Fiction: The Ghost In My House Are My Friends Part I
“You live with ghost?” they all sang in a chorus. Last week was horrible for Ella, and she decided to treat herself to something she had never had before. So, she went to the Lieu où Les Rêves Deviennent Réalité.
Octagon Hall is one of Kentucky's most haunted houses; mass graves surround the house.
Octagon Hall is one of only two octagon houses left in Kentucky and is rumored to be haunted. Octagon Hall is located in Franklin, Kentucky, and was built by Andrew Jackson Caldwell; construction began in 1847 and was completed by 1859; the house sat on 1500 acres; Caldwell was a wealthy farmer and wanted his home to be opulent and displayed his wealth.
Exploring the Ghostly Legends and Paranormal Activity at Texas Tech University
Texas Tech University is renowned for its brilliant academics, competitive athletic teams, and breathtaking buildings. Paranormal activity has a dark and gloomy past on the university's campus, despite its glistening exterior. From ghostly apparitions in the Chemistry Building to haunted dorm rooms, Texas Tech has long been an attraction for ghost hunters and paranormal investigators.
The Shadowy Stage of the Cactus Theater: Uncovering Its Terrifying Ghost
When the sun sets over Lubbock, Texas, the Cactus Theater takes on an ominous aura. Its red-brick facade towers menacingly over the deserted street, acting as a beacon of dread for those who dare approach after dark. It is reported that the theater is haunted by the ghost of a young woman, whose restless spirit is trapped within its confines.
The Ghostly Legend of Texas Tech's English and Philosophy Building
The English and Philosophy building at Texas Tech University has a ghost story that has been passed down for centuries. According to legend, a young woman still haunts the building to this day. According to reports, the young woman was a talented literary student at Texas Tech University who fell in love with one of her professors. Professors was considerably older and married; he was fired when their affair was exposed. The young woman, unable to endure life without him, regrettably committed by jumping from the fourth level of the building.
I Saw A Ghost In My New House!
Have you ever experienced something strange and unexplained? I recently moved into a new house, and I have been having some eerie experiences lately. From strange noises to paranormal activities, I'm starting to think that there might be a ghost in my house! Let me tell you what has been going on.
Her Ghost Haunted Her Killer to a Confession: The Story of Carrie Ann Jopek
More than three decades after 13-year-old Carrie Ann Jopek went missing after a house party, her killer would come forward to confess , saying that Carrie’s ghost had been haunting him ever since that fateful day. Her disappearance and death went unsolved for 30 years until the perpetrator said he just could not handle being haunted by her spirit any longer. What’s crazy, is that this case would likely have never been solved if he did not come forward and admitted to what had happened.
Lost Souls: The Abandoned Central Hospital Insane Asylum
We explore the country's largest abandoned insane asylum in Milledgeville, Ga.
10 Most Haunted Places in California - You Shouldn’t Pass By At Night Or When You’re Alone
If you're a fan of the supernatural and the unexplained, California has no shortage of haunted places to visit. The state has many spooky destinations, from abandoned hospitals to historic mansions. But be warned, and these places are not for the faint of heart. These locations have been known to send chills down visitors' spines and leave them questioning their sanity.
Most Haunted 5 Place in Chicago - You Shouldn’t Pass By At Night Or When You’re Alone
Chicago is a city known for its architecture, food, and culture. But did you know it's also rumored to be one of the most haunted cities in the United States? Chicago has its fair share of spooky stories, from ghostly apparitions to unexplained noises and strange occurrences. Here are five of the most haunted places in Chicago:
Five More Haunted Alabama Backroads And Bridges
I wrote an article last fall about "Haunted Alabama Backroads and Bridges" You can find it here in case you missed it. There's no doubt that our state has the lions share of dark forested areas ...but I had no idea how many of those places are said to be haunted. After my first article, stories began pouring in about more lonely stretches of haunted roads and bridges in Alabama. Readers told me of places where they witnessed terrifying paranormal events. Are you ready for another midnight drive? Here are five more haunted Alabama backroads and bridges...
