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Here are the top ten articles for the Paranormal Site! These rankings are live and get reset at the beginning of each month, so check back often to see what your fellow visitors are most interested in!
1. Caseyville, Illinois Haunted House
A lovely two-story house on a hill near woods, surrounded by flowers, in a little Midwestern town outside of St. Louis was once the site of secret ceremonies to conjure demons.
2. Bottle Popping Poltergeist in Long Island
If you were watching or listening to the news in early February 1958, you might remember the story of a poltergeist called Popper invading a home in the Long Island suburb of Seaford, New York. This was the first time a haunting was shown on television, and Popper didn’t fail to entertain!
3. Interview with Hypnotist Pete Haviland
Peter C. Haviland, A.C.C.H., a certified clinical hypnotherapist, has been using his gift to help people for about 25 years now. He knows this is his calling. Of interest to me in this interview is Pete’s work with the paranormal.
4. Japan's Suicide Mountain
What is it about the Sea of Trees, also called the Jukai, located on the forests of Mount Fuji in Japan that draws people there to take their own lives?
5. Haunted Biltmore Hotel in Coral Gables
A tale of opulence, gambling, murder, and, of course, a ghost or two in the luxurious Biltmore Hotel in Coral Gables, Florida.
6. Vanishing Hotel
Two couples stayed overnight in a hotel in France that didn´t exist!
7. The Murder of Nannie Womack
On December 8, 1908, in Jamestown, Kentucky, a nine-year-old little girl was found murdered in the woods near her home. Nannie Womack had been choked, and hit in the head.
8. The Beast of Bray Road
On one country road outside of Elkhorn, Wisconsin, called Bray Road, there have been sightings of a werewolf-type beast, since 1936, with a rash of sightings beginning in the late 1980s. The animal is described as a hairy, wolf-like animal that walks on its muscular hind legs.
9. Haunted Clifton Hall in Nottingham
Clifton Hall in Nottingham made national news in 2008 when it was repossessed by the bank. The family who owned the mansion claimed that it was haunted and they had moved out and stopped making payments. Even the paranormal group called in to help were frightened of their experiences.
10. A Monster: Albert Fish
Serial killer Hamilton “Albert” Fish was known as the Vampire of Brooklyn, the Werewolf of Wysteria, and the Gray Man. This evil creature was born May 19, 1870 in Washington, D.C. to a father of 75 and a mother of 32.
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