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Ghosts: When Ouija Boards Go Wrong!

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Readers, here are some scary examples of ouija board issues!  Although these were popular when I was growing up and were actually marketed as toys (seriously!) – many people have traced paranormal problems to the use of ouija boards.  Read on . . . reblog from Paranormal Magazine, author Charlotte Lowe Kemp.

By Charlene Lowe Kemp When Hasbro trademarked the Oujia in 1991, the tradition of the board can be traced back to much further than that. Many believe the Oujia Board to be a portal to the spirit world, while others will argue it is nothing more than a parlour trick. Whatever you believe, there have…

via When OUJIA Boards Go Wrong! – TRUE Crime Cases — Paranormal Magazine

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Top Views along Loch Lomond


One of the most well-known locations in Scotland, and main tourist attractions for many backpackers and travellers are the bonnie banks of Loch Lomond. Situated an hour drive north of Glasgow it is a mere stone throw away from civilisation, yet somehow manages to maintain its’ seclusion.

Living just west of Glasgow, we were frequent visitors to the lochs beautiful beaches and stunning views of the surrounding munros. Here is a list of our favourite spots and views around this stunning and unique part of the world.

Phone pics 031 View from Loch Lomond Shores 

Loch Lomond Shores

The first stop you come to when travelling north of Clydebank to Loch Lomond is the Loch Lomond Shores tourist centre. This consists of shops, cafes, play parks and even a small aquarium for children. On a sunny day this is the busiest place on the loch, with coaches upon coaches of tourists piling into…

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