The Mysterious "Ghost Lights" Seen in a North Carolina Mountain Since 1910, Are Believed To Be from Ghosts or UFO
In North Carolina, near Brown Mountain, there are reportedly some ghostly lights known as the Brown Mountain lights. The earliest written reports of mysterious lights date back to approximately 1910, around the same time as electric lighting started to spread in the region.
Orphanes Jumped Off Burning Building To Escape Fire At Dorothea Dix
Walking through Dorothea Dix park today, you may not even notice that were graves once in the park. There have been at least 20 graves found, possibly hundreds more that haven't been discovered yet. The people who were most likely buried there were enslaved persons of Spring Hill Plantation, forgotten mentally ill patience committed to Dorothea Dix, and the lost orphans who passed away in the fire at the Nazareth Orphans.
Uncovering the Secrets of Pennsylvania's Ghost Towns
Pennsylvania is a state rich in history, and its past is filled with stories of forgotten towns and abandoned places. These ghost towns offer a glimpse into the state's past and provide a fascinating opportunity for exploration. Here are some of the secrets of Pennsylvania's ghost towns.
The Night That Florence, Alabama Police Confronted A Ghost
My dad worked as an investigator with the Florence, Alabama Police Department a little over two decades. In that time, he worked hundreds of local cases - from homicides to thefts to bootlegging (this was back when Lauderdale was a dry county). Of all the stories he told me about his years serving the public, this is one of my favorites: the night that the Florence Police confronted a ghost.
9 Best Haunted Places in America - Your Ultimate Guide to the Scariest Spots
There are plenty of haunted places in America, and not all of them are located at a creepy old cabin in the woods. In fact, some of the most frightening spots are right in the middle of a large city. Many people tend to think that ghosts and other paranormal entities can only be found in old buildings or remote locations. However, there are some very eerie locations right here in our own backyards (no pun intended). We’ll take you on a tour through America’s spookiest spots to visit if you’re looking for something a bit more sinister than a standard hike. From famous hotels and houses to prisons and asylums, read on to learn about 9 haunted locations across the country that will give you goosebumps.
My Haunted Estate Sale
I've been conducting estate sales in the Shoals area of north Alabama for close to 10 years. In that time, I've met some of the most wonderful people that walk this earth - from the families who hire me to my amazing customers. I've made life long friendships in my line of work and cherish every single one. I've also had a lot of very strange things happen while prepping for my sales - things I can't explain. This story is about one of the more notable experiences I've had. You can believe it or not - but this is what happened.
The Whispers of the Anasazi to the Ghost of Willie, Spirits & Ghosts are Alive in Alamogordo, New Mexico
Indian wells where spirits roam and voices are heard in AlamogordoPhoto by2nd Life Media. The land now known as Alamogordo, New Mexico has been inhabited by people as far back as 11,000 years ago. Numerous pre-historic Paleo-Indian sites yielding unique artifacts, Indian wells, and petroglyphs are found within the city limits, most, not marked, and only known to locals. Sitting on an Indian well,near New Mexico State University Alamogordo as the wind blows, one can hear and feel the spirits of the first peoples and envision them living in communion with nature. Several locals refer to the “whispers by the wells” as proof of the Anasazi still roaming the mountains and riverbeds within Alamogordo. For 1,000 years, long before Columbus, the Anasazi Indians were lords of this land. Their civilization was as complex and sophisticated as that of the Mayans. Then, apparently without warning, the Anasazi all but disappeared. They left the Tularosa Basin with their belongings in place, ladles left in ceramic bowls, granaries sealed full of supplies, Indian wells dug awaiting their return. Leaving as they did, they planned to return. Local’s claim they are indeed here among us and when hiking in solitude when nearing their sacred grounds, riverbeds, and wells, if you listen, “you will hear their whispers from the other side.”
Fiction: She Had Fun Scaring Death Away
“He isn’t going with you today!” Nicky heard Vera, the PCA taking care of her father, saying. Nodding while walking towards the room, Vera’s voice repeated, “Get out of here because he isn’t going with you while I am here!”