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Haunted Museum of the Mummies
The Museum of the Mummies in Guanajuato, Mexico is an unusual and unique exhibition of mummified bodies. As if the horror of seeing dead baby corpses isn't enough . . . the place is haunted too!
Haunted Villa Paula of Miami
Cliff Ensor was the first resident of Villa Paula to report strange happenings. All of his senses were assaulted with ghostly stimuli. Ensor would often hear high heels walking on the stone walkway. He also heard a piano playing. Many times knocking was heard at the door, only to find no one there.
Haunted USS Hornet
Built in 1942 to 1943 and launched from Newport News, Virginia, the USS Hornet became one of the most highly decorated ships in WWII, “amassing an unequalled combat record.” Today, the USS Hornet is thought by many to be “the most haunted ship in history.”
Glenn Ford . . . Reincarnated
Glenn Ford is remembered for being a part of countless wonderful movies including Blackboard Jungle, 3:20 to Yuma, and The Courtship of Eddie’s Father. Until recently, I had no idea of other roles Mr. Ford had played before he became an actor...even before he was born...into this life.
Van Tassel and the Integratron
Although I have not had the pleasure of visiting George Van Tassel’s Integratron by Giant Rock near Landers, California, the experience of a “Sound Bath” inside the domed structure is high on my list.
The Disappearance of Frederick Valentich
A pilot of a Cessna 182L disappeared mysteriously in 1978 over Bass Strait to King Island, Australia after reporting that a "strange aircraft" was "hovering on top" of him. His last words were: "It is hovering, and it's not an aircraft." The pilot and his plane were never seen or heard from again.
The Haunted Hermitage
In the town of Hermitage, Tennessee on Rachel’s Lane, rests the old home of Andrew Jackson and his wife. The Hermitage plantation house was where Jackson was residing at the time of his death in 1845. Many visitors to the historic house, a museum since 1889, are certain Jackson is still there!
Ghosts of Richmond Bridge
The beautiful Richmond Stone Arch Bridge in Tasmania, Australia, is breathtaking to behold on a sunny day. By night, you might be even more surprised by what you see!
Patapsco Female Institute
"Many of the young female students died, including Annie Van Derlot, the daughter of a wealthy southern plantation owner, who died of pneumonia during her first winter at the school. One source reports that she died December 31, 1879. Evidently, Annie never left."
Dean Koontz’s Frankenstein
While on vacation in the southwest recently, I had dinner with an old friend in Albuquerque who also believes Dean Koontz is "brilliant," and told me that I should definitely read the Frankenstein series of books because they have all the positive characteristics of his best work.
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