The haunting legends of the Epperson home began after Harriet’s untimely death at the age of 47, with ghostly organ music and the apparition of a girl in an evening gown, as if dressed for a recital.
The Star Crossed Lovers of Duke Mansion in North Carolina
One story about the Duke Mansion stands above the rest, however, possibly proving that love continues into the unknown after death.
Mystery Ghosts at Periwinkle Place Manor in Iowa
The home was used as a funeral parlor for the community, with over a century of serving in that role. It was even reported to be the first funeral home in the state of Iowa.
The Legal Haunting of the Ghostbuster House in New York
Today, we’re exploring the haunting history of the only home in America that is legally recognized as haunted
Playful Spirits at the Stone Lion Inn in Guthrie, Oklahoma
But what happens when a home is so beloved, those who pass within its walls refuse to leave?
Pirates and a Green Silk Wedding Dress in Henniker, NH
This is the legend of Ocean-Born Mary, and at least this much of the story is believed to be true.
The Wonderful Wizard of Easton Castle in South Dakota
The Emerald City, Yellow Brick Roads and a Kansas girl named Dorothy have left their mark on the historic home.
Cyanide and Love Letters at the Allen House in Arkansas
Today, we’re exploring a story about love letters, cyanide, and grief with the Allen House in Monticello, Arkansas.
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.
Wailing Spirits of the Georgetown Castle
Today, we’re exploring the Gessner Mansion, more famously known as the “Georgetown Castle.”