Tag Archives: Paranormal

Haunted Churches

I recall within my first year of paranormal investigation, me and a couple of friends searched through this old abandon church for evidence of ghosts. Many years, we all heard the stories surrounding the building from ghosts to seal away demons. In the hours spent combing through the structure yielded nothing for clues of the paranormal, yet provided a valuable lesson of obtaining permission before conducting any investigation, as that evening ended with a fine for trespassing. This memory resurfaced only after watching this YouTube video about haunted churches.


What The Cards Hold For 2018

I would like to wish everyone a Happy New Year, as we start off 2018 with this post. In the continuous pursuit of knowledge about the paranormal, I decided on the addition of a section for Abnormal Realm covering the mysticism within this world. This will contain information involving tarot cards, crystals, alchemist, divination, automatic writing and other supernatural practices. There are plans on contacting guess bloggers on sharing their expertise and experiences on such subjects.

In this first post, we look into tarot cards along with tarot card readings and there is no other person I know with a more intimate knowledge than Ashlie McDiarmid. Ashlie is trained and experienced in the art of tarot card reading, offering her services in person and online. She operates her own business, Tea and Tombstones, where she engages clients with their own customized reading sessions. Abnormal Realms welcomes Ashlie as the first guess blogger of 2018.

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Loving The Dead

Despite differences in any society or culture, you could find in many of their folklore common imaginary about the supernatural. Since the earliest human civilization, there have been stories about people returning from the grave needing to feed upon humans to substance themselves. Legends of these creatures are told across the global including Japan with its folklore holding some morbid myths such as the Hone-onna.

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