Tag: ghosts


Gold Camp Gold Camp is located in Bear Creek park in the mountains near Colorado Springs. I have some friends that live there and they know I love spooky stuff so they took me up there. This is my personal video of our experience (so there’s a little bit of “adult” language). Unfortunately, we just […]

Crater Lake, Oregon

Crater Lake, as the name might suggest, was created when the volcano Mount Mazama collapsed, leaving behind just the tip of the volcano as the island Wizard Island, which stands from the bottom of the lake up to over 700 feet above the water’s surface. The collapse of the volcano left behind a huge crater that […]

Shades of Death Road

Yes, that’s the full name of the road: Shades of Death Road. Though, it’s mostly just referred to as “Shades.” That’s pretty ominous either way you slice it. This particular 7-mile long Shades of Death Road is located in Warren County, New Jersey, right up snug next to Pennsylvania. Interestingly, the other  Shades of Death is in […]

Bridgewater Triangle, Massachusetts

This area in southern Massachusetts is about 200 square miles and super creepy. It seems to be a hotspot of paranormal activity and unexplained events. The name was originally attributed to the area by the paranormal researcher, Loren Coleman, in his book Mysterious America. The area has a few landmarks of note. Obviously, the rock on […]

The Winchester House of Mystery

Sarah Winchester had some odd reasons for building this chateau-style labyrinthine house in San Jose, California. She was the widow of William Wirt Winchester who was the son of Oliver Winchester, the man who started his career as a clothing manufacturer and then worked his way up to the largest shareholder of the Volcanic Repeating Arms Company which was owned […]

The Red Ghost

No, not the comic book character. This urban legend stems from the United States Camel Corps. Many US citizens and military officials were vying for the usage of camels as military beast of burden. Finally, in the mid-1800s, the military imported 33 camels and the operation was considered to be a success. However, with the […]

31 Days of Horror Movies: Day 13

31 Days of Horror Movies Day 13 | The Conjuring (2013) We talked about this movie on day 4 and day 12 and I felt it was about time it got its own day! I mentioned that this movie has the same producer as Insidious andThe Purge. However, I feel like the most important person […]

31 Days of Horror Movies: Day

31 Days of Horror Movies  Day 10 | Paranormal Activity (2007) We mentioned this movie on day 1 and is certainly an interesting one in terms of the creepy “cannon” (if you will). I watched this movie at a pretty young age, way before I got into horror movies and it terrified me! I didn’t […]

Duval County’s Public School Number Four

Duval County’s Public School Number Four is often referred to by residents of Jacksonville as the “Devil’s School.” It is surrounded by tragic, unconfirmed rumors. Here are the facts: The school was built in 1891 and closed in 1960 with the construction of two interstates, I-95 and I-10, which isolated the school. The building was […]

Eastern State Penitentiary

Eastern State Penitentiary in Philadelphia took ten years to build, starting in the early 1820s, and was one of the most expensive buildings constructed during that time. Prisoners were admitted and abuse-investigations were conducted before the building was even finished. This was partially because in the beginning, regardless of their crime, prisoners were placed in […]