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Know of a haunted place that should be in our directory? Send us the details! Carrollton Pickens County Courthouse. No one really knew who set the fire that burnt down the original Carrollton Courthouse on November 16, But everyone blamed Henry Wells, a rowdy black man who lived outside of town.
The sheriff arrested him and held him in the attic of a building that was to become the new courthouse. One afternoon in February , a lynch mob gathered in front of the new courthouse and demanded that Wells be turned over to them. As a violent thunderstorm approached the town, Wells peered out at the crowds through the garret window at the top of the building.
Suddenly, a lightening bolt struck the roof, killing Wells. The flash of brilliant light etched his defiant expression into the window pane, and no amount of scrubbing or solvents in the decades since has been able to erase it.
And on those when thunderstorms roll through Pickens County, it is said the ghost of Henry Wells stares out from the garret window of the old courthouse. Carrollton is 30 miles west of Tuscaloosa in Pickens County, at the intersection of Hwys 17 and The face of Henry Wells can still be seen in lower right-hand pane in the garret window of the Pickens County Courthouse.
There are two ghosts that haunt this old hotel. Employees have nicknamed one of them "Mary. She still haunts Room 23 , where ghostly images of a woman have appeared and guests have complained of choking sensations in the middle of the night. Room 14 is haunted by a strange "light form" that moves around in the room at night.
Nobody knows who, or what, it represents. Skagway is miles north of Juneau and is most easily accessible by boat or plane. Locals call their community center "Spook Hall," because of the phantom of a prostitute seen there. The ghost from the front of the building to a few feet from the Little Daisy Hotel , where she disappears. The area used to be the site of the "cribs," small shacks used by prostitutes to entertain their clients. One of the women, who was accidentally stabbed during an argument between two miners, stills walks the street.
Jerome was established in , and a billion dollars worth of gold, silver, and copper were mined from the area in 77 years. There are so many ghosts here that a monthly newspaper called the "Jerome Ghost Post" was published for a time. But the town still offers such interesting diversions as the "Spirit Room Bar" and the "Haunted Hamburger" restaurant.
Follow Hwy 89A from either Prescott or Sedona for about 25 miles to the town. Eureka Springs Crescent Hotel. A room in this year-old resort hotel is haunted by the ghost of Michael, an Irish stonemason who worked on the hotel in The man fell from the roof and died in the second floor area which became Room Now he plays tricks with the lights and TV, or pounds loudly from inside the thick walls in the room. But there are other spirits here.
The ghost of a nurse dressed in white has been reported on the third floor. Another ghost here is a gentleman in Victorian clothing who haunts the lobby. He has been spotted at the bottom of the stairway and sitting at the lobby bar. Other apparitions have been sighted in Room and Room The confused ghost of Doctor Baker, the charlatan who ran the hospital in the s, has been seen in the old Recreation Room and at the foot of the first floor stairway.
The building used to house the Baker Hospital. Long Beach Queen Mary Hotel. This ocean liner, now permanently docked at the Port of Long Beach, was commissioned in and made over a thousand Atlantic crossings. Many incidents of strange rapping noises, moving objects, disembodied voices, and ghostly apparitions have been reported by staff, guests, and investigators on the dry docked ship.
The First Class Swimming Pool is haunted by the ghosts of two women who drowned there. One is dressed in s clothing and the other wears s attire. The forlorn ghost of a little boy who fell overboard near the pool has also been sighted in the passageway there. For some unknown reason, many psychics have had detected strongly negative feelings in the Changing Rooms at the end of the pool.
The old first class lounge, now know as the Queens Salon , is haunted by the ghost of a beautiful woman in a flowing white dress. Unexplainable balls of light and the apparition of a black-haired man in a s suit have been seen by tour guides in the First Class Suite area. Because of her wartime sailing orders, the Queen Mary was not allowed to stop to rescue survivors, and men perished in the cold ocean. The Tourist Class Swimming Pool is haunted by the presence of a woman who drowned in it, and the third-level Cabin B is haunted by a murdered purser and is no longer rented out because of unexplained disturbances there.
Poltergeist activity has been reported in the Kitchen , where a cook was murdered during World War II. It is said his cooking was so terrible that it caused a riot among troops being carried to the front.
The violence quickly got out of hand and the cook ended up stuffed inside an oven and burned to death. His ghastly screams were somehow impregnated into the ship's iron bulkhead and are sometimes replayed to startled visitors. Sixteen crewmembers, two G. But the most documented sighting is the apparition of an year-old crewman, John Pedder. Pedder was crushed to death while trying to slip through an automatically closing door in Shaft Alley during a routine watertight drill on July 10, It was hatchway Door He was accidentally poisoned in , when he drank tetrachloride that the staff captain kept in an old gin bottle.
