Southern Idaho has quite a history when it comes to the paranormal. The 100-year anniversary of one of Twin Falls' most creepiest legends recently passed, and the location of where the incidents took place is one where you'll find many people walking their dogs, completely unware of what is said to have transpired there long ago.
I had one unexplained encounter in Alaska near a cemetery when the Iditarod races were taking place in downtown Anchorage. I will never forget my skin crawled and the hair stood up on the back of my neck, etc. Well for one Meridian man recently things seemed to became paranormally active at his home.
The mysterious Utah monolith has gained global attention since the Department of Public Safety first spotted it just over a week ago. Just as quickly and silently as it appeared, it has now disappeared.
I'll never forget seeing the movie Ghostbusters for the first time. I was only 6 years old and when I saw the very first ghost appear on the screen, the woman in the library, I screamed! Fortunately for me, Ghostbusters was a comedy, and the rest of the ghosts weren't very threatening...