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Ridge Avenue Mansion or the Congelier House

November 12, 2013
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Ridge Avenue Mansion or the Congelier House

     1129 Ridge Avenue looked like your average, ordinary house. Of course, as we all know, ordinary houses often have something else going on beneath. For this house in Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania, that something was a ghost story. The stories told there led many to call this the most haunted house in America. It has been…

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The Epperson House

October 22, 2013
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The Epperson House

  Location: 5200 Cherry St. Kansas City, MO In the heart of Kansas City, Missouri lies the University of Missouri, Kansas City. With a long and historical past, the university grounds are a mix of many new buildings as well as ones from many years…

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St. James Hotel – Cimarron, New Mexico

May 2, 2013
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  In 1872 Henry Lambert opened the hotel with raving  recommendations from President Ulysses S. Grant.   Lambert was a famous french chef who had served as a personal cook for 2 U.S Presidents the first being Abraham Lincoln, the second  Ulysses S. Grant.  Originally the hotel was named…

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Chase Home

March 7, 2013
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Chase Home

Chase Home 698 Middle Rd Portsmouth, NH 03801 History: The Children’s Home in Portsmouth, New Hampshire, also known as The Chase Home for Children, was founded in January of 1877.  …

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Wayne County Poor House – Eloise Asylum

March 4, 2013
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Wayne County Poor House – Eloise Asylum

Location: Eloise Insane Asylum 30712 Michigan Avenue Westland, Mi 48185 The History Wayne County Poor House, also known as Eloise Asylum was first founded in 1832 and by 1834 it…

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The Haunting at Maiden Cliff

February 28, 2013
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The Haunting at Maiden Cliff

Nestled in the corner of Camden Hills State Park sits a 800 ft. cliff overlooking Megunticook Lake.  Many tourist like to hike the mile long serene trail to the top of…

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The Kasha Of Kaimuki

February 25, 2013
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The Kasha Of Kaimuki

When searching for a haunting to write about in the state of Hawaii I came across a series of books written by Glen Grant  called Obake Files: Ghostly Encounters in Supernatural…

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Springlawn Farm otherwise known as “Albino Farm”

February 21, 2013
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Springlawn Farm  otherwise known as “Albino Farm”

In Springfield, Missouri, lays an old abandoned farm, according to local legend it goes by many names. Originally the property was named Springlawn farm, but many have named it “Albino…

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Rock and Roll Cemetery

May 11, 2012
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William Seymour Memorial Cemetery

Location: Rock’ n Roll Cemetery Ocean Springs, MS The History: This land on which this cemetery, officially known as the William Seymour Memorial Cemetery, in Ocean Springs, MS sits was…

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