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A decade of paranormal collecting with Creepy Hollows

In RP, Shopping, Wizards/Witches/Pagans on 25 April, 2011 at 7:30 pm

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Creepy Hollows for the paranormal collector

People collect all sorts of things. They collect books, DVDs, photos, comic books, art, pens, figurines, movie posters, toys, tools…in short if it exists, and sometimes even if it doesn’t, someone, somewhere probably collects it. What makes the items and collectors assembled by Ash and Magnolia West at CreepyHollows.com different from the “normal” collector is that they deal in artifacts that are haunted, spirited or enchanted.

Magnolia’s specialty is the White arts. Ash is a Master of Dark Arts. Both have spent their lives developing their craft and forging the frontier of paranormal collecting. CreepyHollows.com has also launched, Paranormal Collector, the world’s first magazine dedicated to collectors of haunted artifacts. Their new book Spirit Keeping, is the first book on the subject as well.

“We’re always looking to develop the balance of science, paranormal energy, and expand our capabilities,” explains co-founder Ash West. “It’s a motivation & inspiration for developing this lesser known side of the paranormal community. There are many, many paranormal aspects yet to be discovered.”

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  1. Creepy Hollows is corrupt as hell, and if you’re not part of their little ‘clique’ on e-Bay, BEWARE because they will come after you. They don’t want you stealing their profits, otherwise why would they still sell on e-Bay even when they already have their own store (which sells the same crap you can get on Amazon.com for cheaper. Don’t believe me? Check this out:
    http://i.imgur.com/kRbQv.jpg This is a screenshot of a “COPYRIGHTED” item they have for sale. The original link can be found here, but I’ll put money that Magnolia will remove it which is why I have also taken a screencap: http://shop.creepyhollows.com/product.php?productid=5818&cat=146&page=1

    Ok, so it’s a box that they claim to have COPYRIGHTED with a Quetzalcoatl on it. Pretty funny then that you can get the same kitschy box from Amazon, for cheaper: http://www.amazon.com/Quetzalcoatl-Lord-Dawn-Dragon-Trinket/dp/B004YR5BZY/ref=sr_1_1?ie=UTF8&qid=1306869647&sr=8-1

    Now, lets look at what COPYRIGHT actually means. From the Dictionary:
    The exclusive legal right, given to an originator or an assignee to print, publish, perform, film, or record literary, artistic, or musical material, and to authorize others to do the same.

    So they claim to have the LEGAL RIGHT to sell these boxes, that they had no hand in creating and simply bought and resold. Shoddy business practices, indeed!

    Creepy Hollows is a SCAM, from start to finish. One simply has to google “Creepy Hollows Scams” to find PAGES of source information on their terrible habits. They claim that it’s disgruntled sellers that hate them – but if you check the dates on the reports none of them fall within the same time-frame. They’re just back-peddling in their story because they know they’ve been caught with their pants down and they’re trying to cover up their lies.

    • I’ve never order anything from Creepy Hollows, so I can’t speak to their practices or prices. I do know that the “magickal item” trade, like that of doing psychic or tarot or palm reading (or any other kind of reading), is risky for both buyers and sellers. Everyone has to make their own choices based on their own experiences.

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