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The Drummer of Tidworth (Tedworth)
A tale of poltergeist activity afflicting the Mompesson family in Tidworth, England in the early 1660s.
A Tale of MoMo (Missouri Monster)
Yesterday morning, I drove one of the most beautiful, scenic Mississippi River roads in the country to Louisiana, Missouri, where I talked with Gail Suddarth, long time resident of Louisiana. In 1972, when Gail was about seven years old, she was instrumental in perpetuating the MoMo legend.
Clarendon Hills’ Country House Restaurant
Without a doubt, my next train trip to Chicago will include a visit just west of the city, to the Country House, for a burger and a Bloody Mary. I admit I like a good burger, but that won’t be the only reason I’ll be stopping by the Country House . . .
Granny Dollar and Buster
A story of a special "Granny" and her best friend, Buster, who remains loyal to his mistress well over a century after his death.
Haunted Biltmore Hotel in Coral Gables
A tale of opulence, gambling, murder, and, of course, a ghost or two in the luxurious Biltmore Hotel in Coral Gables, Florida.
What to Do if Your House is Haunted
If the odd occurrences in your home have increased from mildly disturbing to downright frightening, it is undoubtedly time to take action.
The Brown Lady of Raynham Hall
In December of 1936, one of the most famous “ghost photos” taken was published in Country Life Magazine. The picture was taken the previous September by professional photographers on assignment for the magazine to photograph the historic Raynham Hall in England.
Mine Shaft Tavern, Madrid, New Mexico
The Mine Shaft Tavern, said to be the most haunted place in Madrid, is also part of the historic area.
December 21, 2012
Most of us have heard that December 21, 2012, winter solstice, is of particular significance to many. We also know that it has something to do with the fact that the Mayan calendar ends, or from another perspective, restarts, on that date. Why is that important?
Jerome Grand Hotel, Arizona
In the year 1935, the dead body of a maintenance man by the name of Claude M. Harvey was found at the bottom of an elevator shaft in the United Verde Hospital in Jerome, Arizona.
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