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​​Rockafellas Restaurant & Bar in Salem,…

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​​Rockafellas Restaurant & Bar in Salem,…

​​Rockafellas Restaurant & Bar in Salem, Massachusetts:

Rockafellas #Restaurant & #Bar in #Salem, #Massachusetts was opened in 2003, however the building which houses it is much older. Known by many as the Daniel Low Building, it was originally constructed in 1826 as the fourth meetinghouse for a #Puritan Unitarian #church called Salem’s First Church. It operated under the name of Salem’s First Church until 1923, at which point it was rented out by various businesses, including a jewelry store, banquet hall, #china shop, and several others. Due to a number of secret underground tunnels located beneath the restaurant, many historians also suspect that the old building may have been used as a stopping place on the #UndergroundRailroad by #African slaves fleeing the south during the #American #CivilWar. The #historic building is said to be #haunted by the #spirits of a number of unidentified men and women, including one woman commonly seen wearing a long, blue dress, known as The #BlueLady. According to one popular #GhostStory passed down by locals, the woman was killed by a sailor after it was discovered she had become #pregnant with the man’s child, and her body was buried in one of the old tunnels beneath the restaurant, however no historical evidence is currently available to validate these claims. The story of The Blue Lady has become so well known over the years that employees have even created a #cocktail named after her. Another #apparition often seen by patrons and employees at Rockafellas Restaurant & Bar is that of a somber man wearing a dark suit, who is believed to have been a former minister that committed #suicide during the time when the building was used as a church. Pedestrians walking near Rockafellas Restaurant & Bar late at night also report witnessing strange, glowing #orbs moving around inside the empty building, and hearing the sounds of disembodied voices and screams.

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Source: Ghost Quest USA


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plarabee: Museum of Witchcraft, Boscastle, Cornwall, England -…

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plarabee: Museum of Witchcraft, Boscastle, Cornwall, England -…

plarabee:

Museum of Witchcraft, Boscastle, Cornwall, England – Part 1.

Various images from several trips over to England of the Museum of Witchcraft.

*All photographs taken by myself.

Source: Tales of Necromancy


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Highgate Manor InnHighgate Center, VermontBuilt in 1818 by…

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Highgate Manor InnHighgate Center, VermontBuilt in 1818 by…

Highgate Manor Inn
Highgate Center, Vermont

Built in 1818 by Captain Steve Keyes, the inn was also once used as a stop on the Underground Railroad for runaway slaves. Slaves would enter the house through a tunnel located at the edge of the river and hide in the basement until they could be moved to another location. The tunnel is still in existence to this day.

The mansion was owned by the Keyes family until 1870, when it was sold to Dr. Henry Baxter, who ran his medical office from the house. After several of his children failed to live past the age of ten, rumors ran rampant that Dr. Baxter was experimenting on his own children. The fact that they often died of strange illnesses compounded the rumors. Bloodstains can still be found on the floor of the library, which was once his medical office.

During the Prohibition days, Al Capone was a frequent visitor at the speakeasy that was hidden in the cave-like room in the basement that linked to the underground tunnels. A bar now resides there, named after the famous mobster. During its heyday in the 1940s, Big Bands often played at the vacation resort, including Benny Goodman. If you listen very hard during the darkest hour of the night, you might hear the melody still drifting on the wind.

Prior guests and staff were often startled as doors randomly opened and closed of their own accord,often directly in front of them. The previous owner would often find an old clock that once belonged to Dr. Baxter keeping time, despite the fact that it hadn’t been wound in years. Other guests reported loud banging sounds and footsteps in the middle of the night, something that couldn’t be explained by the light of day. Sadly, the inn was sold at auction in 2015, so visitors will need to wait for their chance to visit the inn.

Source: My Haunted Salem


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glassycloudedeyes:Reading John Keats is so dramatic like who says “darkling” and “I could be…

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glassycloudedeyes:Reading John Keats is so dramatic like who says “darkling” and “I could be…

glassycloudedeyes:

Reading John Keats is so dramatic like who says “darkling” and “I could be martyred for my religion love is my religion” like calm down you’re 4’11”

Look, you’re allowed to be dramatic when dying of consumption! You know Keats would RULE this idiot site if a necromancer brought. him.. back… SHIT. No – no no no – ask someone else to do it. I’m not resurrecting Keats just so he can make shitposts and call out Byron.

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marianas-art-world:rural witches

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marianas-art-world:rural witches

marianas-art-world:

rural witches

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Hey everyone! Happy #Sunday, and I hope you’re all having a great #weekend so far! 👻💕

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Hey everyone! Happy #Sunday, and I hope you’re all having a great #weekend so far! 👻💕

Hey everyone! Happy #Sunday, and I hope you’re all having a great #weekend so far! 👻💕

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