These tales are taken from personal accounts, witness testimony, and convincing retellings. Any likeness is coincidental. For entertainment purposes only. Reader discretion is advised. Author’s Note: Happy Halloween spooky people! For this edition of The Stories of the Supernatural I am going to get very scary. Remember that you are
In the summer of 2010 my casting agency, On Location Casting, booked me on an unnamed project that was filming in Bastrop, Texas. I was cast as a criminal and later a prisoner. Upon arriving to the location, which was a high school that was redesigned to be a prison,
by Joseph Singh Calling Indigenous people “Indian” is like calling Europeans “Japanese”. The label is erroneous and condescending. The origin of the slur comes from Christopher Columbus who mistook the American continent for India. He then labeled the inhabitants “Indians”. Perhaps it was because of the pigmentation of the Natives.
by Joseph Singh The ghosts of Haskell Indian Nations University are sacred. The spirits of students and alumni alike have been sighted in various places on campus. There is a woman who reportedly frequents the basement of Pocahontas Hall, a dormitory for freshmen female students. A cloaked figure has been reported