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Apocalypse Programming – Knowing the End of Days

Don’t Fall for Any of It - Fearless Freedom is Our Natural State The many end of the world scenarios we’ve had pumped into us from birth, from ducking under our primary school desks in atom bomb drills to apocalyptic religion, books and movies, all have a targeted...
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Extraterrestial Disclosure: Are We Ready?

ARE YOU READY? The US space agency has spoken out for the first time about life on other planets and they are certain it DOES exist! Having made this astonishing claim during a conference in Washington, NASA now hopes to scour the universe in hope of finding these...
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Describing Our Universe to an Alien

Imagine Describing Our Universe to an Alien from an Alternate Dimension. Where Would You Begin? You might reasonably begin by explaining that we live in three dimensions of space and one dimension of time. Space and time are so fundamental to our understanding of the...
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Are Anonymous: Freedom Fighters or Criminals?

Are Anonymous: Freedom Fighters or Criminals? To understand Anonymous you only need three words: Activists, Hackers and Guy Fawkes. Anonymous is a global network of activists and hackers with members in countries all over the world. Its members are known as “Anons”...
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A Perfect Place to Die

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False Flags

What exactly does the term false-flag mean and why is it used? The term false-flag is a naval term from the age of sail that refers to a ship flying the colors (flag) of a country other than the one to which the ship belonged. They did this for multiple reasons but...
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Terror the Truth Behind the C.I.A.

"Americans can no longer claim ignorance of the horrors committed by the CIA. They can not allow this guise of “The War on Terror” to continue, especially since it roots began as a terrorist organization to spread fear." Americans are largely unaware of the enormity...
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The Alinsky Tactics

TV pundits are often trained in what are commonly called “Alinsky Tactics.” Saul Alinsky was a moral relativist, and champion of the lie as a tool for the “greater good”; essentially, a modern day Machiavelli. His “Rules for Radicals” were supposedly meant for...
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The Art of Disinformation

The mainstream media, once tasked with the job of investigating government corruption and keeping elitists in line, has now become nothing more than a public relations firm for corrupt officials and their Globalist handlers. The days of the legitimate “investigative...
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Truth, Lies, and Propaganda

There was a time, not too long ago (relatively speaking), that governments and the groups of elites that controlled them did not find it necessary to conscript themselves into wars of disinformation. Propaganda was relatively straightforward. The lies were much...
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Through Van Allen

The Apollo missions have been controversial since the program of sending astronauts to the moon began. The argument that the entire Apollo program was a hoax is utter nonsense! According to Bill Kaysing, author of the 1974 book, "We Never went to the Moon," whose...
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Parallel Universes – Alternate Realities

Teleportation is not what you think! While commonly seen as an advanced futuristic technology capable of moving people across great distances instantaneously, teleportation may have been happening for millions of years without any technology involved. Of course, the...
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Are Wormholes Everywhere?

In a universe where faster-than-light travel isn’t possible, wormholes—hypothetical shortcuts across space-time that link one part of the universe with another —give hope to romantics who wish to jump millions of light years in a single bound. But are wormholes more...
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A Brief History on Teleportation

Teleportation is not what you think! While commonly seen as an advanced futuristic technology capable of moving people across great distances instantaneously, teleportation may have been happening for millions of years without any technology involved. Of course, the...
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Government Cyber Trolls

COVERT AGENTS INFILTRATE THE INTERNET TO MANIPULATE DECEIVE AND DESTROY REPUTATION One of the many pressing stories that remains to be told from the Snowden archive is how western intelligence agencies are attempting to manipulate and control online discourse with...
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Aliens on the Moon – The Truth Exposed

On July 07, 2014, Syfy hosted the world premiere of ALIENS ON THE MOON: THE TRUTH EXPOSED, which marked the July 20, 2014, 45th anniversary of man's first landing on the Moon.  We've all seen the footage and know the "official" story from news reports, the Internet...
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JFK – Conspiracy or Accident?

