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These Real Haunted Houses Are Actually For Sale. Zoinks!

Posted May 20th, 2015 by GuestBlogger001 No Comments »

The housing market is still in decline, but we here at ViralNova have a little tip for all of you hopeful home seekers out there: buy houses that are filled with ghosts!

Finding ways to lower the asking price of a house is vital when shopping for a new home. What better way is there than to bring up all of the dead bodies and stuff? Here are some of the most haunted houses on the market today.

Get out your checkbooks.

The infamous Amityville Horror House house that was the basis of 11 scary movies in which families are terrorized by paranormal entities is once again for sale! You can buy the house in which Ronald DeFeo, Jr. shot and killed six members of his family for just a measly $950,000. Keep the happy tradition going!

The Sowden House was once the home to George Hill Hodel, one of the prime suspects of the Black Dahlia murder. Not sold? Hodel’s son wrote a book claiming his father most definitely killed Elizabeth Short somewhere in the house. You can buy that room and a window that looks like a shark face for just $4,888,000.

The Schweppe Estate is priced at a paltry $12,000,000 but its real selling point is that Charles Scweppe killed himself here and there is a mysterious “ghost window” that for unknown reasons remains clean. The ghosts probably keep it that way so they can see your shining faces on open house day!

Lizzie Borden was a woman who in 1892 was tried for axe-murdering her father and step-mother. She was eventually acquitted, so feel free to purchase the home where she laid her head for only $650,000. There’s also apparently a Lizzie Borden-themed bed and breakfast in the area that sounds like a real hoot.

This $15,000,000 home is for sale too. There have been reports of alien spacecraft visiting the house up in the hills of Los Angeles, where it is also apparently on an Indian burial ground. Not to mention, in its abandonment the house has become the home of Satanists and drug addicts. So, yeah, kind of a fixer-upper.

The Kreishcher Mansion in Staten Island is supposedly haunted by Lady Kreishcer who is still mourning her husband Edwin (who shot himself in the head). The Kreischer family once paid their butler to kill a business associate as well. Be a part of that history for just $2,499,000.

In the Zillow ad the owners pitch this old Victorian home as “slightly haunted” but it’s “no big deal.” As in “Well, the neighbor found a human skull in the basement once and ghostly faces of the past appear in the mirrors. No big deal!” You can get it for $169,285 or rent it out for $650 a month.

John Brown was a famous abolitionist and was hung in Charles Town, WV in 1859. One of his captors bought the land around where Brown was hung and was kind enough on it to build a mansion there. Needless to say, its super-duper-racist-haunted, guys. It can be yours for just for $1,200,00.

Ma Barker’s House is the infamous hideout for gangsters such as Al Capone. After the longest shootout in FBI history took place, Ma Barker is still said to haunt the estate and you can buy this gangsters paradise for just $1,000,000.

This house is the location of the Janet Leigh murder in the movie Psycho. It is a beautiful house that includes a pool and a small strings section that plays repeating discordant chords every time you open the shower. That’ll be $3,950,000, please.

The haunted Hinsdale house features a rustic, “kill- you-in-the-woodshed” kinda vibe and pictures taken here often include “shadow people” that you didn’t know were there. It can all be yours for $289,000.

The Hampton Lillibridge house in Savannah has had plenty of paranormal incidents, including apparitions of men in bathrobes and children’s voices whispering in the walls. The owners say that they’ve recently painted the house a ‘faint blue’ because that particular shade of blue wards off ‘spirits’. If that’s good enough for you, this house is available for just $2,800,000.

Hauntrepreneurs is a hilariously named company that specializes in making haunted house attractions. The mobile ‘Frightmare Package’ (again, hilarious) comes with a full spooky house, lighting, fog machines and it’s just $130,000.

There ya go!  

If you have a couple million to spare and ain’t afraid of no ghosts, one of these houses could be your new home. Give this a share on Facebook to other potential buyers while you’re at it.

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Giant Rock Circles Were Found All Over the World. What Could They Possibly Be?

Posted May 20th, 2015 by GuestBlogger001 No Comments »

They weren’t seen in their entirety until the 1920s, but these large stone circles have existed for thousands of years. Once air travel became more popular, pilots and citizens began to notice them in their entirety.

Aptly named the “Big Circles” by archaeologists, they are hundreds of meters in diameter. In fact, they’re so big, you can’t see what they are until you have an aerial view of them. Despite being located in various Middle Eastern countries, the Big Circles are thought to be built for the same reason. That reason, however, remains a total mystery.

