Navajo County Courthouse Ghosts

September 21st, 2013 - Category: Real Haunted Places
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Holbrook, Arizona is located east of Flagstaff and was founded in 1881. It is the county seat for Navajo County which was known for its railroad, lumber, farm and ranch businesses as well as trade with the Indians. In 1898 a new courthouse was built and was used until 1976. Today a lot of people will tell you stories about Holbrook’s wild past as well as about the Navajo County Courthouse ghosts. Holbrook was what you would typically consider a Wild West town. The town had an interesting mix of people including cowboys, Indians, miners, those seeking adventures and their fortune’s in the west and of course those of the criminal variety. It also came with the typical brothels, saloons, and gambling houses. When theRead More…

Paranormal Interview: Katrina Weidman

September 2nd, 2013 - Category: Paranormal Interviews
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Most will remember Katrina Weidman from the TV show Paranormal State. She went to Penn State and joined the paranormal group in 2006 and became an investigator. She has now graduated and still staying close to the paranormal. You can find her on TV again on Chiller.TV’s “Real Fear: The Truth Behind More Movies” airing Sept. 6th, 2013! We are grateful for her taking the time to interview with us and sharing her thoughts and experiences.   Ghost Eyes: What made you interested in the paranormal to start with? Katrina: I have to give that credit to growing up in haunted houses. Once you have had experiences, especially at a young age, it never really leaves you. I wanted to know what caused the activity,Read More…

Robert the Haunted Doll

August 2nd, 2013 - Category: Real Haunted Places
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We all had imaginary friends, favorite toys or a special doll growing up. The Otto’s son Robert was no different except his doll came from a Haitian servant versed in the art of Voodoo. This doll became Robert the haunted doll now on display at the Fort East Martello Museum in Key West, Florida. The Otto’s were a wealthy family with many servants but records show they were sometimes abusive to them. A Haitian servant was hired to take care of their young son Robert Eugene Otto. The story goes Mrs. Otto caught this Haitian servant practicing her magic in the back yard one day and fired her. Before she left she gave Robert a straw filled three foot tall doll, button for eyes andRead More…

The Cavalier Hotel Ghosts

July 29th, 2013 - Category: Real Haunted Places
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“The 1920s in the United States, called “roaring” because of the exuberant, freewheeling popular culture of the decade. The Roaring Twenties was a time when many people defied Prohibition, indulged in new styles of dancing and dressing, and rejected many traditional moral standards.” – Dictionary.com Virginia Beach, Virginia was no different and in 1926, when construction began on The Cavalier Hotel. 13 months later, the hotel was finished. Using, at the time, the most bricks in Virginia history (500,000+) and sitting on 350 total acres (290 was a golf course), the Cavalier Hotel was the model of quality and style befitting the 1920’s. Only two years later, the Cavalier Beach Club opened and over the next 30 years was the club to be at featuringRead More…