The mystery of the theater goes all the way back to the discovery of a very old photo that definitely shouldn’t have been there.
Mourning, Grief, and the Devil’s Chair in Missouri
If you’re Kirksville, you might want to think a little harder about sitting in the chair known locally as “The Devil’s Chair.”
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.
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?
The Grandfather Clock of Coe College in Iowa
Said to be tied to an old grandfather clock, the resident ghost is certainly not shy.
The Museum of Shadows in Omaha, Nebraska
Thousands of haunted items have been sent to the museum because their energy caused the previous owner some kind of unease.
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.
The Ringing Bells of the Franklin Hotel in Iowa
Would you be frightened if you woke up and the furniture in your comfortable hotel room had been rearranged while you were sleeping?
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.
The Screaming Bridge at Devil’s Gulch, SD
The most famous story about this outdoor marvel is that of Jesse James’ escape from law enforcement after the famous Northfield, Minnesota bank robbery in 1876.