#NetNet: Mystical dreams, clowns, true ghost stories, ghost shows, and ghost movie reviews.Posted: June 1, 2014 Filed under: *Macabre Media, Guest Posts & Reblogs, NetNet | Tags: clown art, clowns, dreams, ghost show, paranormal, Paranormal Investigation, Renae Rude, sleep, The Haunting, The Paranormalist 3 Comments
ADOPT HISTORICAL SLEEP PATTERNS TO HAVE MORE MYSTICAL DREAMS
From T. M. Luhrmann at nytimes.com:
To Dream in Different Cultures
MEET ARTIST JURY THE CLOWN
From Mitch Lavender at Life in 64 Square Feet:
A Couldrophobic Talks About Jury the Clown — Painted Dollar Art
READ ANOTHER GOOD CREEPY TRUE GHOST STORY
From Christy at Ghosts & Ghouls:
Reader Submission: Evil At Home
SUPPORT A DOCUMENTARY OF PARANORMAL WISCONSIN
Jessica Freeburg, children’s writer and paranormal investigator, recently contacted me about a paranormal investigation project that is currently seeking funding on INDIEGOGO. After checking into it, and watching a 30-minute webisode, I am intrigued. In the spirit of being a good neighbor (Jessica is from Minnesota, and the film’s subject is paranormal Wisconsin) I thought I’d share some information:
Haunted State: Whispers of History Past is a unique documentary about the state of Wisconsin that has never before been told. The film focuses on the history and folklore surrounding the state, seeking to answer questions that have been asked for generations …
With a scheduled release for fall 2014, the crew is currently running an IndieGoGo campaign to help fund the final phase of production. “This money will help cover things like insurance, permits and travel expenses. Right now, we’ve got a good movie. We want a great movie,” said Michael Brown, the film’s Executive Producer. Take a peek at their website www.hauntedstate.com for more details and information the film, or go directly to their IndieGoGo page at https://www.indiegogo.com/projects/haunted-state-whispers-from-history-past/x/7256993 to see how you can become a part of this innovative historical, paranormal film!
Here’s the short trailer for the project, to whet your appetite.
The following 30-minute webisode, however, is what really drew me in. I appreciated the enthusiastic but respectful personality of Michael, who conducts an interesting spirit box session at about the 10-minute mark. I’m also impressed with the captured EVPs.
Check out the INDIEGOGO project:
Haunted State: Whispers from History Past
MOURN A FAD THAT WE ALL WOULD HAVE LOVED
From Patrick Keller at The Big Séance:
Dr. Silkini’s Ghost Show: Do the Dead Return? Spooks Sit Beside You!
READ THE REVIEW THAT INSPIRED ME TO ADD A FEATURE TO MY MOST POPULAR BLOG POST
I think you all know that I don’t often do standard reviews of books and movies here at The Paranormalist. Yes, I have my Courting Creepy Movie Lists, but in them I really only provide a teaser or snippet, my personal reason for recommending the film, and a link to IMDb (or a similar source) so that interested readers can read plot summaries and full-length synopses if they want.
Today, though, I read a review of The Haunting (1963) at one of your blogs that made me think, “Ayup. That’s exactly right. I couldn’t have said it better myself.” That’s when I realized there’s no reason that I can’t link my movies recommendations to reviews written by my blogging peers. (After all, some of you specialize in that art.)
The Haunting happens to rank high on: The 13 most haunting films, for ghost story lovers (and another 13+ worth watching.) Because this is my most popular post, I think it’s the perfect list to host this idea.
The haunting films list is due to be updated, so I’ll start adding review links when I tackle that task. You don’t have to wait until the revamp to see what kind of review I particularly like though … go see an example now:
From Scholar* at The Angry Scholar:
Retro Review: The Haunting (1963)
*I do actually know his name, but I learned it AFTER we’d communicated a fair bit, so he will always be Scholar in my mind.
IF YOU HAPPEN TO HAVE A REVIEW (OF ONE OF THE MOVIES ON THIS LIST) HIDDEN AWAY ON YOUR BLOG, DROP A LINK BELOW!
If I agree with your assessment of the film (or if your piece provides an interesting opposing view) I may link it.
There is no way I’m going to capture every great thing that happens in my personal web, let alone on the wider internet. The posts I feature here just happened to catch my eye. They resonated with me and whatever is going on in my life right now. And they are worth sharing.
You’re too kind.
Also, our name is Legion, for we are too lazy to think up a better creepy nickname. And we enjoy speaking of ourselves in the third-person plural.
You’re welcome and thank you … Legion.
* pauses to consider*
Nope. I’m gonna stick with Scholar.
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