Chester County, Pennsylvania — Chester County Living, a newspaper (part of the Daily News) in southeast Pennsylvania, outside Philadelphia, has reported some unexplained events – even ghostly – as Halloween approaches. But that’s not the half of it! Delving into some of the investigations of the area’s premier ghost investigative group, the Chester County Paranormal Research Society, this very “with it” publication did a fine job of making the bumps in the night go bump in the night. Now, we all know that Halloween is a great time for ghostly adventures, but what most people don’t know is that a good ghost team will tackle those ghosty guys all year long.
Sadly though I cannot remember a single one of these books. When I saw that Goosebumps movies were being aired on television this month though I of course set up my TIVO to catch every episode.
There was a small vegetable garden just beside that poor cottage. The cottage livers said that the time they went to open the door, they saw something moving in that garden. They believed that the ghosts hid in that vegetable garden. Hearing this, the police also did clear the vegetable garden but though they even didn’t get any proves for the existence of ghost ladies there.
As with the two films before it, a family is aware of ghosts of temple newsam in their home and is documenting it all on video. If the trailer is really a good sampling of the entire film, looks like writers Christopher B. Landon and Oren Peli are pushing the scare tactic limits for a good thrill.
Other movies that were nominated for Oscars last week Paranormal blog online picked up some extra revenue this weekend including Lincoln which went from eighth to seventh and Silver Linings Playbook which went from twelfth to tenth. Meanwhile, last weekend’s surprise number one movie, the horror flick “Texas Chainsaw 3D”, dropped from first all the way to ninth.
Finally, whatever paranormal team you contact should respond appropriately to your inquiries. If they don’t seem to be able to answer your email or phone call in a timely fashion, or simply not have answers for some of your questions, this doesn’t bode well for the type of investigation and support they will likely provide. And, on a related note, be wary of any investigators who put off an air of expertise. The fact is, while ghosts may indeed exist, there is no solid scientific evidence for them yet. So anyone who claims to have all the answers or can “guarantee” they can remove a ghost from your house is simply lying. Simply put, no one can guarantee this.
Up to this point, I thought the movie was worth watching. I don’t want to ruin the movie for those who still plan on seeing it but I must confess it suddenly takes a turn way off course. It goes from being a movie on whether demons are real and exorcism is still needed in the world to being a movie in the vein of the Wicker Man, which was not a good idea. Cotton becomes the typical stupid character in a horror movie, although he does grow as a character. I personally cannot recommend the movie, though, and see it as a movie with a ton of potential, that drops the ball completely. I also would hope that it would be the last “documentary” horror movie for a while, but with Paranormal Activity 2 on the way, I doubt it.