Monday, April 11, 2011

Extreme UFO Video

This was just brought to my attention via facebook. I would love to hear what people think of this video either via comment or through my email:

The theory that is presented through the caller (former Area 51 worker) is one that I have heard before (in fact, on this radio show I believe), but I just don't know how to take it.

Some of the video footage looks very fake and the message seems to be a little over the top, but then again... I just don't know. Reminds me of "Incident at Exeter" (not far from my house BTW).

Here goes.

Let me know your thoughts.

Saturday, April 2, 2011

Spontaneous Combustion

I just made myself an adult beverage by combining:


and after taking a drink and not tasting any alocohol, I added more. And more. After still not tasting anything I thought, "Wow. This is dangerous".

Then I got to the bottom. Apparently my boy Jerry doesn't automatically mix as well as his Naval superior Captain Morgan. I was holding my drink and shuffled in my socks down to my bedroom and grabbed the doorknob. Immediately following the static shock, I kid you not, the drink burst into flames.

I apologize now for any future facebook statuses, myspace rants, and twatty tweets. It's going to be an ineresting night.

Tuesday, March 1, 2011

Surprise... Butt Sex?

This is my actual horoscope via Twitter for today...

(I wish I was making this up)...

"Sexy Venus is flirting with Uranus in your sign today, tempting you to say yes before you even know where you're going.

You may be seeing green lights, but keep in mind that things could change instantaneously if you don't stay aware of everything that's happening around you. Avoid any unpleasant surprises by focusing on the present moment throughout the entire day, instead of always thinking about what's next."

Listen Twitter...

A. Exit only.

B. Maybe YOU should focus less on my sex life and more on the fact that "ParanormalBlacktivity" is actually a trending topic at the moment.

Green light my ass... Wait, no.

Monday, February 28, 2011

New Moth Man Movie!

I cannot wait to see this.

Three Chimneys Inn Event in NH!!

Three Chimneys Inn Event in Durham NH
April 22nd and 23rd

Come investigate this historical (and very active) inn!

Come and learn the history and haunts of this 1649 Inn and see why it is considered one of New Hampshire’s most haunted hotels!!

Event will include a lecture and introduction to the world of paranormal investigation brought to you by Jeff and Lisa of Northern Paranormal Research Society and Chris ("Haunted New Hampshire") and "Haley Haunted" (that's me!) of Chronicles of the Haunted... well as exclusive access to the hotel for an overnight investigation!!

Event tickets are $50 for the lecture and investigation and dinner tickets CAN be purchased separately if you are not planning to stay at the Inn.


The rooms look like this...

My room has an actual knight in it and many of the rooms have jacuzzis.

Just sayin.

Event tickets can be purchased HERE.

To book your room for the event, please contact them at
(603)868-7800 or (888)399-9777

Friday, February 4, 2011

Paranormal Mystery in Manchester, N.H.

Paranormal Mystery. Manchester NH.

Why is there an overwhelming smell of burnt toast on the Bridge Street Bridge every single morning?

Every morning.

These are my predictions:

Either I am smelling the residual haunting of a mill building from the industrial era of Manchester who's furnaces were fueled by croutons or...

someone in "little Puertirico" is burning a shitload of toast.

What the hell.

Monday, January 10, 2011

Ahead Of My Time?

This weekend my parents gutted the attic and in doing that, I was reintroduced to boxes and boxes and boxes of my childhood. The GIANT bin of books didn't surprise me, I've always been a huge nerd. However, I guess I never realized how long I really have been into the paranormal.

I give you... the first paranormal investigation team ever formed by Haley Haunted:

The G.H.G.P., or Ghost Hunters/Ghost Patrol (yes we even had an acronym) was started in 1993 and had seven active members. The picture above is the cover of our logbook which contains member information, logged activity, investigation notes, investigative methodologies (surprisingly scientific), and legitimate research on theorized historical spirits, demonic names and characteristics and our town history of deaths and tragedies. I was incredibly thorough. And I was seven years old.

The majority of the rest of the bin was filled with books about hauntings, UFO's, ESP, myths and legends, and OBE's. All between 1991-1994 (ages six to nine).

First of all... who lets their first grader pick up a book like that, but more importantly what little kid would want to study the possibilities of psychic phenomenon?

I guess I was just born to study the paranormal. No turning back now, I'm screwed.

Sunday, January 9, 2011

SnakeEater (1989)

One of my favorite YouTube videos of the moment is "Eat Like Snake", a supposed Burger King Commercial from Japan. My boyfriend introduced me to the odd and surprisingly racist spoof and a few hours after seeing it, while looking for my next movie to review, the title "SnakeEater" immediately caught my eye. As soon as I read the info on it, I was sold. I don't know that it's considered a horror movie, but it is absolutely necessary that I review it. Watch this trailer and you'll understand:

The movie SnakeEater made its assumably sell-out debut in 1989. I'm not even going to bother with actor names, but will say that the "supporting" actors were reused as different characters often throughout the movie so do watch for that. I'm not really sure why they felt the need to recycle these actors as they are TERRIBLE. While watching the opening scene, I actually reconsidered my movie choice, not knowing if I would make it through. Thank God I waited it out. Not only did this movie feature cheesy catchphrases, feathered hair, and a Harley Sportster made into a jetski, it had more masturbation references than I knew what to do with.

