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Near-Death Experiences of Two Famous Ladies
The happiest part of my research for this article was learning that Elizabeth has no doubt her little dog, Sugar, has a soul, and will be with her after leaving this realm. Taylor says she is no longer afraid of death, because she “has been there.”
New Jersey Devil a/k/a the Leeds Devil
Although there are many devilish creatures throughout the world, there’s a famous devil in New Jersey that is known as the Jersey Devil. This particular horned one has been sighted thousands of times throughout New Jersey and in Pennsylvania over the last two hundred years.
New Paranormal Research Group in Midwest
The Paranormal Research Group of Northeast Missouri (NEMO) is based out of Hannibal, Missouri, with members from Hannibal and Palmyra, Missouri, and Quincy, Illinois. We investigate possible paranormal activity at various locations all over the Midwest.
On January 23, 1896, a man and his daughter were walking down a road near their home in Gallia County, when a large beast attacked the man. After a frighteningly long struggle, the girl hit the creature in the head with a rock, and it ran away.
Old Hood Residence in Portland
The ghosts of a murderer and his wife, the victim, share a home with the Brown family in North Portland, Oregon.
Old House Woods in Diggs, Virginia
By Whites Creek near Chesapeake Bay in Matthews County Virginia, there is a small area comprised of dense pine trees and boggy terrain known as Old House Woods. The area is known to have been haunted for well over 200 years.
Orphanages have existed in the United States for almost 300 years. Some provided safe and healthy environments for children to grow and learn. Others were virtual workhouses and children were neglected, starved, and abused. Is it any wonder that there are so many reports of mass hauntings by childre
Patapsco Female Institute
"Many of the young female students died, including Annie Van Derlot, the daughter of a wealthy southern plantation owner, who died of pneumonia during her first winter at the school. One source reports that she died December 31, 1879. Evidently, Annie never left."
Pennsylvania Psychic Martha Watson PhD
Recently, I had the pleasure of speaking with Dr. Martha Watson, Master Healer and Spiritual Development Teacher who specializes in helping individuals with pain management, psychosomatic disorders and stress management.
Poltergeist of Wizard Clip, New Jersey
The story of how Wizard Clip, West Virginia got its name is a fascinating one centering on mysterious and paranormal events that took place in 1790.
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