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Haunted Canadian Museum of Nature
The Victoria Memorial Museum Building known as “the castle” in Ottawa was built in 1905, and has housed the Canadian Museum of Nature since 1912. It cannot be determined when employees began hearing weird noises in the hallways of the huge structure, but reports have been going on for decades.
The Haunting of Chretien Point
I’ve had the pleasure of touring many beautiful plantation homes in the state of Louisiana, but I have not yet checked out the former cotton plantation of Chretien Point near Opelousas in Sunset, Louisiana.
Caught in a Crop Circle
Crop circles are an interesting, mysterious and very controversial phenomenon. I found it especially interesting to learn about a couple actually caught inside a crop circle as it was forming.
Haunted Book House in St. Louis
Browsing through “real” bookstores is always a treat for me; but, a bookstore with ghosts is even more delightful.
Haunted Toronto Queen’s Park
There are several female spirits haunting the area that are believed to have been residents of the University Lunatic Asylum for females that stood on the grounds from 1849 to the late 1860s, when it was moved to another location.
Jean Grenier, Werewolf of France
In the spring of 1603, 13-year-old Marguerite Poirier of Gascony was attacked by a creature during a full moon.
1970s Murder and Haunting in Illinois
In 1979, Bob Brewer and his new bride moved into their first home at 1631 N. 24th in Quincy, Illinois. Initially, things were fine at their rental home, but it wasn’t long before they started to hear a basketball bouncing on the slab floor downstairs about 3:00 every morning. This kept on
Haunted Hotel Savoy in K.C.
Several ghostly apparitions have been reported at the Hotel Savoy in Kansas City, Missouri.
Review: Proof of Heaven by Eben Alexander, M.D.
Review of book by Dr. Eben Alexander called Proof of Heaven.
Krampus, Santa of the dark side
According to the Alpine folklore of Krampus, which means “claw,” not only are bad children not rewarded with gifts at Christmas, but through the night of Dec. 5 and the morning of Dec. 6, naughty children are punished for their wicked behavior.
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