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It’s amazing how they were able to make such perfect circles without being able to see their work. I can’t even draw a good circle on a regular-size piece of paper.

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The 13 Most Remote Islands In The World

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From the beautiful to the downright bleak, these are the most remote places on earth. Inspired by the Pocket Atlas of Remote Islands by Judith Schalansky.

1. Bear Island/Bjørnøya (Norway) / Creative Commons / Creative Commons / Creative Commons


The southernmost island in the Svalbard archipelago, Bear Island is so bleak its highest peak is called Miseryfjellet. It spans 178 sq km but has no full-time residents apart from the handful of people who man its weather station.

2. St Kilda (United Kingdom) / Creative Commons / Creative Commons / Creative Commons


The most remote part of the British Isles, St Kilda, itself an archipelago, is 60km west of Harris, in the Outer Hebrides, and 160km away from mainland Scotland. It’s been uninhabited since it was abandoned by 36 islanders in 1930 after struggles with illness and food shortages, leaving behind eerie empty cottages and streets.

3. Tristan da Cunha (United Kingdom)


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Flickr: michaelclarke / Creative Commons


Tristan da Cunha’s capital is called Edinburgh of the Seven Seas – but the name is the only thing one of the most isolated communities in the world shares with its urbanised, cultured namesake.

Lying 2,770km from the Cape of Good Hope, the island contains 29 souls who battle the harsh conditions all year round. But at least there’s a UK postcode, TDCU 1ZZ, which means they can order things from Amazon.

A shoutout also to the wonderfully named Inaccessible Island, which is 45km to the south-west.

4. South Keeling/Cocos Islands (Australia) / Creative Commons


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More than 1,000km away from Java and 2,000km from Australia, this collection of 27 coral atolls and two islands has a combined population of no more than 600.

After Charles Darwin landed here on the HMS Beagle, he wrote: “I am glad we have visited these islands: such formations surely rank as the most wonderful objects of this world.”

5. Tromelin (France) / Crfeative Commons / Creative Commons


Tromelin, a tiny French-owned island 450km east of Madagascar and no more than 7 metres above sea level, hides a tragic past, as Judith Schalansky writes. In 1760, an East India Company ship, the Utile, was shipwrecked there en route to Malaysia. After two months, the 120 French sailors had built a boat, set sail and were never seen again.

The 60 slaves who arrived with them, however, stayed behind. Some 15 years later, when a ship arrived to rescue them, just seven women and a baby remained.

6. Easter Island (Chile) / Creative Commons


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Easter Island, or Rapa Nui, isn’t somewhere you visit unless you really want to go there – it’s one of the most remote islands in the world, lying 3,600km from the Chilean mainland.

There are 887 mysterious maoi statues, each weighing about 14 tons, some of which were re-erected after being toppled by warring groups on the island. It’s thought there may have been 20,000 native islanders there at one point – but after war, disease, and deforestation that number fell to 3,000.

7. Pitcairn Islands (United Kingdom)


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These islands have about 50 permanent inhabitants yet they also have their own internet top-level domain, .pn, and their own website. The hardy islanders are the descendants of the mutineers from a merchant ship who arrived in 1790 and their Tahitian companions.

8. Raoul Island (New Zealand)

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Flickr: lancea / Creative Commons

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New Zealand’s Department of Conservation sends a manual to the volunteers who go to the island to assist the conservationists there for up to six months a year: “It takes a special person to cope with living on an island as remote as Raoul. …

“The area is actively volcanic and earthquakes are a regular fact of life. The terrain is very steep and rugged.”

9. Floreana (Ecuador)

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Part of the Galapagos Islands, Floreana has a 100-strong population and is 1,000km from Ecuador. There is one hotel and one phone on the island.

10. Macquarie Island (Australia)


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Flickr: globalcitizen01 / Creative Commons


If you like penguins, you’d love it on Macquarie Island. But you’ll have to travel 1,070km from New Zealand to get there. Halfway to Antarctica, it’s controlled by the government of Tasmania and was made a World Heritage site in 1997. There are no more than 40 people living there at any one time.

11. Takuu (Papua New Guinea) / Creative Commons



Anthropologist Richard Moyle from the University of Auckland, who studied families on Takuu, a string of islets 200km east of Bougainville, said in 2005 that the atoll community would not sustain human life for much longer due to rising sea levels, meaning that Takuu culture could die out.

