Since my last article, I have had numerous extended family and friends reach out to me about their own experiences with the paranormal. From hearing footsteps in their house to stories of family members showing up in the rear view mirror, there was a lot of experiences people wanted to share with me.
Before I dive into the experiences of my family in my childhood home that I addressed in my last article, let me give you some context.
My name is M. Tomasch. I don't claim to be a medium or a psychic. However, I have had enough happen in my life to know that I have some sort of abilities.
When someone is haunted or cursed, it would make perfect sense to make an attempt to break the curse or remove the spirit haunting you. For one person though, it would seem that he likes being haunted.
I have explored with you the myth and facts behind two of the horror industry’s greatest villains: satanic cults and witches. Now, I will take you into the world of the paranormal and how horror films and shows have done it justice.
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