So far, over fifty witnesses have reported paranormal happenings on this ship, and the list keeps growing. The mailing address is: Call for information or for reservations. Sacramento An investigation of the Crocker Art Museum in Sacramento in October yielded significant evidence of a haunting. Read the full investigative report with photos by clicking on "Pictures" below.
Crocker Art Museum Investigative Report. Recent investigations of the Sacramento Theatre Company at H Street in downtown Sacramento have documented strong paranormal activity. The apparition has been seen on numerous occasions and is even credited with warning electricians of the impending collapse of an overhead lightbar. Several people could have been seriously injured had they not evacuated the area because of Pinky's ghost.
In the last four years, psychics have detected the presence of five other spirits in the building. Disturbances in Cell Block C became so frequent that the Park Service called in psychics to figure out what was going on.
In the shower room, the sounds of mobster Al Capone practicing the banjo can sometimes be heard. Over in Cell Block D, strange voices have emanate from cells 11, 12, and 13, and even in the summer months, cell 14 feels ice cold, and many visitors are overcome by emotion in one corner of the cell. This was the tiny quarters where killer Rufe McCain was kept in solitary confinement for over three years.
More hauntings are reported in the Russian Hill area of San Francisco than any other section of the city. The old cemetery there, now buried under tons of concrete construction, might be the source of the manifestations. At least a few of those lost souls seem to have found a home in the tower of the San Francisco Art Institute at Chestnut Street. The monastic tower, which is adjacent to the cemetery site, has been considered haunted for fifty years.
Bill Morehouse, a former student, was taking a break on the tower's third level when he heard footsteps coming up the stairs. He watched in disbelief as the door opened and closed, and the invisible footsteps went past him to the observation deck.
Other students, a watchman, and a janitor have also encountered apparitions climbing the stairs of the tower.
During remodeling of the tower, workers reported an evil presence that caused "breaking sounds", and three near-fatal accidents occurred. A group of psychics attempted to contact the presence during a seance, but they only succeeded in verifying the presence of many "frustrated" spirits.
San Francisco's old Fort Mason is no longer used to house military personnel, and the ghosts there are from the era before the houses were taken over by the government. Something from before the Civil War still resides in the old, two-story, white frame house known as Quarters Three. The year was Justice Terry, an influential Southerner, wanted California to become a slave state. Senator Broderick was a tireless critic of a state law that declared freed slaves as fugitives, the property of anyone who apprehended them.
When the two men faced each other, Broderick's gun went off accidentally as he drew it from his holster. Terry fired anyway, striking the Senator in the chest. Three days later, Broderick died at the home of his close friend, Leonides Haskell.
The Senator had spent the night before the duel at Haskell's house, where he paced about fretfully all night. The house was later confiscated by the Union Army and remains military quarters to this day. Many of the officers who lived there have seen the Broderick's ghost pacing back and forth, reliving his anguish the night before the confrontation. James Lunn's family reported disembodied shadows moving back and forth in the parlor. Colonel Cecil Puckett felt someone following him around the house, even watching him in the shower.
Everett Jones and his family experienced a variety of poltergeist activity -- until they stopped joking about the ghost. One of San Francisco's most haunted residences is Atherton House. After the death of her husband in , Dominga Atherton moved from her country estate to the city by the bay. The huge house at California Street became the residence of Dominga, her daughter Gertrude, and son-in-law George.
The two ladies dominated George and ridiculed him publicly as "the weaker sex".
This info is from the census of Garden Island, Frontenac, Ontario. Charles Wilkinson was my great uncle. Does anyone know of this family. Charles had two brothers, William, John my. Ireland, and a sister Mary. I have lots more info. Would love a reply to my query if you have info. I found the following list connection from the posting but when I tried to make connection the person email no longer valid. Please contact me if you put up this posting. Thomas was born in England approximately and migrated to the Grant County, Wisconsin sometime around He was married to ANNA?
They had 11 children: Here they are again. I have changed my email address since then so if anyone thinks they are connected, please get in touch. I would be happy to hear from anyone who thinks they may connect. Bartholomews Church, Colne, Lancashire. Mary parents Giles Haughton and Anne Scholefield was born 9. The children of Aaron Wilkinson and Mary Haughton were: She is buried in St Marys, Newchurch in Pendle. Aaron married2 Peggy Halstead on Aaron Wilkinson married Mary Margaret Hargreaves on Mally Wilkinson married John Ashworth on 1.
Children of Mally Willkinson and John Ashworth not yet known. Dinah Wilkinson married John Horn Children of Dinah Wilkinson and John Horn not yet known. Henry Haughton Wilkinson married Ann Haworth on Ann was born in Newchurch in Pendle. Wilkinson, born approx in Virginia. The Whittens had move to Alabama, then to panola County, Mississippi. It is unclear how or where John and Jane met. Their first two children were born in Panola County. Wilkinson, born and Sarah Jane Wilkinson, born Their daughter Martha A.
