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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 Chillingham Castle

Ok so, This castle has been around since 1298 when it was a monastery.  In 1344 it became a fortified castle. That’s 719 years,   so you just know there’s some madness going on in there right!?  The castle was … Continue reading

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Haunted History – The Sallie House

So, There are tons of haunted houses in the United States, and of course many of them claim to be the most haunted, just like this one.  The Sallie house is located at 508 N Second street in Atchison Kansas.  … Continue reading

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“The Twisted Southern Horror Queen” breaks 1000!

10 Episodes into the “Twisted Southern Horror Queen” show replays break 1000!  Come on over to the dark side, I’ll have plenty of haunted history and urban legends waiting for you!

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haunted History – The Waverly Hills Sanatorium

During the 1800’s through early 1900’s the “white death” plague, otherwise known as tuberculosis, was ravaging the country.  White death was a terrifying, highly contagious and incurable illness.  This evil plague wiped out entire families, and in some cases, entire … Continue reading

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The Legend of Stingy Jack – Jack-o-Lantern Urban Legend

   There’s the slightest hint of Fall in the air, an omen of one of the most revered holidays of the year, Halloween! As a primer for the approaching, “Day of the Dead” I thought I’d share the urban legend … Continue reading

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