October 2017: Haunted American Restrooms That Might Scare the Crap Out Of You !

CARROLL COLLEGE/Helena, MT There is a haunted fourth-floor bathroom in St. Charles Hall at the college, where a drunken student was injured in 1964 after falling and hitting his head on a sink in the middle of the night ! Supposedly while brushing his teeth. He suffered a brain hemorrhage and died several weeks later […]

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July 2016: Haunted House Renovations

When I moved to Arizona in January 2000, little did I know what I was moving into ! Within 24 hours of moving in to an older home I had just purchased, bizarre things began to happen. First, as I was unpacking my first boxes in the sunny kitchen I set my toaster down on […]

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March/April 2016: Ghosts of Natchez, MS

Some years ago, I wrote a blog on the ghosts of the Civil War. Apparently, a few such ghosts were stirred from their eternal slumber when I traveled to Natchez, MS recently. Running a couple hours late on my planned itinerary, I had planned on a visiting a few antebellum homes in this quiet Southern […]

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February 2016: Soul Mates, Lost Loves and Family Reunions

Assuming the CERN hadron super collider didn’t suck us all into the oblivion of a ginormous manmade black hole last week, I am hereby wishing all my MGTR fans (all 2+ of you) out there a happy and lustful Valentine’s Day ! On that note, this month’s blog deals with the decades-old conundrum: do soul […]

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July 2008: The World’s Most Famous Psychics

With all the televised paranormal and psychic shows out there these days, some of the world’s most famous psychics have become all but forgotten. Controversial or conservative, these men were famous for their psychic abilities long before psychics captured the popular imagination (or the 1-900 phone lines). Most of you have heard of Uri Geller […]

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November 2007: The Winchester Mansion – Sarah’s Spooky Legacy

You may have heard of the Winchester Mansion in San Jose, California, but how much do you know about its eccentric owner Sarah Winchester ? This remarkable woman devoted nearly forty years of her life to a bizarre construction project designed to keep the spirits at bay.   Born Sarah Lockwood Pardee ca. 1838, our […]

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March 2001: Remote Viewing – An Interview With Dale Graff

Dale Graff, author of Tracks in the Psychic Wilderness and River Dreams, worked for the military for over 30 years. Trained in physics as an aerospace engineer, he helped develop sensing devices on airplanes, missiles and satellites for the United States Air Force’s Foreign Technology Division. In 1976, he became director of the Department of […]

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July 2000: The Haunted White House

Happy 4th of July ! Madame G wishes all of you a spectacular holiday. This month’s column concerns the White House and its ghostly reputation of historic apparitions… The Lincoln family is especially associated with the paranormal, even before Lincoln’s death. During Abraham Lincoln’s administration, he and Mary Todd Lincoln lost the second of four […]

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