Wilkinson was born in in Kentucky and daughter Rachel was born in Aug, in Sabine, Texas. They lived in St Louis for a time also. John was a steamboat merchant. Jane died on November 12, and is buried in the Whitten cemetery. They were married in in New Orleans. George died in and is also buried in the Whitten cemetery.
He served as a private in the Confederate army and worked as a steamboat captain after the war. I cannot find any info on John's family in Virginia. Please contact me if you can provide info on any of these people. I do have the Whitten family tree. The daughters married names were Davison, Edwards and Stockton. They eventually settled in California and Nevada. In search of Wilkinson family from Williamsport,Pa. Wilkinson, a brother George and sister Margaret. Boyd was born 30 June in Williamsport.
My grandfather George Ellis Wilkinson was born 25 May I am looking for information on the Revolutionary Era soldier Benning Wilkinson, who was born born about probably in Epping, New Hampshire but this is a wild guess, he could be from Salisbury, Mass where he enlisted for the war He died in Center Harbor, New Hampshire.
Descriptive list of men raised to reinforce the Continental Army for the term of 6 months, agreeable to resolve of June 5, , returned as received of Justin Ely, Commissioner, by Brig. John Glover, at Springfield, Aug. Samuel Carr; also, pay roll for 6 months men raised by the town of Salisbury for service in the Continental Army during ; marched to camp July 29, ; discharged Dec.
I happened across a Wilkinson-England page that had a reference to my grandfather who died in in Walters, MN, but could not contact the "green-eyedgal1 who left the message. My great-grandfather was Alonzo Wilkinson who emigrated from Leeds, England. They had four children, Clarence, who died in at the age of 12, Everett, Florence, and Charles Brown Wilkinson, born August 18, Charles was my father. If anyone has information regarding my father's family I would love to hear from you.
I have no real information about Harry Wilkinson's family except to hear that there had been a falling out and they did not have contact after that. Any information would be greatly appreciated! The family removed to Champaign IL.
Milton died 10 JUL. Wish to exchange information. Contact via e-mail or to Duane Wilkinson Washington St. Parthenia married Albert S. Horace married 17 Jan. Wish to exchang information. Reply via e-mail or to Duane Wilkinson Washington St. Found in census of Saline Coounty NE. Stephen with his wife and son returned east sometime after Stephen became "Grand Master of Railroad Brakemen". Also have letters from Stephen to his brother Horace.
Wish to exchange information and perhaps photos. USA - Saturday, February 12, at George Wilkinson m Mary Vance. I would say that George would have been born around On the first floor, the George Winfield Room is said to be haunted by his ghost. Untraceable cigar smoke and fresh ashes have been found there.
George's presence has also been detected near the Lobby Staircase , where the ghosts of a midget, and two small children have also been seen. The Gold Room is haunted by a ghost that "stabs" people. High psychic energy is been detected in the Theodore Roosevelt Room and a southwest room on the third floor. Some psychics say that the Goldfield Hotel is one of only seven portals to the Other Side that exist in the modern world.
Goldfield is 26 miles south of Tonopah on U. Box , Goldfield, NV For information, phone Virginia Ridgeway at The ghost of Elizabeth Ford haunts this building, which dates from She was murdered by her sea captain husband, who returned after ten months at sea to find his wife had given birth. The enraged man is said to have buried the bodies of Elizabeth and her illegitimate child not far from the house.
Elizabeth's playful ghost has been known to entertain children, help with housecleaning, and move small objects such as glasses, plates and knickknacks.
She also likes to lift the hair of women in the ladies room and hide their personal possessions. Dozens of employees and customers have sensed her presence. Elizabeth's apparition has been seen in the upstairs dining room and staring out a window in a part of the building that used to be a barn. She is described as about 5-foot, 7-inches tall, with long white hair and wearing a flowing, white gown. Nashua is northwest of Boston on U.
Bernardsville Bernardsville Public Library. The ghost here is so active, the staff issued it a library card. Phyllis Parker's specter was first encountered in January , in a private residence that now houses part of the library. The building had been converted from a tavern that was constructed during the Revolutionary War.
Vealtown Tavern was the scene of a tragic love affair between the innkeeper's daughter and a tenant, Dr. Just after the two were married, Dr. Byram was hanged by General Anthony Wayne for being a British spy, and his lifeless body was delivered to the tavern. Not knowing what was in the large pine box, Phyllis opened it. On seeing the bug-eyed corpse of her beloved, she became hysterical and suffered a nervous breakdown.
Her insane weeping is still heard in the old section of the library, which consists of the Meeting Room and the public Reading Room where the casket was opened. After renovations in , employees started seeing the apparition of Phyllis moving through the old wing.
In November , a child saw the ghost of a woman in a long white dress in the Reading Room. Bernardsville is 8 miles south of Morristown on U. Hwy , west of Newark. And nowhere are the effects of emotional energy on physical reality more evident than in the hundreds of poltergeist cases on record. One of the most documented cases lasted only two weeks in a low income housing project in Newark.
