DIY Ghostbusters Logo Costume October 26, 2012Posted by admin in Paranormal Entertainment.
This year, don’t sress up as the same old thing! With a little effort and about $25 in supplies, you can make this wearable version of the Ghostbusters Logo.
View the full instructions steps at the source!
Download this AUGMENTED REALITY companion app to watch ten famous ghosts come to life! Scan the pages of the children’s book, Horrible Hauntings, to see and interact with 3D ghosts.
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Mr Harborne has spent over £50,000 on the project and juggled working part-time as a security guard to turn his dream into a reality.
After an extensive worldwide search, the 49-year-old from Sedgeley, West Midlands, managed to locate one of only six 1959 Cadillac models just a few miles from his home in Leicester.
The restoration enthusiast has spent years attempting to create an ‘authentic Ghostbusters experience’ for fans after hand-making the majority of the car’s interior features from hand.
And the sci-fi fan, who has also previously restored an A-Team van, admitted it has been a long struggle giving the worse-for-wear orange car a new lease of life.
‘It was a complete wreck as it had been abandoned,’ he said. ‘It’s extremely rare and very hard to restore.
‘It’s certainly been a challenge – 50-year-old Cadillacs are hard work!’
Read more at the Source!
A Christmas Carol (1984): Marley’s Ghost December 13, 2011Posted by admin in Paranormal Entertainment.
Enjoy this creepy scene from this quintessential haunted holiday favorite! Merry Christmas from Perceptive Paranormal Research.
The spooky Victorian mansion built from 110,000 LEGO bricks October 11, 2011Posted by admin in Paranormal Entertainment.
Lego bricks may not have existed during Victorian times, but one artist has found a way to build a period home out of thousands of the tiny plastic toys.
Mike Doyle, of New York, spent eight months snapping brick on top of Lego brick to complete a five-and-a-half-foot scale model of a decaying 19th century mansion.
The haunted-looking house took approximately 110,000-130,000 blocks to build.
The model, entitled Victorian on Mud Heap, is Mr Doyle’s third piece in a series of abandoned houses, and took nearly 600 hours to complete, reports AOL Real Estate.
History Hunters: The Jersey Devil October 3, 2011Posted by admin in Paranormal Entertainment.
This informative short documentary begins with goofy Blair witch-style comedic skit, but gets to the meat of the topic at 2:15. Enjoy!
Year-Round Haunted Attraction Launches in Times Square September 28, 2011Posted by admin in Paranormal Entertainment.
NEW YORK – September 27, 2011 – The fear is coming… to the heart of Times Square in New York City. TIMES SCARE, a year-round haunted attraction featuring a haunted house, live shows, bars and more will open on Thursday, October 13 and is the first of its kind in the nation.
Guests can look forward to touring the famed Haddonfield Memorial Hospital through the psychiatric ward where Michael Myers is being held and will immediately be transported onto the front doorstep of the Myers home for a journey through Michael’s terror.
Creator Jason Egan of Egan Productions is no stranger to the haunted industry. His top ranked attraction, Fright Dome, has been terrifying the masses for nine years in Las Vegas. The popular attraction has ranked in the top five haunted events in the nation for years which inspired Egan to create the one-of-a-kind TIMES SCARE venue.
Not Creepy, Kooky, or Ooky – Charles Addams Family House Listed August 18, 2011Posted by admin in Paranormal Entertainment.
Addams Family creator Charles Addams’ former New Jersey home is on the market for $839,000.
This 6 bed, 2.5 bath, 1907 Colonial-style home was Addams’ residence from 1920-1947, a period which included the first appearance of his creepy clan in “The New Yorker.” His creations went on to spawn two live-action TV shows, two animated TV shows, three movies, and a Broadway musical.
The home, a registered historic landmark, has been preserved much as it was during the time Addams lived there with his first wife. Amenities include a formal dining room with butler’s pantry, formal living room, and an eat-in kitchen with granite counter-tops and a slider to the deck.
Also included: a two car garage – hearse not included – and a potting shed.
See more photos, including interior shots, at the Source
From the time Rosalyn Bown was 7 years old until she was in her 20s, she would know when her family members — or herself — were in trouble.
“My premonitions were while I was awake,” Bown said. “I would just know that something bad was going to happen to a relative.”
These premonitions, which were very specific and eerily accurate, sparked her interest in the paranormal.
“Those premonitions have since gone away, but my interest in the paranormal field has remained,” Bown said.
This interest led Bown to join a local ghost-hunting group in 1999.
“My first ghost hunt was of an historic inn in New Hope, Pa.,” she said, and she hasn’t stopped since.
‘Amityville Horror’ house up for sale July 26, 2011Posted by admin in Paranormal Entertainment.
The white two-story, 10-room colonial-style Toms River home with its well-manicured lawn isn’t just another beautiful house for sale in the neighborhood. This home, situated at 18 Brooks Road was used to film the 1979 movie, “The Amityville Horror.”
Potential buyers concerned with stories of paranormal activity should fear not. Homeowner Odalys Fragoso, and her West New York Pediatrician husband, Jose say their beautiful home is not haunted, the Associated Press reported.
Read more at the source