Maryland Ghosts & Spirits


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Brice House

A premonition then confirmed by post.

Hiding bodies behind brick walls was one of the favorite ways that families of the time hid their murderous deeds. When electricity was installed in the house, workers found a secret staircase. The staircase went from the library to a room down, downstairs. In the stairwell they found the skeleton of a woman. The woman was apparently the family member who had gone insane.

Smith Grove Victorian Bed and Breakfast Inn

Haunted kitchen help.

The house was built in 1875 and is listed on the National Register of Historic Places. The house is located on Main Street, in the heart of the Smith's Grove Historic District.

The old house is known to be haunted by at least one ghost from its past. People have seen a ghostly woman in the kitchen, but no one knows her identity. There is some speculation that she was a guest at one time in the house, who possibly met with foul play.

John Brown's Ghost - Harper's Ferry

John Brown's failed raid left numerous victims and unhappy spirits.

On October 16, 1859, John Brown led a small "army" of five black men and thirteen white men into the village of Harper's Ferry. He carried weapons in a wagon: 200 rifles, 200 pistols and 1,000 pikes. He was bringing weapons to arm the slaves, whom he had planned to lead south along the Appalachians and ultimately destroy the plantations of the south.

Keith Albee Theater

Powder room companion

An overwhelming feeling of a strange presence is reportedly often felt on the stairway to the ladies' room. Upon entering the stairway, a presence is felt. It follows to the powder room, but it does not enter the stalls. Good thing, that.

Yukon Mine #2

Tommyknockers

Used to be an old coal mines here, now ghosts haunt the place every night.

Boone House

Long time teacher lingers on.

The Boone house was known to be haunted by Mrs. Ada O'Donnell Boone. This was her home and she had lived there a long time before she died. She ran a boarding school in the first floor of the house. After she died, people would still see her walking through the house.

Mount Pleasant

An armless pirate and floating slippers make up the ghosts in this mansion.

Jerusalem Mill Area


    part of Jerusalem Mill

The meadow and shore between the Little Gunpowder River and Jerusalem Mill

A mystical location and sister site to Jericho bridge.

Parry Mansion

Butler House

A faceless sighting scares two girls

The abandoned house is haunted by a ghostly old man. One day two girls were playing in the yard when the ghostly old man dressed in black walked next to the girls. The old man did not have a face. The girls were scared. People have heard strange noises in and around this house.

Cabanas / Martini Beach

Bird Cat Gorilla Creature

A white cat ... that isn't quite

A strange creature has been spotted in a wooded Rockville neighborhood. A person heard a dog barking in the back of his house. Investigating, he saw a strange large white cat facing the other direction. He the approached the cat for a better look. The strange creature turned around and looked at him. The man noticed that the creature had extremely large front legs and big paws. The chest of the creature "looked like a gorilla." The creature walked very awkwardly with a gorilla's uneven gate.

Industrial Solvents and Chemical Company

Blue Mist Road

Elias Fry Barn


    part of Knob Hill Park

Horseshoe Curve

Reportedly: Thrice flashing car light inside the tunnel at this curve (and then turning off the car) resultings in audible "laughing and shadows of people walking beside the car.

Reportedly: Thrice flashing car light inside the tunnel at this curve (and then turning off the car) resultings in audible "laughing and shadows of people walking beside the car."

Gakona Lodge and Trading Post

Footsteps; Voices; Tobacco smoke

Bloody Mary's House

Every town has one... in Lawrence, NY it's called Bloody Mary's House.

Every town has one... in Lawrence, NY it's called Bloody Mary's House. The site is what's left of an old brick house or outbuilding of some sort - and there isn't much left. It's basically just a crumbling brick staircase leading down to a dank, musty, cobweb-filled cement-walled chamber with Satanic-style messages scrawled all over the place.
In the 1980's the place had the reputation of being the place where some big bad mojo went down - devil worship and the like.

Gartrell Family Cemetery

Brighton Centennial Church

Pinson United Methodist Church

Rest Stop In Between DeQueen and Horatio

Thompson Creek Trail (east path)

Glendora High School

Old Town San Jaun / Train Tracks

Rancho Palos Verdes


    part of Wayfarers Chapel

Gravity Hill

Lompoc Furniture

Stanislaus College


    part of University of California

Pilot Butte Cemetery

St. Francis Health Center

Memorial Middle School

The Old Navarro Regional Hospital

The Diboll House

Spaghetti Warehouse

Thompson Hall


    part of Texas Tech University

Guntown Cemetery

Edison Road

East Village Cemetery

Dolly Field

Scott Residence Hall

Bradshaw Bridge

Chaminade University

Lake Shelbyvillle Cemetery

Foundation Park

Cahokia Mounds

The Gate

St. Edwards State Park


    part of Bastyr University

Gog-li-hi-ti Wetlands

Western State Lunatic Asylum

Check-ins & Findings +

  • 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

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