Monthly Archives: March 2017

Louisiana’s Gentleman Pirate – Jean Lafitte

When it comes to pirates, I’m most definitely going to talk about Louisiana’s own, Jean Lafitte!  Jean, of course, was known for his piracy in and around the Gulf of Mexico but I bet you didn’t know that he was … Continue reading

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Three seriously cursed pieces of art………….

All right, so let’s get this party started right!  I thought we’d kick it off with some urban legends about cursed relics.  This one in particular is known as: “The Goddess of Death”  The “Woman from Lemb” is a statue … Continue reading

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Haunted History – Unit 731

So, next up, we’re gonna talk a little about the atrocities of war and the ghosts of those victims that still linger today.  Typically when we hear war atrocities, we think back to the German concentration camps where hundreds of … Continue reading

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Haunted History – The Charleville Castle

Alright, Let’s get into some creepy ghost legends, more specifically the ghosts that are known to haunt Irelands’ Charleville Castle. We talk about Castles and their ghostly residents a lot, but most of these structures are really really old.  This … Continue reading

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Haunted History – The Anderson Hotel

    Alright so how about a haunted story from Kentucky?!  Yep, they have ghosts in Kentucky too, who would have thought!  So this is the story of the Anderson Hotel in Lawrenceburg Kentucky.  The Anderson has been closed down for … Continue reading

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