Liar's club, located at 1665 W Fullerton Avenue in Chicago, is too eccentric to be just another dive bar. A great place for punk rockers and metal heads, yet inviting to anyone who wants to enjoy that perfect combination of music, mingling, and booze. It is just intimate enough to feel the presence of great company around you, even the paranormal kind.
This location has had a long history of being called haunted. The upstairs in particular has had many people testify to creepy feelings and experiences. It is there, a ghost is said to appear who's life ended with an ax by her husband. Years later a woman killed her boyfriend with a hatchet. To make these brutalities even more ironic, they both happened in the same corner. The corner with a wall that has a faint remembrance of a pentagram which was painted over after some vandal put it there.
Legally Dead Paranormal, a ghost hunting group out of Chicago, did an investigation here and came up with remarkable evidence of it being haunted. A mirror in one of the photographs that were taken had an unexplainable image in it. It appeared to be a person with a hairstyle and outfit that did not fit the description of any person accounted for. The most chilling aspect of this entity was the large dark circles where their eye's would be. The group investigated the photograph, the area it was taken, and even recreated the photograph. No explanation was found for the semblance in the original.