October 2016: Haunting Holidays Around the World

Here in the USA, we celebrate Halloween on October 31. But did you know there are plenty of other festivals worldwide that honor the dead ? Curiously, a lot of them fall during well, the fall ! Harvest season is associated with death and rebirth across a variety of human cultures. Most of you have […]

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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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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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October 2015: Horrible Halloweens

It’s that most wonderful time of the year again, kiddies ! Yes, it’s Halloween. And while I enjoy a chilling ghost story as well as the next ghoul, after writing this blog for a lucky 13 years now I thought I’d branch out a bit and go all historical on you this year. Bad things […]

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September 2015: Messages from Spider Woman

For the last few weeks, I have been receiving subtle messages from Spider Woman. No, not the comic book heroine. The spirit guide of Native American storytelling. I didn’t really put two and two together at first because I have been undergoing a lot of dramatic changes in my personal life: changing jobs, leaving a […]

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August 2015: Unexplained Disappearances

    1. Flight 19 The Bermuda Triangle and The Devil’s SeaOn December 5, 1945 a Navy training flight of TBM Avenger torpedo bombers out of the Naval Air Station (NAS) at Ft. Lauderdale, Florida disappeared off the radar carrying 14 men while on a routine navigation and bombing exercise. Even more troubling, one of […]

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January 2015: Hawaiian and Polynesian Curses

Aloha ! With the chill of winter holding many of you in its icy grip, I thought it would be nice to warm you up with some legends of the South Sea Islands. Imagine yourself relaxing island-style, a Mai Tai in one hand, your sun glasses in the other. Flower-scented island breezes, lying on the […]

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