Paranormal & All things related
The Vampire Ghost of Chestnut Hill Cemetery - Exeter, Rhode Island During the 1800's in Exeter, Rhode Island the local towns people believed they were being stalked by a vampire. A girl named Mercy Brown died in 1892. Some believed that she was the source of a many deaths in Exeter. Her final resting place is now known as one of the most haunted cemeteries in the United States.
Horseshoe Curve Tunnel - Altoona One of the most renown railroad landmarks in the United States, horseshoe curve, is near Altoona, PA. The tunnel beyond the museum for that allows cars to pass through the curve is supposedly haunted. If you go into the tunnel and shut off your engine, its is said that on occasion, you can hear voices a
The haunting of the Screaming Tunnel one of Niagara Falls’ most enduring legends. Located off Warner Road, it runs under the railway tracks that link Niagara Falls to Toronto & New York City. According to legend, over a century ago, a farm house located just past the south entrance caught fire one night. A young girl, her clothes engulfed in flames, fled screaming from the house. She ran through the tunnel in an attempt to extinguish her garments but collapsed and died on the tunnel floor.
St. James House of Prayer Episcopal Church The historic church building was erected in 1922 and dedicated in February, 1923. The Reverend William C. Richardson, MD, a retired physician-turned-priest, personally spearheaded the construction of the church, even purchasing and donating the land. He selected architect Louis A. Fort to design the Gothic Revival church, including a tower, battlements, and stained glass windows.The church building is unique in its construction, with 16-inc
this photo was taken at cuckoo's nook in Birmingham, England. I'd heard that it was a spooky place from my childhood and after talking to a few friends (rob is the one pictured) we decided that beings as it was the 6th of the 6th of the 6th, we thought we'd scare each other by going there at night. nothing happened while we were there but after looking at the photo's I noticed a blurry figure just on the right hand side of rob in one of the photos. it freaked us out to no end!
Crescent Hotel & Spa-Eureka Springs ARK One of the most playful ghosts to inhabit the grounds is Michael, a young Irish stonemason who came to America to help build the hotel. According to legend, when he leaned over the landing to see a pretty girl passing by, he fell to his death near room 218, one of the rooms with the most reported paranormal activity. Another part of the hotel that is haunted involves the area on the 4th floor in which Dr. Baker, who wasn't...
Girl in the Woods with Apparition (right side)
Exorcist House St Louis 8435 Roanoke Drive A small boy from the Washington D.C. area allegedly took up residence in this house in 1949 as he waited for a very unusual procedure. Based on the childs symptoms, the Catholic Church had suggested that the only possible cure for his ailments was an exorcism. When the word Louis appeared above his ribs, they and his family took it as a sign that he needed to relocate to Saint Louis and, as su
Olive Thomas (October 20, 1894 - September 10, 1920) Today, Olive Thomas is most famous for her marriage into the Pickford family, her mysterious death while traveling with him in Paris, and the legend of her ghost, which is said to haunt the New Amsterdam Theatre.
Conn Barracks, Schweinfurt - The site of an old Nazi Hospital, Psych Ward, and Nazi dining facilities that are used as Barracks for US Army soldiers. Two people unknown to each other reported the same: The soldiers were asleep in their beds, when suddenly a ghostly Nazi soldier was standing over their bed looking down at them and making comments to a ghostly nurse standing beside him covered in blood. She had a sad face... Photo by smata2, via Flickr
Moundsville Prison, WV. Shadow Ghost picture taken by Polly Gear of the Mountaineer Paranormal group. This location dates from 1866 and was the home to many dangerous elements of society including most recently Charles Manson. Murders, suicides, violence, and executions all happened here. It is extremely paranormally active. TAPS debunked it but I think they were wrong in this case.
Moundsville prison, West Virginia. This eerie location dates from 1866 and was the home to many dangerous and dark elements of society, including Charles Manson. Murders, suicides, violence, and executions all happened here. It is extremely paranormally active with noises, voices, and odors. Shadow people have been seen all over the location. Is this one of them?
It all began around 1985, when several mysterious fires occurred in England. Only thing that survived the fires was painting of a little boy with a tear rolling his cheek. There were several of these paintings around. And each home would be totally destroyed but the painting of the little crying boy would not show any sign at all of going through a fire. There have been reports of the crying boy painting being found in burnt homes untouched since 1985 and as recent as 1998.
Haunted "Crying Boy" painting!
This doll was offered on Ebay, the infamous "Haunted Harold" doll seems from the story it moves and voices are heard comming from it. its composition, probably made in the 1930s, & there was a brief film where it does apear to move slightly but it seems to have disappeared off the internet like a ghost. When he was first listed, the claims made by Greg, the seller were so outlandish that Harold was discussed on Art Bell's Coast to Coast radio show, and paranormal websites were..