27 Years After This Woman Adopted A Child, Doctors Gave Her Some Terrifying News



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When she first held her foster son Jordan in 1987, Ingeborg McIntosh from Phoenix, Arizona, knew immediately that he was a part of her family. And following an arduous adoption process, that dream became a reality. But in 2014 it looked as if that picture-perfect family she had built was about to be shattered.

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25 TERRIFYING Ghost Towns You Should Avoid



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These TERRIFYING ghost towns are places you should avoid. These creepy, haunted, or just plain terrifying ghost towns will chill you to the core. You have to see these terrifying ghost towns to believe what spooky secrets lay inside. Are you brave enough to visit one of these terrifying ghost towns? Don’t miss these terrifying ghost towns you should avoid!

These creepy abandoned towns are where you will want to start your next adventure. Some of these scary ghost towns have blood-stained histories that quickly brought the town to its knees, while others seemed doomed from the beginning. If you are brave enough to visit one of these terrifying ghost towns, you will have to survive flaming mines, cursed dolls, and catastrophic destruction. Are you strong enough to survive a visit to one of these cursed towns? Check out these Terrifying Ghost Towns You Should Avoid and be sure to leave us a comment below letting us know which ghost town you are too scared to enter!

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A visit to these spooky ghost towns is far from a walk in the park. The war-torn towns of Tawergha, Libya and Oradour-sur-Glane, France were destroyed and stand as markers of brutal crimes against human rights. The mining towns of Dallol (Ethiopia), Kennicott (Alaska), Rhyolite (Nevada), and Virginia City (Montana) share their own collection of creepy secrets and potential hauntings in the long abandoned mines. But likely the most terrifying ghost towns are those that hold potentially deadly hazards, like the never ending fire of Centralia, Pennsylvania and the nuclear wasteland that has become Pripyat, Ukraine. From abandoned prisons to towns that just died out, here are 25 Terrifying Ghost Towns You Should Avoid.

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The Most Terrifying Drug in Huntsville, Alabama



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Flakka : The Most Terrifying Drug in Huntsville, Alabama also known as Gravel or alpha-Pyrrolidinopentiophenone or Colloquially or the Zombie Drug

There have been recent stories about a horrible double murder in Florida where a young man, after taking the drug Flakka committed a double murder on two random victims. This young man was a college student with no prior record. He was apprehended while chewing the face-off one of his victims.
As bizarre as the sounds, chewing a victims face off has happened before with people using Flakka.
Flakka is a synthetic drug. Think of the illegal synthetic drug spice on steroids. If the devil brewed a drug in the deepest pit of hell it might well be Flakka.

While many people take issue with whether or not marijuana should or shouldn’t be legal, there aren’t many people who think Flakka should be. This drug is illegal in Alabama. Possession of it can land you in prison. Of course someone who uses it and engages in other criminal activity can expect far more severe consequences

Haunted Places in Alabama



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Birmingham, Montgomery, Huntsville, and more! Check out the top 10 most haunted places in Alabama! From creepy cemeteries to scary castles, ghosts, poltergeists, and more!

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“Moundville Archaeological Site Alabama” by Altairisfar ( is in the public domain

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“Gaineswood by Highsmith 001” by Carol M. Highsmith ( is in the Public Domain

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Haunted Places in Virginia



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From Virginia Beach to Norfolk, Chesapeake to Richmond, Newport News, Alexandria, and more! Check out these haunted graves, schools, churches, buildings and other locations throughout the old dominion! These are our picks for the top 10 most haunted places in Virginia! Enjoy!

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“Facade of ruins Rosewell Plantation Carter Creek Gloucester County Virginia” by Historic American Building Survey is in the Public Domain

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