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Built on the foundation of the former sheriff that was responsible for hanging witches during the infamous Salem witch trials’s house, many reports of hauntings in the house have been reported. The sheriff used an old English law that allowed him to crush a suspected witch with rocks to make him plead guilty or innocent. The man eventually died, but he did so, he “cursed” the sheriff. The sheriff died 5 years later of unknown causes. Candles have mysteriously been taken out of their holders and melted, trash cans have turned over, it is always cold in the corner of one room, alarms are set off for no reason, one guest has seen an elderly ghost sitting by the fireplace, and a picture has been taken of one of the ghosts
This two story pioneer mansion is said to have been built in 1861. Allegedly, the house is haunted by poltergeist that are triggered by the presence of teen-aged girls. In one report, a family with two twelve year old girls spent the weekend at the mansion. It is said that the house creaked all night. The next morning the door to the unoccupied bedroom could not be budged. It was discovered that an extremely heavy Victorian desk that had been in the center of the room was pushed tightly against the door. No human could have done this because there was only one door in the room and the windows were locked from the inside.
Referred as the Westminster Abbey of Arkansas, due to the number of notable persons buried here, there is an abundance of paranormal activity that exists throughout this cemetery in Little Rock.
Significant political figures, including 11 governors, 13 state Supreme Court Justices, 4 U.S. Senators, 4 Confederate Generals, 21 Little Rock mayors and a multitude of other important people of the state of Arkansas are laid to rest here.
Numerous reports of ghostly figures dressed in period-time clothing have been seen, as well as statues moving and showing up on residential lawns nearby.Â Some have even heard a flute echo and seen trinkets left on tombstones disappear.
Built in 1960 by a couple, this three story home is said to be rather strange. After catching her husband in the act with a neighbor, the wife murdered her husband and his mistress; the house was never completed. Though it is located on a riverbank that floods every year, the home has never sustained any water damage. It is said that if one goes to the room where the murders took place, his breathing will become labored. The stained glass windows of the home are also said to glow after midnight.
Originally the Sierra Building
In the 1920’s, this was a small town hospital that cared for the citizens of Turlock, California. According to a recent ghost hunting expedition done by American Paranormal Investigations, it seems that the building still cares for their spirits, though both their bodies and the hospital are long gone.
Built in 1918, The Lillian Collins Hospital was located in what is now the Sierra Building and currently contains Coldwell Banker Endsley & Associates. The hospital was best known for the doctor who created the MedicAlert bracelet when his daughter (who also happened to be the granddaughter of the hospitalâ??s founder) had an allergic reaction to a drug while there in 1953. The hospital, which only had 40 rooms in the two-story building, eventually became too small for the city and was abandoned. In 1994, it was purchased by Bob Endsley and the downstairs was completely remodeled. The upstairs was left the way it was, and local charities used the space to host a haunted house fundraiser. It was during these fundraisers that the odd goings on in the building were first noticed.
While preparing for a haunted house event items would go missing when left alone for only a few moments. Cold breezes, footsteps, unexplained noises, and even unpleasant physical feelings have been reported. The owner of the building has had the motion detectors go off when no one was there. The events coinciding with the annual haunted house fundraisers ceased earlier this decade, but the strange happenings did not. That was when Endsley contacted API.
The investigation, which included video, photography, psychics, Electronic Voice Phenomena recordings, as well as a group whose purpose was to find logical causes for some of the stranger things discovered, came away with plenty of evidence that the hospital was still up and running on the second floor.
On video, they asked a spirit to come closer to their electro-magnetic field device. The EMF device recorded a dramatic spike in its levels. Geiger counter readings flared and diminished within moments and without the investigator moving.
Each and every photo captured orbs, or balls of light, somewhere on the photograph. But the truly amazing piece of evidence is the 11 second recording of a beautiful voice singing a French lullaby. The investigator was alone at the time. This recording is one of the longest pieces of EVP ever to be captured.
Other EVPs recorded were of female and male voices talking to each other, as well as male voices communicating with the investigators. One of the investigators said that the sounds on the tape remind him of what heâ??d expect from a 1920’s hospital.
Dark, human shaped masses were seen floating throughout the building and some investigators felt nauseated while on the second floor, feeling better when they returned downstairs.
The investigators sent to unmask the ghosts were only able to explain away the cold breezes as drafts from windows. The rest seem to be of truly supernatural origins.
This cemetery is haunted by a phantom dog with eyes of glowing fire. If one walks around the cemetery after dark, he will be chased by the dog. The dog will continue chasing its prey until the person reaches his vehicle or exits the cemetery.