The Spiritual Journey of a Care Worker

by Hazel Bergman During the war when the care worker was a young child, she had an alcove in her bedroom which had a curtain drawn across it where her mum had a statue in there. She does not recall what the statue was, but it gave her a strange feeling. She dreaded opening the curtain, but when she did so...

The Guinea Pig Diaries

by Penelope Rollinson I spent the last thirteen years writing novels from ideas I received through my dreams. I experienced a lot of automatic writing in the early hours of the morning. I would either see or hear a sentence in my head and then grab a writing pad at the side of my bed to write it down. I...

Tech Time with Brock and Doc: The K-II Meter

One of the more popular pieces of equipment used by paranormal investigators and researchers alike is the EMF (Electromagnetic Field) Meter.    It is a common belief by many in the field that spirits are composed of energy and can manifest and manipulate electromagnetic fields.  These meters are commonly...

8 Popular Myths About Hypnosis and the Real Truth

By Colin Christopher Perhaps you’ve seen a hypnosis show and always wondered how it works.  Or maybe you were referred to a hypnotherapist for help with quitting smoking, overcoming a phobia or gaining self-confidence.  Whatever the case, most of the information out there about hypnosis is wrong. Here are...

What IS a Thriller Anyway?

by Eric J. Gates One of the most frustrating questions I am asked from time to time is ‘what kind of novels do you write?’ I normally stick to a nebulous ‘thrillers’ and hope the interrogator will settle for that. Alas often ‘what kind of thrillers?’ is the next thing I hear. You would think it was an easy...

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