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Search for God Animates Compelling New PREACHER, Venerable SUPERNATURAL Looking for God in all the wrong places

What a striking coincidence that two of the most high profile supernatural fantasy shows on TV — ageless Supernatural, now in its eleventh season on The CW, and Preacher, just launched on AMC — revolve around the search for an absentee God. Some of the most profound theological and philosophical questions are being treated matter-of-factly and compellingly on pop TV. What is God’s active role in relation to mankind? To his Creation in general? Does God have a personality? Characteristics? Is he still the vengeful Old Testament God, or has He changed into the New Testament God of mercy?

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Shining Light on THE CONJURING House with Andrea Perron on After Hours AM/America’s Most Haunted Radio Author of HOUSE OF DARKNESS HOUSE OF LIGHT, activist, speaker, media figure

Tonight on a fascinating and profound edition of After Hours AM/America’s Most Haunted Radio — Thursdays 9-11pE with co-hosts Joel Sturgis and Eric Olsen — we speak with activist, speaker, media figure Andrea Perron, oldest daughter of the real-life family featured in The Conjuring film; and author of the House of Darkness House of Light trilogy, which chronicles the family’s astonishing interaction with the paranormal over the course of a

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Science and Paranormal Blend in Ray Melnik’s GHOST IN THE PARK Stunning, original theory of spirit activity emerges from novella

The paranormal is at the center of the story’s scientific experiment. Ghosts are a topic most scientists shy away from, and Melnik, realizing that, allows a tone of skepticism to creep into his book in his scientific character’s mouth, but he also counterbalances that skepticism with other characters’ viewpoints. He then provides a stunning explanation for ghosts that merges both viewpoints, yet is completely original.

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The Haunting of Richmond’s Hollywood Cemetery Southern shrine home to anguished soldiers, an eternal watch dog, and one hideous vampire with jagged teeth and hanging skin.

Arguably the most notorious haunting in Hollywood Cemetery is that of the Richmond Vampire. The legend can be traced to the factual Church Hill Tunnel collapse on October 2, 1925. The tunnel opened in 1875 and was part of the old Chesapeake and Ohio Railway. Initial construction was nightmarish, due in part to Virginia’s clay soil, which changed with rainfall and caused frequent cave-ins. Years of persistent collapsing forced C&O Railway to seek a safer alternative. The company completed a riverfront viaduct in 1901, after which the Church Hill Tunnel fell into virtual abandonment.

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Digging Into Haunted Real Estate on After Hours AM/America’s Most Haunted Radio Florida's Seven Sisters Inn and Kansas's Sallie House in the spotlight

Tonight we dig into the fascinating and rapidly evolving market for haunted real estate on a special edition of After Hours AM/America’s Most Haunted Radio with Bob and Maria Schmidt, proprietors of the cheerfully haunted Seven SIsters Inn in Ocala, Florida; and Luke Smith of the darkly famous Sallie House in Atchison, Kansas

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How Do You Find a Good Psychic? Does the internet help or hurt?

What is a psychic exactly? In an article on psychic readings and how to know if it works, the author explains: “Everyone is connected on a level of energy through an invisible worldwide web.” Psychics just “step into this space” where they can get impressions and build connections in your life, past, present and future. Then, with the ability to tune in on whatever might be going on within you, they use this insight to pinpoint any major themes or issues that may be playing out in your life. To “connect” with you and your life, psychics can use a number of methods or “tools” like tarot cards or numerology. Tarot cards are a pretty well-known method that involves your “higher-self” speaking to the “higher-self” of the psychic.

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CASTLE Goes Supernatural-ish In "Hell to Pay" episode, Castle thinks he's dealing with the Anti-Christ

The implication that the paranormal might animate the narrative is not unusual in an episode of Castle, and the show’s brain trust seems to enjoy pushing the disappointing (for Castle) logical explanation ever more perilously close to the end credits. In “Hell to Pay,” they pushed the logical explanation for the demonic murder case so close to the end it felt like an episode of Scooby-Doo, but in a good way.

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“The Walking Dead: Michonne – Episode 3 – What We Deserve” for Playstation 4

With Episode 3: What We Deserve, TellTale has wrapped up its The Walking Dead: Michonne mini-series. Throughout the three episodes, the blade wielding fan-favorite from both the comic books and television series has been expertly voiced by Orange Is The New Black’s Samira Wiley. Despite everything going for the project, it’s received mixed reviews, and I’ve personally complained about many of the adventure game series’ flaws. That being said, and after playing through the finale, I don’t really have much bad to say this last episode.

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Talking JILO with Supernatural Adventure Novelist J.D. Horn on After Hours AM/America’s Most Haunted Radio Brand new prequel to the Witching Savannah trilogy

Hearken back to 1950s Georgia, when King Cotton has fallen and Savannah, Georgia is known as the “beautiful woman with a dirty face,” its stately elegance faded by neglect, its soul withering from political corruption and racial injustice. Jilo is the backstory to one of the Witching Savannah series’ most vivid and beloved characters. Readers will be swept away by the resourceful and determined Jilo as she comes of age, strives to master formidable magical skills in the face of overwhelming adversity, and forges her strange destiny against the turbulent backdrop of the civil rights struggle in the American South. This Southern Gothic tale is filled with the occult, magic, and witches.

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Franklin Castle – The Most Notorious Haunted House in Ohio Cleveland mansion boasts tales of secret passages, brutal murder, and restless spirits lingering in its empty halls

In 1968, the German Socialist Party sold the property to the Romano family, and it wasn’t long before the new tenants encountered the old mansion’s dark energy. The Romanos heard ghostly footsteps, organ music, and disembodied voices. On the very day they moved in, the children claimed to have seen a young girl crying upstairs. Soon thereafter, the family reportedly consulted a Catholic priest in an effort to get an exorcism. While the priest declined to perform a religious cleansing, he warned them that there was a “bad presence” in the house and that they should get out.

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