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8/15/05 11:51 am - 0rpheo - Lizzie Borden Bed & Breakfast

Hallo, I'm new to the group but looking forward to participating.

I'll be spending a night at the Lizzie Borden Bed & Breakfast (yes, the very house where the murders took place) come Thursday. I know that a number of people have reported hearing, seeing or feeling things there, but I was curious if any of you had more information on the paranormal history of it. Even if you have a suggestion of how to better the paranormal experience, I'd be glad for some feedback.

Thank you!

~Orpheo

7/15/05 10:43 pm - la_fee_verte_

So EVP's sound safe. I think they'd be a lot of fun and pretty simple to do. So in my summer boredom, I'm considering doing one in my house just for the hell of it.
Is there anything that I should know? Have you done EVP's before?
Thank you!
(cross posted)

6/6/05 03:10 pm - mjtrumpet

wow this place gets really dead this time of the year...

OK... in the interest of getting things booming im going to try something that prob. wont work but lets try. Comment here with the best picture you have of something paranormal. Try to do something real and not some person running around in a sheet. So yeah do that and in a week I will put them up so you guy can vote for the best ones...lol

or if you guys think this is super lame... and whatever... just post.



*comments will be screened*
 

4/30/05 05:01 pm - 3rdrate - Strangewire

Strangewire.com

Hey, just wanted to let you guys know about Strangewire.com, a blog for all things paranormal, supernatural, and the like from legitimate news sources. Unlike the type of sites and columns that deal in "wacky news"-style articles about goofy work mishaps and amusing medical malpractice, Strangewire attempts to deal with phenomena that are part of a bigger question, from strange lights in the sky in the south-west US, to a man with claims of a haunting in Australia, from zombies and voodoo practice in Haiti to global government conspiracies. Fox Mulder's favorite blog, in other words. Recent articles include headlines such as "FLESH CHUNKS IN IOWA WATER LINES" and "NEW JAPANESE GHOST DETECTOR FOR SALE."

Check out Strangwire.com, or just add the livejournal feed here to your friends list.

Thanks!
Nick, SW

12/29/04 08:08 pm - fritters - Help please....

Okay, anyone who's been hanging around here and paying any attention would know I tend to scoff at any orb photos. Now I've got one of my own and I would scoff at it as well, but I can't imagine a piece of dust travelling at the speed this one would have had to to leave this long of a motion blur in a flash picture. And yes, it's on an old digital camera. This is our cat getting high off a Christmas gift from Grandma.

Cut because I didn't edit the picture at all for size...it's damn huge.Collapse )

Explanations are highly encouraged, especially since we've had a rat die in the last few weeks.....

12/13/04 12:26 am - planetmatt - Cutting it back up...

Just when I thought I was done slicing and dicing...

I had three "test screenings" last week of my (supernatural thriller) independent movie, CONJURE, and jeez am I glad I did. To any fellow aspiring filmmakers out there, I cannot recommend this enough... Wow.

Looks like it's back to the editing room. More cuts. More cuts. And then, even more cuts. (Screenshot from the flick below.)



Overall, the feedback on CONJURE was extremely positive. I'll tell you what, for the hundreds of times I've watched my own movie pretending to "see it for the first time" as my audience did, there really is nothing like experiencing it with an actual room full of people.

Yes, I was fortunate enough to get my audiences to write out their thoughts, comments, and suggestions, but even more than that, just being in the room to see how they reacted told me so much. In many cases, I realized how successful my efforts have been. I made people jump. I made people laugh. I made people scream. But I was able to really see which areas worked better than others.

As an example of humor, or areas with comic relief, there were places I thought for sure I'd have the place rolling, and instead there was silence. There were also places I thought were funny, but not LOL funny, and yet I was taken back by an uproar of laughter. Who knew?

Anyway, long story short, my earliest cut of the movie was over 3 hours, but that was just part of the assembling process. The first real draft was just under 2 hours. After showing a few friends, I cut it down to 1 hour, 45 minutes. And now, after these last three screenings, I'm really aiming for and hour and a half.

Hopefully the juice I'm getting rid of will only make it punchier than it already is. Better to leave them wanting more...

As always, you can find the latest on CONJURE by clicking here: ConjureTheMovie.Com

11/17/04 07:04 pm - planetmatt - More CONJURE stuff!

I wanted to share with you another set of pages from my sketchbook created specifically for my independent movie, CONJURE.



On a related note, the movie poster for CONJURE has just debuted exclusively on FANGORIA Magazine's website... You can check it out HERE!

Fun stuff!
 

11/6/04 10:41 pm - louisiana_punks - Louisiana Ghost LJ

New Louisiana Ghost live journal community.
This is a place to discuss haunted and paranormal spots in Louisiana.
Post your experiences,photos and info having to do with haunted Louisiana places and strange Louisiana happenings.

11/2/04 02:48 am - _esw_dragoon_77 - Regarding my last post... (http://www.livejournal.com/community/ghost_hunterx/8191.html)

I wish I had something to report about Halloween night. We went to the theatre, but one of the people in our small group had invited about ten other people without telling us and other people showed up because they had nothing better to do, so we had close to twenty people. At that point, it's pretty much becoming a tour instead of a learning experience. Nothing notable happened. A few cold spots, some broken planks in the loft, and some minor activity in the girl's bathroom. A few of the assholes who showed up were also trying to freak us out (albeit unsuccessfully) by whistling and laughing maniacally, then claiming that they heard nothing. We've got permission to go next weekend though, and our group will be no larger than eight. If anyone comes that I didn't approve of, I'm telling them to pack up and leave.
 

10/28/04 03:39 pm - i_love_cali

anyone have a story or read/heard something about the Bourbon Orleans Hotel in New Orleans? My sister and I are staying there Halloween night!
cross-posted.
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