Monthly Archives: April 2013

NEW BOOK released!

coverHello seekers of the strange and unusual! Our new book as been released! In this, we put together another amazing collection of true stories from our vast collection of paranormal stories. Though, this edition contains tales collected over many years, there are a some that have just been added this past year.

We talk about the Bermuda Triangle, Closet Monsters, the Infinite Universe, and perhaps, most amazingly, we go on a hunt for the elusive Snipe! Plus much much more, this is our biggest collection yet.

And for coming to this blog, you are very smart and deserving of a special 50% off code for the paperback edition. Just go to https://www.createspace.com/4184652 and use the coupon code: SCFWZMX4 and get the book for just $5.

If that’s too rich for your blood, you can pick up the ebook kindle edition for just .99 cents. http://www.amazon.com/Probably-True-Paranormal-Stories-ebook/dp/B00CB7R9H2/

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Bizarre Death Ritual For Students Was Sheriff’s Idea – With Dr. Steven Hawkings

Grim Reaper From Guitar Hero - Halloween (2006)

Grim Reaper From Guitar Hero – Halloween (2006) (Photo credit: Rob Boudon)

A news organization out of Bowling Green, KY, reports that the Grim Reaper himself has enlisted the help of a local Sheriff  in scaring teenage kids out of drinking and driving.

Apparently, there is a drunk driving epidemic in Bowling Green causing wide spread perishing among the young. It’s a workload that even Death can’t handle and he aims to reduce it. The Reaper met with the Sheriff and together they came up with a ritual that they hope will make a point and lead to smarter decisions from teenagers.

The ritual begins in a darkened gymnasium where each student holds a candle. At random, the Grim Reaper approaches a student and taps him/her on the shoulder. The student then blows out his/her candle and a paramedic rushes out to lay the student on the floor. A white sheet is placed over the student to simulate his/her death and live worms are thrown on top to represent the process of decomposition.

Later, fake obituaries are read to other students who don’t know they are fake. The hope is that these students will become much too depressed to go out and party anymore and thus solve the problem for good.

Now, I would like to make clear that it is sometimes necessary to use fictional characters to make a point more clear. Although the sheriff, the students and others were very real, an actor was hired to play the paramedic. However, it doesn’t make the message any less valid.

Join me next week for more strange tales.