Sunday, July 24, 2011

Haunted Hills of the Seven Sisters (7 Sisters Road) - Otoe County Nebraska

A few miles south of Nebraska City, Nebraska there lies a group of hills that is subject of one of the most gruesome haunted legends known in the state.  It is said that there spirits of seven sisters who still haunt what remains of the hills today.  Read the full story>>

The Seven Sisters Road in Otoe County near Nebraska City, NE - photo by Dan Swanson

Sunday, July 17, 2011

Ghost of the Guney - Laguna Vista Saloon - Eagle Nest, New Mexico

In Therma, New Mexico around 1889, a saloon called El Monte was built.  Located close to nearby Eagle Nest Lake the town changed its name to Eagle Nest and the saloon became known as the Laguna Vista Saloon.  However, one thing did not change, a bride who was windowed while on her honeymoon there has never left.  Read the full story>>

The El Monte Saloon circa 1920s

Sunday, July 10, 2011

Restless Spirits of Sloss Furnace - Birmingham, Alabama

Undoubtedly, one of he most haunted places in the state of Alabama, the Sloss Furnaces in Birmingham now abandoned as a former steel making facility has been the subject of many paranormal investigations.  Read the full story>>

Sloss Furnaces in Birmingham, Alabama has been the site of many deaths over the years

Saturday, July 2, 2011

Black Dog of Meriden Mountain - Hanging Hills of Meriden, Connecticut

In the Hanging Hills near Meriden, Connecticut, a legend goes back 100 or more years regarding a black dog, not a normal everyday dog, but on of a supernatural sort.  Many who have been hiking on Meriden Mountain have had encounters with what appears to be a black dog that seems to leave no tracks, makes not one sound even when it appears to be barking, and it seems to disappear into thin air.   Read the full story>>