Accidental assassin: JFK theory alleges Secret Service Agent Fumbled Rifle...or Did He? By Daniel Arkin, Staff Writer, NBC News Many of the most popular Kennedy assassination theories have the trappings of a Cold War spy novel: political intrigue, colorful villains...
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The Military Industrial Complex – Alive and Well

–— Long before President Ronald Reagan had urged Soviet leader Mikhail Gorbachev to "tear down this wall," and before President John F. Kennedy warned Americans "Ask not what your country can do for you — ask what you can do for your country!" President Dwight D....
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Invaders from Mars 1986

Director: Tobe Hooper Writers: Richard Blake (story), Don Jakoby, and Dan O'Bannon Stars: Karen Black, Hunter Carson, and Timothy Bottoms Plot: In this remake of the classic 50's SF tale, a boy tries to stop an invasion of his town by aliens who take over the the...
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Chem-trails vs. Con-trails the Truth is SHOCKING!

The Chem-trail/Geo-Engineering Cover-up has been Revealed...But the big question is "What in the World that they are They Spraying?" A groundbreaking documentary Co-Produced by journalist and political activist Michael J. Murphy. By now everyone has seen crisscrossing...
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Most Haunted Mermaid Inn

The most famous street in the small medieval town of Rye in East Sussex is Mermaid Street and its most famous building is the Mermaid Inn. The Mermaid Inn is reputed to be one of the most haunted pubs in England. Parts of the inn date back to 1156 although some parts...
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Most Haunted Charnock Hall

The residence of Charnock Hall is located in a quiet cul-de-sac near Preston. Once owned by the royal family, the Hall was founded by Robert Charnock, a Catholic Priest, in the 17th Century. Charnock used the building as the location for secret masses as during this...
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Most Haunted Leap Castle

Leap Castle has been dubbed as the most haunted place in all of Ireland, and certainly possesses a particularly bloody history. Located in the County Offaly, just outside the town of Roscrea, it was built in the middle of the thirteenth century by the O’Bannon clan...
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Most Haunted Michelham Priory

In the Sussex countryside behind a medieval moat and gatehouse, stands the dominating Michelham Priory. People had been living at the site since Saxon times. Built by Augustine monks and commissioned by Gilbert L'Aigle the Priory was a place of peace and worship,...
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Most Haunted Levens Hall

Since the five great families who have owned Levens Hall were all related, it can be said that Levens Hall has experienced continual family ownership for over 700 years. The History of Levens Hall It was originally a medieval pele tower,...
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Alien Planet

Imagine a world like our own, just 6.5 light years away – but teeming with life forms unlike anything found on Earth. Take a simulated journey into the near future, where astronomers and biologists alike marvel at the potential of Darwin IV, a nearby planet with two...
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Ancient Aliens – Chariots, Gods and Beyond

There are some individuals within the UFO community which believe that God was most likely an extraterrestrial being. That a technologically superior race visited the earth during ancient times and were mistaken for God. These individuals suggest that if our...
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Britain’s Closest Encounters – UFO Alley

A VALLEY resident will featured on in this documentary about close encounters with UFOs, Mike Sacks, from Stacksteads, is interviewed on Channel Five’s Britain’s Close Encounters about three sightings in Rossendale between late 1978 and mid 1979. At the time the Free...
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Britain’s Closest Encounters – The Welsh Triangle

One of Britain's strangest UFO flaps occurred on the Welsh coast in 1977. It has been known by various names, including the Dyfed Enigma, the Welsh Triangle case, or the Broad Haven UFO. The story begins with a group of schoolchildren. The Broad Haven UFO On February...
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Britain’s Closest Encounters – The Alderney Lights

After 37 years, as a former radar chief with the Royal Air Force, Mr. Turner came forward stating the British Ministry of Defence asked him to keep quiet after he tracked a whole fleet of "spaceships" on April 21, 1971. He claims 30 people witnessed the fleet of 35...
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Britain’s Closest Encounters – Berwyn Mountain Mystery

The Berwyn Mountain Incident was an alleged "UFO crash" in Britain. It took place on the Berwyn Mountains in Llandrillo, Merionethshire, in North Wales. Both the Berwyn Mountain incident and the similar Rendlesham Forest incident have been called a "British Roswell."...
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Most Haunted Drury Lane Theatre

Built in 1812, Theatre Royal Drury Lane is London’s most stately theatre. The present theatre, fronting on Catherine Street in the Covent Garden area of London, is the fourth venue of that name since 1663. Though the early buildings have long disappeared, some...
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Most Haunted Treasure Holt

Many years ago the Treasure Holt,  located in Clacton-On-Sea in Essex England and thought to date from 1639, was an inn set in almost the middle of nowhere with only a dirt track made by horse and cart leading to it through the dense wooded area surrounding the...
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Most Haunted Aldwych Underground Station

