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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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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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New York Serial Killer – Kendall Francois

  Kendall Francois was from Poekeepsie New York, a small city about an hour north of Manhattan. No one had a clue that among them lurked a macabre and brutal serial killer. From 1996 to 1998, residents and police investigators … 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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Dr. H. H. Holmes – America’s first serial killer

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 Mudgett, which kind of sounds like a Looney Tunes character, I guess … Continue reading

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Haunted History – The Andrew Jackson Hotel

I have another bit of haunted history for you, this one hales from the Crescent city, of course, New Orleans.  At 919 Royal street stands the Andrew Jackson Hotel, which is crazy haunted, but it’s not as much as the … Continue reading

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