Amethyst crystals are generally one of the first gems people are attracted to when begin their crystal healing journey. This doesn’t come as much of a surprise since amethyst healing properties have been valued for thousands of years. As early as 25,000 B.C, the Neolithic people in Europe and the ancient Egyptians prized it for its … Continue reading CRYSTALS THE POWER OF AMETHYST HEALING PROPERTIES BY HEATHER ASKINOSIE
Hello lovely people. Do you put on a mask sometimes, like everything in your life is going great, but in reality, your soul is crying because the darkness is closing in around you and you're lonely? A lot of people are like this, and they refuse to admit it. Most of the time we put … Continue reading Take that damn mask off! By The Silver Sage Witch
By Katy Prickett BBC News By Katy PrickettBBC News Image copyrightTIM FOX-GODDEN Image captionThe dog is called Black Shuck in East Anglia, Hairy Jack in Lincolnshire and Barghest in Yorkshire and Lancashire The beast captio Terrifying tales of "hell hounds" - ferocious black dogs, eyes glowing and teeth bared as they wreak vengeance on the … Continue reading The terrifying story of the ‘hell hound’ – BBC News
I have always loved scary stories. From watching Scooby Doo religously every afternoon at my grandma’s house to reading my first horror novel (“It” by Stephen King) when I was in 4th grade, I was born a connoisseur of the frightening. I remember one of the most interesting and terrifying stories to me was The … Continue reading The True Story Behind The Legend of Sleepy Hollow -by Amanda Pallay
THINKSTOCK Feline friends and fans know there is nothing to fear from the world’s most cuddly creatures (sorry, red pandas, corgi puppies, and fluffy bunnies, this is a cat’s world), but the persistence of the pesky belief that black cats are somehow bad luck has endured for centuries. Sure, back during the heyday of Egyptian rule … Continue reading Why Are Black Cats Considered Bad Luck? BY KATE ERBLAND
Under the watchful gaze of crumbling saints and baby-faced cherubs, you hurry down a path lined with mausoleums. Eventually, you pass crops of headstones glinting in the moonlight, each engraved with the CliffsNotes version of the dead person's life. You practically run past sunken graves and dying flowers, hoping upon hope that the sound you … Continue reading What makes graveyards scary? Why graveyards are scary?
By: MADDI MCGILLVRAY When one thinks about Ireland they often picture lush green hills, rolling cliffs, and maybe a pint of Guinness or two. But just like any place with a rich history, Ireland has its fair share of hauntings. With St. Patrick’s Day right around the corner, why not celebrate early by taking a … Continue reading 10 Terrifying Haunted Castles in Ireland | Rue Morgue