Category : Real Haunted Places

The Moore Theatre Ghosts

Built in 1907 the Moore Theatre is the oldest active theater in Seattle. The Moore played host to performers including the likes of Sarah Bernhardt and Marie Dressler. It also housed great music concerts, lectures, boxing events and even revival meetings. Currently operated by the Seattle Theatre Group but the Moore Theatre ghosts may still be in

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The Haunted Carmel Mission

The history of Carmel Mission starts on June 3, 1770, when an expedition lead by Don gasper De Portola and Father Junipero Serra, established a mission in Alta California and named it the Mission San Carlos Borromeo. The Mission’s site sarted near the Monterey Presidio beside the Bay of Monterey. Fr. Serra worked for the Mission

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Haunted Old Wheeler Hotel

In 1911, The Pacific Railway & Navigation Company finished a link from the town of Wheeler, Oregon to Portland. The town was thriving economically due mainly because of the Tillamook Forest and the old timber it provided. The lumber and shingle mills of Wheeler transported wood products to Portland enough to support two hotels, the

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Five Most Haunted Places in Texas

From the beaches to the prairie to the Space Center, you can find it all in Texas. Oh yeah, can’t leave out football in the Lone Star state. Dwight David Eisenhower and Lyndon Baines Johnson were born in Texas, John F Kennedy died there. It is named for the Caddo Indians who called their group

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