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Possessed Students in Uganda
The Sir Tito Winyi Primary School in Uganda was forced to close in March of 2008 because the students were possessed by demons.
Lawson Children Haunt Squires Inn
In 1929, instead of candy and gifts, Christmas day brought murder and mayhem to the residents of Germanton, North Carolina. Charles Lawson a/k/a “Laughing” Charlie awakened Christmas morning without his sanity.
Zombies of Haiti
Zombies of the Haiti religion of Voodoo.
UFO Sighting in Socorro, NM
On an early evening in late April of 1964, Lonnie Zamora was in his patrol car preparing to chase a speeding vehicle when he heard an explosion. Thinking the nearby dynamite shack might have blown up, Zamora headed in that direction to check it out.
Lalaurie Mansion of New Orleans
Mrs. Delphine Lalaurie and her third husband, Dr. Dr. Leonard Louis Nicolas Lalaurie moved into their new home at 1140 Rue Royal in 1832. Well respected and adored by New Orleans’ society, no one had any idea of the hideous atrocities of which they were capable.
Interview with JJ Lumsden, Author
If you are looking for a perfect book to accompany a cup of hot cocoa, a cozy blanket, and your four-legged friend curled up next to your feet on a snowy weekend, I would suggest The Hidden Whisper.
The King’s Tavern of Natchez
Not your “typical” haunted inn, The King’s Tavern has had some particularly horrific crimes take place in its history, including the appalling murder of an infant whose cries are heard to this day.
The Railway House in Massachusetts
In 1832, John Stone built and opened The Railway House by the train tracks in Ashland, Massachusetts. The inn was a very successful business, and Stone died a prosperous man in 1858. For some reason, his spirit lingers on at his old establishment, and it isn’t very nice.
The Conductor at Maco Station
When an individual attempts to do a good deed, and dies in the process, one would think the spirit of the benevolent character would pass peacefully on to his or her next life. For some unknown reason, this isn’t always the case.
Killer Melon Heads of Kirtland
Not long after WWII ended, the federal government hired a doctor to treat hydrocephalic children at his remote orphanage-type institute, Sumner Cottage, in Kirtland, Ohio.
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