It all began in the apartment of Mabelle Clark, when her year-old grandson, Ernest Rivers, was doing his homework on the kitchen table. To his amazement, a pepper shaker floated over from the stove and landed beside him.
For the next two weeks, plates, cups, bowls, glasses, ashtrays, and other fragile objects sailed across their tiny apartment and smashed to the floor.
Clark tried to keep the unexplainable events secret, because she did not want to be evicted from the apartment where she had lived for 20 years. But neighbors started complaining about all the noise, and before long, representatives from the Newark Housing Authority were knocking at her door.
When the officials beheld the unseen force wrecking havoc on the apartment, they brought in a team of parapsychologists. Word of the case spread, and hordes of reporters and curiosity-seekers descended on the building. There were so many people around that over 50 paranormal events were observed by multiple witnesses.
A heavy steam iron floated from the linen closet into Mrs. Clark's bedroom, in full view of several people. A table lamp levitated across the living room and a drinking glass rose in mid-air, broke to pieces, then fell to the floor in slow motion. That same evening, Ernest's uncle was attacked by a sudden barrage of small objects. The phenomena stopped when young Ernest was removed from the apartment.
He was a deeply troubled youth, whose mother had murdered his abusive prizefighter father five years earlier. Just before the poltergeist activity began, Ernest's mother escaped from a woman's reformatory and was not apprehended until a month later. The restaurant in this year-old inn is named after a ghost named Rebecca, and her portraits, including a stained-glass window, are scattered throughout the establishment.
Dozens of employees and guests at this mountain resort have recognized the apparition of a woman wearing a long dress, roaming the halls. Rebecca was a beautiful, young maid with striking blue eyes and red hair, who was murdered by a jealous lumberjack at the inn back in the s.
Rebecca is a flirtatious, mischievous spirit, who likes to use the telephone in Room , the Governor's Suite. Guests in that room sometimes receive phone calls from nowhere, and operators at the resort say that the line to Room is often lit up, even when no one is in the suite.
Rebecca's presence is also felt in the Red Dog Saloon , where ashtrays move by themselves and flames appear in the fireplace with no logs or other source of fuel.
The psychic flames testify to the raw sexual power of this restless spirit. Cloudcroft is 15 miles east of Alamogordo on U. The Lodge is a three-story mountain inn overlooking Cloudcroft at an elevation of 9, feet. For reservations, call The ghost of a little girl, who was burnt to death in a house that once stood here, now haunts the modern motel built over the ashes of her home.
Guests, maids, managers, and bellboys have all witnessed Tanya's playful spirit. People usually report her jumping on beds in empty rooms or running through the halls at night. Manager Scott Swagler says: The hotel is on Grand Island. Take the Grand Island exit off I, just west of Buffalo. Long Island The active ghost at the Normandy Inn in Bohemia has been identified as a spirit named Maria, who was strangled in an upstairs back bedroom when the place was a speakeasy.
Numerous sightings continue to this day and include bare footprints in the carpeting usually in the middle of winter , a shadowy figure moving around in the kitchen area, and strange animal?
The current owner Rick has lived there for over twenty years. Bethany, New York Disembodied voices, doors slamming, footsteps, sounds of furniture moving, full body apparitions, shadow people, touching, lots of class A Evp's, and more! Over the years it has operated as a poor farm, infirmary, orphanage, tuberculosis hospital, nursing home, and more. Residents and Inmates ran the gambit of widows, orphans, disabled, mentally unstable, murders, and more.
Over bodies buried in unmarked graves. Come out and investigate this very, haunted and active location! Wilmington Chamber of Commerce. Wilmington's official Welcome Center is home to a ghost, who was once photographed descending a staircase in the building. Known officially as the Price-Gause House , the place has been considered haunted ever since it was built in Immediately after moving in, the Gause family heard strange footsteps on the stairs and traced an eerie tapping sound that moved along the walls.
They finally decided to live with the unidentified presence. Later residents came to the same conclusion. An investigation in October documented several mysterious sounds and yielded the startling photo of a misty, human form walking down the stairs. Wilmington is on the extreme southern tip of North Carolina, at the south end of I For information, call More North Carolina Hauntings.
Grand Forks University of North Dakota. There have been several sightings of the ghost of a girl, usually without legs, floating up one of the tunnels that connect Wilkerson Dining Hall to five dormitories on this campus. In , three students saw her apparition in the West Hall tunnel. In December , before the tunnels were constructed, a young coed froze to death about sixty feet from West Hall.
It is thought she slipped on the ice while trying to make her way to the dining hall at around 2: More North Dakota Hauntings. Strange things happen in this military museum at night. Objects move by themselves, and guards report hearing unexplainable voices and other eerie sounds. Parts retrieved from Lady Be Good , a B that crashed in the Libyan desert during World War II, are said to move by themselves and could be the source of other paranormal activity at the museum.