“Takuu families living elsewhere in Papua New Guinea will take in as many as they can,” he said, “but with no single resettlement location, I can’t see Takuu continuing to function as a community.”

12. St George Island (United States)

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If Alaska isn’t remote enough for you, try the Pribilof Islands. St George Island’s 112 souls is one of the biggest communities of Aluet people.

But it’s really run by the 2.5 million seabirds and hordes of seals. There’s not much else, other than “treeless, tundra-covered hills”.

13. Niue



This independent island nation has 1,300 inhabitants and is in “free association” with New Zealand, from which it is a 2,400km journey.

Since 2003, the island has provided free Wi-Fi, and in 2001 it introduced coins featuring Pokémon characters that are legal tender. The government there is hiring.

All but one of the islands here feature in the Atlas of Remote Islands, by Judith Schalansky, published by Penguin.

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Lapdogs: Media smear Steven Crowder for pointing out Judd’s rape remarks

Posted May 19th, 2015 by GuestBlogger001 No Comments »

@ldoren Looks like @scrowderis the new target for his comments on Ashley Judd. The lefty media loves to ignore truth.

— Clifford H Knight(D) (@Knight1510) March 17, 2013

This is an outright lie. “HuffingtonPost: Steven Crowder makes shocking joke about Ashley Judd at #CPAC

— Chris Loesch (@ChrisLoesch) March 17, 2013

Truth smuth! Lapdogs in the media don’t need no stinkin’ truth! The Huffington Post exposed themselves yet again, with an attempted smear of Fox News contributor and comedian Steven Crowder.

Fox News contributor makes shocking Ashley Judd joke at #CPAC

— HuffPost Politics (@HuffPostPol) March 18, 2013

This time the rape joke will be fine!“@huffingtonpost: Steven Crowder makes shocking joke about Ashley Judd at #CPAC

— Elyse Yates (@elyseyates) March 16, 2013

Only, you know, he didn’t make a “shocking rape joke” during his CPAC speech, like The Huffington Post originally claimed.

@cnservativepunk originally they made it seem like @scrowder was joking about raping Judd.@chrisloesch @huffingtonpost

— Ben Howe (@BenHowe) March 17, 2013

The headline is different now: Steven Crowder: ‘What Is This Obsession With Ashley Judd And Rape?’

But that didn’t change the false premise, nor did it stop people from believing the original false report. Examples:

@scrowder Mocking rape isn’t funny, Steven.When you make rape jokes like you did with Judd, you hurt all victims.Not honoring women.

— Cindy Talley (@CleanlyTidy) March 17, 2013

Fox Newsreporter Steven Crowder at#cpac said @ashleyjudd deserved to be raped and had itcoming… . #vawa

— Maliheh (@Maliheh_) March 17, 2013

What really happened during his speech?

@mariskaaniston Ashley Judd compared both mining and buying Apple products to “rape.” What a stupid and insensitive comparison. #NoRapeJokes

— Steven Crowder (@scrowder) March 17, 2013

That’s right. Steven Crowder merely pointed out Ashley Judd’s own repugnant, and hypocritical, remarks.

“This just in, Ashley Judd just tweeted that purchasing apple products is akin to rape… from her iPhone”

As Twitchy reported, Ms. Judd slammed Apple customers for “financing mass rape” … while using Apple products. Pointing that out is a “rape joke,” to the lying liars who lie in the media.

This is an outright LIE -> “@aol: Fox News reporter cracks Ashley Judd rape joke at CPAC via @huffpostpol

— Chris Loesch (@ChrisLoesch) March 17, 2013

They falsely claimed @scrowder made a rape joke about Ashley Judd. Total lie. @grandtejas

— Chris Loesch (@ChrisLoesch) March 17, 2013

@benhowe @huffingtonpost @scrowder Libelous?

— (@instapundit) March 17, 2013

“This attitude is not merely liberal bias, it is pervasive dishonesty”…| | @breannahowe @scrowder @melissatweets

— Robert Stacy McCain (@rsmccain) March 18, 2013

Mediaite also joined in.

Now @mediaite joins in on pretending that @scrowder‘s comment on Judd’s insane rape comparison is the real outrage:…

— Ben Howe (@BenHowe) March 17, 2013

@jordanchariton You do realize @scrowder was making a reference to something Ashley Judd said, right? Great journalism. @mediaite

— Jay Caruso (@jaycaruso) March 17, 2013

Hi, @jordanchariton ,@scrowder was quoting Judd. You know that, right? You DO follow the news, dontcha?

