Today the National Examiner of Haunted Places (and Arizona Haunted Sites) is celebrating four years of sharing ghost stories of enchanting Arizona and other haunted places around the country. These stories are designed for readers who want to learn where they might find a ghost to investigate, or where ghosts have been sited throughout history. It is to inform readers where current paranormal conventions or conferences will be held, and reviews on the latest published books on the subject of ghostly phenomena. It is also meant to be fun!
Here are ten of the favorite columns shared with readers from the past four years. What was your favorite story from the Haunted Places Examiner?
1. The Gurdon Lights of Arkansas –take the back roads to the railroad tracks near Gurdon and watch for the glowing blue green lights along the deserted stretch of railroad line. Who haunts the old tracks?
2. Boise Idaho’s “Lady in Blue” ghost –A ghostly image has appeared not far from the Boise Egyptian Theatre—just a few blocks from the Idaho State Capital. Keep your eyes open for the Lady in Blue.
3. Ghost of the Calhoun Nebraska ravine –Who is the mystery woman found in the ditch near Fort Calhoun and why does her ghost still linger along the highway?
4. Mumbai’s most haunted locations –Your computer tech, we’ll just call him “Peggy” has ghosts in his closets too! This ain’t no virus!
5. Haunted trolley spooked Savannah’s Laurel Grove Cemetery –Trolley car #28 was subject to a haunting near the old cemetery. A boy who had been buried in the graveyard had a connection to the car.
6. Ghosts in a Detroit coffin shop --What could be creepier that ghosts in a funeral home in 1887? Banging doors, rapping on the wall, ghosts walking through rooms—keep your day job!
7. Ghost riders of Golden Gate Park –Watc h out for a beautiful woman wearing a straw hat astride a black steed galloping through Golden Gate Park. She is often along the drive to Stowe Lake.
8. Frank James’ ghostly presence saved him from a lynching –Sometimes it is not so good to be able to “see” ghosts. Nobody believed Mrs. Blank saw Frank James on her property as she was full of ghost tales!
9. Ghosts of Big Bull Tunnel –Old railroad tunnels are often haunted by the misfortunate few who met with tragic accidents within their walls. What happened at Big Bull Tunnel?
10. The ghost of Biddy the Irish Setter --Everyone loves their dog. Learn how Biddy comes back from the dead after a terrifying hunting accident.
Thanks for being a faithful reader to Haunted Places. Enjoy these favorites and be sure and visit Arizona Haunted Sites when you feel like visiting haunted Arizona!
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