The Bell Witch Cave

In Adams, Tennessee there is a cave with a tale claiming to be America’s greatest ghost story. The Bell Witch Cave is forty five minutes from The City of Music but holds it’s own as a must-see Tennessee attraction. The tale centers around the Bell family who are tortured by a witch.  Rumor has itContinue reading “The Bell Witch Cave”

Eloise Psychiatric Hospital

In Westland, Michigan there is a former Psychiatric hospital that is so rich with history and paranormal activity there have been television episodes showcasing and even a movie made from the experiences. The infirmary was established in Detroit on March 8, 1832, by a vote of the people. It was established under the name ofContinue reading “Eloise Psychiatric Hospital”

The Amityville Horror Part 2

After the Defeo family murders and Butch Defeo went to prison one would think the house would have stayed empty for years, right? Well, not exactly. In December of 1975, only weeks after Butch Defeo’s conviction, the Lutz family moved into the house on Ocean Drive. The relator that sold them the home did warnContinue reading “The Amityville Horror Part 2”

The Amityville Horror Part 1

THE DEFEO FAMILY MURDER The tragedy and terror surrounding 112 Ocean Avenue Amityville, Long Island began November 13th, 1974 at around 3:15 AM. As the story is often told casually Ronald Defeo Jr (AKA Butch), in a supposed trance after hearing demonic voices, took a .35 caliber rifle and murdered his entire family. His parentsContinue reading “The Amityville Horror Part 1”

432 Abercorn Street

The Legend The legend starts in 1869, when the General Benjamin Wilson moves into his $20,000 home (about $400k our dollars) with his wife and daughter. Shortly after moving in, General Wilson’s wife falls victim to a yellow fever outbreak (stupid mosquitoes) and dies, leaving the General to raise his daughter by himself. The generalContinue reading “432 Abercorn Street”