Seven crewmembers died in the crash. Strange lights are observed in another B, the Strawberry Bitch. The helicopter Hop-Along is haunted by its former copilot, whose ghost is seen flipping switches, trying to get the craft to take off. Bloodstains can still be seen on the seat where he died. Another helicopter, the Black Maria , is haunted by a similarly traumatized presence.
He is thought to be a pilot hit by gunfire while flying a dangerous mission in Vietnam. Military police have reported seeing the ghost of a little Japanese boy standing next to Bockscar , the bomber that dropped the A-bomb on Nagasaki.
Some investigators believe the old Air Force relics on display at the museum attract the spirits of departed crewmembers. From Dayton, take Hwy 75 or Hwy south to the base. Kent The Kent Stage was built in known then as the Kent Theater and has been in operation since that time. During the renovation of the theater area many crew and staff experienced a white energy mass moving from a projection booth, through the balcony to the main floor and would disappear near the entry doors.
Since that time staff, concert goers, and paranormal researchers have experienced a large amount of spirit activity. Waurika Moneka Mall and Tea Room. A gray, wood frame house is haunted by the presence of a robber killed in the dining room. The large house was constructed in and served as a Rock Island Railroad boarding house for many years.
But the burly railroad men got the upper hand, and the would-be thief died in ensuing struggle. Not wanting to get into trouble with the authorities, the men loaded the body onto a northbound train, where it was later found by strangers and buried in an unmarked grave. The sightings became more frequent when Nancy War remodeled it into an antique shop with a small Tea Room restaurant.
The site is located in the town of Waurika, which is 53 miles southeast of Lawton. This old tavern and whorehouse was built in and is haunted by a wide variety of ghostly presences. The basement and second floor are sites of much strange activity, such as objects tossed out of nowhere, groping invisible hands, old coins materializing on the floors, and teardrop-shaped apparitions. An invisible presence walks down the corridor from the bar, enters the men's room, and flushes the toilet.
The phantom flushing continued even after a new toilet was installed. The unexplainable crying of a woman is heard on the second floor. There are many candidates for the ghosts here. The basement used to house black prostitutes, while the second floor housed white prostitutes.
A tough Chinese bouncer, who kept the peace among the surly customers, disappeared mysteriously while working one night and was never seen again. An abandoned year-old boy named Sam was taken in by one of the owners. Sam worked as a roustabout housekeeper and died in the s at the age of thirty in his second-floor bedroom. The room was sealed for many years with all his belongings locked inside. Chuck Hughes bought the building in and quickly became a believer in ghosts. He has already seen several tear-drop-shaped ghosts in upstairs rooms.
The two-story brick building is in Old Town. Easton Easton Public Library. During construction of this building in , workers uncovered the graves of people. Most of the bodies were moved to other cemeteries, but at least thirty were left unclaimed. Two prominent former citizens, Elizabeth Bell "Mammy" Morgan and William Parsons, were reburied in graves with markers on the library grounds. Mammy Morgan is buried on the west lawn and Parsons is buried on the front lawn.
The other corpses, and any unidentified pieces of bodies, were unceremoniously dumped into an underground concrete vault on the property. Today, the library is haunted by the misplaced souls. Doors slam shut and open suddenly, filing cabinet drawers swing open for no reason, and unseen hands run through the hair or touch the shoulders of patrons and staff. And over the years, many people have reported the ghost of Mammy Morgan, roaming the library grounds.
The burial vault is under a telltale depression in the northeast part of the driveway that exits the library. Ghosts have been seen in this mansion since , when an apparition was seen descending the staircase. Later residents told of a ghost in the Wine Cellar and complained of an unseen force that flung off their blankets in the middle of the night. One room in particular, called the Doll Room because of the collection of porcelain dolls there, is the source of many unnerving phenomena, including eerie footsteps, lights that go on by themselves, and a ghostly presence.
The house was built in by William Sprague, who operated a cotton mill and bleachery on the property. One evening William got a fish bone caught in his throat and died during surgery to remove it.
His sons, Amasa and William Jr. Senator, while his brother tended the business. Then, in , Amasa was found brutally beaten to death. A man whom Amasa had prevented from obtaining a liquor license was executed for the murder, but one of the accused's brothers later confessed to the crime.
As a result of the miscarriage of justice, Rhode Island passed a law forbidding capitol punishment. One of Amasa's sons went on to become governor, and the other became a brigadier general and U.
After the Civil War, the Sprague fortune dwindled and the house was sold. Both spirits accepted responsibility for the supernatural events that take place in Sprague Mansion.
Cranston is 5 miles southwest of Providence on Hwy 2. Take Exit 16 from I and go west on Hwy 12 to Hwy 2. Cayce Airport High School. The tall, thin ghost of a man with his hands on his hips is seen in the halls here.
He is George Pair, the school's first principal. The high school was built in and Pair died in He worked hard to get the school built and is said to protect the premises from harm.
