Sunday, October 30, 2011


We are a day away from Halloween and one of the most scariest things that could happen, did happen. We got snow! AHHHHHHHHHHHHH! This is by far more frightening than venturing into the area's haunted houses (kidding, those things do really scare the crap out of me!)

Here's a photo from my house in Sweet Valley:

On a more serious note, I figured that I'd post some blogs and websites from the area that are related to all things spooky.!

(Previously Linked)
NEPA Paranormal Society

"The NEPA Paranormal is a group of 13 investigators all out to seek the truth. We have all come together with our own paranormal experiences and questions, and we all want to see what we can find out there. We do believe the paranormal exists, and want some answers." They have also been recently featured on "Ghost Adventures" Season 2 Castilla De San Marcos and "The Haunting" Curse of the Black Horse Inn and now are on Fox 56. If you are looking for a quick way to get goosebumps, checking out this website is the way to go!

(Previously Linked)
Pennsylvania Haunts & History Blog & Website

"Pennsylvania and its neighbors are bursting with tradition, legends, tall tales and ghosts. Each week we'll introduce one or two of their strange and spooky stories to you. Click on Pennsylvania Haunts and History to get to our website's home page." If you are into Haunted houses and the like, this is a great place to visit because you can read and learn all about them in the State of Pennsylvania, not just limited to NEPA.

Poconos/I-80 East Haunts & History Website

"The legends, lore and ghost tales of Bradford, Carbon, Clinton, Columbia, Lackawanna, Luzerne, Lycoming, Monroe, Pike, Potter, Sullivan, Susquehanna, Tioga, Wayne & Wyoming counties." I was happy to find that the Henryville House was located on this list. I lived in the Poconos growing up, and my friends always told me that this place was spooked. Also, it appears that this website was created and is maintained by the same folks who run the Pennsylvania Haunts & History website.

Paranormal Investigators of the Poconos Website

This is similar to the NEPA Paranormal Society, except they cover the Pocono Region. From the About Us page: "Founded and established in the picturesque Pocono Mountains by researchers Diane & Kieran Pryor, the Paranormal Investigators of the Poconos (henceforth referred to as PIP) is a serious non-profit organization that is committed to the research and study of unexplained phenomena. We do this free of charge."

If none of that is your cup of tea, then I suggest heading over to NEPA Mom, and check out the list of local Halloween Attractions that your little ones are sure to love.

Have a safe and Happy Halloween everyone!

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