News22’s Zach Rael hunted down the ghosts of the Double Eagle Restaurant in Old Mesilla.
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The house that once stood at 949 Florida Ave. in Portsmouth, Va., was the spitting image of two others that sat in a row on a small plot of land in a middle-class neighborhood. But unlike the others, according to countless witnesses, 949 had a dark side. Neighbor Helen V. Davis talks about the paranormal activity. Story:
This old cemetery and chapel has many reports of babies crying.
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This historic cemetery is located in the heart of a semi ghost town called Silver City. The cemetery is rumored to be haunted and many of the graves date back to the 1800’s. Further in the video you are going to see some vandalism. Almost every entire gravesite suffers the same fate and we bring it to YOU. Expect our team to work with this location more in the future its a jewel. Check us out www.paranormalghostsociety.org
Here are three Scary places i’ve visited in knoxville tn that I’ve personally had some experiences at.
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The team return one final time to the abandoned hospital in Kedington where a number of strange things have been experienced on previous visits…
Kedington is a village located between Clare and Haverhill in south-west Suffolk. Known as Kidituna in the Domesday Book (1086), there were 280 people living there at that time. Kedington’s church, St Peter and St Paul, is one of the historical treasures of East Anglia, dating from the late 13th century. However, the church is built on top of a Roman villa, the remains of which can be viewed under small trap doors located in the pews towards the back of the nave. There is an Anglo-Saxon stone cross located above the altar on the east wall of the church. This was found near to the church and is believed to be from a church dating from Saxon times. Kedington comes in the top rank of small English churches and is renowned for its unmodernised interior and Barnardiston tombs. John Betjeman understandably christened Kedington ‘ a village Westminster Abbey’. The 17th century Archbishop of Canterbury John Tillotson was rector of Kedington prior to his elevation.
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Madholiday’s “Halls of Agony” themed Haunted House in Las Vegas NV for Halloween was much smaller for 2011 due to the recession, our 1st baby being born and moving to a new neighborhood. We built a Yard Haunt in Las Vegas instead of a Las Vegas Haunted House for 2011. We concentrated on the Halloween Laser Vortex room and made it larger than ones used in our haunts from years past. See the Las Vegas Yard Haunt video to see the results.
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Watch www.madholiday.com next month for Christmas Light Shows in Las Vegas. We plan to update our map between Halloween and Thanksgiving in order to share homes with great Christmas Light Displays for 2011.
We plan to bring Madholidays Halls of Agony back for another round scares for next years Las Vegas Haunted House in Las Vegas for next Halloween, check in with us at www.madholiday.com for the best free Las Vegas Haunted House. You can contact Michelle Sproul at [email protected] or 702-608-4MLS (4657) for any real estate needs.
Castle Hill also known as the American Flag-Raising Site and now as the Baranof Castle State Historic Site, is a National Historic Landmark and state park in Sitka, Alaska.
Many people forget that Alaska was once a Russian territory before being transferred to American possession in the 19th century. Though no structures from that period are standing, one historic site in Sitka holds the foundation of the ancient Baranof Castle, the home of Russian royalty who kept watch over their impressive lands after wresting them from native Tlingit tribesmen. When the United States’ purchase of the territory was finalized at Baranof Castle, the family in residence sailed away from their stately home.
Soon after the family’s departure, newspapers began to report the presence of a ghost – a beautiful and doomed Russian Princess haunting the site. Decked in a black robe of mourning and opulent jewels, the princess drifted through the castle during the night, sadly bemoaning her fate. Rumors and even news reports circulated that the princess had killed herself on her wedding night in order to avoid an arranged marriage with a man who was not her true love. Today, “Castle Hill” State Historic Site is a great place to catch a glimpse the ethereal Lady in Black.
But the account was not a true story according to John Alexander who published a novel in 1911 called The Lady in Blue, a Sitka Romance. According to him, the tale of the Baranof castle ghost came earlier than 1840, and the ghost was the beautiful daughter of a manager for the Russian-American Fur Company. She killed herself in the glass-enclosed cupola in the observation tower on the castle roof.
The story has been told by many at different times and is one of the romantic tales that cluster around the old metropolis of the fur trading days. Her lover was sent away or killed through the influence of an ober offitzer who sought her hand in marriage. Eliza Ruhamah Scidmore, who wrote so delightfully of Sitka in her journeys in Alaska in 1883, says that, “By tradition the Lady in Black was the daughter of one of the old governors. On her wedding night she disappeared from the ballroom in the midst of the festivities, and after a long search was found dead in one of the small drawing rooms” (Andrews, 1922, p60).
Prior to the arrival of Europeans in the area, Castle Hill was occupied by families of the Kiksadi clan of Tlingits. Alexander Baranov, a leading figure in the Russian-American Company, arrived in the Sitka area in 1795, and sought to establish a trading post on the hill. He ended up establishing Redoubt St. Archangel Michael several miles away in 1799; this trading post was destroyed by the Tlingit in 1802. Baranov returned to Sitka in force in 1804, seized Castle Hill, from which the outnumbered Tlingit had withdrawn. After the six-day Battle of Sitka, the Tlingit formally ceded Castle Hill to the Russians.
In 1806 the Russians transferred the headquarters of the Russian-American Company and the seat of government of Russian Alaska to Sitka, and Castle Hill was the focal point of the company and government facilities until 1867. They destroyed the Tlingit houses on the hill, and built a succession of structures on the hill’s summit. The last of these, a two story brick building with a cupola on top known as the Governor’s House, was built in 1836 and was destroyed by fire in 1894.
In 1867, after the Alaska Purchase was negotiated, Russian Alaska was formally transferred to the United States in a ceremony held on Castle Hill. The Russian-built Governor’s House was occupied by United States Army commanders until 1877, and remained a center of US government administration until the building burned. In 1898 the hill was transferred to the United States Department of Agriculture, which built a structure on the hill which served as its Alaska headquarters until 1932. This building was then used for a variety of commercial purposes before it was demolished in 1955. The site was then designated a territorial park
Tennessee: it isn’t all Elvis and the Grand Ole Opry (though those things are pretty awesome). There are more than a few creepy places and weird stories in this southern state. Here are 5 of my favorite haunted places in Tennessee.
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Rose Island Amusement Park (Charlestown)
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Back in the 1970’s New Hightower Baptist Church was rumorued to haughted. I take a trip to “Hell’s Church” to see if the rumours are true.
Just driving around, and found this cool old house… Several Satanic symbols liter the walls, and in the back a shed with a pit of DOOM. I wish I had my spirit box with me, but unfortunately I didn’t. I’ve got some cool videos coming out in the future so be on the lookout… Haunted bridges, abandoned churches, civil war battle fields, and much much more!
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