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This is final episode of My Crypto World for 2017!
In this episode I give you a brief rundown of what I've been doing, including some film projects, and then I give some thoughts about several topics that include: Proving Bigfoot, Scientific proof, and Youtube.
It's been a good year and I hope you enjoy this final episode.
Here is the episode.

Whelp, it has happened again. I was searching around on ebay and ran across this unusual item.
I know almost everyone has watched the Chucky movies. The series has been very popular over the years. There was a lot of movie related merchandise created based on the movies. I've had and have some of this merchandise. At one time I even had a bunch of these 12 inch Chucky dolls. I don't think any of mine was haunted or possessed.

 This auction for a Haunted Chucky doll is one that might interest some of you. Here is what the seller had to say about the doll.

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"I believe it is a evil spirit it has been causing many problems and I am selling this for $99.99 and AS IS. You are 100% responsible after you buy it and receive it also the condition of this doll is the last thing you need to worry about.  . NO RETURNS . LOOK AT THE PICTURES AND PAY CLOSE ATTENTION TO THE EYES.
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Notice this Chucky doll has no hair, what's up with that? Now I have not idea if this doll is haunted or not but I will admit the thing is kind of creepy looking with it's bald head and crisp blue eyes. There has been many reports of items becoming haunted or possessed and it seems dolls are at the top of the list.

For example, Robert the doll is a doll that was once owned by Key West painter and author Robert Eugene Otto. The doll, which is supposedly cursed, has become a fixture of ghost tours in the Key West, Florida area. Aesthetically, Robert resembles an early 20th-century American sailor. Contrary to popular belief, the doll's hair is not made of human hair, but rather, it consists of a synthetic material resembling wool yarn. Robert the doll has appeared on numerous TV shows and in magazines.

Then you also have Annabelle, which is a haunted raggedy Ann doll. The doll was investigated by Ed and Lorraine Warren and currently resides in a glass box at The Warren's Occult Museum in Monroe, Connecticut. The Annabelle doll has also spawned a couple of movies, The Conjuring and Annabelle.

So, maybe this Chucky doll is haunted/possessed ....are you willing to give this hairless doll a new home? If so Click here to buy it. But don't get scared if one night you hear "Hi, I'm Chucky, wanna play?"

(Sources: Ebay, wikipedia)

Thanks
~Tom~


This post by Thomas Marcum, Thomas is the founder/leader of the cryptozoology and paranormal research organization known as The Crypto Crew. Over 20 years experience with research and investigation of unexplained activity, working with video and websites. A trained wild land firefighter and a published photographer, and poet



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a talkin' dog?
By reading the title of this post many people will quickly think about the numerous youtube videos where a dog is made to talk. But for me and maybe others around my age group, I quickly think about an episode of  The Andy Griffith Show titled "A man's best friend". In the episode Opie and his friend place a small walkie talkie under a dogs collar and "make it talk" to Goober. In the course of the show they or I should say the "Dog" makes Goober do silly things. It's a funny episode but not all stories about talking dogs are funny. In fact some are very serious and down right scary.

I'm sure almost everyone has heard of The Son of Sam murders. If not, here is a short over view.

 

David Richard Berkowitz, also known as the Son of Sam and the.44 Caliber Killer. He killed 6 people and wounded seven others. His murder spree started in July of 1976. He eluded the police and taunted them by leaving notes at the crime scenes promising more murders. One note read "I am a monster, I am the Son of Sam." Berkowitz was a pudgy overweight 24 year old postal worker who mostly targeted young attractive women with long dark hair for his victims.




Berkowitz was arrested in August of  1977, this is when things really got weird. He told fantastic tales of demons and get this, a talking dog. The dog was a black Labrador retriever named Harvey. According to Berkowitz, he had been commanded by Harvey (the dog) to commit murder. At this point it would be really easy just to say "the guy is a nut" and let it go, but Berkowitz had more to add to the talking dog story.

Berkowitz confessed as being the "Son of Sam" killer and offered a bizarre tale for his motivations.
He stated that "Sam" was an ancient demon that had possessed his neighbor Sam Carr. That Sam (Carr) was really a man who lived 6,000 years ago and that his dog (Harvey) had told him all of this and instructed him to kill. The dog also told him that Sam (Carr) was the Devil. 

Oddly enough, Berowitz refereed to himself as "Beelzebub" in a note left for the police, a name which most associate with The Devil. Berowitz, in prison, told stories of involvement with Satanic worship and the occult.

While some may just dismiss Berowitz's tales of Satanic cults, Demon possession and talking dogs. It should be noted that the movie The Exorcist was inspired by the actual 1949 exorcism case of Ronald Doe. Of course, this is not the boys real name but the case is well documented by Raymond Bishop, the attending priest.

Berowitz who remains in prison, was denied parole in 2014 but questions remain about his tales.
Was he, his neighbor and the dog all under or possessed by some evil, demonic spirit or did Berowitz just make it all up. The police did find Satanic writing on the walls of Berowitz apartment, but later in 1979, Berowitz, said it was all a hoax and he made it up. It seems some of his occult claims were made after the hoax confession.

Do you believe in Demonic possession?