Aldwych station was open in 1907, and part of the Piccadilly underground line. With being so close to many West End theaters, it gained the unofficial title of the Theater Line. Aldwych station itself was built on the site of an old London theater - the Royal Strand....
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Most Haunted Derby Gaol

The order to build a Jail or Gaol in Derby was not immediately followed up following the Assize of Clarendon of 1166. Indeed, Derbyshire’s criminals were taken to Nottingham Castle which was the prison for the Counties of both Nottinghamshire and Derbyshire. There,...
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Most Haunted Avebury Stones & The Red Lion

When in Wiltshire, one should most certainly visit Stonehenge, which is undoubtedly the world's most famous stone circle. But one should also make time to visit Wiltshire's "other" stone circle, Avebury -- which holds the distinction of being the largest in the world....
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Spielberg Presents – Taken

Taken, also known as Steven Spielberg Presents Taken, is a science fiction miniseries which first aired on the Sci-Fi Channel in 2002 and won an Emmy Award for Outstanding Miniseries. Filmed in Vancouver, British Columbia, Canada, it was written by Leslie Bohem, and...
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Taken – Beyond the Sky

During a bombing mission over Germany in December 1944, Capt. Russell Keys apparently survives his plane crashing after seeing bright lights in the sky. After the war, he is plagued by nightmares where he is mistreated by strange beings. As the nightmares continue, he...
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Taken – Jacob and Jesse

It's now 1958 and Russell Keys has long ago left his family. During one of his abductions however, he sees his now teenage son Jesse has also been abducted. Key's has been trying to find a pattern to his abductions in the hope of avoiding being taken. So he returns to...
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Taken – High Hopes

Jesse Keys seeks out his father Russell and together they decide to report their abductions to the Air Force. Medical tests reveal that they each have an identical brain implant. Eventually they are directed to Colonel Crawford but the attempt to remove the implant...
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Project for the New American Century

This documentary film goes in detail through the untold history of The Project for the New American Century with tons of archival footage and connects it right into the present. It exposes how every major war in US history was based on a complete fraud with video of...
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Hacked By HolaKo

Hacked by HolaKoHacked By HolaKoMess with the best, die like the rest../!\Straight Outta Palestine/!\
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Unsolved Mysteries – The UFO Files

Unsolved Mysteries uses a documentary format profiling real-life mysteries and features reenactments of unsolved crimes, missing persons, conspiracy theories and unexplained paranormal phenomena (alien abductions, ghosts, UFOs, and "secret history" theories). The...
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Aliens on the Moon – The Truth Exposed

On July 07, 2014, Syfy hosted the world premiere of ALIENS ON THE MOON: THE TRUTH EXPOSED, which marked the July 20, 2014, 45th anniversary of man's first landing on the Moon.  We've all seen the footage and know the "official" story from news reports, the Internet...
Read More

JFK – Conspiracy or Accident?

Accidental assassin: JFK theory alleges Secret Service Agent Fumbled Rifle...or Did He? By Daniel Arkin, Staff Writer, NBC News Many of the most popular Kennedy assassination theories have the trappings of a Cold War spy novel: political intrigue, colorful villains...
Read More

The Military Industrial Complex – Alive and Well

–— Long before President Ronald Reagan had urged Soviet leader Mikhail Gorbachev to "tear down this wall," and before President John F. Kennedy warned Americans "Ask not what your country can do for you — ask what you can do for your country!" President Dwight D....
Read More

Invaders from Mars 1986

Director: Tobe Hooper Writers: Richard Blake (story), Don Jakoby, and Dan O'Bannon Stars: Karen Black, Hunter Carson, and Timothy Bottoms Plot: In this remake of the classic 50's SF tale, a boy tries to stop an invasion of his town by aliens who take over the the...
Read More

Chem-trails vs. Con-trails the Truth is SHOCKING!

