Top Ten Tips If You’re In A Haunted House

Then there are the people that seek my help in dealing with Haunted Houses. There are a lot of things that can go wrong with a house, and I’m not just talking about termites and black mold. [Read more...]

Lizzie Borden: The Ghost Story Waiting to Be Heard

My great-grandmother lived just down the street from Lizzie Borden, and the information in this post has been waiting to be heard for over 100 years. The crime unfolded this way, on August 4th 1892 the maid of the house, Bridget Sullivan found the first body. In the days that followed Lizzie Borden was indicted for the murder of her father Andrew Borden and his wife Abby. [Read more...]

The Horrors of American Horror Story Coven: A Voodoo Priestess’ Perspective

The season is full of tropes, tricks, and trash and it’s time to get real. I salute their attempt to show Voodoo as a method of social control, but, and here’s my own cliché for you: we don’t need no stinking zombies. [Read more...]

Taking Real Pictures of Ghosts: 10 Tips for Better Paranormal Photography

For the past decade I have been teaching a workshop on Psychic Photography, Video and Audio Recording. The following advice can be utilized not just for capturing ghosts on film, but for recording rituals (when permitted) and other spiritual happenings. [Read more...]

The Dead Are Too Much With Us

The following ancestor poem is in honor of this Shocktober and Halloween. I wrote it some years back about the lascivious spirits of the dead in Voodoo. Please feel free to comment, share or add your own poetic Ancestral musings! [Read more...]

Congo Squared Redux

Lilith Dorsey’s post-Katrina spoken word offering for the Voodoo ghosts of yesterday and today in historic Congo Square. You gather there today to dance and drum and honor. You gathered there yesterday to dance and drum and honor.
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