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  MAINE: Kennebunkport Captain Fairfield Inn
Posted by: Richard - 03-31-2017, 06:43 AM - Forum: Ghost2Ghost Haunted Locations and Stories - No Replies

   

MAINE: Kennebunkport Captain Fairfield Inn

. This Federal-style mansion is haunted by the ghost of Captain James Fairfield, who was captured and imprisoned by the British during the War of 1812. After he was released in 1815, he settled in Kennebunkport with his wife, Lois, and built this house. He died of pneumonia just five years later, at the age of 38. During restoration of this bed and breakfast inn, Fairfield’s ghost was seen hovering in a dark corner of the basement, and guests have reported sensing Fairfield’s affable presence in their rooms. (The captain’s portrait may be viewed at the Brick Store Museum, 117 Main Street, Kennebunk, ME 04043. Captain Fairfield Inn, P.O. Box 1308, Kennebunkport, ME 04046. Phone: 207-967-4454.)

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  MARYLAND: Baltimore USF Constellation
Posted by: Richard - 03-31-2017, 06:38 AM - Forum: Ghost2Ghost Haunted Locations and Stories - No Replies





MARYLAND: Baltimore USF Constellation
 

. This proud frigate is haunted by three ghosts from the early 1800s. One is a sailor in an old naval uniform who is sighted on the Forecastle Deck. His appearances are so regular, that Navy Commander Brougham was able to take a photograph of him in December 1955. The second ghost is sailor Neil Harvey, sometimes seen on the Orlop Deck, below the main deck. He was strapped to a ship's gun and blown to pieces for falling asleep on watch in 1799. His uniformed apparition appeared to a Catholic priest touring the ship in 1964. The third ghost is the captain who ordered Harvey's grisly execution, Captain Thomas Truxtum. The Constellation is the first ship of the U.S. Navy, and the oldest commissioned warship in the world. It was built as a frigate in 1797 and rebuilt as a sloop of war in 1853. Following a $3.8 million renovation in 1995, the ship ought to be crawling with newly released spirits. (The ship and Constellation Center museum are located on Pier 1, near the corner of Pratt Street and Holiday Street in Baltimore Harbor. USF Constellation, Pier 1, Pratt Steet, Constellation Dock, Baltimore, MD 21202. Phone: 301-539-1797.)

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Thumbs Up SEE HOW SCARY IT GETS
Posted by: Richard - 03-30-2017, 05:29 PM - Forum: Ghost2Ghost EVP and ITC - No Replies

   

This EVP Capture was recorded at the Santa Ana Ca cemetery - The EVP voice is of a young boy in the background.


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  14th Street Riverside CA
Posted by: Richard - 03-30-2017, 05:23 PM - Forum: Ghost2Ghost EVP and ITC - No Replies

   

The EVP was recorded at the 14th Street Cemetery in Riverside CA - The EVP voice says YOU CAN SEE US


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Shocked I'll Return
Posted by: Richard - 03-30-2017, 08:44 AM - Forum: Ghost2Ghost EVP and ITC - No Replies

   

This EVP was recorded by Kris - The EVP is a male EVP voice - Kris asks DO YOU WISH CONTACT BY US?  - The EVP voice answers - I'LL RETURN.  Shy



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Shocked Ashland John Stone's Inn
Posted by: Richard - 03-30-2017, 12:24 AM - Forum: Ghost2Ghost Haunted Locations and Stories - No Replies

   
Ashland John Stone's Inn

. The sign over the entrance to this 164-year-old pub offers "spirits, food and lodging," but it is not until you see Captain John Stone's picture staring down from above the bar, that you know about which kind of spirits they are talking. Daniel Webster gave speeches here, and there are secret rooms that served as hiding places for runaway slaves, but the inn's greatest claim to fame are the ghosts walking its halls. The apparition of a 10-year-old girl is often reported staring out a window in a storage room near the kitchen, and an invisible intruder likes to put his hands around the necks of customers in the dining room. Near an ice machine in the cellar, several employees have felt an unseen presence tapping them on the shoulder or holding their hands under the ice when they try to fill buckets. Other manifestations include glhappyes flying across the dining room, cups falling off shelves for no reason, and mysterious $10 bills materializing in a tip jar. In 1984, investigators held two televised séances in an upstairs lounge in front of 150 witnesses. They claimed to have contacted the spirits of a little girl, a woman innkeeper, and yes, old Captain Stone himself. (In Middlesex County, take the Framingham exit off Hwy 90 and follow Hwy 135 for 5 miles west to the town. John Stone's Inn, 179 Main Street, Ashland, MA, 01721. Phone: 508-881-1778.)