Most sightings have occurred in the "s" corridor. Custodians, students, and visitors have reported encountering the stern ghost. The high school serves the Cayce-West Columbia area. More South Carolina Hauntings. The ghost of Deadwood's first sheriff, Seth Bullock, walks the halls of the hotel he founded.
Bullock was sheriff in the s and died here in Since then, over thirty people have seen his ghost. Guests, employees, and managers of this hotel have encountered the tough old sheriff, "whose gaze could stop fights. Sturgis is 20 miles northwest of Rapid City on I Bell Witch The malicious entity that plagued a Tennessee farmhouse in ended in the only known murder by a poltergeist.
The problems began when John Bell saw a strange animal in his cornfield dissolve into thin air. Soon, the family heard scratching at the doors and windows, then gnawing sounds started coming from inside the house. Within a year, the presence began speaking and threatened to kill John. The fame of the "Bell Witch" spread, and even Andrew Jackson came to dispel the spirit.
John Bell was beaten so mercilessly by the presence that his tongue swelled and he could barely eat. A doctor prescribed a tonic, but the witch bragged it poisoned it. Today, the apparition of a demon woman and eerie balls of light are seen gliding over the Bell farm, and the so-called Bell Witch Cave near the family cemetery is haunted by chains rattling and inhuman screams.
See more details on the Bell Witch case at the official Bell Witch website. Wartrace Walking Horse Hotel. This old hotel is home to a white apparition that has appeared on the stairway. Manager George Wright reports that the ghost has been seen by employees and at least one guest.
The hotel is on Main Street. Walking Horse Hotel, P. Box , Wartrace, TN The land was then in the Coffee family for many years. There are several buildings on the site, including an old church and schoolhouse. Lawrence and Ellen Coffee live in a house built about 50 years ago by Lawrence's aunt. Four different apparitions have been seen by multiple witnesses and poltergeist phenomena are also taking place. The poltergeist effects include weird electrical problems, faucets turning on and off by themselves, and objects disappearing then turning up in unexpected locations.
Unexplainable voices and the sounds of drums beating have also been reported. In an effort to document the activity, Ellen Coffee started taking photographs and recording the strange noises and disembodied voices. The photographs show apparitions, balls of light, and streaks of energy, and both men's, women's, and children's voices have been recorded. In June, a group of investigators took dozens of photographs and made computerized recordings of anomalous sounds at the site.
Dallas Mitchel Whitington mlw whitington. The following is his report: Armed with the info from your book, I had to go back and try to find out more.
I just returned from having lunch there, and just though I'd pass on what we found from our waiter, and a little background information from their web page that he pointed us to. It was opened on June 28, by Pat Snuffer. At that time, the restaurant consisted of one room with fifteen tables and a service bar.
The menu contained the same basic entrees that it does today: Snuffer's eventually caught on with the college crowd, and the restaurant expanded with the opening of the back area with a garden atmosphere.
It was after this new addition to the restaurant opened that the employees and customers would occasionally see a hazy spirit walk the hallway between the old and new sections. It would pass out of the hallway and comes a few feet into the new section, then return to the hall. Our waiter seemed surprised that we knew that Snuffer's was haunted. He told us that he'd never had a customer mention it, although everyone who worked there knew about it.
The answer to the obvious question that we asked next, though, was that he had never seen the ghost himself. We asked if there were any ideas who the spirit might be, and he said Snuffer's had a tragedy early in its history when a woman was killed in a scuffle in the ladies' restroom. Since that was the only incident of that kind in the history of the restaurant, everyone seems to think that it's her spirit who walks the hall.
The restrooms are located off the short hallway between the old restaurant and the new addition. Snuffer's now has another location in the Dallas suburb of Addison, and the original location has added another room and a patio. None of us saw or felt anything unusual, but from now on when I go back I'll be looking for something other than their great cheese-fries!
Thanks again for writing a wonderful resource book! Waxahachie Catfish Plantation Restaurant. The sign at the entrance to this quaint restaurant reads: He had a daughter, Elizabeth, who was strangled to death on her wedding day in the s. One is a farmer named Will, who died in the house in the s. The other is an elderly lady named Caroline Mooney, who died in the house in The three ghosts are responsible for the bone-numbing cold spots that move silently through the house, as well as flying objects and slamming doors.
Elizabeth's kindly presence is felt mostly in the Dining Room , where she likes to reach out and touch people. Will's apparition is often seen on the Front Porch , while Caroline's angry spirit is detected in the Kitchen. Ever since Melissa and Tom Baker remodeled the house into a Cajun eatery in , dozens of employees, customers, and news people have witnessed paranormal manifestations here.
Waxahachie is 40 miles south of Dallas on I Salt Lake City Old Deseret. Visitors and guides at this historical settlement have reported dozens of ghostly encounters in recent years. The buildings were part of the original colony established by Brigham Young, who led Mormons west after their leader, Joseph Smith, was murdered by an Illinois mob in Before Brigham Young's Forest Farmhouse was moved to the historical park, his ghost haunted his residence for fifteen years.
