Category: Ghost Stories

Jul 30

Mister Ghost’s July 2017 Parcel – Monsters at the Movies!

This month the theme from Evil Supply Company for Mister Ghost’s Highly Enviable Monthly Parcel of Simple Yet Amazing Wonderments is “Monsters at the Movies”.  I love this theme because before my husband and I had an adorable little goose of a child, who is now 2 years old and totally awesome, we would go to the movies weekly.  No …

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Oct 23

Haunted Gettysburg – A Beginner’s Guide

Is Gettysburg haunted? It’s sure hard to ignore the large number ghostly encounters that visitors and residents of this historic Pennsylvania town claim to have experienced over the years. Of course, skeptics will always find other explanations for the phenomena but the sheer number of reported experiences certainly lends support to those convinced that something …

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Oct 18

Haunted Lighthouses of Maine

Ghostly forms, loud voices, ethereal whispers, phantom lights, the cries of drowning men on a cold still night are all part of haunted lighthouse legends. Maine holds the title for the most haunted lighthouses in New England. Isadore Nubble Light We start our tour at Nubble Light on Cape Neddick where the legend of the …

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Oct 18

Guide to Haunted Lighthouses – Massachusetts

Massachusetts, well known for Plymouth Rock, where the first pilgrims landed, and the Salem witch trials, is also home to five of America’s most haunted lighthouses. The Haunted Bell Baker’s Island Light Baker’s Island Light, just six miles off the coast of Salem, home of the infamous witch trials, is reputedly haunted by a phantom …

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Oct 18

Guide to Haunted Lighthouses – New York

Long Island Sound is historically a summer playground. Its history also includes several haunted lighthouses whose atmosphere speaks of murder, revenge, insanity and heartbreak. Skull Bound Ghosts Execution Rocks – New York Execution Rocks remains one of the most grisly in haunted lighthouse history. According to legend, when America was a British colony with a …

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Oct 17

Haunted Castles in America

There are several haunted castles in America. Most everyone is attracted to castles. These immense structures are typically constructed in such a way that they naturally appeal to anyone who lays eyes on them. In addition to this, they usually stem from a long, rich history that is filled with intrigue and mystery. This is …

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Oct 15

America’s Haunted Lighthouses – California and Washington State

The Tsunami Ghosts (Crescent City) Light – California Crescent City in beautiful Northern California just twenty miles south of the Oregon border boasts two national parks, proximity to the Pacific Ocean, a myriad of outdoor activities, and a haunted lighthouse. A tsunami is an unusual and extraordinary event not often seen in the United States, …

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Oct 15

America’s Haunted Lighthouses – Minnesota, Wisconsin, Ohio

We do not often think of the Midwest as lighthouse country yet three states have lighthouses on Lake Michigan, Lake Superior and Lake Erie, and all have haunted stories to tell. The Gales of November Split Rock Lighthouse – Minnesota Minnesota’s Split Rock Lighthouse was the inspiration for Gordon Lightfoot’s song about the sinking of …

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Oct 15

Americas Haunted Lighthouses – Oregon

The Oregon coast boasts more than 360 miles of pristine public coastline, terrain that changes from rugged cliffs to green forests, miles of sandy beaches complete with dunes and four haunted lighthouses. Here are two of their stories. Rue, the Gray Lady Heceta Head Light – Oregon Heceta Head Light, believed to be one of …

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Oct 15

America’s Haunted Lighthouses – Yaquina, Oregon

The Yaquina area on Oregon’s coast offers recreational activities for every taste, and is home to four haunted lighthouses, two of which you can read about here. The Sea Captain’s Daughter Yaquina Bay Lighthouse Some believe that this story may be based on a short story from many years ago. The Yaquina Bay Light went …

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