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Seven Creepy Tales from Death Row

Death Row is the one and only thing that strikes fear into the hearts of even the most brutal and sadistic of offenders.  In their last fleeting moments, some of the worst bad assess in history have left something more … Continue reading

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Haunted History – The Carnton Plantation

Let’s talk about the Haunted Carnton Plantation in Franklin TN where from time to time, Carrie McGavock is seen on the back porch that overlooks a historic Civil War cemetery. There’s a couple of odd things about seeing Carrie though.  … Continue reading

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Fact or Fiction – Spontaneous Human Combustion

What do you think causes this madness? Well, some folks blame it on Poltergeists because they’re known to cause spontaneous fires, and there’s hundreds of reports of un-explainable lights popping up in haunted houses. Other folks think that SHC is … Continue reading

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The Belfry – A Creepy New Years Eve Legend

So, there was this old church with a belfry that stood to it’s side. It was a unattractive octagon shaped construction that had only 2 rooms inside. The entire bottom floor was considered 1 room and above it, was the … Continue reading

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Haunted History – The Ostrich Inn

Ok, so now I have a crazy creepy story to tell you about a haunted Inn in Colnbrook, England! The Ostrich Inn is thought to be one of the three oldest structures in this area. Originally constructed around 1106, builder … Continue reading

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Haunted History – The Wicklow Gaol

It’s been a while since we’ve talked about a paranormal pokey! The original Wicklow Gaol (Jail) was built in 1702, where the conditions for inmates extremely harsh. Yeah, no cable TV, no pizza Fridays and definitely no internet, hellish right! … Continue reading

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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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