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Peddler's Rock is haunted by the apparition of a dog. This dog has been dead over 200 years. People say you can still hear the dog howling on cold winter nights.
The creek is haunted by a ghostly dog. The dog has been seen walking along the creek. The ghostly dog has been seen since the 1920's. People believe the dog belonged to an old fisherman. The man always took his dog with him when he went fishing. The dog and man would play together at the creek. The man would through a stick for the dog to fetch. People believe that the dog is waiting for his owner.
A ghostly entity has been captured on a camera at this house. People have seen ghostly apparitions.
Laughing and pushing...Near the battle site Antietam there is a stretch of road that leads out of Boonsboro and towards several Civil War battle sites. If you drive your vehicle to the base of the steep hill and put your vehicle in neutral the ghosts of Confederate army men will push your vehicle back up the slight incline towards Boonsboro. It is said they are pushing cannons and artillery pieces. Sometimes you can hear laughter from the woods.
Once magnificent. Now in sad disrepair.The Tait House sits today in total disrepair, and it has been this way for more than a decade. It was once a magnificent house. It has fallen into a place that children come to scare themselves. The brave children go inside the old house to check it out because it is rumored to be haunted.
A young woman who was one of the Tait daughters haunts the house. Her father did not approved of the man that she was in love with and he would not allow them to marry. There is an old trap door that leads from the basement to a tunnel. The tunnel ran about 30 feet to an icehouse; the tunnel has now partially collapsed.
On guard!Reports of horrible nightmares, apparitions, feelings for a mischievous presence.
Added insult to injury.This ghost story goes back to the days of the slave trade. Slaves were brought to The Brokerage, an area where slaves were sold at Auction in Baltimore's harbor. The Brokerage is the site were the auction house was located. Numerous slaves were sold on this spot, probably thousands.
This is a house full of oddities.There is a house located on Belcrest Road that is reportedly haunted. One evening, one of the children who lived in the house was awakened by a noise in her room. When she opened her eyes she saw a ghostly man standing near her closet; he walked over to her and tried to hold her hand to calm her down. She screamed and yelled for her mother.
An old broken heart never healed.The sorrow of a broken heart.
An old farmhouse has recent ghostsThis house is reportedly haunted. People have seen apparitions and have heard strange noises. Doors open and close by themselves. Turns out that two previous owners have died in this house. Rosie Counselman committed suicide in 1969, and Jack Peyton perished in 1976. People believe that these poor souls are still haunting this house.
Located on the Kittatinny Ridge at the border between Lehigh and Carbon county, Bake Oven Knob is a rocky outcrop on the mountain.Located on the Kittatinny Ridge at the border between Lehigh and Carbon county, Bake Oven Knob is a rocky outcrop on the mountain. According to many sources there are odd occurrences in the surrounding forest. Noises and whispers are common and rumored to be the spirit of a hiker who fell off the rocks. At some points people have even reported the forest getting extremely dark even just a few feet in while it is still light out.
The tavern is over 100 years old and had been frequented by travelers.The tavern is over 100 years old and had been frequented by travelers. It is said to be haunted by a former employee from the 18th or 19th century. This spirit apparently "likes to move the bed and other objects in one of the upstairs bedrooms." Other hauntings are said to be present, but of unknown origin.
The persistent blood stain of a suicidal Confederate soldierA Confederate soldier who reportedly committed suicide in the house haunts the Stanardsville Inn. He killed himself after he learned that his wife was unfaithful with a Yankee soldier following the Battle of Stanardsville.
Soudns of pool and phantom footstepsThis fire station is known to be haunted a ghostly spirit who likes to play pool. The sounds of someone playing pool are often heard here.Gho
creepy boarded up hospital looking buildingI posted a forum pertaining to this place. [I guess I messed up]
But there is a whole lot of creepiness in the basement and especially the 2nd floor.
- Luficer -- 9 Dec 2015 -- A group of ten met in Ellicott City for fresh-roasted coffee, dessert and exploration of various spiritual topics. Details
- Thistle Mill at Ilchester, Md. -- 4 Nov 2015 -- Quick jaunt to site of infamous paperworks, spirit sightings, gruesome deaths, poisonous chemicals, strange goings-on, long dark interest. Numerous photos of the now demolished (and excavated) mill and surrounding area. Liz' rods were wildly communicative (as usual), this time with a spirit identifying itself as "BZZ". We wonder if this was the suicidal Robert Buzzard identified by Lonster in his investigations of the mill. See the old report in EGQ1