Monthly Archives: October 2013

The Curse of Charles Island - Milford, Connecticut

By JackMc Off the coast of Connecticut, there lies Charles
Island which is the stuff that fairytales are made of. Native American
curses, haunted by spirits, pirates, buried treasure, a pathway that …read more

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The White Lady of Spring Canyon - Latuda, Utah

By JackMc During the 1880s around Carbon County,
Utah, the coal mining industry began to boom after the railroad opened
up between Denver, Colorado and Salt Lake City, Utah.  This caused the …read more

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Spirit of Marie Lavaeu, Saint Louis Cemetery #1, New Orleans, Louisiana

By JackMc Marie Lavaeu was a hair dresser in 19th century New
Orleans.  However, she had a mysterious side that would become well
renowned around the bayou. She was a Voodoo priestess …read more

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Abraham Lincoln's Ghost - The White House - Washington, D. C.

By JackMc President Abraham Lincoln was such as charismatic
person and was influential to many.  Many Southerners liked him as well
because he wanted to be lenient towards them in post war …read more

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Ghosts of Thornewood Castle - Lakewood Area of Tacoma, Washington

By JackMc Chester Thorne was one of the founders of Tacoma,
Washington.  In 1907, as a gift for his bride, he purchased an English
castle which was physically located in England, and …read more

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Phantom Trucker of Booger Mountain - between Barbourville and Corbin, Kentucky

By JackMc This haunting originates back to the 1950s when the
only road between Barbourville and Corbin, Kentucky was a narrow,
winding, dangerous road over Gilliam Hill, known locally today as Booger
…read more

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We're not giving up, spread the word, but FYI: Due to Congress’s failure to pass legislation to fund the government, We the People has been temporarily disabled. As a result, you will be unable to create or sign We the People petitions. Once government funding has been restored, We the People will be reenabled. Petitions that were open as of October 1, 2013 will have their deadlines extended. ...extend away, let's do this!

By FB-RSS We’re not giving up, spread the word, but FYI:

Due to Congress’s failure to pass legislation to fund the government, We the People has been temporarily disabled.
As a result, you will …read more

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