For fans of Amy Bruni and Adam Berry's paranormal TV show , the media preview of this week's episode reveals a whole new side of paranormal investigating. Or, to be more precise, the potential consequences of paranormal investigating and the ethical responsibilities for those communicating with spirits of the deceased.
Intrigued? Well, read on, but beware of mild spoilers ahead for this Friday's episode of Kindred Spirits,"The Executioner."
‘Kindred Spirits' Sees The ‘Needle' And The Damage Done
Many of the fans of shows like as well as other paranormal investigative programs dream of getting to investigate a haunted location themselves like Bruni and Berry. Unfortunately, the house Bruni and Berry investigate this week has been having an increase in paranormal activity since the resident brought in his friends to help do some investigating. The owner fell down some steps and feels he was pushed and that whatever is haunting his house is something "demonic."
A bizarre crime has occurred on the sidewalks and lawns of a quiet neighborhood in Colorado Springs. Witnesses have seen a female jogger abruptly stop along her jogging route, squat, and literally defecate on the well-manicured lawns and chiseled sidewalks of the suburbs. She has been eyed about once a week with her pants down around her ankles and leaving a very bizarre calling card.
Reports indicate that this woman jogger has been defecating on other people's property for at least a month, and reports of this jogger leaving her crass calling card have been reported to local police. What this woman is doing could have her of public defecation and indecent exposure, according to local ABC News in Colorado. After all, she is pulling her pants down to complete this activity in public.
A Colorado Springs, Colorado, woman dubbed the "Mad Pooper" is wanted by local police for repeatedly defecating in neighborhood yards while out jogging.
One family is shocked in their yard, leaving behind "human waste at least once a week," according to KKTV 11. Cathy Budde spoke to the local news media outlet, saying her children have witnessed the brazen jogger in the act.
Cathy told KKTV 11 the following about her children's encounter with the woman.
"They are like, ‘There's a lady taking a poop!' So I come outside, and I'm like... ‘are you serious? Are you really taking a poop in right here in front of my kinds[sic]!?' She's like, ‘Yeah, sorry!'"
The family of a Kansas man is demanding answers after his decomposing body was found in an airport parking lot, where it had apparently sat, unnoticed, for eight months.
As the Kansas City Star , Randy Potter, of Lenexa, Kansas, went missing in January of this year. While authorities and his family frantically searched for any information about his whereabouts, his decomposing body sat in his truck, in plain sight of anyone who would have chanced to look his way, in a parking lot at Kansas City International Airport.
Potter, who at the time was 53 and a manager at T-Mobile, was last seen alive on the morning of January 17. His disappearance was reported to Lenexa and Kansas City police, who were initially helpful, circulating fliers about the man's disappearance and asking the public's help in finding him.
In less than one week, the world is reportedly going to end, according to some of the recent happenings, but hasn't everyone heard this before? There have always been those who believe in conspiracy theories and who think that things such as , Hurricane Irma, and the total solar eclipse are signs of the end of times. There have been countless times in the past that people predicted the end of the world, but they just never seemed to happen.
A number of people are very up in arms right now as Christian numerologist David Meade states the world will end on September 23, 2017, according to Biblical scripture. Fox News reports that Meade thinks the hurricanes and eclipse were and that all is lining up for the end of the world this Saturday.
Swinging dumbbells and chewing gum, several elderly Japanese gathered at a shrine in downtown Tokyo on Monday in sweltering temperatures, belying their age and importance in one of the world's most rapidly aging societies.
At Pet Rainbow Fiesta, a pet funeral expo, held in Tokyo on Monday, visitors were given a host of options on performing rites for dead pets, including cremation, constructing a household altar and making offerings of incense.
It's a common practice for newlyweds or soon-to-wed couples to rent a horse and carriage before and after their wedding festivities. Carriage rides have long been associated with embracing romance or a simpler time, and it's a widely used mode of transportation on wedding days.
A recent story containing those elements has gone viral, but not for the reason one could hope.
One newly married couple from Italy got more than they bargained for when the horse pulling their wedding carriage collapsed on the street from heat exhaustion. The couple, unnamed, was near Sicily, Italy on the way to their church, when their white Stallion after pulling them up a steep hill, according to Metro.
Scientists taking on the deep questions of whether cats are liquid or solid, how holding a crocodile influences gambling and whether playing the didgeridoo can help cure snoring were honored Thursday at the Ig Nobel Prize spoof awards.
Venezuela's government this week urged citizens to see rabbits as more than "cute pets" as it defended a plan to breed and eat them even as the opposition says this would do nothing to end chronic food shortages.
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It's been 16 years since the September 11 terror attack, and the internet is still providing new conspiracy theories every other day. After the carnage of the 9/11 attack, different theories allegedly blamed different powerful government officials, and some even reportedly suggested that the U.S. government might have been behind those attacks.
Of course, these theories can easily be debunked as speculation and nonsense, but there are many conspiracy theorists who still believe that the disappearance of a trillion dollars points to a more sinister side of the attack.
According to a conspiracy theory, the day before the 9/11 attack, former Secretary of Defense Donald Rumsfeld admitted the Pentagon managed to somehow lose $2.3 trillion from its budget. This would have been a massive story during that time, but it was completely forgotten the next day as the entire world witnessed the attacks on the Twin Towers.
"According to some estimates we cannot track $2.3 trillion in transactions," Rumsfeld admitted.
Five nurses who work at a Denver hospital were suspended for opening a body bag just for the purpose of viewing a deceased man's genitals. This occurred after talk of the well-endowed deceased patient spiked their curiosity.
The Denver Health Medical Center administration got wind of a deceased patient's genitals stirring up a curiosity among some on their nursing staff and investigated. They learned that the deceased patient became a stop for curious nurses even before the patient died at the hospital.