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  Marshall The National House Inn
Posted by: Richard - 03-30-2017, 12:21 AM - Forum: Ghost2Ghost Haunted Locations and Stories - No Replies

   
MICHIGAN: Marshall The National House Inn

This brick inn was built as a stagecoach stop in 1835 by Andrew Mann. A secret chamber in the basement indicates it was used as a stop on the Underground Railroad before the Civil War. After 1878, the building became a windmill and later was used as a wagon factory. In the 1920s, the hidden room in the basement was used for the sale and consumption of liquor during Prohibition. After that, the building was converted into apartments. In 1976, the building was completely restored and furnished with antiques. That was when the ghost of a Lady in Red began roaming the halls. With the diverse history of this building, no one has yet hazarded a guess as to who the revenant might be. (The town of Marshall is 20 miles east of Battle Creek near I-94. The 16-room inn is on Fountain Circle Park and overlooks the downtown area.

The National House Inn, 102 South Parkview, Marshall, MI 49068. Phone: 616-781-7374.)

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  Minneapolis Guthrie Theater
Posted by: Richard - 03-30-2017, 12:18 AM - Forum: Ghost2Ghost Haunted Locations and Stories - No Replies

   
MINNESOTA: Minneapolis Guthrie Theater
 

. This old opera house is haunted by the ghost of one of its former ushers. Richard Miller was an awkward English boy with few friends, when he worked here in the late 1960s. He attended the University of Minnesota, but never seemed to be accepted by the other students there. Just like in high school, he gained a reputation for being something of a nerd. The taunting and loneliness slowly took its toll. On Saturday, February 5, 1967, he strolled into a Sear store, purchased a surplus Mauser rife and shells, and went back to his car in the parking lot. There, the 18-year-old boy put the gun to his head and pulled the trigger. He body was not discovered until the following Monday. He was still wearing his Guthrie Theater usher’s uniform. Within weeks of his suicide, patrons in Row 18, part of the area happyigned to Miller, began complaining of an usher constantly walking back and forth. They described Miller down to the large mole on his cheek. Since then, dozens of patrons, employees, ushers, actors, singers, and custodians at the theater have seen young Richard Miller walking slowly up and down the aisle in Row 18, in the Catwalks, or in an exclusive section of seats called the Queen’s Box. The ghost would follow witnesses with his eyes or head but never spoke or made any sound. An exorcism performed in 1994 supposedly placated his restless spirit. (Richard Miller attended Edina Morningside School in Minneapolis and lived in Territorial Hall at the university. His body was found in the parking lot of the Sears on Lake Street. He is buried at Fort Snelling National Cemetery. The theater is opposite the Sculpture Garden in the Loring Park area of southwest Minneapolis. Guthrie Theater, 725 Vineland Place, Minneapolis, MN 55403. Phone: 612-377-2224.)

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Bug Tupelo Seven Theater
Posted by: Richard - 03-30-2017, 12:10 AM - Forum: Ghost2Ghost Haunted Locations and Stories - No Replies





MISSISSIPPI: Tupelo

Tupelo Seven Theater. A strange presence that laughs, mumbles, coughs, and makes weird noises chases employees of this modern movie theater. Most of the activity occurs in the first two auditoriums, built in the 1960s. Witnesses say the unidentified ghost haunts the projection booths, third row seats, and the stage area in the theaters. (Tupelo is in northeastern Mississippi, at the junction of U.S. Hwys 45 and 78. The movie house is on Cliff Gookin Boulevard, Tupelo, MS 38802.)

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Big Grin Moundsville Penitentiary
Posted by: Richard - 03-30-2017, 12:07 AM - Forum: Ghost2Ghost Haunted Locations and Stories - No Replies





Moundsville Penitentiary

During its more than 100 years in operation, the Moundsville Penitentiary in West Virginia was one of America's most violent correctional facilities and the final stop for almost 1,000 criminals. The prisoners lived in cramped quarters, which led to riots. Many men were hung or killed in the electric chair, while others were murdered by other prisoners. The prison closed in 1995, but according to some, the tortured spirits are still behind bars and in the bowels of the prison and may be seen or heard on a tour.

    818 Jefferson Ave
    Moundsville, WV 26041 US

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