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Kirby House Restaurant in Grand Haven, Michigan:The Kirby…

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Kirby House Restaurant in Grand Haven, Michigan:The Kirby…

Kirby House Restaurant in Grand Haven, Michigan:

The Kirby House #Restaurant in Grand Haven, #Michigan was constructed in 1873 as the Kirby House #Hotel. It is said to be #haunted by the #spirit of a young girl whose identity is unknown, but who is referred to as Emily by employees and patrons. Emily’s spectral figure is often seen and heard laughing and playing in different areas of the old restaurant, including the basement, where employees report hearing a disembodied voice calling their names.

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#ghosts #ghosthunters #ghostadventures #ghoststories #paranormal #haunted#hauntedplaces #psychic #paranormalinvestigation #trueghoststories #halloween #horror#occult #supernatural #creepy #spooky #scarystories #weird

Source: Ghost Quest USA


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cryptids-of-the-world: Mandy the Doll is a haunted doll that is…

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cryptids-of-the-world: Mandy the Doll is a haunted doll that is…

cryptids-of-the-world:

Mandy the Doll is a haunted doll that is at the Quesnel and District Museum in British Columbia Canada. Mandy the Doll was once kept in the basement of the house of a woman. The woman donated her after she kept hearing the sound of a crying baby and the window that she kept closing kept opening. After Mandy the Doll was donated to the Quesnel and District Museum, things like pens, lunches, and books started to disappear. She even was blamed for damaging other dolls. The museum staff thought she was just lonely so they gave her a stuffed lamb to keep her company. Electronic devices don’t work around Mandy and she is said to move around in her case.

Source: Tales of Necromancy


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deathandmysticism: Arthur Edward Waite, The Book of Black Magic,…

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deathandmysticism: Arthur Edward Waite, The Book of Black Magic,…

deathandmysticism:

Arthur Edward Waite, The Book of Black Magic, 1898

Source: Tales of Necromancy


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