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The King’s Tavern of Natchez
Not your “typical” haunted inn, The King’s Tavern has had some particularly horrific crimes take place in its history, including the appalling murder of an infant whose cries are heard to this day.
The Lady in White at Dragsholm Slot
The castle was updated with new bathroom facilities in the 1930s, and old disintegrating walls were removed at that time. The construction workers found a skeleton wearing a white dress behind one of the decaying walls!
The Lady of Red Mountain
Most of us know the story of Doc Holliday and his exploits after moving west in the hopes that the drier air would help his tuberculosis. But, unless you live in Manitou Springs, Colorado, you might not have heard of Emma Crawford.
The Magick of Serena Blackthorne
Recently, I made a delightful discovery: an online magick store!I became fascinated by the information about the woman responsible for it all. I have had the privilege of communicating with Ms. Serena Blackthorne, and am sharing some of the highlights of our interview.
The Mary Celeste
Not one soul could be found on board the Mary Celeste. The Captain and his family and the entire crew were missing. They were never seen again.
The Murder of Nannie Womack
On December 8, 1908, in Jamestown, Kentucky, a nine-year-old little girl was found murdered in the woods near her home. Nannie Womack had been choked, and hit in the head.
The Premonition of Sam Clemens
Samuel Clemens a/k/a Mark Twain suffered many tragedies during his lifetime. One of the earliest in his life was the loss of his younger brother, Henry, only 20 years old, when the steamer the Pennsylvania exploded on June 13, 1858. A few days before the tragedy, Sam had dreamed of the event.
The Pressing of Giles Corey
The death of Giles Corey, the only person in the United States who has been legally killed by "pressing."
The Purple Mask Theater
This is a tale of a ghost called "Nick," who is said to haunt the campus of Kansas State University since his death during a football game in the 1950s.
The Railway House in Massachusetts
In 1832, John Stone built and opened The Railway House by the train tracks in Ashland, Massachusetts. The inn was a very successful business, and Stone died a prosperous man in 1858. For some reason, his spirit lingers on at his old establishment, and it isn’t very nice.
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