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I was lucky enough to be able to investigate the Toledo airport. This little known haunted spot was the perfect locale to test out Ghost Hunting 2.0. We made contact with a plane crash victim. You won’t find these kind of results performed with current methods done on TV. Concepts from psychology and eastern philosophy were used to determine these spiritual ailments.
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Views:1939|Rating:5.00|View Time:7:21Minutes|Likes:16|Dislikes:0 The OLB Male Chorus Moving in the Spirit. This is The Male Chorus of the Old Liberty Missionary Baptist Church Male Chorus located in the Youngsville/Louisburg area of N.C. Bro. Earvin Doyle on lead
Views:22052|Rating:2.65|View Time:8:58Minutes|Likes:54|Dislikes:48 While sneaking around the Old Courthouse, we apear to have made actual confrontation with a ghost inside the courthouse, while we were standing right outside.
Views:8629|Rating:3.95|View Time:7:44Minutes|Likes:49|Dislikes:13 Cruising into and through a ghost town in eastern Utah. This town is only a few miles north of the Colorado River canyon, and not far from Moab.
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Views:1732884|Rating:3.83|View Time:8:55Minutes|Likes:6481|Dislikes:1986 Alone in a haunted house, the haunting in this house is real.. Paranormal Episode 1, this was one of the scariest paranormal videos that I have done. Real ghost caught on tape during this paranormal episode … help us make more paranormal docs and live shows by joining our patreon
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.
The Sallie house was brought to national attention when Debra and Tony Pickman lived there from 1992 to 1994 and had many distrubing encounters, including physical attacks on Tony, which were documented by the Sightings television show. It’s called the Sallie house because the daughter of some previous tenents had an imaginary friend named Sallie, and she is beleived to be one of the spirits haunting the house. When Tony Pickman drew a picture of the ghost Sallie he had seen, the daughter identified it as her friend, Sallie. (Coincidentally — or not — people who owned the house in the 1940s had a daughter named Sallie, although she did not die in the house or at a young age.)
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Views:10492|Rating:0.00|View Time:13:14Minutes|Likes:|Dislikes: Rocky Springs Mississippi is a ghost town and historic site located in Claiborne County, Mississippi, between Old Port Gibson Road and the Natchez Trace Parkway (mile post 54.8). The old town site can be viewed by the public during daylight hours. Rocky Springs and the surrounding area is maintained by the National Park Service.
Rocky Springs was established in the late 1700s as a popular watering place for travelers along the old Natchez Trace, near a natural spring and rock outcropping from which the budding community would take its name. In 1796, Mayburn Cooper settled in the area, and was recorded in the 1816 census as a land owner. In 1829, the Rocky Springs election precinct received 90 votes. A Methodist church was erected in 1837. The first private school, Rocky Springs Academy, opened in 1838. By 1860, the community of Rocky Springs had reached a maximum population of 2,616 inhabitants, plus approximately 2,000 slaves, all living in a 25-square-mile (65 km2) area. According to the NPS, at its height the town proper contained three merchants, four physicians, four teachers, three clergy and 13 artisans. Cotton farming was the main economic driver.
The community of Rocky Springs began to decline during the Civil War, at which time Union forces passed through the area during the advance on nearby Port Gibson. In 1878 the remaining inhabitants of Rocky Springs faced an outbreak of yellow fever. Later, valuable cotton crops were destroyed by an infestation of boll weevils, while at the same time farmers were struggling with severe erosion caused by many years of poor land management. In 1930, the last store closed, and the natural spring, from which the town took its name, dried up.
Today, the old town site of Rocky Springs can be viewed by the public during daylight hours. The Methodist church built in 1837 is the only remaining structure, and continues to hold regular Sunday services. Some remnants of the town can be viewed along a short loop trail, including a post office safe and a cistern. Placards placed along the trail by the NPS offer historical information about the town’s growth and decline. A small graveyard adjacent to the church is maintained, and is the grave site of some the original settlers.
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