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When this area was first being settled, a woman named Thearosa lived near this bridge along with her children. Though the exact details are unclear, Thearosa eventually killed her children and then herself. Today, she haunts the bridge. The weather on the bridge is never the same as anywhere else in town. The bridge has also been set on fire several times; investigations reveal nothing.
The ghosts of public hanging victims haunt this courthouse. Outside around midnight, a rope floating and being pulled in midair is seen. In the basement, one may also hear screams and at times the room becomes so cold, one can feel the presence of despair, fear, and hostility.
During the antebellum period, a slave was caught in the heat of passion with a white female. Consequently, he was taken to an oak tree near Lake Pontchartrain and hanged. If one goes there late at night, he will hear the snapping of the rope and will see a shadow swinging back and forth against the tree.
This cemetery is said to have been built by a Satanic family so that they might have an eternal resting place. In the middle of the cemetery, there are thirteen steps that lead to nowhere. Called the thirteen steps to hell, it is said that once a person walks downs these stairs, they perish instantly. Others, who have barely made it out alive, have reported seeing their spirit in hell at the bottom of the steps. It is reported that one man ran across the cemetery and was scared so badly, that he
The Job Corps initiative is a successful way for young adults who have had a rough start prepare for a smooth future. The Corps will aid you in finishing your education, train you for a job, and give you a place to stay while doing so. The Job Corps in Albuquerque is no different, except that some of those “living” there may have just been there from a time when the building was an orphanage and boys’ school.
This medieval moated castle on the banks of the River Thames is allegedly the site where Sir Lancelot jousted. The castle is reported be haunted by two ladies, one white and one blue. Legend has it that the blue lady was the lover of a knight who was killed in a fight near the foot of the castle. So bereaved, she threw herself off the battlements, falling to her death. She is said to be seen wringing her hands and walking about the battlements. The owner of the castle had inherited the lands of