September 26, 2020 – National Ghost Hunting Day | National Pancake Day

Do You Believe In Ghosts? How About A Good Breakfast? Check Out How We Are Celebrating Both!

Welcome to September 26, 2020 on the National Day Calendar. Today we celebrate spooky pursuits and a thousand year old breakfast.

Who you gonna call? The Warrens. Let me explain… As a child, Ed Warren grew up in a haunted house. His future wife Lorraine realized that she had clairvoyant abilities. When they married, the two became world-renowned paranormal investigators, helping people with hauntings and supernatural phenomena. Among their most famous cases were Annabelle, a possessed doll, and their investigation of The Amityville Horror. They became so well-known that Ed even became recognized by the Catholic Church as a demonologist. The Warrens’ story has inspired amateur ghost hunters around the world to seek out haunted houses, searching for signs of spiritual activity. You may not be a believer but on National Ghost Hunting Day, there’s a whole lot of videos online that may just change your mind. 

Today we celebrate a 30,000 year old breakfast food, the pancake.  That’s right, the Stone Age folks were eating pancakes and scientists even found pancakes in the stomach of Otzi the Iceman, who dates back 5,300 years!   You would think after all this time we would be tired of one food, but pancakes are loved around the world.  Most cultures have some variation, although not all of them are for breakfast.  You have probably heard of hot cakes or johnnycakes, but they’re also called crepes, latkes and blinis.  You get the picture. Even Shakespeare wrote about pancakes. On National Pancake Day enjoy them any way you please.  Flat and delicious or stacked mile high, everyone loves a flapjack. 

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