Today, we’re exploring a story about love letters, cyanide, and grief with the Allen House in Monticello, Arkansas.
Month: November 2022
Reformed Ghosts at Preston Castle in California
Imposing in the romanesque architectural style, which it should be noted has been used for some of the most famous prisons in the turn of the century.
Lakeside Ghosts at the Terrace Inn and 1911 Restaurant in Michigan
If you ask at the front desk to see the “Ghost Files,” the employee might pull out the giant folder stuffed to the brim and containing various experiences guests and employees have experienced.
Guest Blog: The Saco River Curse in Maine
Join us in learning about the Saco River Curse from our guest, Jennifer Pictou of the Mi’kmaq Nation.
The Haunted Balcony of the Woodstock Opera House
Today, we’re exploring the unique haunting of the Woodstock Opera House in Illinois, and the ghostly patron that never misses a show.
Hauntingly Ever After at Rhodes Hall in Atlanta
Some say the family who built it to be their eternal home really did mean eternal, and still linger around the halls and towers of the castle-like structure.
Pilgrim Ghosts of Plymouth’s Burial Hill
Considered the Haunted Hometown of the US, Plymouth, Massachusetts has more than just historical tales about the U.S.’s first immigrant ancestors crossing the ocean blue.
Capital Apparitions in Old Cahawba, Alabama
From a 1500s destruction of the former town, to a bustling state capital, and finally, an archeological site lending more knowledge about the tribes who called it home before colonization.
The Urban Legend of the Hookman at Tillet Cemetery, Indiana.
Keep vigilant if you’re going to visit, and maybe keep the amorous activity to a minimum on Lover’s Land in Peru, Indiana.
The Haunted Hospital: St. Joseph’s in North Dakota
There are many reports of the ghostly activity, and with 100 years of service under her belt, The Old St. Joseph’s Hospital may still have more stories to tell.