A trio of military veterans have discovered a passion for researching and investigating unexplained and unusual phenomena reportedly occurring in historic properties across South Australia.
Max, Steve and Desmon – each with around twenty years of military service – discovered that they all shared a quiet interest in things that could not readily be explained.
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Ouija boards were so popular for a time, especially when my Mom was a kid in the 50’s. My Grandmother had a Ouija board in her house, so when my Mom’s friend Sharon came over and she, Sharon and my Grandmother, sat down at the table, it was no big deal to ask questions.
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Coming on the wave of the announcement of Zak Bagan’s new mini-series with the GAC, the Travel Channels’ official phone and tripod were stolen while filming their panel at this years San Diego Comic Con.
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My first “legit” haunted doll came from a garage sale. I should call her a demon doll because that’s exactly what it was! The fact is, most places that claim their dolls are “spirit dolls” or “haunted dolls” are completely full of crap!
They just grab any porcelain doll, dress them up real nice, make sure their polished, put them in a nice background and slap a huge overpriced tag on them for sale on eBay or Etsy, but these dolls come with stories! Invented biographies by the sellers themselves.
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“Wait up! You’re running too fast!” Bogart shouted through the trees. “Why did you just take off on me…” He said as he parted some bushes and arrived at the clearing.
A few moments past as the two boys starred at the house.
“Not talking now are we?”
More silence followed as the second boy started walking into the corn field towards the house.
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