Leap Castle has a very fascinating history attached to it. The castle was built in the early 1500’s by the O’Bannon clan and (of course) has a bloody past attached to it. Local legend says the place is extremely haunted.
The Bloody Chapel is infamous for its paranormal activity, many ghost hunters and investigators alike have darkened the doorstep of Leap Castle, with gear in hand, ready to experience all it has to offer.
In the last few weeks I have had the chance to engage with a few paranormal teams about ‘all things paranormal’. Of the many things discussed, something that struck me as very interesting was how many teams spend little to no time reviewing or analysing the data they have collected.
Investigation by its very definition is the collection and organisation of evidence in order to uncover the truth. So if someone is truly going to call themselves a paranormal investigator surely that means one needs to investigate and not just spectate?
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.
In the little village of Raharney Westmeath, Ireland, hidden away in the countryside lies a once stunning manor house, now in a complete state of decay. The Manor house was built in 1811 by John Fetherston at a cost of 10,000 pounds, the residence was a stunning manor with many out buildings and offices.
I’d heard of spirit dolls, they have been all the rave since the new “Annebelle” and “Child’s Play” movies, everyone wants one because they want to see what happens! They want the thrill ride, to actually see if they’ll get an active spirit, or any at all.
The truth is, I didn’t believe any of it…