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A stressful host produces a stressful ghost

March 7, 2019 SST

By Rick Hinton Can stressful situations escalate paranormal situations? I believe they can, and do. The last couple of weeks at the Hinton compound has been an example of this very thing. However you term […]

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Farewell to a Haunt: Conclusion

February 21, 2019 SST

By Rick Hinton Paranormal activity can hit its highs and lows at any location. It is a piece of the puzzle. This was certainly true of the former Odd Fellows Lodge in northern Indiana. Whatever […]

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Farewell to a haunt

February 14, 2019 SST

By Rick Hinton They say that familiarity can breed contempt. Familiarity can also bring comfort. Sometimes it’s something in between. Familiarity boils down to getting to know something very well. Can this also apply to […]

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Kentucky rumblings: conclusion

February 7, 2019 SST

By Rick Hinton Ghosts — imprints of a life once lived or harbingers of a future yet unfolding — are always with us, just sometimes buried. Sometimes in the night I feel them coming to […]

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Strange rumblings in Kentucky: Part II

January 31, 2019 SST

By Rick Hinton There are mysteries in southern Kentucky … secrets not obtained easily, yet secrets all the same, just inside the range of shadows. As with any small town across the country, some things […]

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Strange rumblings in Kentucky: Part 1

January 24, 2019 SST

By Rick Hinton It’s almost unreal how memories come flooding out of that compartment you’ve buried them in for so many years; especially valuable when you are working on a book of your teenage adventures. […]

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The Dead Files: Part II

January 17, 2019 SST

By Rick Hinton The words psychic, medium, clairvoyant and empath are different definitions for pretty much the same thing — the ability to use extrasensory perception to identify information hidden from the normal senses. While […]

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The Dead Files: Part I

January 10, 2019 SST

By Rick Hinton “My name is Amy Allan. I see dead people. I speak to dead people. And they speak to me. But there’s only one way to know if my findings are right. I […]