Author Archives: Lyn Gibson

H. H. Holmes – America’s first serial killer

H. H. Holmes – America’s first serial killer Posted on 16/06/2017 by lynglyngibsonauthor Today we’re headed to Chicago, cause there’s a man, and his castle that I want to tell you folks about.  This dude was born with the name, Herman … Continue reading

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Haunted History – The Cecil Hotel

So let’s talk about the Cecil Hotel in L.A., trust me, not a place you’d want to book for vacation, unless you’re as demented as I am! The Cecil is a low budget hotel and when I say low, I … Continue reading

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The Lemp Mansion is crazy haunted!

The Lemp family has one of the most tragic histories around, and most of them are still clinging to this place that they last knew as home. Over the years, the mansion was transformed from the lavish home of millionaires, … Continue reading

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Get your CREEPY on for $5 OFF!!! The Line Up’s – Creepy Crate!

That’s right! They’re back and better than ever!  Those Creepy Kids over at the Line Up have been scouring the darkest scourges of the planet in search of the most bizarre and macabre items to appease fans of horror, like … Continue reading

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The Dead Children’s Playground

So, there’s this crazy, creepy cemetery that was founded in 1822, Maple Hill is the oldest and largest cemetery in Alabama, almost 100 acres!  But this little bone yard has a unique feature that you just don’t see every day.  … Continue reading

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The Haunted Morse Mill Hotel

This week’s blog is about the Morse Mill Hotel in Hillsboro, Missouri. This place has a pretty crazy history behind it, let me lay that out for you. So first off, this area was settled in 1799 by Francis Wideman, … Continue reading

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Haunted History – The Whaley House

Greetings Daywalkers!  It’s Friday, you know what that means!  It’s blog day for your friendly neighborhood Creepy Chick!  I’m going to tell you all about this crazy haunted joint that the locals call, The Whaley House! Let me roll out … Continue reading

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