Joined on 5th June 2012

Interested in all things supernatural, paranormal, and the unexplained as well as history.


  • "When I was a small child my father worked for the British Coal Board as an engineer, and I was frequently chastised if I ever put my shoes on the table, when I asked about it my father told me that in mining communities the only time boots or shoes were placed on the table was when the family was informed of the death of a miner. His boots would be placed on the table to show he was dead. After that placing shoes or boots on the table was seen as either tempting fate or in poor taste. Seeing someone's shoes on the table could severely frighten someone if they didn't know that the person was alive and well. " - on Shoes on a table are bad luck