— Gary Eaton (@garysteveneaton) March 17, 2013

@benhowe @scrowder @jordanchariton Can’t favorite that enough. It’s like she never said that stuff. #ShamefulDisplayMedia

— spongeworthy (@spongeworthy2) March 17, 2013

Shameful display, indeed. Twitter users quickly fought back against the smears.

@simontemplarpv @chrisloesch @scrowder Not surprising, considering quoting Obama’s autobiography is racist.

— Tim Wells (@RightWingNerd) March 17, 2013

Hey @motorcitylib if you think @scrowder‘s hilarious joke about Judd’s shocking & hypocritical statement was offensive, what was hers?

— Chris Loesch (@ChrisLoesch) March 17, 2013

I guess to the @huffingtonpost what Steven Crowder says is more iffy than what Ashley Judd equating Apple Products to rape. No biggie.

— HonduranImigrante (@TuPadreDice) March 18, 2013

Why does liberal troll @jethro_troll keep making “rape” references? #Yikes@benhowe @cnservativepunk @scrowder

— Chris Loesch (@ChrisLoesch) March 17, 2013

@benfromcanada @scrowder what about her is awesome? calling hard working miners rapists or Apple = rape tweets from her iPhone?

— STLSeb (@Sebulus) March 17, 2013

.@chrisloesch @jethro_troll @benhowe @scrowder How mind controlled do you have to be to not see the obvious use of rape as a tool to progs?

— Brandon Morse (@CnservativePunk) March 17, 2013

Precisely. The Left, with media complicity, incessantly demagogues rape and uses and abuses rape victims for its own end.

Um @huffingtonpost you owe @scrowder an apology.He was pointing out Ashley Judds questionable tweet!…

— zoey connor (@ZoeyC54) March 17, 2013

You see, @scrowder‘s joke was offensive because he quoted verbatim what @ashelyjudd said…… @jordanchariton #tcot #p2

— Simon Templar (@SimonTemplarPV) March 17, 2013


Something else that should be noted: Steven Crowder wants women to have the ability to defend themselves from rape.

My sweet, darling mother in law… Just got her C&C permit. Armed all day ‘err day!

— Steven Crowder (@scrowder) February 4, 2013

The Left wants women unarmed and defenseless. Where is that outrage?

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How Google comes up with great new ideas.

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How Google comes up with great new ideas.

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Media focus on Ryan hecklers at Iowa State Fair, ignore fired up crowd

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Vice presidential candidate Paul Ryan hit the Iowa State Fair today.

I'm excited to introduce @PaulRyanVP to Iowa today at the #IowaStateFair!

— Kim Reynolds (@KimReynoldsIA) August 13, 2012

DNC chair and Liar McLiarPants, Rep. Debbie Wasserman Schultz, tried to make hay over Ryan not being in Florida with Romney today. Gee, Debbie; it’s hard to be in Florida and Iowa at the exact same time, huh? His math witch dark magic hasn’t advanced enough to cover cloning abilities or astral projection yet.

President Obama is set to hit the fair later, with strict orders from his Food Police wife:

Obama says he's on the way to the Iowa State Fair later today but adds, "Michelle has told me I cannot have a fried Twinkie."

— Matt Viser (@mviser) August 13, 2012

Lame. What’s an Iowa State Fair jaunt without deep-fried goodness? As for Rep. Paul Ryan? Well, the lapdog media decided to breathlessly report a few random, and violent, hecklers. See, rubes? People totally hate him and stuff! Also, he won’t answer questions. Or something.

#Paul Ryan gets heckled while speaking at the Iowa State Fair. Two protesters are removed from the crowd PO-83MO & PO-84MO

— CNN Newsource (@CNNNewsource) August 13, 2012

VP Candidate Paul Ryan Stop at #IowaStateFair, Hecklers and Apparent Arrest | #RomneyRyan2012 @PatchPolitics

— Ankeny Patch (@AnkenyPatch) August 13, 2012

@GottaLaff: RT @igorvolsky: Protesters yelling "stop the war on the middle class" as Ryan speaks at the Iowa State Fair in Des Moines.”

