Another Internet Video Captures A Ghost! I recently stumbled across yet another internet video claiming to have captured 'evidence' of a ghost in the area that was… Read more “I Think I Saw a Ghost !”
Here Comes Hallowe’en Again As Hallowe’en fast approaches I thought I would throw together a little post with a few ideas that often bounce in and out… Read more “Have A Horrifically Fearful Hallowe’en 2016”
Follow my blog with Bloglovin Sun, Sea & Ghosts! Okay this time of year usually means holiday time and where better for me to take a few… Read more “A Haunted Holiday – The Royal Oak Swanage “
Towards the end of last year I had to make a drastic decision to back away from investigating the paranormal, which was based around my finances, the… Read more “I Just Can’t Keep Away!”
Since I have been old enough to understand the whole concept of heroes and vilans, I soon began to hold certain characters in higher regard! Oddly enough… Read more “The Sherlock Connection”
Last Saturday night saw some of the Farsight PRS team head down to Eastbourne and investigate a supposedly haunted theatre. The Royal Hippodrome Theatre has reports of… Read more “A Trip to the Theatre”
The Farsight PRS team headed to Harwich this weekend to investigate the Redoubt Fort. After I drove past the entrance a couple of times, realising that the… Read more “The Hidden Fort – Case Notes”
Post on mexico cities saint death protector of those that can’t afford a bulletproof vest or coat. Thanks to BBC’s Andrew Marr’s Megacities.
As ever some of my Blog posts seem to develop from some odd internet searches or even from a discussion or two. This one really surprised me given it was from watching a documentary I wasn’t going to watch at a time when I was meant to be writing something else!
I’m talking about Andrew Marr’s Megacities which was on last Thursday night. An interesting documentary series contrasting and comparing the megacities of our beloved planet. Andrew cleverly draws similarities between the cities by using the very elements they each have to deal with. In this case crime and violence, natural disasters such as floods and earthquakes, and sickness. Of course some cities are well prepared using modern technology to aid them, like Tokyo. Others are not so lucky with high numbers of slums.
What caught my paranormal interest was how the less fortunate in Mexico city would worship a saint directly linked to death above the usual more flashy Christian offerings. Simply because in their violent, gang riddled city this Saint Death or Santa Muerte produced results!