The Trouble with Proving the Paranormal and Supernatural

As a professional haunter and horror enthusiast, I like to include creepy and allegedly haunted destinations in my travels whenever possible. Some recent examples include Black Horse Lake in Montana (allegedly haunted by a hitchhiker), Bowlin’s “The Thing”, a number of ghost towns and abandoned buildings (most recently including a tour of an abandoned sanitarium at night), and other various Read More …

The Salem Trip and Circumnavigating the Great Lakes

I just returned late last night from my trip to Salem, Massachusetts, the site of the famous witch trials of 1692-1693. Although I’ve driven greater distances to get to Jasper, those trips usually lasted 9 days and included 5 days of rest and relaxation in a comfortable hotel. Salem, on the other hand, was my most ambitious trip yet. I traveled over Read More …