Ghosts and Ghouls is a year old! I started this blog last April as a fun way to share spooky legends and post readers’ true ghost stories. The site now has over 250 posts featuring everything from famous hauntings to reader-submitted ghost pics. Thanks for reading, everyone!
In honor of Ghost and Ghouls’ first birthday, here are the blog’s top 10 posts. Have you read them?
10. Creepy Wiki: 70 Spooky Articles from Wikipedia.com
70 Wikipedia articles featuring ghosts, ghouls, monsters, and urban legends.
9. Ghosts on a Plane: 5 Tales of Haunted Aircraft
Five true tales of haunted airplanes. The tales in this post came from two large aviation forums.
8. Shadows and Ghost Blobs at Savannah’s 17Hundred90 Inn, Room 204
My personal experience in “the most haunted room” in the “most haunted hotel” in all of Savannah – the 17Hundred90 Inn, Room 204.
7. Charleston Ghost Pictures
Thirteen unsettling ghost photos from Charleston, South Carolina. I lived in Charleston from 2005 to 2007, attending graduate school and working part-time at a popular ghost tour company.
6. The Most Beautiful Suicide – Does Evelyn McHale Haunt the Empire State Building?
The tragic tale of Evelyn McHale and reports of a possibly related haunting at the Empire State Building.
5. Real Nurses Share True Ghost Stories
True ghost stories I found on AllNurses.com, a forum dedicated to nurses and the medical profession.
4. Haunted Disney: True Ghost Stories from the Happiest Place on Earth
True ghost stories about Disney World and Disney Land. I found the spooky tales on two major Disney forums.
3. Creepy Stories from the Woods
Four creepy stories from a well-known survivalist forum. Notice a theme yet?
2. Cops Share Real Ghost Stories
Cops share creepy on-the-job ghost stories. I found the tales on, you guessed it, a forum for police officers.
1. Real EMTS Share True Ghost Stories
Five true ghost stories I found from paramedic forums and message boards. Seriously guys, niche forums are a great place to find creepy tales if you have the patience to hunt them down.
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