We're back from Italy! It was so much fun traveling with my Italian-American friend who's a practicing Streaga (an Italian witch). But she did tend to take me to the most creeptastic places, like the spooky gardens of Villa Cimbrone, in Ravello. It was... weird. Maybe some day I'll tell you about it.
But enough about me. Onward to this week's paranormal news!
1) The house of John Proctor, the man accused of witchcraft during the Salem witch trials and pressed to death, is going on the market. It looks kind of nice. But it's probably haunted. I mean, what are the odds?
4) And speaking of Bigfoot, a Pennsylvania town is celebrating his relation, the legendary Albatwich. Yeah, I'd never heard of it either. But this blog is ALL about education, folks!
5) The History Channel has a new show about Project Bluebook, the Air Force program to "investigate" (or was it obfuscate?) the truth about UFOs. Now if only I had cable TV...
About the Author
Maddie Kosloski is the fictional proprietor of the imaginary San Benedetto Paranormal Museum. You can read about her adventures in The Perfectly Proper Paranormal Museum series of cozy mystery novels.