As of 1987,Berowitz claims to be a born again christian. He is back up for parole in 2016 but like the other parole hearings, Berowitz, will most likely not attend. He does not want to be paroled and states he deserves to be in prison.

On  a side note, there is a book out that claims Hitler had or was trying to create a army of talking dogs, that could also read and write. The book is Amazing Dogs: A Cabinet of Canine Curiosities by Dr. Jan Bondeson

So there is your cup of weird for today, enjoy.

Thanks
~Tom~



This post by Thomas Marcum, Thomas is the founder/leader of the cryptozoology and paranormal research organization known as The Crypto Crew. Over 20 years experience with research and investigation of unexplained activity, working with video and websites. A trained wild land firefighter and a published photographer, and poet.


[Sources: Life Magazine, Wikipedia]



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Ghost Nuns?
I was just surfing around the internet, looking at stuff that I find interesting ....you know stuff like Bigfoot, Ghost, UFOS....ect.  I happened to run across this old picture and here is what was stated about it.

A photograph showing a group of girls sitting on a grassy mound. On the left side a group of miniature figures of nuns can be seen walking through the grass. The figures were not visible when the photograph had been taken.Photograph taken in 1961 and was given to Rosalind Heywood a Society for Psychical Research Council Member. No Copyright for the photograph exists. The photograph was later reprinted in the book Investigating The Paranormal by Tony Cornell in 2002. Author Mr. M. B

While most of us probably think this is nothing more than a double exposure, I still find it appealing. I guess it has a little to do with the fact I like old photography and then you add in the ghost element.  Plus I can't recall ever seeing this picture before.

In any case, I thought I would just play around with the photo and run it through some filters/effects. I guess I may as well share them....so here they are.



Just a slight adjustment in contrast to bring out the figures a little more.


A crop of the mysterious figures.


 I inverted the picture. The figures stand out. 


With this filter I don't think the figures look like Nuns at all. It looks more like rain coats. The figure on the far right looks more like a KKK member.




Now, what to you think about the photo? Is it a double exposure? Paper cut outs? Shadows? reflections?
Your guess is as good as mine. We do know that back in the late 1800's  and early 1900's that Spirit photography was a big deal and that a lot of pictures from that time period have been exposed as fakes. I know you guys remember the old Ectoplasm photos from back then. What was said to be "spirit energy" turned out to be nothing more the cheese cloth, material or tissue . Here is a photo to jar your memory.
  
Even knowing many of these old pictures where fakes, I still enjoy looking at them. It gives me a glimpse of the past and helps me realize that people were basically the same back then as they are now. The mysteries of our world keeps searching for answers.

Have a great weekend!

Thanks
~Tom~

This post by Thomas Marcum, Thomas is the founder/leader of the cryptozoology and paranormal research organization known as The Crypto Crew. Over 20 years experience with research and investigation of unexplained activity, working with video and websites. A trained wild land firefighter and a published photographer, and poet.






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Ouija Boards



This Post By TCC Team Member Dorraine Fisher. Dorraine is a Professional Writer, a nature, wildlife and Bigfoot enthusiast who has written for many magazines. Dorraine conducts research, special interviews and more for The Crypto Crew. Get Dorraine's book The Book Of Blackthorne!


 
The Power Of Ouija Boards – Real Or Fake?
Real or Not, I Love This Stuff!
By Dorraine Fisher


Hmmm.
Check out this video. The man claims to have poltergeist activity when he summons it from his Ouija board.
I’ve always been really curious about Ouija boards, but I’ve never had any strange personal experiences with them. It does seem really easy for kids to pull pranks on each other with these things. They’ve been doing it since 1891.

But who knows?

After the Spiritualist Movement of that time that took place during and shortly after the American Civil War in 1865 and beyond, Americans had lost so many of their loved ones to the war, that séances and attempts to talk to the dead became a popular pastime in America. First Lady, Mary Todd Lincoln, was known to have held regular séances at the White House. It was quite an accepted practice for many years. But the so-called mediums used more “complicated” equipment devoid of the Ouija board we know,  or preferred to summon spirits while in a trance. And, incidentally, many of them were exposed as frauds.

And the country settled down a bit, but the movement wouldn’t die completely.

In 1886, The New York Daily Tribune announced a new “talking board” with the alphabet, numbers, yes, no, good evening, and good night, along with the raised pointer. It looked more like the Ouija board we know today, but it wasn’t quite there yet.

And in 1891, The Kennard Novelty Company was manufacturing and selling talking Ouija boards as toys to children and adults alike.  Later, a man named William Fuld, who worked for Kennard, took over the board’s manufacturing, and created his own style of board finally called the Ouija, which he explained was the combining of the French and German words for yes. And the name has stuck ever since. Later the manufacture of the boards was taken over by Parker Brothers and eventually, Hasbro, that holds the patent to this day which is still Fuld’s design.

The Ouija’s so-called “power” was said to be based on a phenomena first described by a scientist named Benjamin Carpenter who wrote a scientific paper on the subject and theorized that muscular movement can often happen independent of conscious thought.

Maybe he was right, but we may never know.  And since then, people have made all kinds of claims about the power these boards hold. And there have also been a lot of pranks going on with them too.

So check out this video and see what you think. Real or fake?


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