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Haunted former Linda Vista Hospital
Linda Vista Community Hospital was built in 1904 in the Boyle Heights neighborhood of Los Angeles. Although its doors closed in 1991, some of the patients...and staff remain.
"Darkest Evening of the Year" Book Review
Review of "The Darkest Evening of the Year," Dean Koontz´s newest book released in November of 2007.
“Heart-Shaped Box” Review
As soon as I began to read Hill’s debut novel, none of that mattered anymore. Didn’t even enter my head as, totally immersed, I made my way through one of the most frightening books I have read in a long time.
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
2009, The Year of Bernadette
2009 has been declared the year of the patron saint of the sick, of family, and of poverty, Saint Bernadette.
A Haunting in New Mexico
A personal experience with a haunting in New Mexico.
A Monster: Albert Fish
Serial killer Hamilton “Albert” Fish was known as the Vampire of Brooklyn, the Werewolf of Wysteria, and the Gray Man. This evil creature was born May 19, 1870 in Washington, D.C. to a father of 75 and a mother of 32.
A Night at Lemp Mansion
A review of the night my daughter and I stayed alone at Lemp Mansion.
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.
Actor Brett Cullen’s Paranormal Encounter
In 1998, Cullen rented an old Victorian home that had belonged to a surgeon during the Civil War. The surgeon's daughter had been hit by a musket ball and died in the house. When Cullen and his young daughter moved in, the spirit of the girl awakened.
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