In the middle of one ritual
soul-sucking, the witches are interrupted by a local boy named Thackery (No,
that’s not a typo, and until I actually sat through the credits in 2009, I
thought all the actors had lisps that only surfaced for the word “Zachary”).
Historic Shepherdstown Museum Ghost Expedition 2018 /Jefferson County (“All the Time”)
http://maryland-paranormal.com Direct Radio Voice (DRV) stream (“All the Time”) captured by Maryland Paranormal Research ® at Historic Shepherdstown and Museum [Shepherdstown WV] Ghost Expedition Aug 11-12 2018. Stream of responses to queries concerning family histories in connection with the museum and area. In the audio stream, one communicator was perceived to have a potential affinity for the museum and its antique piano. The communicator may have been a former of the piano appears to claim playing (“All the Time”). Audio was captured with a Zoom H2N Handy Recorder. The DRV stage consisted of a: P-SB7 ITC device; MACKIE 402-VLZ3 Mixer; HARMON DIGITECH 1066 Vocal Processor; ART EQ-351 31 Band 1/3 Octave Graphic Equalizer; TIMEWAVE DSP-599zx Digital Noise Filter and a BOSE speaker. Audio was analyzed with PRAAT software which provided the wave forms and voice print. The audio was also enhanced with noise filtering and normalization using AUDACITY. [AUDIO ENHANCED][HEADPHONES RECOMMENDED]
In Summer and
Autumn of1917, teenage Elsie Wright and her adolescent
cousin, Frances Griffiths, borrowed a glass-plate camera from Wright’s father
and tromped to Cottingley Beck,
in West Yorkshire. They photographed each other on the bank of the stream and
in the grass of a sun-dappled glen—and also captured some special guests.
One image shows Griffiths, looking wistful, chin in hand,
with a cavorting troupe of fairies. In another, a smiling Wright greets a gnome
high-stepping through the grass.
The Stanley Hotel in Estes Park, Colorado, embraces not only its claim to pop culture fame, but also its restless spirits. In addition to offering a Night Spirit Tour and the chance to boo-k a stay in one of their “Spirited” rooms, the hotel gets in the spirit at Halloween with the Shining Ball:
The wildly popular Shining Ball expands onto two floors of entertainment, music and wild decorations as the ball makes its debut in the brand-new Pavilion Amphitheater. Complete with immersive theater characters from The Shining, an upper level three-DJ silent disco in “Jack’s Attic”, a 1920’s themed jazz lounge on the lower floor, late night dancing, the Ball is bigger and shines more than ever. Participants will compete for cash prizes with creative and daring costumes, so dress to impress. Festive hors d’oeuvres, delightful drinks, dancing and cavorting among the imaginative, Shining-themed decor will bring new chills to the hottest night of the Halloween season.
In 2018, the Shining Ball will take place on October 20.