Welcome to Paranormal Archaeology



I wanted to launch this blog today, for the obvious reasons. What could be more paranormally driven than Halloween itself? I’m sure many of you, like me, are huge fans of Halloween. Hopefully, most of you have fun memories of trick-or-treating and dressing up as your favorite childhood obsession at the time.

Of course, as we get older our tastes change, and our minds start to drift away from friendly costumes, silly games, and delicious candy, to the darker more paranormal side of Halloween. How many of us have stood in front of a mirror chanting “Bloody Mary”, or sat around telling ghost stories, or even doing the most dangerous of all, playing with an Ouija board by candlelight?


Nearly everyone who knows what Halloween is, knows the supposed history of this holiday. It’s a pagan one dedicated to the evil spirits and demons that dwell in the dark, it’s the witch’s new year, the dark Sabbath, the day the dead can walk among us, the thinning of the veil between the living and the spirit world.

So on this night, this sacred, spooky, haunted Halloween night, I ask you to join me.

Join me in launching the Paranormal Archaeology blog.

It’s nice to meet all of you, spooks and ghouls alike. I hope to see more of you soon.

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Published by ArchyFantasies

An active Archaeologist myself, I've gotten a bit tired of the use of bad science and archaeology to defend and "prove" made up claims. In this vein my videos should help others who are are not familiar with how Archaeology actually works understand the truth and see through the misleading lies of others

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