The movie "Paranormal Activity" cost almost nothing to make, but is a big hit. That success it being credited to online buzz and social networking rather than conventional marketing.
Get ready to scream with the new webseries. Director Richard Martin and actor Julian Curtis talk to Crave about ghosts, the paranormal, and what attracted them to the hilarious horror comedy on Geek & Sundry.
If you're looking for ghosts this Halloween, you don't need a Proton pack. A professional ghost hunter takes us to the reportedly haunted Brookdale Lodge and shows us some easily accessible gadgets you can use to search for paranormal activity.
Get comfortable for today's episode as we weave through the absurd story of John Titor, a self-proclaimed time traveler answering questions about the future of the world in 2036. Conspiracy theorists, Internet trolls, and anyone that enjoys the paranormal will love today's story of falsifying your identity on the Web.
Get comfortable as we weave through the absurd story of John Titor, a self-proclaimed time traveler answering questions about the world in 2036. Conspiracy theorists, Internet trolls, and anyone who enjoys the paranormal will love today's story of falsifying your identity on the Web.
In her paranormal research, professional ghost hunter Gloria Young uses a $20 Geiger counter, which measures radiation. They normally click at regular intervals, but irregular clicks could be interpreted as ghosts responding to your questions. During a taped interview inside the Brookdale Lodge, the Geiger counter interrupted Young as she described a previous ghostly encounter.
Nokia launches Ovi app store, Circuit City rises from the dead, and how to hunt for the paranormal with Nintendo's DSi.
The 404 reviews Paranormal Activity and talk about marathons, ipods, 2012, skirt-blowing iPhone apps, and Marge Simpson in the next issue of Playboy Magazine!
We're not usually creeped out by 10-megapixel point-and-shoots, but the announcement of the Fujifilm Z200FD hit our desks with paranormal synchronicity
"Star Trek: The Next Generation" and "The Big Bang Theory" actor Wil Wheaton gets his own TV show lambasting the weirdest and funniest things to pop up on the Web.