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The Dibbuk Box

The Dibbuk Box (pronounced Di-bik) has been called the “world’s most haunted object.” And, those who come in to contact with it wish they hadn’t. The word dibbuk comes from a Hebrew word meaning “cling.” According to Hebrew tradition, a dibbuk is an evil spirit that...

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The Unsolved Murder of Sammie Dean

Jerome, Arizona was a popular and bustling mining town in the 1920's and 1930's. It was nicknamed “The Wickedest Town in America”, because of its reputation for attracting prostitutes, alcoholics, and gamblers. And it was a reputation that was well-earned. Because of...

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Catacombs of Baltimore

Westminster Hall and Burial Grounds 509 W. Fayette Street (SE corner of Fayette & Greene St.) Baltimore, Maryland Three long stem roses and a bottle of Cognac. That is what a mysterious stranger has left at the grave of famed writer Edgar Alan Poe in the gothic...

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The Ghosts of Flight 401

As one of the most notorious cases of paranormal activity, the stories about the ghosts of flight 401 have more credibility than most and are often used as proof for the existence of ghosts. While a haunted airplane doesn't fit the typical description of a spooky...

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Destitute Cemetery of Guatemala

There’s a cemetery in Guatemala City, Guatemala that has been named one of the five scariest places in the world. Known as the Destitute Cemetery, the poorest residents have to bury their dead here. The city ran out of room for proper burial. What makes this place so...

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Union Cemetery

Jct Route 39 and 136 Easton Connecticut For over 400 years, the Union Cemetery has been the final resting place for soldiers, vagrants, criminals, and law abiding citizens. That's a long time. So, it's no wonder many ghosts still hang around. The Easton site has been...

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