After it was moved, the house was taken over by his 19th wife, Ann Eliza Webb. Her petite apparition, dressed in black, is still seen peering out of the dining room window of the house. At nearby Jewkes-Draper Home , the ghostly sounds of children at a party are heard, and the apparition of Mary Fielding Smith has been observed many times standing in the doorway of Smith House. Smith is seen wagging her finger angrily, perhaps because her house was set facing the wrong way when it was moved to the park.
For information on the area, call the Visitors Bureau at Take the Foothills Exit from I and go west 3 miles to the park. For tour reservations, call Wilmington White House of Wilmington. This house was built in , but strange things did not occur until after it was remodeled into an inn. Manager Bob Grinold has reported unexplained footsteps and other sounds, as well as a shadowy presence walking the halls. Wilmington is in the south corner of Vermont, on Hwy 9 between Bennington and Battleboro.
Reservations can be made by calling The original building was built in and was owned by the Richardson family for generations until the 's. We have heard numerous stories that the Inn is haunted by a woman who die here in childbirth Lovila. I personally sensed a presence in another room as well as some of my ghosts. I have not seen any wanderings in the hall as some in town have mentioned.
Welcome to the Williamsburg Ghost Tour. Colonial Ghosts is located in Williamsburg, VA, and provides ghost walks and ghost tours in Colonial Williamsburg and surrounding area. In those fifteen years the four-cell jail saw death and disease from neglectful conditions. Soon after the jail was constructed the jail was transformed into a jailer's house, so that he and his family could move in and care for the prisoners.
In the years that followed, the jail would see death and disease again, not just among the prisoners, but among the jailer's families that lived there.
But the three young girls were not the only deaths for the jailer's family, in the mother was working in the kitchen when, unbeknownst to her, her skirt caught on fire, engulfing her in flames. She succumbed to her injuries several days later in the home. Employees report hearing footsteps on the stairs in both buildings, doors shutting and closing on their own accord, displays are pulled down, shadows are seen, and some have even reported seeing the figure of a woman in white walking through the walls of the museum.
Paranormal groups have recorded EVPs throughout the jail, but have yet to capture an image of the ghosts in the jail. The stories there center around a haunted painting that now hangs in a second-floor bedroom.
The portrait is of Martha Hill, daughter of the man who built the house in The painting is about all that remains of Martha, because most of her belongings went with her to England where she died.
But by , family descendants started noticing an unusual property of her painting. Whenever it was removed from its spot on the second-floor, the frame would start shaking violently. They moved it to a bedroom on the third floor, stored it in the attic, hung it on the first floor, but the portrait was never "happy" unless it was back in the second-floor bedroom.
People walking by on the street reported it moving constantly. It swayed back and forth so violently that other exhibits were also vibrating, and the phenomenon was documented on the NBC Nightly News. Dozens of office workers near the storeroom in which the painting was locked heard incessant knocking sounds coming from the room. When officials retrieved the painting, its frame was so badly damaged, that it had to be sent to Linden Galleries in Richmond for repair.
The same eerie vibrations were reported by workers there. Recently, a family vacationing from Griffith, Indiana, were caught in a violent thunderstorm one evening and sought lodging at the inn. They were assigned Room 54 of the century-old hotel. The thunderstorm had knocked out TV reception, so the husband, wife, and ten-year-old son sat in their room, talking about their trip.
Suddenly they heard the sound of something crashing to the bathroom floor, but when they investigated, they could find nothing wrong. Again they were interrupted by the sound of breaking objects in the bathroom. Again, they could find nothing broken. Shortly after going to bed, the wife was awakened by a strange tugging on her mattress.
The odd sensation continued, and she decided to wake up her husband. She told him there was something strange going on and insisted they trade beds.
Before long, her husband was experiencing the same sensation. He jumped out of bed, searched around the room, and found nothing. He told his wife that there must be mice in the room, crawled back into bed, and soon fell asleep. His wife lay in the dark, trying to sleep. Then, in amazement, she watched her sleeping spouse levitate off the bed and fall to the floor. She tried to explain to her dazed husband that some force had thrown him to the floor, but his incredulous stare made her drop the subject and get back into bed.
They got up the next morning, hoping to get an early start. The husband was putting his clothes on, and his wife had already dressed and was busy blow-drying her hair. The man walked to the window and peeked out: He looked at his watch and realized it was only 1: The bewildered couple undressed and went back to bed. Finally came the light of morning. The family dressed and went downstairs to the inn's restaurant.
After breakfast, the husband stopped at the front desk to ask if there was a problem with rodents at the inn. He related what had happened to manager Janie Pugh, who smiled and said: She usually stays in Room 52 but sometimes wanders into rooms nearby. Meanwhile, his wife and son waited at their table in the restaurant.
