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American Ghosts and Hauntings: The Crescent Hotel - Eureka Springs, Arkansas In the Ozark Mountains of Arkansas in 1884, construction began on a grand hotel on West Mountain. Eureka Springs, Arkansas was a popular spot known all over for the healing powers of its waters and the purpose of the hotel was to give these travelers a luxurious place to stay. However, what people in Eureka Springs would not know is that it would become one of the most haunted hotels in America. Read more>>
Ghost Photo: Catfish Planation Spirit | Ghosts and Ghouls
This photo comes from the Catfish Plantation restaurant in Waxahacie, TX. Built in 1895, the restaurant is a former Victorian reportedly haunted by several spirits. Strange activity in the business includes levitating objects, eerie blue lights, and a ghostly bride that stares forlornly out the window. Is that her in the pic?
The Real Stories Behind America's Most Haunted Houses
Epperson House, Kansas City, Missouri Said to be one of the most haunted houses in the country, the building is now part of the University of Missouri – Kansas City. Figures of former owners have been seen and strange music heard, plus lights are seen to be turned off by the apparition of a hand. 45 Spine Tingling Haunted Places in the USA
The Sallie House in Atchison, Kansas quickly earned a national reputation as one of the most haunted places in the U.S. -- almost certainly the most haunted in the state of Kansas. The rather simple-looking painted brick house at 508 N. Second Street, built between 1867 and 1871, gives no indication from the street of its spooky reputation, but the many experiences of those who lived there are have subsequently investigated the place testify as to its ghostly vibes -- mostly of the negative kind
Crowd Control - Futility Closet
In July 1968, ethologist John B. Calhoun built a “mouse utopia,” a metal enclosure 9 feet square with unlimited food, water, and nesting material. He introduced four pairs of mice, and within a year they had multiplied to 620. But after that the society began to fall apart — males became aggressive, females began neglecting their young, and the weaker mice were crowded to the center of the pen, where resources were scarce. By January 1973 the whole colony was dead.
Bhangarh Fort, India - is thick with a violent history and is believed to be so haunted that it is actually illegal to enter the Fort during darkness hours. Indian officials have gone so far as to post a sign - "Entering the borders of Bhangarh before sunrise and after sunset is strictly prohibited. Legal action would be taken against anybody who does not follow these instructions". Makes one wonder what exactly is wandering around the Fort in the dark of night...