Leap Castle, the Leim Ni Bhanain

Leap Castle is one of Ireland’s oldest structures, and it’s featured in many modern resources as Ireland’s most haunted castle. Leap has one of the most fascinating and well-established structural histories in the country. Origins Names for the castle include Castle Leap, Leap Castle, Leim Ni Bhanain, Leamyvannan, and O’Bannon Leap.

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The Witch Bride

A wealthy bachelor named McKim owned a gristmill and much prosperous farming land in Virginia. His wealth made him very influential and citizens from the town all respected him. He was generous and kind, hosting many dinners and society events at his home.

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Tombstone, Arizona

Outside of Tucson is a little town with a big name, “Tombstone.” Many people have heard of Tombstone, but most also have assumptions about the town. The true history of the town isn’t often discussed on “haunted” programming, but it is fascinating nonetheless.

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Waverley Hills Sanatorium

Does it really have a “body chute?” Did 100,000 people die in this hospital? Questions are plentiful when it comes to the Waverley Hills Sanatorium, but the urban legends are more colorful than the history.

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The Portly Tale of a Slender Man

Most of us who frequent the internet, or who have kids that frequent the internet, will inevitably stumble across a reference to the, “Slenderman.” If so, you have witnessed what is now termed a, “meme.” First, a meme is an idea that, “goes viral.

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Urban Legend: The Red Room

Twin Peaks fans will know this term well. As a matter of fact, the series (and related movies) involved a place known as, “The Red Room,” which was part of an evil realm called, “The Black Lodge.” The current legends actually have nothing to do with the series.

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Pictures Worth a Thousand Nightmares?

If a picture is worth a thousand words, how many are haunted pictures worth? This seemingly “new” nightmarish phenomena is not new at all. Reports of haunted pictures and paintings have been around for longer than most know.

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