||Address||526 Pine St
Glenwood Springs, Colorado 81601
Category: Haunted Locations
Whittier, Alaska 99693
The Buckner Building was once the largest building in Alaska but was seriously damaged in the 09/02/1964 Alaska earthquake. It is now just a large, abandoned government building. See short article here.
|Address||20 32nd St. N
Birmingham, Alabama 35222
|Sloss Furnaces is a pig iron factory that opened in 1882 and closed after 90 years in 1970. Claims at the location include: shadow figures, physical touching and disembodied voices. This location does allow private investigations for a fee based on number of people in the party. Please contact the location at the above email for investigation details.|
Founded in 1812 by the Dell Brothers, Newnansville was not incorporated until 1824 and lays northeast of the City of Alachua Florida.
Newnansville was the site of a well-developed nineteenth century village which became the first county seat in Alachua in 1828.
Standing at the junction of several important roads, it prospered as a commercial center for the growing crop industries of the
expanding central Florida frontier. In 1854 the county seat was moved to Gainesville and the town lost population and importance.
When a new railway line was built in 1884, it bypassed the town and Newnansville was totally abandoned by 1890. Today all that survive
are two cemeteries, the remains of a dirt road, and a sign marking its place in Florida history.
It is two hours northwest of Ocala, Fl and quite a beautiful ride through small towns such as Micanopy to larger cities as Gainesville.
Off Rt. 235 stands this historic cemetery that is marked by its’ modern namesaked entrance. Turning down the remaining dirt road that was once
this city you will walk to the entrance gates which stand proud guarding the interred inside.
Although there were some older grave sites, most of this area was that of the newly resting. This is a large cemetery with different sections
that are fenced off from each other and though most would have left I must say if you cut through you will enter a section not fenced but very weeded.
This is the area you would want to see as the statue commemorating the soldiers of the Confederate Army with the names of those buried there would tell us.
There are many lows or holes in the land so be careful if you go after dark. The area police officers are very informative on this cemetery,
and the ones we spoke with were believers of the paranormal and told us this cemetery is one of the most active in the state of Florida
and many teams from Jacksonville Fl. down to south come to investigate. He also noted that due to the large number of farming here there is a heavy population of Haitians in this area. It seems they practice Voodoo right under the Confederate Memorial and the last time the officers were there
they were called to clean up the severed head of a goat that the practitioners left behind and to please be careful. They will tell you who to contact for permission and also ask you let them know you are going should there be any calls of people roaming in the area, however there are no residences in sight.
Make a mental note before you go that a full moon on a Voodoo Sabbath may not be the best time to revisit this area, and bring flashlights as
there are no lights to guided your way. Very out of the way it should still be on your list to probe as the activity is as some say “beyond real”
in this haunted cemetery of days gone by.
125 N. Mulberry Street
Elizabethtown, Kentucky 42701
|Morrison Lodge #76 is a working Masonic Lodge that just happens to have a few spirits that occupy the building as well. Used during the Civil War as a field hospital and to house union prisoners overnight.
There are three confirmed deaths, two women died in the chair of a dentist that rented one room on the first floor of the building. The other was a Lodge member that died from a heart attack at the alter during a ceremony.Morrison Masonic Temple is available for private paranormal investigations at a minimal cost to you and your team. For only $250 your team has the ENTIRE building to yourselves with absolutely NO interference from your hosts. Onsite hosts will provide your team with a complete history of the building and surrounding area, guide you through a tour of the location then….turn you loose to investigate while they stay onsite in a first floor room away from your team so that you can perform an investigation with minimal interference from them.
The Bell Nursing Home in Kimbolton Ohio is a 14000 sq. ft. facility. The original house was built in the 1800s, two large additions have been added since. The building has served as a family home, funeral home, tannery, nursing home, and now offers paranormal tours.
Many that have come to visit and many who have worked there in the past, have reported seeing, hearing, feeling, and smelling things that could not be rationally explained. Visitors have reported hearing a woman scream, hearing footsteps and voices, seeing misty and shadowy figures throughout the building, and much more.
The owners have personally heard footsteps while no one else was in the building, seen lights turn on by themselves, heard doors slam, seen doors open, seen figures in the empty halls, and countless other unexplained occurrences.
The owners have captured photos of figures that were not there, video of movement in empty halls, and audio of people who were not present at the time of the recordings.
Some footage is available on YouTube. Search for the Bell Nursing Home. Other audio recordings are posted on our information site:
We have a Facebook page also, search for the Apparition Commission.
Contact the Apparition Commission for more information, or to schedule a tour or investigation.