Maryland Ghosts & Spirits


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Conowingo Dam

A huge reservoir submerged Conowingo.

The Conowingo Dam was built in 1928. It began commercial operation by harnessing the power of the Susquehanna River and producing electricity. During its construction people came to watch the last of the big gates closed to collect the water behind the dam. The spectators watched trapped water began forming a 9,000-acre lake. The water spread over the land and over rooftops of a village of thirty to forty homes condemned to the water. That town was called Conowingo.

Soldier on Route 100

Ghostly soldier, forever on patrol

People have reported seeing a ghostly soldier walking along Route 100. The figure's dress appears older than Civil War type uniform and may date to the Revolutionary War. When passersby stop to talk, the figure disappears.

Big Liz


    part of Greenbrier Swamp

Remember, she hates men.

Around the start of the our American Revolutionary War is when this started. In Dorchester County just a few miles outside of Cambridge down Bucktown Road. To what was known as the Bucktown Plantation that was near and around an area known as the Greenbrier Swamp.

The owner of the Plantation was a very hard man that loved his money. As the war was starting he feared that the British or someone may come and take his money. He had several slaves who worked on the Plantation, one of these slaves was a large woman that was called Big Liz.

Mason House

Haunted Bed & Breakfast in Bentonsport, IA

Built in 1846, and originally called the Ashland House, the property was owned by William Robinson. The Ashland House was built as a hotel for steamboat travelers on the Des Moines river by Morman craftsmen. In 1857 the house was purchased by Lewis Mason and changed its name to the Phoenix Hotel, but was known locally as the Mason House. The house served as a temporary hospital for injured Civil War soldiers and was also part of the Underground Railroad. The house and its grounds are said to be haunted by the spirits of slaves that died before reaching freedom and the soldiers who's lives were claimed while the house was a hospital.

Elmherst Blvd.

A long, desolate road winds for three miles and ends at a small circle.

A long, desolate road winds for three miles and ends at a small circle. Local legend holds that anyone driving around the circle three times will soon encounter "a large truck, which comes out of no where" and gives chase. Apparently people have crashed badly in flight, so beware.

Gunston Hall Plantation

An old plantation house may be haunted by George Mason's ghost

The house was built between 1755 and 1760. The home belonged to George Mason who was born in 1725 and is known as a generally important person who influenced the development of our government.

Morgan State Morgue


    part of morgan state university

creepy boarded up hospital looking building

I 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.

Offutt (Andrew) Family Cemetery

Magruder Family Cemetery

Jack's Restaurant

Albert Pike Memorial

Hudson Cemetery

Fiddler's Green

Suva Intermediate School

The Grey Whale Inn


    part of Fort Bragg

Old Gilroy Hotel

Wattles Mansion

KEA Milling

Near Central Avenue

Wildwood High Lands

Slonaker Elementary School

Scicon School of Conservation

Stevenson Ranch

Drum Barracks

Griswold School

Oaks Park

Archives

Dunklee Hall


    part of University of Denver Lamont School of Music

Bethesda Rd.

Soccer Field

Industrial Junior High

Horn/Knapp Hall


    part of Texas Tech University

Hamilton Hospital

Bessie Haynes Elementary

Jake's Hill Rd.

Job Corps

Horseshoe Bend

Orange Blossom Trail

Solen High School

Jefferson Correctional Institution

Cline School

Concord Middle School

Construction Room


    part of Jordan Vocational High School

Carver Mill Bridge

Joyce Building

Loyola University Chicago

Kaskaskia

Talcott Hall


    part of Rockford College

Area 51 (Dance Club)

Oakridge Cemetery

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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