Footsteps Into The Paranormal…

…As the moon begins to glow and the day has bid goodbye, darkness invites the unknown to come out and play. And for centuries this has been the way.

Humans have always had a fascination and fear with the unexplained and the weird. Some choose to ignore it and scoff at those of us that speak openly about this strange world of ours. But eventually, sooner or later, something will happen to force all of us to face our own mortality.

From a very young age I have believed in more than what you can just see, touch, feel, hear and smell. I have “sensed” too. Now I do not claim to have any extraordinary psychic powers and can heal the sick with my bare hands or anything like that. But I have always sensed there were other things out there in the darkness… Looking back at me.

Sometimes those things felt as if they were just as curious about me as I was about them. Other times they felt downright malicious and evil. Ready to lunge out and grab me, to drag me back into the darkness with it. Enough to make my legs shake and run so fast at the same time, they would feel as if they were about to fall right off my body.

Afterwards I would lie awake for hours, with the blankets covering my entire body, as I lay…. still as the dead in the dark… and let my ears become my eyes. Waiting for something to slip the blanket from me and present itself. I would just beg for daylight to save me.

I have had many experiences with the supernatural in my lifetime. Some of it directly and much of it indirectly. On this site I would like to share with you many of those experiences and I invite you to share yours as well.

I have a keen interest in all things supernatural. Some of topics coming up will include:
Shadow People
Men In Black
Loch Ness Monster
Incubus / Succubus’
Ouija Boards
Tarot Cards… And a variety of other subjects.

Again, I do not claim to be an expert in any of these areas but I am allowing myself to walk through the veil of this world into the other. To explore. To Discuss. To Share. To shed a little light onto many of these curious and sometimes frightening topics.

In the famous last words of many before me, “What harm can be done?”…

Let us begin.