paranormal activity

Horror Asks

The Silence of the Lambs: What was something that you used to be afraid of that you aren’t afraid of anymore?

It: What do you believe in?

The Nightmare on Elm Street: Have you ever had problems sleeping? Any nightmares? 

Friday the Thirteenth: What would you do for those you love? 

Psycho: What was your childhood like? 

Texas Chainsaw Massacre: If you could go into the past and change anything, what would you change?

The Ring: What’s your favorite tv show? What do you think about the effect of media on people? 

Saw: If you were given only one week to live, how would you spend it?

Scream: Are you excited for the future? 

Jaws: How prepared are you for most of the situations you’re put in? How well can you handle situations that you’re put in, especially if they make you uncomfortable?

Dr. Giggles: If you had to lose a body part, which one would you choose and why?

The Amityville Horror: Why do you like your favorite book as much as you do?

Silent Hill: If you could go anywhere without worrying about money, where would you go? Where are some places that reality feels distorted for you? 

The Conjuring: If you could learn any new skill, what would you learn? 

Insidious: When you were a child, what job did you want when you got older? What job do you have now? Do you like it? Why or why not? If you could have any job, what would it be? 

Cooties: How well do you protect against germs? Do you get sick often? 

The Babadook: What is something keeping you from truly being happy?

Annabelle: What did you do for fun as a child?

Black Christmas: What’s your favorite holiday? Why is it your favorite? What are some good memories you have with it?

Hellraiser:  Are some lives worth more than others?

Silent Night, Bloody Night: What’s your least favorite holiday? Why is it your least favorite? 

Children of the Corn: Do you believe in a higher power? 

Carrie: Have you ever been told something you didn’t want to be/gotten news you didn’t want to? 

Cloverfield: If you were in the zombie apocalypse/alien invasion, would you hide, and if so, where would you hide? What group of people would you want with you through this? 

Halloween: What is your favorite thing to wear (example: jacket, hat, gloves, a specific shirt)

The Haunting: Have you ever been convinced that your house is haunted or that a ghost or other villain was after you? 

Paranormal Activity: Do you believe in the supernatural?

Evil Dead: Who is someone you look up to and why? 

The Exorcist: What’s your relationship with your parents? 

In Wexford you can find Loftus Hall, which is renowned as Ireland’s Most Haunted House 

Supposedly haunted by the ghost of Lady Anne Loftus, the mansion is said to have been visited by the devil himself. A uniquely spooky place (that’s also beautiful and haunting), Loftus Hall is in its element at Halloween, when adults and children from all over the world come in search of spooky tales and paranormal activity.

Hook Lighthouse which also features in the image is the ‘the worlds oldest working lighthouse in the world’.

The Dunbrody famine ship shown had a significant role in the history of emigration during the famine.

Find out more about Wexford here

(Wexford reimagined by tumblr artist Fergal O’Connor)


Okay so this shit is a true crime/ghost experience podcast called And That’s Why We Drink. It’s run by these 2 girls named Em and Christine, Em used to explore haunted places for a living and she covers any ghost stories on the show while Christine covers true crime stories. They have like 70 smth episodes out so far and go into EXTREME detail about victims/how they were killed and killers + their mindsets. They give the 100% stories, not just bits and pieces but WHOLE ASS STORIES. Each episode is like an hour long and they cover heard of and unheard of hauntings+killings. They also have listener episodes where listeners can submit their paranormal experiences to be read on the podcast! It’s extremely fucking worth listening to whenever you can so please enjoy this shit, theyre on tour rn but unfortunately shows are only 18+. All their episodes are free on Spotify, iTunes, etc; and Spotify let’s u play them in order, not shuffle.

The Amityville Ghost Boy

Taken in 1976 by Gene Campbell during an investigation by Ed and Lorraine Warren, the Amityville Ghost Boy has been a subject of much controversy. The ghost in the photo is said to be the spirit of John Defeo, one of the family members murdered in the home just years before. The Lutz family lived in the home after the murders but fled the home after a series of terrifying paranormal events within a period of 4 weeks, leaving everything behind.

The Amityville Horror has become one of the world’s most famous hauntings, and has become the subject of multiple books, movies, documentaries and other media. The house recently just sold for $850,000 to brave new owners. What do you think of the photo? Genuine or staged? It is no doubt that the home is haunted, is it really that hard to believe that this photo could be genuine? The answer lies in the home, perhaps the new owners will have some insight into the activity within the house.


The Haunted Stanley Hotel

in 1903 Freelan Oscar Stanley became sick with tuberculosis, and underwent his treatment of “fresh air” in Colorado’s rocky mountains. By 1907 he had recovered and the Stanley Hotel was opened in 1909 in Estes Park, Colorado. It didn’t take long for the paranormal activity to start though, in 1911 a housekeeper was struck with lightning in room 217. She survived, but since then room 217 and the rest of the hotel has become a hot spot for paranormal activity.

The two pictures above both feature ghostly apparitions taken by the hotel’s guests. The photo on the left was taken by a man named Henry on the Grand Staircase, which appears to show a figure of a woman dressed in period clothing at the top of the stairs. The photo on the right was taken by John Mausling and shows what appears to be the ghost of a young girl also on the Grand Staircase, and another figure wearing a black hat walking up the adjacent stairs, the second figure is however disputed. Other guests report doors that open and shut on their own, unexplained footsteps in the middle of the night, and the sounds of children running and laughing in the halls. Steven King wrote his book The Shining, after being inspired from a night he spent in room 217. It’s no doubt the hotel is extremely haunted, but if you don’t believe me then go ahead and stay a night. I’m sure you will change your mind.