Haunted Hotel: The Queen Mary

This beautiful, stately ship once carried royalty before carrying sick soldiers from the war. These days, paying guests along with a few specters are what you’ll find. My friend, Julie, is something of a ghost hunter. She has sent me “EVP”s– which are audio sounds believed to be from beyond. I’ll try and post those shortly. Thanks to Julie for this picture of the QM. … Continue reading Haunted Hotel: The Queen Mary

Haunted States: Tennessee

Franklin, TX. The site of “other” bloodiest battle during the Civil War, The Battle of Franklin. The old farmhouse that sits at the top of the hill, the Carter family farmhouse, stands as a quiet reminder to the battle that day in November, 1864. Thousands of men were killed, wounded or went missing that day, but what makes this story truly scary is that it … Continue reading Haunted States: Tennessee

Haunted States: Nevada

Nevada Any place built on the promise of a dream is bound to have a sad soul or two forever roaming its borders, and Nevada is no exception. One such story involves a local millionaire and politician, George Wingfield, who some say murdered his mistress and discarded his illegitimate child down a mineshaft. As the legend goes, the would-be mother still roams the halls of … Continue reading Haunted States: Nevada

Haunted Hotel: The Queen Mary, Long Beach Harbor

This beautiful, stately ship once carried royalty before carrying sick soldiers from the war. These days, paying guests along with a few specters are what you’ll find. My friend, Julie, is something of a ghost hunter. She has sent me “EVP”s- which are audio sounds believed to be from beyond. They are indeed pretty scary! I hope to post those here later today. Continue reading Haunted Hotel: The Queen Mary, Long Beach Harbor