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Tattered Fabric: Fall River's Lizzie Borden - Musings, reflections and sharing on this enduring fascination. - A blog dedicated to the unsolved murders.
The Association for Gravestone Studies - AGS is a 501(c)(3) nonprofit organization. Our mission is to foster appreciation of the cultural significance of gravestones and burial grounds through their study and preservation.
The Atlantic Paranormal Society - TAPS brings decades of expierence in investigating with its pioneering equipment and techniques that has changed the field of paranormal investigating.
The Bell Witch Web Site - The Bell Witch Web Site is dedicated to preserving and celebrating the legend of Tennessee’s infamous "Bell Witch" by presenting useful and well-researched information pertaining to the John Bell family and their "visitor." The site's owner feels that "disinformation" regarding the legend is abundant, and that you, the reader, deserve a historically-accurate account of this fascinating legend, absent the elements of myth, assumption, and "hocus pocus." You are not being asked to believe anything, but only to review the information and draw your own conclusion.
The Birth and Death of Spirit Photography - On this tour, we going to go back to 1861. Here we see Mr. William Mumler working as a jewelry engraver in Boston. He leaves his post for the day and goes home for dinner. After dinner is over, he enters his make shift studio where he dabbles about with photography.
The Ghost and Mr. Mumler - The well-known photograph of Mary Todd Lincoln with her husband's 'ghost' behind her was only one of many hoaxes perpetuated by photographer William Mumler.
The Ghost Club - The Ghost Club is the oldest organisation in the world associated with psychical research. It was founded in 1862 but has its roots in Cambridge University where, in 1855, fellows at Trinity College began to discuss ghosts and psychic phenomena.
The Ghost Database - The purpose of this website is to be an encyclopedia of hauntings and other paranormal phenomena, looking from the perspective of an open-minded sceptic. The Ghost Database is the place to find all you need to know about Ghost Stories, Spooky Tales, Paranormal Investigations & Haunted locations.
The Ghost of Flight 401 (TV 1978) - YouTube - An aircraft crashes in the Florida Everglades, killing 101 passengers. After the wreckage is removed, salvageable parts from the plane are used to repair oth...
The Ghost of Flight 401 (TV Movie 1978) - IMDb - Directed by Steven Hilliard Stern. With Ernest Borgnine, Gary Lockwood, Tina Chen, Kim Basinger. An aircraft crashes in the Florida Everglades, killing 103 passengers. After the wreckage is removed, salvageable parts from the plane are used to repair other aircraft. Soon passengers and crew on those aircraft report seeing what they believe to be the ghost of the wrecked airplane's flight engineer.
The Ghost of Flight 401: Mystery Files - The Flight Engineer turned to the Second Officer and said "You don't need to worry about the pre-flight, I've already done it". The Second Officer became alarmed - He realised that the Flight Engineer he was speaking to was dead! - He had crashed on Flight 401
The Haunted Internet - The Haunted Internet is your one-stop resource for all things ghost. It was created by a ghost lover, believer, truth-seeker and writer. The site is continually growing, which means its always under construction. Expect a few growing pains, but also a lot of new content!
THE HAUNTED ROGERS HOUSE - The official website for the Haunted Rogers House, in Rogers, Ohio.
The History of the Twin City Opera House (McConnelsville, Ohio) - YouTube - Video documentary of the history of the 1890 Twin City Opera House. 2011 version with newly added video. You can own a HIGH QUALITY copy of this video by ord...
The Lizzie Borden Trial or The Lizzie Borden Case - Primary documents (including trial and inquest testimony), images, maps, links, and other materials relating to Lizzie Borden trial of 1893. Site also includes an original narrative account of the case and trial.
The Mumler Mystery: A Gallery of Spirit Photography from The American Museum of Photography - Spiritualism in America--and more specifically, spirit photography-- was taken to court in New York City in 1869. The case: a preliminary hearing for William H. Mumler, who was charged with fraud for selling photographs that he claimed included images of ghosts or spirits. Testimony and arguments lasted for seven days. On Mumler's side, witnesses included a prominent former judge who was also a spiritualist. Among the opposing witnesses were several photographers who explained how the same effects could be achieved by darkroom tricks, and P. T. Barnum--who said he purchased some of Mumler's photographs to exhibit them in his museum as specimens of humbug.
The Night Watchman Chronicles - He waits in the shadows - in the doorways on the street, in the dark corners of your home, over your shoulder, in the recesses of your mind - anywhere that darkness dominates. You will never see his face, but you will hear his voice as he examines all things that are possible and semmingly improssible in the world of the unknown. He's the Night Watchman and these are his chronicles.
The Official Website of Arlington National Cemetery - The Official Website of Arlington National Cemetery. Welcome to Arlington National Cemetery, our Nation's most hallowed ground. This historic cemetery bears witness to our American heritage and the military service and sacrifice of men and women in uniform throughout our history.
The Paranormal Database - The Paranormal Database is an online guidebook to hauntings, ghost sightings, cryptozoology, ABCs, mythology, legends and other supernatural and fortean occurrences reported in Great Britain, listed by region.
The Silent Witness - Appomattox Court House National Historical Park (U.S. National Park Service) - Information on the "Silent Witness" Doll. This doll witnessed the surrender of General Lee to General Grant.
The Strange Case of William Mumler, Spirit Photographer - Louis Kaplan - Google Books - In the 1860s, William Mumler photographed ghostse"or so he claimed. Faint imagesof the dearly departed lurked in the background with the living, like his well-known photo of the recently assassinated Abraham Lincoln comforting Mary Todd. The practice came to be known as spirit photography, and some believed Mumler was channeling the dead. Skeptics, however, called it a fraudulent trick on the gullible, taking advantage of the grieving at a time of suffering and loss. Mumlere(tm)s insistence that his work brought back the dead led to a sensational trial in 1869 that was the talk of the nation.
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