A lady wearing an old overcoat and a nightgown came up to them and asked where to get food to go. The wife pointed to the cashier. The lady came back in a few minutes to thank her for being so kind. Curious about the lady's odd behavior, she watched her walk away and brush past her husband, who was returning to their table. Seattle Harvard Exit Theater. This cinema, opened in , is haunted. The movie theater is in a three-story brick building constructed in the s.
When a second auditorium and screen was constructed on the third floor in the early s, the ghosts of several women dressed in turn-of-the-century clothing began to appear. Most of the sightings were on the third floor and near a fireplace on the first floor. The encounters were accompanied by an assortment of strange phenomena, which continued until The only possible historical connection is Bertha Landes, the founder of the Women's Century Club, which had occupied the building for many years.
From to , Landes served as Seattle's first woman mayor. While in Florida she lost her driver license and contacted my friends husband for advise on how to fly home without one, he even renewed her driver license online for her so it would be at her house when she got home.
My friends husband and his mistress kept the affair going, him cheating on his wife, her cheating on her boyfriend. She repeatedly lied to her boyfriend where she was at and would accompany my friends husband on business trips out of town for several days at a time. While they were away, the two cheaters made a game of calling their perspective partners while receiving oral sex. Her and my friends husband would meet to have sex at hotels and even at her house, where she lives with her parents.
When her boyfriend broke up with her, the first thing she did was go running into the arms of my friends husband.
My friend originally found out about the affair by seeing some texts and photos that were left on his iwatch. She tried to confront this horrible individual at her work but the home-wrecker was too afraid to come out of the building. It was only later that my friend found out that her cheating husband and his mistress had met at a hotel to have sex just a few hours earlier.
In a last ditch effort to make this married man hers, she contacted my friend on Facebook and then called her, playing the victim then proceeded to send her pictures and texts that she had saved that the two cheaters had sent each other.
She also sent a picture that she had secretly taken of the cheating husband in the hotel room putting his clothes back on. She went into detail how she would accompany him on work trips out of town and stay with him.
After a few days, she even called my friend to see if her and her husband were still together. My friend finally had to block her number so she would stop contacting her. My friends cheating husband has come clean to his soon to be ex-wife about the extended affair. This home-wrecker had no problems sleeping with two men within hours of each other. She enjoys sending nude videos and pictures of herself and of her playing with her sex toys or posing in lingerie to my friends husband.
This compulsive liar and cheater had set up burner phone numbers, a photo vault on her phone to hide the pictures and fake social media profiles to keep her affair a secret. She deserves to spend her life alone and in shame for her part in ruining a marriage of 20 years. The only innocent person in this messed up love triangle was this cheaters boyfriend who probably never knew what she did behind his back.
She enjoys sleeping with married men and ruined a marriage of 20 years. Her boyfriend even took her to Europe on vacation but she still needed her fix and met my friends husband a few days before the trip and then again when she returned home.
When she left her phone in a taxi, she still managed to find a way to contact my friends husband. While in Florida she lost her driver license and contacted my friends husband so he could help her fly home without one. She would lie to her boyfriend where she was at and accompany my friends husband on business trips out of town for several days at a time.
While on these business trips, she was so desperate she would commute several hours from the hotel they were staying at to work and then after work, drive several hours back to the hotel. The most outlandish part is all three in this messed up sex triangle all work together. When my friend confronted her, she tried to play the victim. She proceeded to send my friend texts and pictures that she had saved of the two together.
A few days later, she contacts my friend to see if her and her husband were still together. My friend finally had to block her number for her to stop contacting her. This compulsive liar and cheater had set up burner phone numbers, a photo vault on her phone to hide pictures and fake social media profiles to hide her transgressions.
You can see that by the pictures she posts. She puts on a good front at the beginning but then will turn on you when she feels like she has wat she needs. Known to frequent the east but is everywhere.
Rumors are that she has contracted a std from jumping from dude to dude cuz she opens hers legs to all of them. This person while locked up made it sound like we would be together for ever even convinced me to start the paper work so that she could come up to Canada after her parole was finished kept telling me how she needed funds sent to her to get back her license after her release strung me along never once telling me she was with some new guy from her home town until I saw it on her facebook page now she refuse to return a family heirloom ring that was given to her because I thought we were going to be together for ever….
This low life transplant from Australia does very well for herself. She travels on her sugar daddys money hubby with no remorse. When I asked her why break up my home, her answer was.. She is in sales and lands her clients with those skinny legs in the air. Her whole crew is known for having orgies and doing whatever to get the job done.
Kristina likes you to think you are friends, but apparently she likes having sexual relations with your spouse in the company parking lot. By checking this checkbox, I hereby indicate that I have read and understood and agree to be bound by She's A Homewrecker's Terms of Service. Pulldown to refresh You can let go now Refreshing!
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