By Lisa Hix — October 25th, You can buy practically anything on the Internet, so why not ghosts? For shipping convenience, the ghosts have attached themselves to objects—often dolls, clowns, and idol figurines, or Ouija boards. But wearables like clothes and jewelry, art like paintings and photographs, as well as household objects like wooden boxes, furniture, and musical instruments seem to be popular places for lost souls to take up residence. What does such paranormal activity look like? Most people who experience the hauntings say that their antique might make them feel cold or anxious or that the item gives them dreams or images of times past.
Charmalier Charmalier Inc. Here is a remarkable Art Deco era German crown top figural perfume bottle depicting a Genie holding a cup or mug. It looks like he's taking a coffee break!
In spite of a frantic year that was frantic for all the wrong reasons, and in spite of far too much to review and not nearly enough time to write about it, I did indeed, thanks to dear and generous friends and my own initiative, get to stick my nose in not a few things I loved this year, many I very much liked and a few I absolutely loathed. Another thing I feel compelled to point out is that many of the perfumes that have made it to this list have yet to be reviewed. In so doing, that violates a principle I have about only including the things I reviewed, but we all have things to do.