Each Friday, I’m going to share spooky reads and products that are haunting me. Maybe it is an article I read that I cannot stop thinking about. Maybe it is something I cannot wait to purchase on payday. Please note, this post is 100% my recommendations. Products featured are not ads. I just really love them!
So, I have been really treating my self to ghosts lately.
I found this vintage (like 1970/80s) ghost luminary online and it watches me as I “work” on my dissertation. This piece was made using a Byron Mold, which is a company that produced molds for ceramics. So this piece was created (and painted) by some random person using the mold, which I think adds a personal touch to the piece. Maybe your grandparents had one?
Want a cheaper ghost experience? Have a hot chocolate with a ghost Peep! Perfect for children or nostalgic ghost bloggers. Come on, it’s cute.
“Ever since I started working on early modern witchcraft I’d felt the strange pull of Pendle, the borough in East Lancashire where – in one of the most notorious trials in England – eleven people were tried as witches in 1612, ten of whom were found guilty and hanged. Thus, one Friday in late June (just before the heatwave took hold), I found myself on a train to the North West to spend a long weekend in England’s other witch country.”
“There is, it would seem, no greater chasm than that which divides the living from the dead.”
You all must know by now that I’m obsessed with this site. This recent addition to the Japanese ghost database really caught my attention!