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Laughing Lady Ghost of Palmyra
In the early part of the year 1900, the little town of Palmyra, Missouri, was plagued with an apparition that was witnessed by many of the town’s most distinguished citizens.
Haunted West Point Lighthouse Inn
Mysterious lights, odd voices, cold spots, the apparition of the first lighthouse keeper, ghost ships and sea serpents have all been reported in the area of the West Point Lighthouse Inn in O'Leary on Prince Edward Island in Canada.
Haunted Molly Brown House
Visitors and staff at The Molly Brown House in Denver have experienced paranormal activity over the years including the spirit of Molly Brown.
The Ghost of Sonja Henie
Connie Stevens' gorgeous Hollywood mansion was haunted by the spirit of the Norwegian Olympic Figure Skating Champion and Actress Sonja Henie during the entire time they lived there.
The Tale of Busby’s Chair
The Tale of Busby's Chair is the story of a chair cursed since 1702 by a man on his way to be hanged. There are many verified accounts of individuals dying in a harrowing manner shortly after sitting in the cursed chair.
Haunted Stonecroft Manor
Before passing on, the previous owner of Stonecroft Manor, Carolyn Williams, kindly shared the story of the paranormal activity she and her mother experienced while living at the mansion off of Route 0 in Hannibal, Missouri.
Fighting Fairy Woman of Bodmin
Joan Wytte, also called the Fighting Fairy Woman of Bodmin, was born in Bodmin, Cornwall, in 1775. She was a known healer and white witch in the area.
The Spirit of a Boy Called “Shippa”
It isn't uncommon in the paranormal realm for spirits to attach themselves to children. Quite often the spirits of young ones are drawn to the presence of children living in the area they inhabit or "haunt."
Tombstone’s Haunted Big Nose Kate’s
Big Nose Kate’s Saloon in Tombstone, Arizona was originally opened as the Grand Hotel in September of 1880. Two years later, the building was destroyed in a devastating fire. Today, the renovated building is known as Big Nose Kate's Saloon. A variety of paranormal activity has been reported.
The Legend of Screaming Johnny's
Most small towns have an urban legend or two attached to their history; and, Mark Twain's hometown of Hannibal, Missouri is no different. Anyone growing up there during the late 1950's, 60's and 70's has heard the tale about Screaming Johnny's.
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