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Daisy Irene Dryden was like any other little girl for her ten years of life…until her final three dying days when she began communicating with the dead.
Review: Exposed, Uncovered, and Declassified
Review of the book: Exposed, Uncovered, and Declassified: Ghosts, Spirits & Hauntings edited by Michael Pye and Kirsten Dalley.
The Haunting of Hurricane Mills
Loretta Lynn is a household name when it comes to country music, but most fans don't know about the extensive paranormal activity that has been a part of her life since she was a child.
I was amazed at the tremendous number of myths and folklore regarding black dogs, devil dogs, and hell hounds. They have even been depicted as eaters of the dead, and guardians of the road to hell. There is also a theory that they tend to be sighted at places located along the earth’s lines of energ
New Paranormal Research Group in Midwest
The Paranormal Research Group of Northeast Missouri (NEMO) is based out of Hannibal, Missouri, with members from Hannibal and Palmyra, Missouri, and Quincy, Illinois. We investigate possible paranormal activity at various locations all over the Midwest.
John Zaffis, Paranormal Investigator
An introduction to expert paranormal investigator and demonologist John Zaffis.
Haunted Oriental Theater in Chicago
Do ghosts of woman and children who perished in the devastating Chicago Iroquois Theater fire in 1903 haunt performances at the theater to this day?
Twain’s Haunted House in Hartford
Some of Twain’s happiest….and his most heartbreaking…years were spent in the home he built in 1874 in Hartford, Connecticut. His daughter died tragically in the home in 1896. An apparition fitting Susy’s description is often reported in the Mark Twain House.
Manteno State Hospital in Illinois
Thousands of hurting individuals suffered through unbelievable atrocities during their time at Manteno. Many types of barbaric “treatments” were performed upon the patients.Horrendous experiments were conducted on the patients at Manteno, without their knowledge or consent.
Mothman of West Virginia
During November and December of 1966, and all through the following year, there were actually more than a hundred sightings of Mothman reported from all over West Virginia. The creature was always described as having a ten-foot wingspan, large glowing red eyes, and an accompanying feeling of dread.
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