Explore Boggarts Paranormal-Scope

Photo Courtesy by Keith Williamson / Boggart Hole Clough Brook / CC BY-SA 2.0 on Wikipedia. Boggart Hole Clough Brook in England. This park, just north of Manchester city centre, contains some dramatic ravines. Local legend associates a boggart with this area. A boggart is a mischievous spirit mainly found in Lancashire and Yorkshire. they were thought to be responsible for poltergeist activity.

A boggart in English Folklore may inhabit a house but is more likely to be found in marshes or fields. Other names for the boggart is bogie, bugbear, or bogeyman. This is a week of mysterious things. Keep your eyes open.

While I am not qualified in any way to read neither stars nor planets, I am intimately linked to the paranormal in the world in many ways. So are you.

The paranormal-scope is for entertainment purposes only and is not meant to guide your life by.

Boggarts are not usually friendly. To protect one’s home, you can hang a horseshoe above the door. Take other measure, too, like checking the batteries in your smoke detectors.

Some boggarts live in caves. Time to redecorate for the coming season. Throw out things you don’t want anymore. If they’re in good shape, give them to charity.

In Norththumberland, England, brownies who are generally helpful household creatures can become a boggart is offended. Some people are offended easily. Focus on work and avoid lenthy conversations.

Boggarts can resemble humans sort of but be small or very large and have saucer eyes. Don’t judge a book by its cover. Remember to smile.

The Grizlehurt Boggart in Lancashire is reported to have created mischief even though dead and buried. Never underestimate anyone.

Boggarts sometimes live under bridges. Prepare for your summer trip, but be sure to bring money for tolls.

Boggarts are often blamed for potholes in roads. Be sure to check out your tires before going on a trip.

On the moon, there is a crater called Bogie. Honor your folklore this week by reading a book of old tales.

Boggarts are walking down your street. Take another street and be aware of your surroundings.

Many authors have had boggarts in their stories, each boggart being distinctive with a certain talent. You will meet a new friend with a different expertise.

Slow down when you come to a sharp bend in the road. Boggarts like to hand out there. Take things slow this week, and enjoy your life.

Sometimes boggarts prefer to be invisible. Don’t be invisible to family or friends. Socialize more.

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