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The Haunted Painting on Ebay
. . . I started to wonder if anything haunted had ever been sold on Ebay . . . for real. Of course there was . . . seems you can find just about anything you desire at that cyber shop.
The Haunted Rowboat
In the early 1890's through the turn of the century, the spirit of a large rowboat cruised the waters of the Mississippi River outside of Hannibal, Missouri. Bruce Carlson talks about this in his book "Ghosts of the Mississippi River."
The Haunted Vicarage in Borgvattnet
In northern Sweden rests the small village of Borgvattnet. There is an old vicarage in the village that was built in 1876. According to a letter written in 1927 by Nils Hedlund, the chaplain at the vicarage at this time, he had encountered ghosts in the house.
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.
The Haunting of Hurricane Mills
Loretta Lynn is a household name when it comes to country music, but most fans don't know about the extensive paranormal activity that has been a part of her life since she was a child.
The Jersey Devil
The Jersey Devil a/k/a the Leeds Devil has been sighted all over New Jersey and Pennsylvania many times over the last two hundred years, up to the present time.
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 Legend of Screaming Johnny's
Most small towns have an urban legend or two attached to their history; and, Mark Twain's hometown of Hannibal, Missouri is no different. Anyone growing up there during the late 1950's, 60's and 70's has heard the tale about Screaming Johnny's.
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