08/20/17

7 Haunted Places in West Virginia

A ghostly cow, a dancing child, shadowy beings in the night. Wild and wonderful West Virginia is home to several terrifying spirits. Here are seven places to find them.

West Virginia Penitentiary – Moundsville

The West Virginia Penitentiary is more than 140 years old and once housed 2,400 violent criminals. 85 executions took place on the property, along with suicides, murder, and rape. According to visitors, the prison’s paranormal hot spots include the chapel, the shower cages, death row, a recreational area known as the Sugar Shack, and the site of former hangings. Ghost hunters have also spotted faces in long-abandoned cells and shadowy figures in hallways.

Lowe Hotel – Point Pleasant

Legend has it a number of spirits call the historic Lowe Hotel home. The most famous is a beautiful young woman who dances on the mezzanine between the first and second floors. Other ghosts include a tricycle-riding child on the second floor, a maid and sea captain on the third, and ghostly string quartet in the fourth floor ballroom. Point Pleasant is also home to the infamous Mothman.

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08/13/17

Ghost Photo: Dead Woman Walking

This photo from Reddit was taken at an old bar in Hollywood. Do you think it shows a ghostly woman walking by?

Have you caught a full-bodied apparition on camera? Send your ghost photo to ghostsghoul@gmail.com!

08/9/17

Ghost Photo: The Creeper

This photo was taken in a Salt Lake City park and reportedly shows a demon crouching under stone remains. Do you think the image is real?

Have you captured a demon (or ghost) on camera? Send it to ghostsghoul@gmail.com!

08/9/17

Ghosts of the Tate Murders

On August 9, 1969, five members of the Manson family murdered actress Sharon Tate and four others at Tate’s Los Angeles home. Now, at least one homeowner near the former Tate residence believes the murder victims haunt his property.

“I’ve had many esteemed psychics and mediums here, and they all say that the spirits of those that were killed have unfinished business and they will not crossover until the murderers are also dead,” the homeowner told LA Weekly. “I’ve seen infrared video footage of balls of light and shadow figures on many occasions and my figurines that stand in a very active room fall over without any help, often. I know it’s them.”

The photo below is alleged proof of the haunting. Do you think the Manson victims still haunt the site of their murder?

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