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Mexico, Missouri's Haunted Hill
In the year 1884, just west of the town of Mexico, Missouri, was an area designated as the “Ghost District” due to the frequent sightings of paranormal activity on the hill of the main county road.
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.
Molly Brown House in Denver
Although I've never heard any rumors or stories about the Molly Brown House in my hometown of Hannibal, Missouri being haunted, evidently the Molly Brown House in Denver does have its share of ghostly apparitions.
Mongolian Death Worm
Although not nearly as large as the worm in the movie “Tremors,” a rooftop would still be as good a place as any to be if you come across the acid-spitting, electricity-throwing Mongolian Death Worm. Of course, a rooftop might be rather difficult to find in the Gobi Desert.
Every spring, for about two weeks, sometimes a little longer, depending on the amount of sunshine and rain our Earth receives, a phenomenon called "mushroom hunting season" sweeps through the mid west.
Morgan Fairchild and a Ghost
As a young woman, Morgan Fairchild married a man in the music industry. For two years, she and her husband lived with her mother-in-law and the ghost of her mother-in-law’s father who tormented Morgan the entire time.
Mothman of West Virginia
During November and December of 1966, and all through the following year, there were actually more than a hundred sightings of Mothman reported from all over West Virginia. The creature was always described as having a ten-foot wingspan, large glowing red eyes, and an accompanying feeling of dread.
My Eve of May 21, 2011
Several times throughout my life, the end of the world has been predicted in one dour form or another. Usually, I pay little or no attention to the dire forecast. Prophecies of this kind have been going on since time began.
My Take on King’s “Revival”
My take on Stephen King's "Revival"
Nacht Ruprecht and the Tomtin
In Germanic folklore, there is a horror story about creatures that lived in the Black Forest many centuries ago.Vicious “little people” called tomtin - who might also be called dwarves or elves were said to roam the area committing vicious crimes against humanity during the harsh winter months.
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