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Tuesday, January 6, 2009


CrypticMedia = Simple & Enjoyable. I could end the review there .... but I won't. Ok so they claim to be the first website dedicated to paranormal videos (ghosts, UFOs, cryptids etc) but they're not - I'm not going to let a little false claim like that stop me from enjoying a site that simply delivers awesome videos without a load of other stuff cluttering up the screen.

So what can they fix? Well if I was to meet them on the street I'd say "Hey, nice site. Would it be possible to bring up the size of the videos a bit?". When I do find a video on there that catches my eye I usually end up going to the CrypticMedia YouTube Channel to view it a bit bigger. I mean if the footage allows it then they should show it as best they can, right?

As thats my only problem with the site I have to compliment them on a nice clean template, and good use of color. You're pretty much guarunteed a new video everyday which may not be a huge amount but at least you can digest what you view.


Monday, January 5, 2009


Ok so, PARANORMAL WASHINGTON! Well to start off the New Year I decided to google Paranormal 2009 and this was the first site to come back that was reviewable (is that a word?).

Not a bad site to stumble across as it happens. Sure its a little slow to load at times (not my connection folks) but its only because they have everything. In some cases I would say they have to much but really they are using everything they have rather than just adding crap for the sake of it.

The graphics are nice enough, colors kept simple and the content is well written.

Anyway it looks like a site for a particular and localized community and in that serves them very well. I'd like to see a few more groups adopt this approach rather than aiming for global appeal and landing on their asses.