Arizona – McConnell Hall
324 E. Pine Knoll Dr.
Flagstaff, AZ 86011
Mc Connell Hall is a modern four story building built in 1987. It was refurbished just over ten years ago It is a co-ed dorm and is the only one on this campus with carpet in each room. The story surrounding this building is that the architect of the hall was a perfectionist and insisted that each room should receive at least six minutes of direct sunlight This could have contributed to what is a complicated floor plan. It is shaped like a bio-hazard sign from an aerial view. The crux of the story is the architect found one of the room’s sunlight quota a little off so killed himself
in the building. According to the examiner, students have witnessed strange happenings and report seeing an apparition of a male ghost. Small ghostly children have been seen playing on some floors. Sinks turn on and off and some hear scratching on the walls.
Arizona – Casey Moore’s Oyster House
850 S Ash Ave.
Tempe, AZ 85281
The Phoenix New Times reports that this is popular haunt due to the stories it’s resident ghosts.A favorite involves a woman lived upstairs in the former boarding house and residence built in 1910 and was strangled by a jealous boyfriend. Neighbors have report seeing figures moving around after closing time through the windows of Casey Moore’s second floor (which is now a dining room) longtime manager Michael Loney and co-owner Gavin Rutledge also claim a few ghostly encounters.
Arizona – Vulture Gold Mine
36610 N. 355th Ave,
Wickenburg, AZ 85390
Vulture Gold Mine is a scary place where celebrity paranormal shows and documentaries have been filmed. This is an abandoned 1880s-era former gold prospector’s workplace. Alleged happenings include, thorn rocks
and video and audio recordings.
Arizona -Jerome Grand Hotel
200 Hill St
Jerome, AZ 86331
Phone: (928) 634-8200
This haunted hotel is found in a haunted ghost town. Built in 1927 as the United Verde Hospital, it was where local miners came after suffering gruesome injuries while digging for copper (many of who succumbed to their grievous wounds) or where the insane were brought to be cured of their mental illnesses. After closing in 1950, the building reopened some 47 years later as a vintage hotel where guests have reported scared by visions nurses, cries and screams.
Arizona – Thornton Road Domes
just off of Interstate 8 in Casa Grande
These are abandoned buildings and as such trespassing is against the law. These unusual-looking UFO-shaped concrete structures are located on a five-acre patch of desert terrain off Interstate 8 south of Casa Grande. Vacant since the early ’80s, when a now-defunct California electronics manufacturer constructed the buildings the so-called Thornton Road Domes have become interesting to artists, photographers and those who are interested in the paranormal. Alleged experiences include shadow figures scurrying seen on the property, sound of slamming car doors, throwing rocks, or unearthly screams.
Arizona – Oliver House
26 Sowle Ave.
Bisbee, AZ 85603
Phone: (520) 432-1900
Oliver House is a two-story bed and breakfast which dates back to the early 20th century. According to local lore, the former boarding house has been the site of numerous murders stemming from cases of adultery and philandering spouses. One particularly ghastly story involves a cop who blew away his cheating wife and her paramour in 1920 before going
slaughtering more than a dozen others throughout the building. Over the years, according to the Phoenix New Times, guests at the Oliver House have reported doors and shutters closing, ghostly footsteps in hallways, and sounds of gunshots.
Arizona – Morton Hall, NAU,
224 McMullen Circle
Flagstaff, AZ 86011
In Northern Arizona University, there is a women’s dormitory that is almost one hundred years old and said to be haunted.The ghost is allegedly named Kathy who hanged herself in a stairwell in the early 1950s. There are two supposed reasons for this tale: 1) she was in a fight with her family who disowned her or 2) her boyfriend died in combat. Either way,
according to the Phoenix New Times, paranormal problems include lights flickering, radios and televisions malfunctioning,posters flying off the walls, and blankets being pulled off beds.
Arizona – Birdcage Theatre
517 E Allen St
Tombstone, AZ 85638
The historical Birdcage Theatre was a saloon, gambling den, and brothel where 16 different deadly gunfights happened. According to the Phoenix New Times, the Birdcage is a hotspot for alleged ghost sightings and other unexplainable encounters.
