In May 1812, a man named Russell Colvin mysteriously disappeared without explanation from his hometown of Manchester, Vermont. Colvin happened to be the brother-in-law of Jesse and Stephen Boorn, who never liked him. Colvin’s whereabouts would remain unknown for the next seven years until the Boorn brothers’ uncle, Amos Boorn, shared a crazy story. Apparently, Amos had been having recurring dreams where the ghost of Russell Colvin appeared at his bedside. The ghost said that he had been ...
Ashmore Estates is a historic building outside of Ashmore, Illinois.This former almshouse, once part of the Coles County Poor Farm, was built in 1916 and operated until 1959, when it was purchased by Ashmore Estates, Inc. for use as a private psychiatric care facility. Ashmore Estates closed in 1987.
The Demons That Haunt This Old Home In Upstate New York Are Extremely Terrifying
Amityville House : What Really Happened. 112 Ocean Blvd. Amityville, New York. Christopher Lutz was just a child when the events occurred in his house in 1975. He says from the countless media portrayal the story has drastically changed however he claims the hauntings were definitely real and he believes had something to do with his stepfathers strange rituals.
The Pirates' House, Savannah, Georgia If there's a Jack Sparrow wannabe in the family, a trip to The Pirates' House is a must. Built in 1753, this tavern has a fascinating history replete with actual pirates, and is reputed to be one of the most haunted places in Savannah. Events referred to in Robert Louis Stevenson's Treasure Island are said to have taken place here