Category Archives: vampire history

Urban Legend – How the Jack-O-Lantern became a Halloween Icon

This legend is rooted in Irish folklore, it stemmed off of the reputation of a man called Stingy Jack. Stingy Jack was a nasty deviant, he was foul tempered and mean and was a known alcoholic that frequently beat his … Continue reading

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Urban Legend – Friday the 13th

Millions of folks woke up this morning in search of their lucky trinkets as an attempt to ward off the evil and bad luck said to be associated with Friday the 13th. But how did this day become tagged as … Continue reading

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Urban Legend – Famous Witch Graves

As we all know, Witches have been around for a very very long time.  Many women were doomed by being both rightfully, and unjustly accused of witchcraft and pacts made with the devil.  During the witch hunt craze that started … Continue reading

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Haunted New Orleans – The Rampart Street Murder House

Known by locals as the “Rampart Street Murder House,” 826 N. Rampart will forever go down in history as being the location of one of the city’s saddest, and most recent gruesome murders. Nick and Katrina are the first team … Continue reading

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Urban Legend – The Richmond Vampire

So, if you’re looking for ghosts, the best place to find one is usually in a cemetery, right?!  Well, if you’re in Virginia, I’d recommend checking out the Hollywood Cemetery.  There are quite a few ghosts hanging out there but … Continue reading

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Revisiting the Amityville Horror with a little lagniappe!

This creepy looking old house sits at 108 Ocean Avenue, now some of you guys just went, no, that’s not right, it’s 112. Well yes, and no, Since all of the chaos the address was changed from 112 – 108 … Continue reading

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The Haunted History of Cheesman Park

So, I thought I’d tell you about a city park with a dark history lurking, around beneath the surface. I’m talking about Cheesman Park. The park is a 81 acre oasis sitting right in the middle of Denver. It’s basically … Continue reading

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