The old gas chamber at the Arizona State Prison Complex
Florence, 1305 E Butte Ave,Florence, AZ 85132
Main Telephone: (520) 868-4011
According to the Arizona Department of Corrections96 death row inmates had been executed by hanging, lethal injection,
or this gas chamber. According to the Phoenix New Times, there are reports of inmates and guards witnessing several
instances of “mists that looked in human form” or hearing “screams and other strange sounds” in the building that houses
the prison’s death chamber or the adjacent cell blocks.
This village/museum sits on 90 acres just North of Phoenix, Arizona and contains approximately 30 buildings on the site. It was officially opened in 1969 and gives the visitor the opportunity to step back in time from 1863-1912. These buildings were rescued from decay and destruction and placed at the museum in an effort to show how life was during that time in our history.
Just a few of the original buildings include the Ashurst Cabin, boyhood home of Arizona’s first Senator, Henry Fountain Ashurst. The original Phoenix Bakery from 1881 is here, also. The Opera House started out as a general store in 1876, and was turned into a theater in 1882, after it was sold. The Flying V Cabin is also located here. It was built circa 1880 and even has notched gun ports for protection against Indian attacks. It was raided during the July 17, 1882 Battle of Big Dry Wash, the last Apache war in the area. In moving these buildings to the museum area, it appears that the spirits have moved with them.
[pullquote align=”left|center|right” textalign=”left|center|right” width=”30%”]There have been several paranormal groups to investigate this location, with each of them reporting strange noises, happenings and recorded EVP’s.[/pullquote] Even though the caretaker of the village swears that he doesn’t believe in ghosts, he has also heard and experienced some strange things that he just cannot explain.
The museum also offers Ghost Tours, with “ghouls” as your guides. They take you to each of the buildings in an effort for you to have your very own unique experience with their resident spirits.
If you are ever in Arizona and want to step back in time to see what a pioneer’s life was like during the day, and what spirits still reside here at night, this is the place for you.
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The Chupacabra…what is it? It has been in the news, again, recently. It is thought to originate in Puerto Rico where the name Chupacabra literally translates to “Goat Sucker”. Many Central and South American Countries have various legends of the Chupacabra, but it became famous in South West Texas with reports of a hairless canine like creature with large jaws and bright blue eyes. Ranchers have discovered, mostly chickens, their livestock dead and drained of blood. Is it the work of the Chupacabra? Although it appears not to be a threat to humans, Ranchers have loaded guns and are waiting for the Chupacabra to attack their livestock. Not only is it not a direct threat to humans, but it is very shy and hides from humans.
The Thunderbird, a Native American legend most notably in Arizona. The next time you are in Southern California and South Western Arizona…you will notice large Vultures circling. Are they Condors? Or are they Pterosaurs? I think a lot of people witness these creatures and subconsciously dismiss them as Turkey Vultures not realizing they are actually looking at a Pterosaurs. Pterosaurs are very large, with wingspans over 20ft+. Some have been witnessed to be as large as a Cessna airplane. Native American tribes hold the Thunderbird in high regard, with an almost god like status…they are almost always on top of totem poles. Is the Thunderbird a Pterosaurs? I think it is highly likely in the Cryptid field.
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|C.S.P.I. was founded by members of a paranormal group who wanted to get back to our basics. Seeking the truth, and helping those in need. We wanted to get back to the reasons we became paranormal investigators. We wanted to help people who have very few places to turn to. We also wanted to try and find answers to one of the oldest questions for many generations. Can the dead communicate with the living? You might think with all the paranormal TV out there it would be easy to get help, but many people still aren’t comfortable with the idea of seeking help for what may or may not be paranormal phenomenon. That is where groups like ours come in. We volunteer our time and resources to try to determine what the cause of these strange happenings may be. It could be a combination of man made or natural occurrences that are coming together in just the right combination, or something that is beyond what is considered “normal.” Our hope is that through the sharing of information and technology in this field we can all find the answers that we all seek. CSPI is Dedicated to the truth…and compassionate for those seeking help…living and dead.|