We want to hear your Paranormal Cativity stories!
Halloween is just around the corner! And whether you're in it for the candy, the costumes or the scares, the spookiest day of the year is the purrfect time to share some ghost stories. We want to hear yours!
So gather ‘round the digital campfire and share your unexplained stories with us. The only catch is your Tail from the Crypt has to involve a cat. If your cat has a sixth sense for the spooky, we want to hear about it.
Post your spooky Halloween cat in the comments section below or on the Meowingtons Facebook and you could be featured in a Meowingtons Halloween blog post!
Does your cat ever suddenly stop and stare into space?
Maybe they get all huffy and puffy out of the blue.
Do they growl at something that's not even there?
Or maybe they are growling at something (or someone) you can't see ...
Share your stories with us!
For inspiration, here's Buzzfeed's Adam Ellis' chilling "proof' that his cats can see the unseen.
A ghost apparently called "Dear David" is reportedly haunting the comic artist's apartment, and his cats are helping him figure it out.
For the past 4 nights, my cats gather at the front door at exactly midnight & just stare at it, almost like something is on the other side. pic.twitter.com/Y8nnVLv6b4— Adam Ellis (@moby_dickhead) August 7, 2017
It doesn't stop there. There's video evidence of his cat's strange reactions to something in the apartment that can't be seen.
But then, after a few moments, Maxwell freaks out and jumps over something invisible. pic.twitter.com/DIl1O34vPY— Adam Ellis (@moby_dickhead) September 6, 2017
Did you see the green jar move?!
There is also video of Ellis' cat, Maxwell, swatting at something that the camera couldn't pick up. Was it a bug? Or was it Dear David?
Specifically, it recorded Maxwell doing this on and off for hours. pic.twitter.com/bTUKy64d5g— Adam Ellis (@moby_dickhead) September 6, 2017
Post your spooky Halloween cat in the comments section below or on Facebook and you could be featured in a Meowingtons blog post!
Featured image illustration by Emilio Alarcón