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People have been posting their creepy/paranormal stories and experiences on the my tag for a while now. I’ve read many great ones. Some are actually heart-warming, others a bit terrifying. Here’s a compilation of the top 10.
THE MISCARRIAGE:  The story of Ms.L who unfortunately lost her child, but he wasn’t completely gone. 
WHAT THE CAMERA FOUND: You can make out half of a human torso 
MOTHER’S DAY: Mother’s day isn’t a happy day for everyone
CONSEQUENCES: The scars someone received from playing the bath game, a Japanese game where you conjure up a ghastly woman who rises out of water
LITTLE MISS NO NAME: An interesting doll with a peculiar history
WHAT CHILDREN SEE: A fascinating account of an adorable, little girl and what ghostly presence she sees 
SOMETHING IS WRONG: I like this because sometimes you feel something is wrong even though you can’t put your finger on it. The sense of dread can be deafening. 
I CAN TALK TO GHOSTS: Back when I first started my blog, someone submitted to me a personal account of what their life is like as someone who is more in tune to the paranormal
NEVER DOUBT YOUR INTUITION: You’ll understand why after reading her story
REINCARNATION CASES: A 3 year old child’s claims of who he was before in the past life. Extremely interesting. 

sixpenceee:

People have been posting their creepy/paranormal stories and experiences on the my tag for a while now. I’ve read many great ones. Some are actually heart-warming, others a bit terrifying. Here’s a compilation of the top 10.

  1. THE MISCARRIAGE:  The story of Ms.L who unfortunately lost her child, but he wasn’t completely gone. 
  2. WHAT THE CAMERA FOUNDYou can make out half of a human torso 
  3. MOTHER’S DAY: Mother’s day isn’t a happy day for everyone
  4. CONSEQUENCESThe scars someone received from playing the bath game, a Japanese game where you conjure up a ghastly woman who rises out of water
  5. LITTLE MISS NO NAMEAn interesting doll with a peculiar history
  6. WHAT CHILDREN SEEA fascinating account of an adorable, little girl and what ghostly presence she sees 
  7. SOMETHING IS WRONGI like this because sometimes you feel something is wrong even though you can’t put your finger on it. The sense of dread can be deafening. 
  8. I CAN TALK TO GHOSTSBack when I first started my blog, someone submitted to me a personal account of what their life is like as someone who is more in tune to the paranormal
  9. NEVER DOUBT YOUR INTUITIONYou’ll understand why after reading her story
  10. REINCARNATION CASESA 3 year old child’s claims of who he was before in the past life. Extremely interesting. 
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newsweek:

He had been dead for over two years, but he still had a magic touch with readers.
When best-selling author C. David Heymann’s latest (and last) book, Joe and Marilyn: Legends in Love, came out in July, it received the kind of reviews most authors would kill for.
The Columbus Dispatch called it an “engrossing portrait.” The Christian Science Monitor and the New York Post raved. Kirkus Reviews said it was “a well-researched story” revealing the “profoundly unethical behavior of the medical and mental health professionals who dealt with [Monroe].” The popular Canadian magazine Maclean’s praised Heymann’s research, finding “his sources credible.”
The publisher, a subsidiary of media behemoth CBS, says Joe and Marilyn tells “the riveting true story” of the lusty, tempestuous and brief marriage between the Yankees slugger and the iconic actress.
In this and his previous 10 books, Heymann served up intimate details no other celebrity biographer could match. It was often titillating and sometimes shocking stuff. In Joe and Marilyn, Heymann wrote that DiMaggio beat Monroe, wiretapped her home and stalked her by skulking around in disguises, wearing a fake beard and for hours holding up a copy of The New York Times so no one would notice him in the lobby of the Waldorf Astoria hotel.
In May 2012, Heymann fell dead in the lobby of his New York City apartment building, but that presented no problem for his publisher, according to Emily Bestler, who edited his last four books. She told Newsweek during a phone conversation in July that Heymann was “a true professional” who “finished the book before he died.”
Still, Bestler said, she paid to have the book thoroughly fact-checked just to make sure all was in order. Nothing troubling turned up, she told me, not even a misspelled name.
Bestler’s mood changed when I told her I wanted to discuss numerous fabrications Newsweek had uncovered in Joe and Marilyn. She cut me off in mid-sentence, shouting that such questions were improper because she had thought I was calling only to ask about the marketing of a book by a dead author. She then declared that “this is getting ugly” and hung up.
C. David Heymann’s Lies About JFK and Jackie, Marilyn Monroe and Elizabeth Taylor

newsweek:

He had been dead for over two years, but he still had a magic touch with readers.

When best-selling author C. David Heymann’s latest (and last) book, Joe and Marilyn: Legends in Love, came out in July, it received the kind of reviews most authors would kill for.

The Columbus Dispatch called it an “engrossing portrait.” The Christian Science Monitor and the New York Post raved. Kirkus Reviews said it was “a well-researched story” revealing the “profoundly unethical behavior of the medical and mental health professionals who dealt with [Monroe].” The popular Canadian magazine Maclean’s praised Heymann’s research, finding “his sources credible.”

The publisher, a subsidiary of media behemoth CBS, says Joe and Marilyn tells “the riveting true story” of the lusty, tempestuous and brief marriage between the Yankees slugger and the iconic actress.

In this and his previous 10 books, Heymann served up intimate details no other celebrity biographer could match. It was often titillating and sometimes shocking stuff. In Joe and Marilyn, Heymann wrote that DiMaggio beat Monroe, wiretapped her home and stalked her by skulking around in disguises, wearing a fake beard and for hours holding up a copy of The New York Times so no one would notice him in the lobby of the Waldorf Astoria hotel.

In May 2012, Heymann fell dead in the lobby of his New York City apartment building, but that presented no problem for his publisher, according to Emily Bestler, who edited his last four books. She told Newsweek during a phone conversation in July that Heymann was “a true professional” who “finished the book before he died.”

Still, Bestler said, she paid to have the book thoroughly fact-checked just to make sure all was in order. Nothing troubling turned up, she told me, not even a misspelled name.

Bestler’s mood changed when I told her I wanted to discuss numerous fabrications Newsweek had uncovered in Joe and Marilyn. She cut me off in mid-sentence, shouting that such questions were improper because she had thought I was calling only to ask about the marketing of a book by a dead author. She then declared that “this is getting ugly” and hung up.

C. David Heymann’s Lies About JFK and Jackie, Marilyn Monroe and Elizabeth Taylor

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