The April 26th Downtown West Bend Ghost Walk sold out and made the front page of the West Bend Daily News.
Mental Shed Studios just sent over a mock up of the tee shirt they’re designing for the upcoming “Washington County Legend Trip: A Ride on the Strange Side” bus tour!… read more →
Join local author & paranormal investigator, J. Nathan Couch, on a journey to places in southern Washington County that harbor bottomless lakes, spook lights, and cryptid sightings. Look for cemetery ghost lights – Dine with a murdered prostitute – Search for the Bearwolf – Encounter the Goat Man (?) – MORE!
Yesterday I had an opportunity to be interviewed by West Bend Daily News report Linda McAlpine regarding the upcoming Downtown West Bend Ghost Walks.
Happy Easter everyone. I was reading up on the origins of some of the holiday’s traditions and I thought I’d share some of the more interesting ones with you.
I’m one re-write away from sending it to the copy editor.
In an attempt to raise or recooperate the initial money for publication I’ve decided to use some of the history and paranormal experiences I’ve researched to create Downtown West Bend’s first ever Ghost Walk.
Once, I used to fancy myself a poet.
…various phenomena have been reported including cold spots and apparitions at night, but the most unique and unsettling is bleeding from the hands or arms after visiting the cemetery. Catholics might recognize this phenomena as stigmata.
I read an interesting story out of Poland recently. “Poland’s only officially registered ghost hunter” Piotr Shalkevitz from Chrzanow is of the opinion that the spirit world is “giving up on mankind.”