— Ron Thornton (@RonThornton) August 13, 2012

Ryan won't answer reporter questions at Iowa State Fair: "We can play stump the VP later." via @buzzfeed

— Zeke Miller (@ZekeJMiller) August 13, 2012

BuzzFeed’s article is titled Ryan Heckled At First Solo Event. Yet, from the article itself, it’s clear the violent “hecklers” are Obama supporters.

“Woah…hey…alright…she must not be from Iowa,” said a dumbfounded Ryan as the woman got on stage.

The officers bounded out from behind the stage to pull her down, saying “She just punched a volunteer.”

Ryan continued to deliver his stump speech over shouts of “stop the war on the poor” “stop the war on the middle class” and “stop the war on the common good,” with those heckles at times drowned out by chants of “U-S-A.”

New tone! What civility! Um. A Romney volunteer was assaulted!

More reports back up allegations of assault by a Paul Ryan protester:

— Lachlan Markay (@lachlan) August 13, 2012

That doesn’t stop the lapdogs from trying to spin it as a positive for Obama, natch.

Via @IowaCityPatch – Protestors heckle @PaulRyanVP "in what could fairly be described as a mixed but largely hostile crowd." #iowastatefair

— Alex Heuer (@alexheuer) August 13, 2012

Oh, really? What about this?

RT @jeffzeleny Ryan draws more than protesters at Iowa State Fair: Also draws a Palin-size GOP crowd.

— Corbin Hiar (@CorbinHiar) August 13, 2012

.@paulryanvp addresses an enthusiastic crowd at the Iowa State Fair

— Michael Steel (@michael_steel) August 13, 2012

RT @dansenor: More from Iowa State Fair with @PaulRyanVP.

— Brian Faughnan (@BrianFaughnan) August 13, 2012

@PaulRyanVP arrives at the soapbox at the. Iowa State Fair this afternoon. @OWHnews

— Andrew Nelson (@nelson_aj) August 13, 2012

@PaulRyanVP held his own @ Iowa State Fair — was heckled by thugs from @BarackObama camp — who else is sick of this kind of politics?

— T.J. (@TJB86) August 13, 2012

Saw Paul Ryan, Romney's running mate at the #IowaStateFair

— Emily Blackford (@emilyyblackford) August 13, 2012

More on-the-scene reports:

RT @seanhackbarth: RT @susanferrechio: Ryan greeting people at Iowa fair

— Brian Faughnan (@BrianFaughnan) August 13, 2012

Once again, citizens on Twitter debunk a media-created false narrative. Well done, happy warriors!

Update: Other media outlets calling violent protesters “spirited.”  Dissent is patriotic again, huh? What happened to “un-American”?

Bias much? USAToday calls hecklers who tried to ambush Paul Ryan on stage at Iowa St Fair "spirited"==>

— Michelle Malkin (@michellemalkin) August 13, 2012

Bias much? USAToday calls hecklers who tried to ambush Paul Ryan on stage at Iowa St Fair "spirited"==>

— Michelle Malkin (@michellemalkin) August 13, 2012


@snarkandboobs @Twitchymedia What names did Media call DC's Neil Munro for calling out a question?

— Kathy Jacobs (@kkeejj) August 13, 2012

Ah, yes! Where is all the pearl-clutching?

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Combustion x 72: Ashley Judd shows reckless disregard for the environment

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Last time we checked in with Ashley Judd, she was struggling with her ambivalence toward plastic battery-operated candles. It looks like she opted for the old-fashioned kind last night at her uncle’s birthday party, but Judd should know that candles release pollutants when they are burned:

Burning candles can be bad for the environment in a number of ways. The components of the candle are the primary source of environmental problems. Paraffin candles, for example, produce a number of byproducts when they are burned, including greenhouse gases like carbon dioxide. Paraffin is also a petroleum product, making it a nonrenewable resource and adding to pollution through oil spills and other issues associated with the oil extraction process. Candles also produce soot, a particulate material which can be a lung irritant, and scented or treated varieties may release harmful chemical compounds when they are burned.

And that’s not all:

The wick is also an issue. Some candles are made with wicks that have additives like lead and zinc, which can release harmful gases when they are burned. While lead wicks are banned in some parts of the world, these bans are hard to enforce, and it is relatively easy to find them, unfortunately. You may also want to consider packaging; many candles, for example, are packaged in plastics that are thrown away, rather than paper or biodegradable wrapping.

If you can believe it, it gets even worse:


Yes, that’s right. The tweet says “iOS,” meaning it was posted from a dreaded Apple device.

Planet Earth weeps.

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