Wednesday, 12 September 2012
Sir Arthur Conan Doyle, a devout Spiritualist and great believer in the Occult who is most well known for writing 'Sherlock Holmes', claimed to have accounted fairies. The Cottingley Fairies were however fakes dreamed up by Frances and Elsie, although they did fool Conan Doyle for a while fairies were also documented as having been seen in Lister park, also known as Manningham park, Bradford.
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Posted by the author at 17:38
Monday, 10 September 2012
A variety of fruit and vegetable lanterns can be created for use at any occasion or festival outside Halloween. You can also experiment on Halloween itself. Featured here is a yellow pepper lantern and a pineapple lantern, a particularly enchanting addition to a warm summer's eve. Use fruits and vegetables of different colours to complement the occasion or season.
The slideshow on our homepage features a Christmas red pepper lantern among the more traditional pumpkin lantern and a pair of ghoulish turnip lanterns, giving rise to the 'Spooked Turnip'.
Spooked Turnip features a mix of parapsychology, spirits, hauntings, occultism, history, magick and mystery to feed your paranormal interest.
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Posted by the author at 19:02