(source: Marja-Terttu Karlsson)
THE VORTEX is where we look at what paranormal and new age stories were pulled into our realm this week.
January 8, 2016
Happy New Year, Explorers! I hope your holidays were refreshing (as much as they can be, that is!) and that you had some time to yourself to relax and nourish your spirit.
A Swedish woman captures an amazing wolf-formation in the Northern Lights. Solar activity has been increasing the lights in recent years – will this mean more fantastic captures like this? [via SVT]
And for any skeptics, here’s a follow-up article showing the progression. [via SVT]
Evan Munday is a writer and illustrator currently posting funny, in-depth horror movie recaps every day in January for a great cause. Read his take on the first Paranormal Activity. [via I Don’t Like Mundays]
The John Sowden House – former home of the Black Dahlia murder suspect. [via Atlas Obscura]
Where have all the dinosaur ghosts gone? An archived discussion on r/paranormal. [via Reddit]
Scientists find new evidence to support that hallucinations, a symptom of schizophrenia, depression and anxiety, may occur on a spectrum. “Most people have only fleeting, sporadic experiences, but there’s a subgroup that have a lot, and they’re persistent.” [via Scientific American]