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.
"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.
Nothing sets apart an Instagram image like a photobombing spirit. But is it the work of a haunting or a photo app?
New technologies deliver highly focused sound.
Lego is turning an incredible fan-built Ghostbusters set into reality for the film's spook-tacular 30th anniversary.
Just in time for Halloween, the mapping software company rolls out its "Geography of Horror" map that diagrams where more than 200 of the world's scariest movies took place.
Teeth falling out? Flying over your house? Sweet dreams -- and nightmares -- are made of these. Find out what they mean with a dream site that helps you share (and better understand) your dreams.
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.
Normally $99.99, this color-LCD-powered system features a 500-foot range, two-way communication, and more.
The gang returns in a freemium sim that combines ghostbusting with, er, business management. Thankfully, it's more fun than it sounds.