Devouring The Intangible: Pt.1: Sin Eating

SIN-EATER, a man who for trifling payment was believed to take upon himself, by means of food and drink, the sins of a deceased person. - Encyclopedia Britannica 1911 vol. 25 The idea that the sins of the deceased could be transferred to someone else through food and drink can likely trace its origins to... Continue Reading →

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Consensus & Poltergeist Activity

Studies of "The Other" often seek to explain one unknown with another. When a consensus is reached for a plausible explanation it evolves from plausible to accepted whether there is anything concrete to back it up or not. This happens across the paranormal spectrum. While there are those still calling the disturbances associated with poltergeist... Continue Reading →

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