An outdoorsy girl with a spooky side
22-year-old blogger and photographer
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4 Legends and Lore of Washington State
The Pacific Northwest is known for a lot of things. Most of them revolve around the hipster and independent music scene that Washington state is famous for, having birthed musical legends such as Jimi Hendrix, Kurt Kobain and Pearl Jam. But what many aren’t aware of is the region’s extensive history of the paranormal. From lake monsters to UFO’s and the infamous Bigfoot, the Pacific Northwest has staked its claim in the history books as one of the premiere places for the unknown.
Shows on Hulu (That Aren't Ghost Adventures) to Spice up Your Paranormal Binge Session
Whether you’re here because you need your Halloween fix of horror, or you’re a year round connoisseur of the creepy, you were probably pulled in by the title. Hulu has officially cornered the market on paranormal investigation with their plethora of offerings in the genre. But even with all the shows in one place, it can be a daunting task to figure out which are actually worth your time. So instead of wasting your time, I wasted mine! I’ve compiled a list of different TV show offerings, all of which are sure to scare your socks off! And regarding the title, I have nothing against Ghost Adventures, but I think it’s safe to say that they’ve dominated the airwaves for long enough! It’s time to introduce some fresh favorites!
***Names and locations have been omitted for privacy, and out of respect for the victim.*** Small town tragedies hit harder, I think. When you walk the streets, you can notice the emptiness, whereas in a big city, you don’t notice the absence of just one. In a small town, you know everyone and everyone knows you by your parents' names. After a tragedy, there are places you can never go again, pictures you can’t look at without thinking of what you missed and may have brought somebody a feeling of peace they’d longed for. Too distracted by what was in the distance, you couldn’t see what was right in front of your face.
We Need to Talk About Michael Myers...
Arguments such as this have been going on since the beginning of time. Whether they be about political, religious or literary staples, there seems to be a silent agreement to disagree. While I’m unqualified to weigh in on those centuries-old debates, I like to consider myself qualified to lead the charge in one decades-old argument.
They say the summer of ‘16 was one for the books. The weather was right, the vibes were immaculate. We had everything and nothing to live for at the same time. Riding through the night, feeling the wind on our faces made us forget the wars we were born into and the crippling anxiety around every corner. College looked fun, but the debt didn’t, so who the hell cares if you didn’t make it to 18? It’s not like there’ll be much beyond that. We were young, dumb and falling in and out of love, it didn’t matter with who.
Operator Log: September 14, 1994: 10:22pm “Uh, yeah, hi. This is Ellison Mack. I live at 14132 East Wooden Blvd. Listen, there’s been some noises coming from outside my daughter’s room. I lit a candle in the window, I think maybe it’s attracting an animal of some kind, She says it sounds like scratching. Every time I walk into the room it stops, but I was wondering if maybe you could send a car to drive by the house just to check it out. I’m sure it’s only an animal, but it would really set me and my daughter’s minds at ease. Thank you.”
Universe i love you
Falling in love with the world is harder for some. In the words of Elizabeth Gilbert, “‘I’m going to get out of bed’ is sometimes the most heroic sentence of the day.” On the days I don’t want to get out of bed, I feel the world crashing around me. Expectations and guilt weigh on me heavier than my broken heart and nothing feels like it could take the stress off of my shoulders. Writing helps sometimes, but other forms of art tend to do the trick a little bit better.
With so many streaming platforms offering their own twist on this spooky season, it can get overwhelming deciding which scares are worth your time. Well, lucky for you, I’m a fan of horror movies and have quite the bit of time to waste during the self-isolation season. I’ve been a horror fanatic since my childhood, and while I’ve seen my fair share of good horror films, I’ve had my share of poor ones as well. So this season, I’ve decided to save you some time and show you the best and worst movies on Netflix to get your sinister fix.