Happy Haunted Holidays!

21 Dec

Happy Holidays (and Winter Solstice) to both our faithful and occasional visitors! This is a ghost investigator’s least busy time of year, for obvious reasons.  But hauntings go on, as with the “slightly haunted” house for sale in Pennsylvania.  It appears that the owner will part with his home and his ghost friends for a very reasonable price.
Visit our Links page for the details: http://www.lightinthedarkparanormal.com/links.html.

We hope your New Year will be a great one, and scary only when you want it to be!

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2 Responses to “Happy Haunted Holidays!”

  1. ghostbusterbev May 1, 2014 at 4:29 pm #

    Paul, I visited your website for the first time…very impressive!


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