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Woodland Grand Theater

Grand Rapids, Michigan, United States

Long ago in this theater, a man named George and his dog would come and see a movie in theater three every week. When George died of a heart attack, he and his dog continued to frequent the theater. It has been said that George was seen in the projection booth and that he would turn lights on and off. Others have reported hearing his dog bark loudly. Though the theater is now torn down, there have been reports of a ghost dog walking around the site.

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Chester, England

Chester was one of the most important garrison towns for the Roman army during the Roman Conquests. Today, Roman soldiers are seen marching through the town, en route to fight the Celts. Countless workmen have reportedly seen apparitions of former residents while renovating houses.

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Bloods Point Road

Cherry Valley, Illinois, United States

If one travels on this road toward the cemetery, he will notice a bridge just above the train tracks. Once, a school bus filled with children flew off the bridge, killing all the passengers. Today, if a car is put in neutral on this spot, it will be mysteriously pushed across the bridge. There is also a traffic light in the area that seems to change locations. In the cemetery many have seen a ghost and heard whistling.

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St. Mark’s Episcopal Church

Cheyenne, United States, Wyoming

Dating back to 1868 for the construction of the main church, and then in 1869 for the grand bell tower, it was not until 1927 that the church was fully complete. During the 1869 beginning construction of the bell tower, two Swedish masons working on it mysterious disappeared.

The tower was finally started again and finished in 1927.  Masons reported hearing the sounds of hammering and muffled words through the stone walls, which halted the construction several times.  This prompted the masons to build the ghost (of which they were hearing) a room to itself.

It turns out, as the story goes, that in 1966 an old man confessed to the present rector of the church, that when he was younger he was hired along with another to work on the bell tower. The other mason slipped and fell to his death, the old man panicked and decided to stuff the body into an unfinished section of the wall, seal the body in and fled.

Today, the Bell Tower is supposedly haunted by two spirits, the mason buried in the wall and by Father Rafter, a former church rector.

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National Hotel

California, Jamestown, United States

It is reported that this hotel is frequented by apparitions of the female persuasion. One woman reports that while having dinner at the restaurant, she was constantly kicked in the leg, though no one was at the table with her. She also reported there being a loud crash just a few minutes later in the kitchen. After the crash, she felt a breeze rush past her as the doors behind her swung open and closed again. It is reported that employees will confirm many of the strange occurrences.

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Rio Grande Train Depot

Salt Lake City, United States, Utah

Built in 1910 and in operation from 1910-1947, the Rio Grande Train Depot (which is now the home of the Utah State Historical Society) is known for a few hauntings and apparitions.

“The Purple Lady” tale, the most popular, is an account of a young woman killed by the train.  Legend has it that she was meeting her fiance at the train station before he left for war.  They got into a spat and the gentleman called the engagement off, and threw the engagement ring onto the train tracks.  The woman jumped onto the train tracks to retrieve it, and was struck by the train.

People have seen her around the cafe, near the north side of the depot. She is said to have black hair and is wearing a long, purple sequin dress.

Another ghost that looms about the depot is known as the “tunnel ghost.”  Apparently he was killed during construction of a tunnel between the depot and power plant nearby.


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