There is a line of Stuarts, from Allenbank, Scotland, that suffered with a banshee called “Pearlin’ Jean.” This tale used to be one of the most popular in England. In life, Jean was a French mistress for a Stuart Lord.
In the Covent Garden portion of London, a tavern once stood that gained a reputation for causing murder. It was a handsome brick structure that had a steady clientele, but also a steady stream of homicides. It was known to be popular in the 17th Century and many notable individuals patronized the business.
Major Thomas Weir is a notable figure in English lore. His house sat empty for decades, long after he and his sister were executed. Neighbors reported a host of ghostly activity within the dark house.
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.
The Lalaurie mansion is notorious in America. This was once a magnificent antebellum mansion that was home to the rich and powerful Lalaurie family. Dr.
There is a structure on Long Island that has probably gained more notoriety in the paranormal world than any other typical residential home. Where is this? Amityville.
Have you heard about the Bloody Countess? She was the most prolific female serial murderer ever recorded. The Countess bathed in the blood of her 700 victims to stay young and beautiful.
Typhoid Mary is a generic term that describes someone who brings harm on others, with no concern for the consequences of their behavior. Believe it or not, she was very real and her life is as sadly perplexing as her legacy. Typhoid Mary is more than a legend or an adjective.
Sometimes it’s a massive hotel on a Vegas strip. Sometimes it’s a “no-tell motel” in an unheard-of town. Yes, there might be body under the bed.
The St. James Hotel offers visitors many unique adventures in Cimarron, New Mexico. This historic structure was rescued from ruin in 1985.