When asked why he would build his hotel in Alaska, the owner said in response,”You wouldn’t put an igloo hotel in Kansas or Egypt, would you?”
The Haunting Waters of Hoover Dam
Many stories abound about the construction of the dam, making it one of the most deadly public works projects of the early 20th century.
Victorian Ghosts of Christmas Past
In times past when long, cold nights kept many indoors, the tradition of scaring your friends with stories around the fireplace was much more of a winter affair.
The Devil in the Tower in New Jersey
The tower gained its name from the surrounding populace due to more legends saying that driving or walking backwards around the tower could summon ghosts or demons.
Accidental Ghosts of the Golden Lamb in Ohio
Built over 200 years ago, the Golden Lamb has tragedies, accidents, and the air of mystery within its walls.
The Lost Lovers of Spirit Lake, Idaho
On a full moon night, if you look across the waters of this lake in northwest Idaho, you may see something haunting.
Avalanche Specters in the Cascade Tunnel in Washington
We’re looking into an incident where the snow on the mountain turned deadly and killed nearly 100 people on their way to the next destination by train.
The Ghost Ship of the U.S.S. Wisconsin in Virginia
With enough firepower to destroy a mountain, the U.S.S Wisconsin has a much more peaceful environment now than it did during wartime.
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.