Today, we explore some noteworthy, real-world examples of demonic possession in practice. Murders, hauntings, death, destruction … are they the product of mental lapses and human error? Perhaps we should leave ourselves open to the possibility that there are some things, no matter how hard we try, that are beyond human comprehension. Read ahead and decide for yourself.
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Halloween is everyone’s favorite excuse to eat candy, dress silly, and hunker down on the couch for a freaky movie. It’s a time of sugar, costume parties, and embracing the little kid in all of us. Thanks to the dawn of social media, Halloween has also transformed in to a way to flex your creative muscle for the digital world. Every year, more and more people are dressing up, posting, and going viral. Celebrities, ordinary people, costume designers, when it comes to Halloween success on social media, it’s an even playing field.
Today, we’re going to take a look at some of the more popular, real-life ghost stories. Some of the stories listed here would go on to inspire multi-million-dollar movie franchises. Others would earn millions of re-tweets. While all of them, at one point or another, caused a lot of very intelligent people to question the existence of the paranormal. Do you believe in ghosts? After reading the following list of true ghost stores, you just might.
You can have a once-in-a-generation singing voice, write songs like the King of Pop and play guitar like Hendrix reincarnate and you’ll still be consistently out sold by the latest band. There’s no sense in fighting it. Boy bands are cheesy, generic, and inorganic, but that’s sort of the point. Today, we peer in to the history books, salute the forefathers of the genre, and relish in the majesty that are the greatest boy bands (and haircuts) of all time.
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Weird Al Yankovic has enjoyed an iconic, decades-long career that outlived many of the music trends that he so memorably made fun of. The man’s racked up four Grammy Awards, his studio albums have gone Gold and Platinum countless times over, and he even enjoyed a No. 1 spot on the Billboard 200 with his comeback record Mandatory Fun. Today, we pay tribute to the man who’s built a career on poking fun at an industry that far-too-often takes itself far-too-seriously. What are you waiting for? Let’s dive in to the funniest Weird Al songs ever!
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Class is done for the day and, even though your assignments aren’t entirely done, they can at least wait until tomorrow. Why? Because it’s gaming time. College dorm rooms are one of the few living spaces in the world that value in-person, local, couch co-op over the online alternative. In most cases, the school’s Wi-Fi isn’t strong enough to support online gaming and dorm denizens enjoy an ecosystem of gaming-aged neighbors and worthy challengers.
Sports help us forget about our problems. Most of us sports fans lean towards the more established leagues: basketball, baseball, hockey, football… but there’s more to the world of competition than the so-called “Big four.” Many of them are a lot more creative, too.
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They make us laugh, they make us cry and they also make us envious. I mean, if that dog possesses the acting range of Sir Anthony Hopkins then surely my dog can learn how to, you know, not go to the bathroom on my favorite area rug. But I digress.
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Facebook has seen better days. It began with the earth shattering revelation that international data firm Cambridge Analytica secretly harvested the data of millions of American Facebook users in an attempt to sway the political landscape ahead of the 2016 Presidential Election. But the hits keep coming.