02/1/13

Ghost Picture of the Day: Cemetery Ghost Girl

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This photo reportedly shows a ghost girl standing near her own tombstone. Is it truly a spirit or just the flower arrangement?

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09/23/12

Eerie Eateries: 100 Haunted Restaurants in the United States (Illinois – Missouri)

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Here’s the second installment of a four-part series featuring 100 haunted restaurants from across the United States (first part here). Have you visited any of the places on the list?

Illinois

The Country House
A young woman reportedly haunts The Country House Restaurant in Clarendon Hills. Legend has the woman committed suicide sometime in the 1950s and now makes her presence known by opening shutters, moving around pots and pans, and playing music on the jukebox in the middle of the night. People have also spotted the young woman beckoning customers from an upstairs window.

241 55th Street
Clarendon Hills, IL 60514
630-325-1444

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One Eleven Main
Galena’s One Eleven Main, once the site of a mortuary and casket-making company, now has a haunting reputation. The executive chef photographed what he believes are three ghosts playing outside the historic restaurant (photo here), and another employee found the name “John” written in sawdust.

111 North Main Street
Galena, Illinois 61036
815.777.8030

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08/29/12

Haunting Headlines: Ghosts and Ghouls in the News

Ma Barker’s Reportedly Haunted House for Sale
Toronto Sun
August 22, 2012

Ocklawaha, Florida – “Located on Lake Weir, the home where Kate ‘Ma’ Barker was shot dead by the FBI in 1935 remains almost in exactly the same condition it did then.” The historic home is also reportedly haunted by the ghost of the notorious gangster.

On the Search for Spirits: Paranormal Group Conducts Investigation at Culver Hospital
Journal Review Online
August 24, 2012

Crawfordsville, Indiana – “On Wednesday, a group of investigators from the Lafayette-based Wabash Paranormal Research Society came to the hospital to see if they could coax any other-worldy beings out of hiding.”

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