Myrtles Plantation--Built in 1796 by General David Bradford, this stately old home on Myrtles Plantation is said to be haunted be several
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The Myrtles Plantation, Louisiana was built in 1796 by General David Bradford and called Laurel Grove. Touted as “one of America’s most haunted homes”, the plantation is supposedly home of at least 12 ghosts. It is often reported that 10 murders occurred in the house, but historical records only indicate the murder of William Winter. Link has full story. } haunted buildings
McPike Mansion was built in 1869 by Henry McPike who was the mayor. It has been abandoned since the 50's. It is being slowly restored by the owners. www.mcpikemansion.com. This house is famous for being haunted with up to 11 ghosts. Its been on several T.V. shows and been investigated by numerous paranormal groups who have found the hauntings to be authentic.
Haunted McInteer Villa This stately mansion, at 1301 Kansas Avenue was built by Irish Immigrant, John McInteer in 1890.Places on March 26, 1975 and odd phenomena is reported in the mansion, including lights turning on and off in the tower, which does not have electricity. People walking or driving past the building have often reported seeing figures at the windows when no one is in the house. Figures have often been reported to appear in photographs taken inside the old villa.
Rait Castle interior - built ca.1240 when the Thanedom of Rait was held by Clan MacIntosh. It has changed hands several times: de Raits, Campbells, Comyns, MacIntoshes, and Campbells again. It is said to be haunted by the daughter the Cumming laird. She died in tragic circumstances when she fell from one of the window ledges after her hands were cut off on her father's orders. He had invited Macintosh guest, but planned to murder them and
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LITTLE PEOPLE'S VILLAGE, in Middlebury Ct. said to be haunted by demons, very strange story
This lovely old house on Seneca Lake in the Finger Lakes is abandoned and empty. It is said to be haunted, and the fact that such a lovely house is left empty does indicate that there is some good reason no one lives here.
Abandoned old victorian home in Burnside, Michigan haunted by the man that built it in 1876, John Bruce.
Arlington Plantation, --The Arlington Plantation House in Washington, Louisiana was built in 1829--Located along the banks of Bayou Tech, this Greek Revival-style home is filled with period antiques, many of which are original to the home. Tours by appointment only Arlington is one of Louisiana's most richly ornamented plantation houses..
Kent Plantation, Alexandria, LA--, is an authentic Creole plantation house built circa 1796 prior to the Louisiana Purchase. The house was built by Pierre Baillio II, whose family came from France. Pierre's father was an officer at Fort St. Jean Baptiste, in Natchitoches, Louisiana. Pierre received a land grant of 500 arpents (a French measurement roughly equal to an acre) from King Charles IV of Spain near the Poste des Rapides in 1795. Construction of the house was completed in 1800.
Old Church in Donegal, Ireland standing under Errigal Mountain in Co. Donegal - The walls are still complete and the white marble of which it was built was quarried just a few hundred yards away. The adjacent graveyard contains a single gravestone. Few will venture near the old church for it is said to be haunted.
Portland is said to be one of the most haunted cities in the nation. Stories of paranormal activity wallow in each of these historic landmarks.
Captured before sunrise on a cold foggy December morning this group of Japanese tourists arrived at ‘The Dark Hedges’. The place is said to be haunted by a ‘Grey lady’ who walks under the shrouded arches of the beech trees. Ireland
Hotel Provincial, New Orleans, Louisiana, USA-A building where people once commonly died tragic and painful deaths. An old Confederate hospital, the Hotel Provincial is rumored to be haunted by ghosts of moaning, dying soldiers and their stoic caretakers. Building 5 is said to be the most haunted, with one room that's occasionally occupied by a music-loving spirit-soldier who won't stop changing your radio to WTIX-FM 94.3 (the oldies rock
This is what is believed to be the ruins of the old haunted church of Hamtic inside the cemetery.
Crockpot Chicken Tortilla Soup. another pinner said: "Have made this recipe several times. Could not be easier to throw together in the crockpot, and is so good. I'll be making this for a long time."
These woods are said to be Haunted by the ghost of old man Sleeper. He was a hermit that lived atop the hill here back in the 50′s, and he was notorious for hating trespassers. He would chase off them off, sometimes using his shotgun or axe, and reportedly releasing his bull at times to do the job. Obviously, parents warned their kids to stay away from old man Sleepers property, and of course, they usually didn’t listen. For some reason, the old man hung himself in his barn on top of the hill.
The Molly Brown house, Denver, Colorado - The building is said to be haunted by Molly and her husband. Reports include things such as blinds opening and closing own, shadowy figures and sudden cold spots especially in Molly's bedroom. Another apparition of the house is a women often seen rearranging the furniture - she has even been captured on film.
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View of the river-side of Shirley - completed in the 1730s. This stately plantation has been home to eleven generations of Hill-Carters. Revolutionary War hero "Light Horse" Harry Lee, father of Robert E. Lee, was married in this house. The home was spared during the Civil War by an order issued by Union Maj. Gen. George B. McClellan who appreciated the care that the owners provided sick and wounded Union soldiers camped around the house in
Ka-Be-Nah-Gwey-Wence | a Chippewa Indian who lived in the Cass Lake, Minnesota area. This image was taken at 129 years old & he is said to have died at 137 years old.
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Emperor Tamarin by Broken Inaglory, wikipedia: This small, new world monkey found in Central and South America is said to be named for its
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The Charles M.Sublett House on Millionaire Row in Danville, Virginia. This Victorian Gothic style home was built in 1874 by Mr. Sublett for his bride Jennie Cosby. It has 3 1/2 stories and is supposedly haunted in this historic district.
Harrison Avenue’s so-called Dead Mans Curve is said to be haunted by a phantom hitchhiker. Those that see him on this stretch of road become filled with an extreme sense of fear, that they can’t explain. No one is known to have ever picked him up, but those that have gotten a good look at him say he is burned, with flesh hanging from his face. Who is he, and why is he here?
The famous Jamaica Inn, Cornwall built in 1750 as a coaching inn, it is reputed to be haunted by a highway man, a murdered smuggler, a mother and child and horses.
McPike Mansion, Alton, IL - was built in 1869 and is one of the most investigated haunted sites in America. By the 1970's the mansion was falling into ruin. Activity includes disembodied sounds of movement, objects moving on their own, physical attacks and apparitions. Several psychics that have visited have reported a violent male entity that has attacked female visitors.
Known as the "Harley Earl Car", this 1963 Corvette was a GM styling car, said to have been built originally for the Chicago Auto Show, but replaced by another car before it went on stage. Instead, Earl took it home and drove it for several years--including as the parade car for the 1965 Daytona 500.
The Pirates House in Savannah Georgia was built in 1753 and is supposed to be one of Georgias most haunted locations.