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Ri Ra Irish Pub in #Charlotte, #NorthCarolina:​Guests at #Ri…

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Ri Ra Irish Pub in #Charlotte, #NorthCarolina:​Guests at #Ri…

Ri Ra Irish Pub in #Charlotte, #NorthCarolina:​

Guests at #Ri #Ra #Irish #Pub in Charlotte, North Carolina report witnessing #apparitions, as well as experiencing other unexplained #paranormal activity, such as cold spots, and strange disembodied sounds.

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http://www.ghostquest.net/haunted-north-carolina.html

Source: Ghost Quest USA


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FOIA Request Reveals List of Research Papers Produced under the Defense Intelligence Agency's Advanced Aerospace Threat and Identification Program

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FOIA Request Reveals List of Research Papers Produced under the Defense Intelligence Agency's Advanced Aerospace Threat and Identification Program

FOIA Request Reveals List of Research Papers Produced under the Defense Intelligence Agency’s Advanced Aerospace Threat and Identification Program:

A Freedom of Information Act (FOIA) request submitted by
Steven Aftergood, director of the Federation of American Scientists’ Project on
Government Secrecy, was answered January 16th in the form of a document
listing 38 research papers produced under the Defense Intelligence Agency’s
(DIA) Advanced Aerospace Threat and Identification Program (AATIP).

The list of research papers tells us something more than
previous reporting did about this odd program,” Aftergood reportedly told
Vice’s Motherboard in an email. “Now we have a better idea of
exactly what the Defense Intelligence Agency was up to, and what it produced.”

For
the full article, including the list of documents, visit The Singular Fortean
Society.

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witchsaidwhat: Southern Gothic (also known as Gothic…

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witchsaidwhat: Southern Gothic (also known as Gothic…

witchsaidwhat:

Southern Gothic (also known as Gothic Americana, or Dark Folk) is a genre of music characterized by a fusion of alternative rock and classic country/folk. The genre shares thematic connections with the Southern Gothic genre of literature, and indeed the parameters of what makes something Gothic Americana appears to have more in common with literary genres than traditional musical ones. Songs often examine poverty, criminal behavior, religious imagery, death, ghosts, family, lost love, alcohol, murder, the devil and betrayal.


“It was always so hot, and everyone was so polite, and everything was all surface but underneath it was like a bomb waiting to go off. I always felt that way about the South, that beneath the smiles and southern hospitality and politeness were a lot of guns and liquor and secrets.”
James McBride, The Color of Water: A Black Man’s Tribute to His White Mother


As a southern woman and a southern witch, I can assure you that our region is haunted: by the past, by ghosts, by untold secrets, by an ancient magic that so few know how to tap into.  This music has always been an inspiration to my craft.  I hope you enjoy the as much as I loved creating it.  –Salt


Listen to “Ghost Rivers: a Southern Gothic Playlist” on Spotify.

Source: Tales of Necromancy


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bernerstahp: Them: I love romantic girls! Me: Oh, you misunderstand- I’m a Romantic girl. I’m only…

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bernerstahp: Them: I love romantic girls! Me: Oh, you misunderstand- I’m a Romantic girl. I’m only…

bernerstahp:

Them: I love romantic girls!

Me: Oh, you misunderstand- I’m a Romantic girl. I’m only interested in ghosts, Nature, and how the Industrial Revolution is crippling my spirit.

Source: Tales of Necromancy


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Queens University of Charlotte in #Charlotte,…

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Queens University of Charlotte in #Charlotte,…

Queens University of Charlotte in #Charlotte, #NorthCarolina:

Founded in 1857, #Queens #University in Charlotte, North Carolina is said to be #haunted by the #spirit of a young #woman who committed #suicide. Students also report witnessing the #apparitions of former #Civil #War soldiers.

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http://www.ghostquest.net/haunted-north-carolina.html

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March 2019 #614

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March 2019 #614

(#613 is not a part of this record because drama is tedious.)

H: Darlin’.

Me: Morning.

H: Coffee?

Me: You’re up and about.

H: Don’t look too
surprised.

Me: Coffee would be great
– if you already have some on the stove.

H: Here.

Me: Thank you. So, S
left?

H: On Sunday.

Me: Finally felt she
could report to your family you weren’t about to cough yourself into oblivion?

H: Something like that. (coughing)
And you – your weekend?

Me: After the beginning
incident everything was quiet and pleasant. Turned out Kal hadn’t meant to do
anything melodramatic this time, just un-jam and clean the gun. Although I
don’t think one should do even that whilst inebriated.

H: Still loaded then?

Me: Yes. I though she might
be which was why I never touched the trigger when I hid her away.

H: …I worry Kal is not
as competent as he believes.

Me: It’s more like… he doesn’t
think being drunk applies to him. Everyone else is illogical and reckless and
dumb when drunk – but not him.

H: (coughing) That is
the curse of whiskey!

Me: Well, it seems to
have struck him especially hard.

H: Why d’you think
everyone shot one another? Why Dodge said ‘no guns in town’?

Me: ‘Cos whiskey makes
men stupid, and guns and stupidity is a bad mix.

H: (wry) Women are not immune to the devilry of drink.

Me: I never said they
weren’t – but fewer of them were heeled!

H: I considered getting
K a derringer for her reticule. On the whole I am glad I did not.

Me: You figure she would
have shot you?

H: Yes. On more than one
occasion.

Me: Did your arguments
get really bad?

H: Once or twice.

Me: What were they about?

H: …JR. …And money. I
despise both topics. And K could bully or play games to try to get her way – I
never cared for that. (coughing)

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