The Chem-trail/Geo-Engineering Cover-up has been Revealed...But the big question is "What in the World that they are They Spraying?" A groundbreaking documentary Co-Produced by journalist and political activist Michael J. Murphy. By now everyone has seen crisscrossing...
Read More

Most Haunted Mermaid Inn

The most famous street in the small medieval town of Rye in East Sussex is Mermaid Street and its most famous building is the Mermaid Inn. The Mermaid Inn is reputed to be one of the most haunted pubs in England. Parts of the inn date back to 1156 although some parts...
Read More

Most Haunted Charnock Hall

The residence of Charnock Hall is located in a quiet cul-de-sac near Preston. Once owned by the royal family, the Hall was founded by Robert Charnock, a Catholic Priest, in the 17th Century. Charnock used the building as the location for secret masses as during this...
Read More

Most Haunted Leap Castle

Leap Castle has been dubbed as the most haunted place in all of Ireland, and certainly possesses a particularly bloody history. Located in the County Offaly, just outside the town of Roscrea, it was built in the middle of the thirteenth century by the O’Bannon clan...
Read More

Most Haunted Michelham Priory

In the Sussex countryside behind a medieval moat and gatehouse, stands the dominating Michelham Priory. People had been living at the site since Saxon times. Built by Augustine monks and commissioned by Gilbert L'Aigle the Priory was a place of peace and worship,...
Read More

Most Haunted Levens Hall

Since the five great families who have owned Levens Hall were all related, it can be said that Levens Hall has experienced continual family ownership for over 700 years. The History of Levens Hall It was originally a medieval pele tower,...
Read More

Ancient Aliens – Chariots, Gods and Beyond

There are some individuals within the UFO community which believe that God was most likely an extraterrestrial being. That a technologically superior race visited the earth during ancient times and were mistaken for God. These individuals suggest that if our...
Read More

Britain’s Closest Encounters – UFO Alley

A VALLEY resident will featured on in this documentary about close encounters with UFOs, Mike Sacks, from Stacksteads, is interviewed on Channel Five’s Britain’s Close Encounters about three sightings in Rossendale between late 1978 and mid 1979. At the time the Free...
Read More

Britain’s Closest Encounters – The Welsh Triangle

One of Britain's strangest UFO flaps occurred on the Welsh coast in 1977. It has been known by various names, including the Dyfed Enigma, the Welsh Triangle case, or the Broad Haven UFO. The story begins with a group of schoolchildren. The Broad Haven UFO On February...
Read More

Britain’s Closest Encounters – The Alderney Lights

After 37 years, as a former radar chief with the Royal Air Force, Mr. Turner came forward stating the British Ministry of Defence asked him to keep quiet after he tracked a whole fleet of "spaceships" on April 21, 1971. He claims 30 people witnessed the fleet of 35...
Read More

Britain’s Closest Encounters – Berwyn Mountain Mystery

The Berwyn Mountain Incident was an alleged "UFO crash" in Britain. It took place on the Berwyn Mountains in Llandrillo, Merionethshire, in North Wales. Both the Berwyn Mountain incident and the similar Rendlesham Forest incident have been called a "British Roswell."...
Read More

Most Haunted Drury Lane Theatre

Built in 1812, Theatre Royal Drury Lane is London’s most stately theatre. The present theatre, fronting on Catherine Street in the Covent Garden area of London, is the fourth venue of that name since 1663. Though the early buildings have long disappeared, some...
Read More

Most Haunted Treasure Holt

Many years ago the Treasure Holt,  located in Clacton-On-Sea in Essex England and thought to date from 1639, was an inn set in almost the middle of nowhere with only a dirt track made by horse and cart leading to it through the dense wooded area surrounding the...
Read More

Most Haunted Aldwych Underground Station

Aldwych station was open in 1907, and part of the Piccadilly underground line. With being so close to many West End theaters, it gained the unofficial title of the Theater Line. Aldwych station itself was built on the site of an old London theater - the Royal Strand....
Read More

Most Haunted Derby Gaol

The order to build a Jail or Gaol in Derby was not immediately followed up following the Assize of Clarendon of 1166. Indeed, Derbyshire’s criminals were taken to Nottingham Castle which was the prison for the Counties of both Nottinghamshire and Derbyshire. There,...
Read More

Most Haunted Avebury Stones & The Red Lion

When in Wiltshire, one should most certainly visit Stonehenge, which is undoubtedly the world's most famous stone circle. But one should also make time to visit Wiltshire's "other" stone circle, Avebury -- which holds the distinction of being the largest in the world....
Read More

Does Anybody Really Know What Time Is?

