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The Chasing Midnight Readers Articles section is a place where you can tell us about anything you feel other readers would be interested in. Your article should fall under one of the following categories:
Articles might be about places of interest that you have visited, meeting or conventions you have attended, or unusual experiences you suspect may have been paranormal. (You can of course then follow these up with discussion in the Chasing Midnight forums).
If you feel the above list does not contain a category that covers the topic you would like to submit, please let us know using the Contact Us page.
We are always looking for trip reports, articles, photographs and news items. You will be given full credit for any information submitted. We can also provide complete anonymity, if the disclosure is of a classified nature.
Are you an authority on the paranormal? A book author, running a related magazine or website, or have your own research group. Are you the owner or manager of a famous paranormal location? Contact us and we will arrange for an interview.
Copyrighted material taken from other sources without permission.
Orb photos or videos, we do not believe them to be paranormal. (See our case closed section) We also don’t accept ghost photographs that we consider to be “pareidolia”, the process by which the mind forms images made out of nothing. We welcome pictures or video of any interesting locations related to the content of the site that you have visited.
If you have any EVPs please make sure they are discernable without telling people what to listen for by retro-fitting them.
If we want to raise the bar as to what counts as evidence of the paranormal, as individuals we should all be more critical of what that evidence is.
We would rather have one picture of a location with “nothing” in it, then a hundred of “ghosts” that are little more then dust, and “spirit voices” that are nothing more then tape hiss.
We reserve the right not to publish anything we don’t believe fits the criteria of the site.