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Usually when people think of ghosts, they imagine a disturbing presence that harasses and makes the lives of the living more difficult. But, in the case of the Greenbrier Ghost of the late 1800s, the ghost helped solve a West Virginia murderâ??the very murder that created the ghost.
Located in Fall River, MA., the Lizzy Borden house was the sight of the infamous double axe murderers of Lizzy Borden's father, Andrew, and her stepmom, Abby, on August 4, 1892.Â Although Lizzy was the prime suspect for the crimes committed, she was acquitted in 1893 and to this day no one has been convicted for the murders.
The 150 year-old building that houses the Double Eagle Restaurant has an illustrious history. It was where the treaty that ended the Mexican-American war in 1848 was signed, where Billy the Kid was incarcerated, and where the lovers Armando and Inez lived, died, and haunt to this day.
During the Tulsa Race Riots, many African Americans were hanged here. It is said that if one takes his car to this road and put its in neutral, it will climb the hill. It is said that the people hanged during the riots are the force pushing the car.
Many years ago, mentally handicapped woman entered the building, climbed several flights of stairs, and jumped to her death. Today, her moans are still heard.
Presently the site of East McDowell Jr. High, an orphanage once stood on these grounds. One night, the orphanage was set ablaze. Everyone escaped safely, but six small children returned to the inferno to save their pets. Only three of the six survived. It is said that if one stands on the tennis courts of the school around midnight, the screeching of burning animals and children may be heard.