The plot of the movie goes something like this: "Soldier" is an ex-marine that was part of a special ops group called the "SnakeEaters". However, Soldier was too much of a rebel to stick to government protocol and spent the opening scene as an undercover cop on a drug bust.

You'll want to pay attention to this scene as it will feature the only bra in the entire movie.

The drug bust turns into kind of a weird sex scene. Maybe I'm being overly romantic, but being in an abandoned, grimy warehouse with a man about to sell me some crack is not exactly on my list of sexual fantasies. I will give them credit for this gem of a line though:

"What do you think I'm going to hide a wire in my underwear?"
"Honey it looks like you got the whole radio in there."

I think this may have been an illusion though as his underwear looked to be the same make and model as hers.

Ooh la la.

Thankfully they didn't show any down and dirty details, but the sneak peaks they did show made me want to take a shower.

But it's a good thing Soldier rigged the entire area with booby traps both Data and Macaulay Culkin would be envious of because low and behold... the sex was a trap (it always is fellas) and two very handsome characters bust in to steal the drug money!!!

Blah blah...

Ok so cut to a girl in a bikini sunning herself on the front of a boat. In the dark. On a boat that can only be described as a motorhome that floats. And it's floating down a river that just may be the same location filmed on "Swamp Loggers". Exactly where you'd take your family on vacation to right? Ugh.

Suddenly, the boat is overtaken by a wild gang of my ex-boyfriends

who steal the girl and take her back to their shack where they lock her in a shed to be reproduced with later. This really upsets the bandits' sister who is used to being the only hen in their henhouse. The boat scene is also the first (but far from the last) appearance of an unnecessary hard hat.

Now, I'm not sure if this is an extremely overlooked mistake in the movie, but sitting right behind the hillbilly shack is an enormous colonial style house. It's fairly obvious in multiple scenes. I would think that having neighbors would prohibit a kidnapping and later multiple homocides. I found other mistakes throughout the movie too, like someone drinking from a ketchup bottle that was very obviously filled with water, and various sound effects for no actions. I think maybe the editors of the movie saw the errors, thought back to the quality of the movie and just said, "ah, screw it".

Anyway, it turns out that the girl that is kidnapped is Soldier's sister. When he gets word of his family's attack, he sets out to find out who is responsible. Somehwere around this part in the movie is where you meet my favorite character, "King", the local marina owner.

King is my favorite because he is always drinking from a brown paper bag and used the word "fart" twice in one scene. He also comes crashing through the boat house on his harley and flies directly into the river.

Ol' Boy King is who we have to thank for the Harley Jetski...

When King presents this horrible defacing of a great Harley to Soldier, he warns that "You'll thank me later". The foreshadowing of this line kept me in suspense until the bitter end. Actually, I think the director forgot to follow through on this line as the only benefit I saw was that 70 miles of river goes by awfully fast when you're on a Harley jetski.

Now it wouldn't be the 80's without a slow motion shot of a woman running through the water in a white shirt, and this movie did not disappoint. I'm just glad that despite running from a band of hillbillies, participating in hand-to-hand combat, being hung from a sleeping bag cocoon, and bathing in a river, she managed to keep her slip-on flats firmly on her feet.

I absolutely LOVED the last scene where Soldier returns to his job as an undercover cop. In fact, I really enjoyed the whole movie. Despite my heckling, I would own this movie. And if there were a SnakeEater shirt like the one Soldier wears available, I would absolutely rock it with pride.

I gave this movie a 23 for the amount of teeth I think the entire cast put together has and for using the phrase "diddling his fiddle".

Unfortunately, there were only two references to a snake which throroughly disappointed me. And for that I give you... "Eat Like Snake"...

Saturday, January 1, 2011

Proof of reincarnation?

Scott Gruenwald is no newbie to the paranormal world. His hilarious internet show, "The Stu" has been making us laugh since its creation in 2008.

But did you know that he just may be the proof of a paranormal phenomenon that has been theorized and debated for centuries?

That's right, Scott Gruenwald just may be the reincarnation of Mark Twain.

Demonic Hangovers

Yesterday I had a dream that a woman was holding a crucifix to my stomach and attempting to expel a demon (which I could very much feel).

When I awoke it all made sense to me. The demon she was expelling was in fact real. It was a demon of overindulgence and its name is Captain Morgan.

Happy New Year Ghosties.