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Happy Spring! + New Layout

Spring is here; that colorful time of the year when nature starts waking up once again. Flowers and trees start to blossom, the grass is greener and ladybugs appear to be just about everywhere. Nature waking up might remind us that we could make some positive changes as well.

Therefore, to fit in with the season, Mysteria Words is changing both the blog layout and the way things work around here. Mysteria Words will no longer be bound to only paranormal topics. Instead, I will be writing about anything and everything that might capture my attention at the moment and, let me tell you, my attention flies just about everywhere. Do not get me wrong, supernatural topics will still be a huge (and probably main) part of Mysteria Words since paranormal mysteries are one of my biggest interests. Therefore, let's embrace spring and embark on this new adventure!

Which blog design do you like better; old one or the new one? If you are a blogger yourself, Blogger platform added new templates …

5 Best Photos of Spirit Photography

With a development of technology, communication with the other side is no longer limited to Ouija boards and seances. Nowadays, one can simply snap a picture on their phone camera and, if you are lucky or unlucky, ghost might pop up in the background. However, spirit photography is not a new phenomenon; it dates back to the 19th century. It is safe to say that since the early days, fraud was very common when it came to paranormal; spirit photography included. Nowadays, not much had changed. Majority of ghost photos found online are completely fake, created for fun purposes. In the sea of frauds, it is getting harder to tell which photos are real and which ones are fake. Therefore, spirit photographs used in this article are ones with the most credibility; either for their back stories or their longevity and popularity.

Spirit photography is a type of photography whose main goal is to attempt to capture images of spirits as well as other paranormal entities. Spirit photography was first…

Eating Cabbage Brings Luck? - 20 Valentine's Day Superstitions

Let's put a little bit of a lighter tone on this blog - Valentine's Day! Well, Valentine's Day superstitions, that is. Much like any other Holiday that exists, Valentine's Day is no stranger to superstitions. Most of magical beliefs surrounding this holiday are centered around love. So, if you are interested in finding out who will your future spouse will be or what your current partner truly thinks of you, check out the list bellow. Also, keep in mind these are just superstitions and purely for fun!
VALENTINE'S DAY SUPERSTITIONS01. To be awoken by a kiss on Valentine's Day brings you good luck! 02. The very first man or woman's name you read or hear on Valentine's Day will be the name of the person you will marry. 03. Write down the names of your sweethearts on pieces of paper, attach them to clay balls and than drop the balls into water. The first name that surface is the name of your future husband. 04. If you find one glove on the sidewalk on Valentine&…

Favorite Paranormal YouTube: Brooke Houts

February's favorite paranormal YouTube channel goes to Brooke Houts! Brooke started her YouTube channel in February of 2014. Since then she has grown to over 230,000 subscribers. Her channel mostly consists of personal and humorous vlogs and storytime videos with, of course, some really interesting paranormal videos. Brooke's Ouija Board videos are specifically my favorite on her channel. 
*REAL* Ouija Board Challenge (Satan answers) In the following video, Brookes decides to play an Ouija Board with her friend at an abandoned building. What makes this video stand out from the ocean of Ouija Board videos found online is that the board kept spelling the letters S, A, T. As Brooke's friend cleverly put it, it was not going to spell Santa. 

GHOST CAUGHT ON CAMERA *NOT CLICKBAIT* (Ouija Board Challenge 2) As it appears from the first and the second video, Brooke and her friend seem not to have luck with an Ouija Board. Their second attempt resulted in an …

100th Post! + 25 Favorite Horror Movies

It is an achievement in every bloggers life once they hit their 100th post. After all, it is your own personal accomplishment to manage and keep writing until we hit that big number! I'm truly grateful to everybody who follows my blog and keeps reading, thank you so much! In continuation, I have decided to share some my favorite horror movies so that this 100th post won't be plain and boring with me rambling about how happy I am for my 100th post!

01. The Shining (1980) One of my absolute favorite horror movies of all time. Based on Stephen King's novel; this movie is about a family that heads to an isolated hotel for the winter. What happens next? All I'm going to say is that there is a creepy lady in the bathroom is still giving me the shivers. If you have seen the movie, you know what I'm talking about. If you have not, it is time that you watch it. 

02. The Exorcist (1973) The Exorcist is by far the biggest classic in the sub-genre of exorcism horror movies. One pa…

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EVP (Electronic Voice Phenomenon) - Is It Really Paranormal?


Now we ask an old age question that comes along with anything unexplained; is it really paranormal? Believers theorize that it might be of a paranormal origin while debunkers are trying to find possible rational explanation for EVP. In the following text, we will discuss several theories on what an EVP could be, where could it come from therefore if the mysterious audio originates from beyond the grave or are we simply failing to see something rational.
This is the most popular theory for the recordings which contain mysterious and unexplained sounds and voices. This theory is so popular that a lot of researchers who investigate ghost phenomenon use EVP as a way of communicating with people who have crossed over. 

