Thursday, July 13, 2017

Ghost hunting tourists wanted for a tv show in Savannah, Georgia, but you better act fast

Savannah casting call: Ghost-loving tourists wanted for cable show this summer

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A new travel show promises to explore some of Savannah’s most haunted locations, and you can be a part of it, the Savannah Morning News reports.

Anyone in or heading to Savannah the week of July 31 is invited to apply to be a part of the new show, which will be aired by an unspecified major cable network, according to the Savannah Morning News.

Interested parties are invited to send a photo of themselves and information about their travel companions to, reports the newspaper.

Source: Island Packet

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The Haunted Inn of Michigan (video)

NAHMA — “Not only do the spirits bring us back here and stuff, it’s the owners. When we first came here, they made us feel right at home,” said Yooper Paranormal Investigator, Kelly Carlson. “They were wonderful with us, made us feel like family and the employees also. We just keep coming back because we feel very welcome not only by them, but by what we find upstairs.”

Like the rest of the Upper Peninsula, Nahma is deep-rooted with a rich history, dating back to the late 1800s. Bay de Noquet Lumber Company resided in the Nahma area from 1881 to 1951, building the village as a company town. With nearly 1,500 people employed by the company, the Nahma Inn was constructed in 1909 for the employees.

The area was home to nearly 800 people in the peak of the lumber industry, but the town was sold in 1951 to a playground manufacturer, with high hopes of turning it into a resort town. A lack of financial means to do so soon became apparent and nearly 70 years later, the sleepy little town has a population of just 500, according to the 2010 census. The Inn, which has a four and a half star rating on Trip Advisor, is a main attraction for visitors looking for a quaint place to stay, good food and a good scare.

“It’s known for Nell. Nell is the resident haunt, the resident ghost. Every single time we come here, we experience something,” said Carlson.

Tuesday, July 11, 2017

Two different bloggers have 2 different experiences at the same Haunted Asylum (videos)

I stumbled upon these videos from last year, I am sharing them because I think they are quite interesting. Both bloggers visited the Hellingly Asylum in Sussex, England, don't worry they are not really scary but the are creepy.

The first one is from video blogger Joe Weller, who honestly seems completely perplexed and confused by the experience.

The second one is from video blogger vJamahh, obviously saw Joe Weller video and decided to go check it out for himself,..and is also confused by the experience.

Whether or not they are real may come into question, but I found them intriguing.

Feel free to comment with your opinions below,..Enjoy

Sunday, July 9, 2017

Contractor thinks Ted Bundys' childhood home, is definately haunted.

Unexplainable things happened in the Tacoma house where serial killer Ted Bundy grew up. So many things, in fact, that a contractor hired to remodel the home penciled Bible scriptures on the walls and brought in two pastors to bless the house.

“I’m not one to believe a lot of this stuff, but this house made me a believer,” said Casey Clopton, the contractor.

A cry for help appeared on a window as crew members worked in the basement.

Heavy furniture wedged into a wall toppled over. Doors and cabinets seemed to open themselves.

Real estate broker James Pitts III shows the fully remodeled Tacoma home he just sold, desiccated birds and all. It was the childhood home of serial murderer Ted Bundy.

It all started in September, when David Truong bought the 1,400-square-foot home with plans to redo and flip it.

He didn’t research its history, so he didn’t know the local lore or who had lived there.

The little blue house was built in 1946, the same year Bundy was born in Vermont. The Bundy family moved into the home in 1955, records show.

Tuesday, June 27, 2017

Haunted Milwaukee bar may appear in Netflix show (video)

MILWAUKEE (AP) - An historic Wisconsin  bar with a reputation for apparent paranormal activity could appear in a new Netflix series.

Shaker's Cigar Bar in Milwaukee's Walker's Point neighborhood has been listed as the fifth most-haunted bar in America.

It was a Speakeasy, where illegal liquor was sold during prohibition in the 1920's.

It was actually built in the 1800's, when it also served other customers who reputedly never left.

"We had people attempt to spend the night all night in the dead hooker's bedroom upstairs and about 10 percent are successful.  I've had other things, you'll be up there and hear like stilettos walking back and forth, obviously the person next to you is still asleep you look around there's nothing there," owner Bob Weiss told WISN.