I recently wrote a post about the paranormal. Or, my own experiences with the paranormal. There are a lot of people out there with their own strange experiences. Lots of history of the curious, unusual, and unexplained.
I have to admit, like many, I do find it interesting. I have no doubt we don’t know “everything” of the world within or without. Are there ghosts? Demons? Angels? Spirits? Faerie folk or even alien life among us? I can’t be sure, but I am sure we are not alone.
If you love history like me, then you might enjoy this paranormal channel I watch.
My love of history and the paranormal brought me to my favorite YouTube paranormal investigative channel, The Paranormal Files.
I love how the young man, Colin Browen, who directs, writes, edits, and investigates cases is such a chill dude. He at one time was a film major here in Texas where he resides. He just has a real heart to make quality paranormal investigations mixed with historical fact.
His YouTube show is mainly a docu-series of investigations into cases because of their paranormal and historical nature.
He travels with his mate (his ex-Peyton for a while), or other friends, guests, or dad, known as Papa Spooks, to various locations around the world. He stays mainly in the U.S., but has gone to other countries. I found his U.K. stuff some of the most interesting.
I love that he doesn’t just go on an investigation with lots of “oohs” and “ahhs” and fake screams and jump scares at every corner. If they find nothing he admits there was nothing.
But he always starts his investigations with a person who speaks on the history of the place they are investigating. I find that part the most interesting. I’m okay with the investigation and hopeful to get some sort of paranormal activity. It’s fun. But why I watch his channel is for the heart, investigative integrity, and historical information.
My favorite interview was with a professional tour guide, Cory Daniel, out of Phoenix, AZ. It could be because my grandmother grew up with her large family of 11 children at the foot of the Superstition Mountains. Her dad was a caballero on a ranch, and had to go into the mountains looking for stray cattle. She kept us up at night with her frightening tales of what went on during those times.
It’s his most popular interview, and if you watch it you’ll know why. This guy is a wealth of information.
It brought back memories, but I truly found his interview intriguing and real.
Right now, Colin and his new girlfriend, Courtney who is also quite involved in researching the history of murders in America, joins him on many of the investigations.
They started a podcast together, Murder in America. It delves into the history of the lesser famous murders that have happened in this country. These are the cases you don’t hear about often, and they both truly love to dig into the truth and background.
You might want to check out their podcast if you like real crime and crime stories in general. The links are on his channel.
So, if you check out his channel and like it definitely comment and let them know. Like and subscribe and support their efforts.
He’s a young guy and I truly hope him the best in his future endeavors. He always ends his shows with, “Stay spooky.” So, stay spooky y’all.
Also, please let me know in the comments if you’ve had any spooky experiences. And let me know if you want me to write about more paranormal type stuff.
Thanks for reading and I hope you all find what you seek and search for in this life.
Love you Gracie! 🙂 ❤