•July 20, 2014 • Leave a Comment
Franklin Castle is one of Ohio’s most notorious and most haunted places. Built by German immigrant Hannes Tiedemann in 1865, the castle has all the makings of the home of unruly spirits. There were allegedly numerous deaths that occurred under mysterious circumstances, including those of Tiedemann’s wife, mother and children. Babies can be heard crying through the walls, and victims of foul play have been sighted throughout the house.
•February 21, 2014 • Leave a Comment
The Beardslee Castle is located in New York in the city of Little Falls. This has been considered to be one of the most haunted castles in America for some time now. Today, you can visit this unique structure easily as it is a restaurant that is open to the public. If you go to the hill that is located in what is referred to as “Mohawk Valley”, you will discover this castle, standing in all of its majesty. Constructed in the year of 1860 by the infamous Augustus Beardslee, this building has a long history that contributes to the belief that spirits reside in and around the brick and mortar used to construct it.
•February 20, 2014 • Leave a Comment
In Liberty,Texas there is an old historic place called the Ott Hotel. During the days when oil was king in the 30’s, the town prospered as well as the 50 room inn. In the early 1990’s the place was sold to new owners and a restoration project was started. Strange things began to happen such as loud banging, footsteps and doors slamming. Reports of loud arguing by a couple in an empty room have been checked on by staff only to find no one there. Guests have reported seeing figures such as a red-headed woman,a tall top-coated man, and a woman in a nightgown vanishing through a door. In one of the rooms a female guest reported a spirit figure of a man standing at the foot of her bed every evening during her stay.
•February 19, 2014 • Leave a Comment
Mayberry Inn in Hot Springs, Arkansas is said to be haunted by the ghost of David Mayberry, the owner during the 1800s. Mayberry used his inn to shelter prospectors and miners that were traveling thru the area, violence at the inn led to Mayberry getting shot, although not killed. Because of his mental condition he killed his wife and burned her body in the fireplace and drowned his infant son. Reports of seeing a body in the house, screaming and a baby crying.
•February 18, 2014 • Leave a Comment
The Mason Children’s Home, was house was built in the early 1920’s and is located east of Highway 77. This home was built by the Mason’s to provide a comfortable warm place for children whose parents no longer could care for them. It ran until 1978 when Oklahoma voted to have a foster care system. There are rumors of children being beaten to death, staff committing suicide, and other horrible incidents at this home. No one knows exactly what happened within this house during the time it housed hundreds of children but now there is definitely unrest. Many people have seen a girl begging to be rescued, There is also a woman who walks down the main hallway and many people report hearing crying and screaming, probably from the children who were abandoned by parents.
•February 18, 2014 • Leave a Comment
This home was built over a century ago and was home to the 12 Houghton children, a funeral home, boarding houses and more. Two entities have been repeatedly seen and heard including one that is believed to be Augsuta Houghton who died when she was 8 because the nurse gave her the wrong medication. She used to go to her old playroom and remove all the toys in the closet, she also enjoys touching peoples faces and taking naps on a bed. It is believed that she is searching for her mother to move on together. Another male presence has been seen. He enjoys smoking cigars and has even helped guest do things they couldn’t themselves.