Cheer up, the weather is getting warmer. Or at least it’s not going to be quite as ridiculously cold. OK, so we’ll still be below average for this time of year. For that reason, here are a few great ideas that will (mostly) keep you indoors.
This Halloween, we investigated the old WCCO Radio building in downtown Minneapolis. Over the years, employees have said they’ve seen ghosts, heard strange, inexplicable voices — and they’ve even felt the presence of a spirit. So we called in the experts from the Twin Cities Paranormal Society and Missy Reno Smith, a well-known psychic medium from Fort Wayne, Indiana.
You may not think of the state fairgrounds as a “Great Minnesota Ghost Together,” but at a place with so much history, it’s not surprising to hear there are ghost stories aplenty.
Most of the time, when college students are up all night, it’s because they need to study for the next day’s big test. But there’s one Minnesota college where some students might find themselves for a much more frightening reason.
Halloween is a night for fright, but what if you spend every day of the year convinced your home is haunted? The Twin Cities Paranormal Society gets dozens of requests to investigate so-called “haunted houses.”
Witch’s and ghouls and spiders – oh my! It’s time for Halloween! Here are five DIY decoration projects for your outdoor space.
Many Minnesotans also flock to haunted hay rides or attractions that feature haunted houses. While most of these frightening festivities are staged, there are actual hauntings to be found in Minnesota that may be real. These sites have had multiple reports of ghostly activity and proven paranormal presence. Check them out yourself, if you dare.
Typically it is a bar’s patrons that are responsible for bizarre occurrences (usually after a few drinks), but these Minnesota bars possess restless spirits that are responsible for unexplained shenanigans.
When Dustin Waterhouse is driving down the street, you’re going to notice. “When we first built it, it was just for the shock value,” Waterhouse said.