I'll be honest. The paranormal news was a little light this week. (Whenever I have to resort to ghost photos, you can tell I'm really stretching). But I did manage to round up five tasty paranormal news items for your reading pleasure.
1) From Norfolk, Canada, the local preservation society is seeking to get a local cemetery's "witch's gate" designated a historical landmark. According to legend, witches can't navigate square corners, hence the shape of the gate.
2) Did a ghost appear in this Florida teen's selfie to remind them to buckle up? I confess, I'm not seeing the ghost in this picture, but seatbelts are a good thing.
3) Another university is offering classes on the paranormal, this time on the "cognitive science of the paranormal," or the personal meanings of paranormal experiences.
4) Where do Tarot cards get their fortune telling power from? A nice overview of the history of Tarot and some general fortune telling principles.
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Kirsten Weiss writes genre-blending cozy mystery, urban fantasy, and steampunk suspense, mixing her experiences and imagination to create a vivid world of magic and mayhem.