Posts Tagged “Folklore”

Metal & Madness: Bigfoot Project

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By; Chris “The Yeti” Eddy Bigfoot, Sasquatch, Woolybooger, Skunk Ape, Yeti, Abominable Snowman, Samsquanch…  Whatever name they are given, the legendary, bipedal Cryptid has a solid foothold in legend and lore, in every society and on every continent, around the entire globe.  If you were to survey a group of six random people, all will…

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Paranormal Math Applications

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Looking at modern paranormal investigations and results, one tends to hang their head.  I have spent a decade or more in the field and have become somewhat jaded with the methods used in interpretation of data as well as the manner in which we approach said collection.  I am not saying that investigations are pointless,…

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Argument for New Term Usage

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BACKGROUND Electronic voice phenomena, or EVP as it will be referred to from now on, are recordings of “voices” on an audio or videotape to which there are no visible source known. These “voices” are not audible to those taping during the act, though they become audible during playback. For over a hundred years, the…

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Death Omens in Medical Care Facilities

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Everyone remembers when you were younger and stepping on a crack predestined maternal injury.  In fact, there were a lot of stories you heard that would predict harm to people you loved.   Everyone also probably had parents or grand parents who told you all sorts of little superstitions.  My grandmother always told me never to…

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