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Past Ghost Stories from St. Louis
I recently found an interesting story in the 26 Feb 1888 edition of the St. Louis Post-Dispatch containing a few local St. Louis ghost tales.
World War II Foo Fighters
Although most people have heard of the band Foo Fighters, many do not realize that the term was previously used during World War II by Allied aircraft pilots to describe sightings of “fast-moving round glowing objects following their aircraft” in the night sky above Europe.
Interview with Author Randall Dunn
Written interview with Randall Dunn, author of the paranormal action thriller "The Red Rider"
What is the Mandela Effect?
A few weeks ago my son asked my daughter and I if we remember the movie Shazaam from the 1990s starring Sinbad. We both replied that we do. Although many people remember the movie very well, even specific scenes, there is no evidence that this movie ever existed. How can that be?
Ghostly Tales from Western Illinois
Hauntings and folklore dating back from the 1930s and earlier in Adams County, Illinois.
Haunted Walnut Street Inn, Springfield
My introduction to the Walnut Street Inn on the corner of Walnut Street and John Q. Hammons Parkway in Springfield, Missouri, was in the holiday 2016 issue of Midwest Traveler magazine encouraging visitors to “mix it up with ghosts of Christmas past.”
Haunted Story, Indiana
The entire town of Story, Indiana is now the Story Inn. One of the guest rooms, located above an old general store, has been considered haunted for many years by the spirit of Jane Story, the wife of Dr. George Story, and known as the “Blue Lady.”
Haunted Hawaii Plantation Village
Hawaii’s Plantation Village, located in Waipahu, is an outdoor museum of more than 25 restored buildings representing the history of Hawaii. There are reports by staff that half of the 25 buildings are haunted.
Ghosts of Garnet, Montana
Garnet, Montana was built as a temporary town for the miners flooding in from California and Colorado. Amazingly, over a century after it was created, there are still parts of the of the ghost town remaining. There are also many stories that past residents of the old town remain as well.
Haunted Rockcliffe Mansion in Hannibal
Rockcliffe Mansion was built by local lumber baron, John J. Cruikshank, in 1900 for his second wife, Annie, and their four daughters. The family lived in the beautiful mansion until John’s death in 1924. The home stood empty for 43 years. Many believe that John J. Cruikshank still resides at Rockcli
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