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Red Apple Inn & Restaurant in Wayne, Michigan:The Red…

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Red Apple Inn & Restaurant in Wayne, Michigan:The Red…

Red Apple Inn & Restaurant in Wayne, Michigan:

The Red Apple #Inn in #Wayne, #Michigan was constructed in 1972 over the site of a lumberyard that had previously burned down. According to one popular #UrbanLegend told by locals, Room 17 is said to be haunted by the #spirit of a man who was shot to #death by a former #waitress during the 1980’s after refusing to leave a tip at the #bar, however no record of a #murder or any similar #crime happening at this location exist to confirm these claims. Many staying at the Red Apple Inn have allegedly reported experiencing a variety of unexplained #paranormal phenomena, such as objects being misplaced, rearranged, or moved around by an unseen #entity, lights flickering or turning on and off by themselves, or feeling sudden unexplained cold spots and chills. In spite of these claims however, very few firsthand accounts from employees or guests are currently available for reference, and many argue that stories of a #ghost #haunting Room 17 are nothing more than rumors. Despite this, #GhostHunters still frequently request to stay in Room 17 to conduct paranormal investigations, especially during the #Halloween season.

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Source: Ghost Quest USA


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theladyvampire-deactivated20200:Book of Magical Charms (17th cent.)This work, penned in England by…

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theladyvampire-deactivated20200:Book of Magical Charms (17th cent.)This work, penned in England by…

theladyvampire-deactivated20200:

Book of Magical Charms (17th cent.)

This work, penned in England by an unknown author, is a distinctive collection of selected passages from works on magic and various occult arts that describe everything from speaking with spirits, to cheating at dice, to curing a toothache. The book also includes a section of Latin prayers, litanies, and other magical charms that seem to stick more closely to mainstream religious practices.

Source: Tales of Necromancy


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The Cornstalk HotelNew Orleans, LouisianaThe Cornstalk Hotel was…

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The Cornstalk HotelNew Orleans, LouisianaThe Cornstalk Hotel was…

The Cornstalk Hotel
New Orleans, Louisiana

The Cornstalk Hotel was the early 1800’s home of Judge Francois Xavier-Martin, first Chief Justice of the Louisiana Supreme Court and author of the first history of Louisiana, where Harriet Beecher Stowe stopped and was inspired to write Uncle Tom’s Cabin from the sights at the nearby slave markets.

Surrounded by a unique and intricate 165 year-old “cornstalk” cast iron fence, it is now a lovely hotel in the Victorian tradition of elegance. The building still functions today as an open hotel.

The stories of ghostly goings on here are rather different from any other location, apparitions of children have been witnessed running and playing all over the house and grounds, as well as the sounds of children laughing and light footsteps in the hall ways when no one’s there.

What makes this location different from any other though is due to the stories of guests who have stayed there. On several occasions people have checked into the hotel with a camera on them, not an uncommon thing to do in a tourist area.

But upon getting the photos developed they have found there to be photos of themselves lying asleep in the bed they stayed in at the hotel. Many people can’t explain this as they were alone at the time of their stay. Maybe the spirits of the children have a passion for photography?

Source: My Haunted Salem


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earthengear-arts:Made a short comic.- – -Like my art? Please buy me a coffee on ko-fi! (Link in my…

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earthengear-arts:Made a short comic.- – -Like my art? Please buy me a coffee on ko-fi! (Link in my…

earthengear-arts:

Made a short comic.

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Like my art? Please buy me a coffee on ko-fi! (Link in my profile) 😀

Source: Tales of Necromancy


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