Second theory is similar to the first one; receiving messages from other worlds. However, this theory suggests that some of these messages …

EVP (Electronic Voice Phenomenon) - Brief History


THOMAS EDISON & THE EVP The idea of recording a ghost voice was first introduced in 1920's when Thomas Edison himself tried to invent a machine that would communicate with the dead. Edison believed that our personality might survive the death of the body as well as that we might be able to record something otherworldly only if we could create a delicate enough machine. Obviously, Edison never succeeded in his invention, but his idea lives on.

OVER A HUNDRED SPIRIT RECORDINGS One of the early enthusiasts in recording ghost voices was an American photographer, Attila von Szalay. His attempts begun in the late 1930's, than continued through 1940's as well as 1950's. He had recorded many sounds and voices through years of his research. Although many argued mysterious voice recordings were actually random radio broadcasts that were accidentally picked up, this criticism was quickly and easily answered. Some of the recorded voices spo…

EVP (Electronic Voice Phenomenon)

Voices of the dead are captured in an audio recording. In layman's terms, Electronic voice phenomenon is supposed to be exactly that; recorded voices from the afterlife. According to Wikipedia, electronic voice phenomenon or, shortly, EVP are sounds found on electronic recordings that are interpreted as spirit voices and might be intentionally or unintentionally recorded. 

As mentioned, Electronic Voice Phenomenon (EVP) is a sound or a voice which appears on a recording but has no known or scientific explanations for being recorded. Therefore, the sound or a voice is not heard during the recording session. Instead, it is heard later upon the reviewing of the tape. Mostly, such mysterious sounds are attributed to the spirit world since no known explanations could seemingly be found.
EVP varies from one to another; it could be an unfamiliar sound or an actual voice of a known or unknown person. The voice can vary in gender, tone, emotion or age; the voic…

Friday the 13th - Where Does It Come From?

Friday the 13th is considered as one of the scariest dates of the year in the Western culture, making it the biggest competitor to Halloween. Friday the 13th is so infamous that not even Hollywood has not missed a chance to cash on by filming one of the greatest horror classics of all time and naming it Friday the 13th. What it is about that day that made it so infamous? Let's find out!
To start with, Friday the 13th occurs whenever the 13th of the month in Gregorian calendar falls on Friday. This happens every year at least once, however it could occur up to tree times a year.  As mentioned, in Western civilizations, Friday the 13th is considered to be quite an unlucky day. Why is it considered unlucky? Well, the origins are actually pretty unclear. According to, there are no written evidence about Friday the 13th before the 19th century which makes the unlucky day relatively new. However, the fear of the number 13, which is directly connected to the Friday the 13th, c…

Mysterious Black Object Orbiting the Earth?

Mysterious black object was detected orbiting around Earth, therefore giving it a title of a satellite. The mystery was created due to the speculation that the object is neither of human or natural origin. So, where did it come from? Naturally, people started to theorize that the unusual black satellite might be of an extraterrestrial origin.  The satellite was appropriately named the Black Knight.
Allegedly, the first person to detect the Black Knight was a scientist Nikola Tesla himself. Rumors have it that Tesla received strange signals in 1899. Nowadays, it is theorized that the strange signals Nikola Tesla heard were actually coming from no other but the mysterious satellite. However, it was not until 1940's when the satellite finally got its recognition. The Black Knight satellite has been transmitting signals for over 50 years now.  As of now, NASA managed to photograph the mysterious satellite weighing at least 10 tons several times. Sadly, it is believed that the Black Knig…

Favorite Paranormal YouTube: Jessica Danielle

It's time for another favorite paranormal YouTube! Today we will be looking into the channel Jessica Danielle. Mostly a vlogger, her channel currently has over 35,000 subscribers and growing. 

Although this channel is not strictly focused on paranormal, Jessica's spooky stories are certainly some of my favorite. She is a great storyteller and her approach to paranormal stories is pretty different and unique in a good way.
As of recently, Jessica Danielle had started posting interesting conspiracy theories videos as well as spooky countdowns including creepiest exorcisms and haunted places. Jessica's paranormal videos are among her most viewed videos. Therefore, it is only natural she would take a spooky route. Some of my favorite Jessica's scary videos are listed bellow. They are both scary and humorous! Enjoy!

My Paranormal Experiences

My Witchcraft and Ghost Stories

Mind you, Mysteria Words is in no way affiliated with Jessica Danielle.
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The Pact: "Is There Anything After Death?"

Everyone will eventually start to debate on the meaning of life which mostly leads to the never answered question: Is there afterlife? The following story started in the same tone when two friends started talking about the afterlife. Interestingly, one of the woman appeared to get her answers. 
THE STORY To start with, I have heard this story from my grandmother and she heard it from a friend a while back. It is a story of two neighbors who eventually got so close that they became best friends. Once, the two friends were having a deep conversation bringing up the provocative questions including the meaning of life. Eventually, the conversation took a turn on afterlife. They were trying to figure out if there is anything after death. As usual, they could not get to the bottom of this topic. In conclusion to the discussion, the two woman decided to make a pact. In order for them to get the answers from beyond the grave, both promised that the first one out of two of them that dies will le…