera:
This past Saturday was quite a night in Asbury Park. As we put the finishing touches on The Haunted Hall, paranormal experts gathered at the boardwalk's historic Paramount Theater and Convention Hall to try to find out once and for all - are they haunted?
Halloween is right around the corner, and as we get ready for the scariest day of the year, we're getting Asbury Park's historic Convention Hall ready for the Haunted Hall, the Jersey shore's newest haunted attraction. But first, the Ocean County Paranormal crew is heading back to one of our favorite investigation locations to check it out.
One of the main things that we always stress to new ghost hunters and people interested in trying to catch paranormal activity is the fact that you can't make it happen. You can spend hours somewhere that is purported to be haunted and not get so much as a chill. And then there are those times that it starts the second you walk in the door.
I'm sure we've all seen creepy abandoned houses and thought how cool it would be to go inside and poke around. But, as I've said before, there are ways that we go about these things. There's a big difference between a legitimate paranormal investigation group and kids who break into abandoned houses and call themselves ghost hunters.
Unfortunately, a young man in The Midwest found out why it's a bad idea the hard way.
First of all, this is the internet, so we have to take everything that we see with a grain of salt. These days, just about anyone can download basic photo and video editing software. But, that being said, this is a weird video. It appears that a "ghost car" literally appears out of nowhere to cause a fender bender. I'm not saying that I necessarily think that this is on the level, but if it's tricky editing, they did a pretty good job! Watch:
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