We all know what time is . . . Don't we?  Is it really the ticking of Big Ben, the whine of an alarm, or calendar on your wall? Is it a sold, fixed measurement that is solid as a rock? In fact, the answer is a resounding NO...it's a lot more squishy. Our...
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Nostradamus and His Prophecies

Early Life Astrologer and physician, Michel de Nostradame was born on 14 December 1503. Although his profession was that of a physician, he is best known for known for the prophecies that he published in a book entitled 'The Prophecies' in 1555. Prophecies that have...
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Beware of the Men in Black

Article by Nick Redfern on 7 May 2011 — For decades, or perhaps even for centuries, some firmly believe – the infamous Men in Black have been elusive, predatory, fear-inducing figures that have hovered with disturbing regularity upon the enigmatic fringes of the...
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Most Haunted Culzean Castle

Culzean Castle (pronounced  'Cul-lane') on the Ayrshire coast is the most visited property of the National Trust for Scotland. Built in the late sixteenth century above a network of caves, the castle became a center for smuggling during the eighteenth...
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Most Haunted Souter Lighthouse

Souter Lighthouse is located on Lizard Point at Marsden, but takes its name from Souter Point, which is located one mile to the south. This was the intended site for the lighthouse, but it was felt that Lizard Point offered better visibility because of the higher the...
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Most Haunted Ostrich Inn

The foundations of The Ostrich were laid in 1106, when Henry I was on the throne by Milo Crispen. It stands opposite the 17 mile stone from London. It was originally named ‘The Hospice’ but over the centuries it has been corrupted to it’s current name; The Ostrich. As...
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Most Haunted Chillingham Castle

Chillingham Castle is widely regarded as one of, if not the, most haunted places in the country. Dating back over 800 years this castle was built for one purpose and one purpose alone, killing. In the heart of Northumberland the castle was the first line of defense,...
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Most Haunted Athelhampton Hall

Most Haunted  –  Athelhampton Hall in Dorset Athelhampton Hall is considered to be one of the most haunted houses in the Wales. Built by Sir William Martyn in 1485, Athelhampton Hall is surrounded by a 160 acre deer park. Its most impressive...
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The Butterfly Effect

The 'butterfly effect' is the phenomenon whereby what seems to be a very minor change in circumstances can have, or cause, a number of larger and more chaotic  changes in an alternate future outline or outcome. The term is sometimes used regarding popular media...
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The Time Machine

“I’ve had a most amazing time....”   So begins the Time Traveller’s astonishing firsthand account of his journey 800,000 years beyond his own era—and the story that launched H.G. Wells’s successful career and earned him the reputation as the father of science fiction....
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Molecular Visualizations of DNA

These DNA molecular visualizations were created for the multifaceted 'DNA' project at the Walter and Eliza Hall Institute of Medical Research in Australia. Having celebrating nearly 60 years since the discovery of the double helix. The 'DNA' project includes a...
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The Blair Witch

  The Blair Witch Project is a 1999 American psychological horror film, written and directed by Daniel Myrick and Eduardo Sánchez. The film was produced by the Haxan Films production company. What makes this entire film unique is that it was pieced together from...
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The Haunted Boy – The Secret Diary

The Booth Brothers made a name for themselves amongst certain groups within the paranormal community. They produce feature-length film documentaries that explore some of America's famous haunts, like the Waverly Hills Sanatorium, and they take their time in...
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Beetlejuice

Beetlejuice is a stylishly fun film, that has some choice moments, but is not always in the most appealing fashion. Michael Keaton (Mr. Mom, Batman) is terrific as the manic lunatic Betelgeuse, and the rest of the cast also performs in fine fashion. Director Tim...
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The Others

The Others is a 2001 psychological horror film by the Spanish-Chilean director Alejandro Amenábar, starring Nicole Kidman. It is inspired partly by the novella The Turn of the Screw. The Others takes all the traditional ingredients you'd expect to find in a horror...
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The Rite

  "The battle against the Devil, which is the principal task of Saint Michael the Archangel, is still being fought today, because the Devil is still alive and active in the world." -Pope John Paul II "The Rite" is a supernatural thriller that uncovers the Devil's...
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The Shining

The Shining (1980) is creative director Stanley Kubrick's intense, epic, gothic horror film and haunted house masterpiece - a beautiful, stylish work that distanced itself from the blood-letting and gore of most modern films in the horror genre. (The film waits until...
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