Added content from our adventure in Tombstone Arizona in March of 2018.
Included are visits to Big Nose Kate's Saloon, Ok Corral, Boothill Cemetery and the Bird Cage Theatre.
Some investigation footage shared from the Bird Cage Theatre.

We travel to Williamson, West Virginia to explore and investigate the Old Hospital on College Hill.
Investigation 07292022

Deep into Hatfield-McCoy Country ..

With the northern blockade so successful, southerners struggled to survive.

As Christmas came around, parents were faced with the harsh reality that
they would not be able to get anything for their children. ..

H. L. Hunley was a submarine of the Confederate States of America that played a small part in the American Civil War, but a large role in the history of naval warfare. The Hunley demonstrated both the advantages and the dangers of undersea warfare. It was the first combat submarine to sink an enemy warship, although the Hunley was not completely submerged and was lost at some point following her successful attack.

The Confederacy lost 21 crewmen in three sinkings of the Hunley during her short career. The submarine was named for her inventor, Horace Lawson Hunley, shortly after it was taken into service under the control of the Confederate Army at Charleston, South Carolina.

Coming soon .. We travel to Williamson, West Virginia to explore and investigate the Old Hospital on College Hill .. Right smack in the middle of Hatfield -- McCoy Country ... Join us for all the fun ..

We return to historic Fort Mifflin in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania -- September 10th, 2022
Yes, we return to our favorite paranormal, historic hotspot. Known as the Fort that Saved America,

Commissioned in 1771, Philadelphia’s Fort Mifflin is considered one of the most haunted locations in America.

Hundreds of Revolutionary War soldiers were killed during a battle at the Fort. Years later, thousands of Civil War soldiers slowly wasted away from starvation and disease, locked in a dark prison beneath Fort Mifflin. No wonder this location is haunted and active as it is ...

1950 Photograph captured at the White House of what some believe to be President Abraham Lincoln. Paranormal Investigator Joshua Warren believes a transparent image in the photograph to be that of President Lincoln.

"We have done unprecedented work analyzing this photograph in Washington, D.C.," Warren says. "And, to be honest, I think it is Abraham Lincoln."

We return to Perryville Battlefield, the scene of our July 2022 investigation that was cut short due to a severe thunderstorm. One of the bloodiest battles in the western theater of the civil war, this location was featured on an episode of Ghost Adventures - season 7, episode 13.

The weather is cold, wind is strong for this investigation but still had a great time. Such a historic battle.

Captured from the Myrtle Beach State Park Pier in July of 2018.
Not much but for us, it was exciting.

President Lincoln's Presentient Dream About the Assassination

Three days prior to his assassination, Abraham Lincoln related a dream he had to his wife and a few friends. According to Ward Hill Lamon, one of the friends who was present for the conversation, the president said: "About ten days ago, I retired very late. I had been up waiting for important dispatches from the front. I could not have been long in bed when I fell into a slumber, for I was weary. I soon began to dream. There seemed to be a death-like stillness about me. Then I heard subdued sobs, as if a number of people were weeping. I thought I left my bed and wandered downstairs. There the silence was broken by the same pitiful sobbing, but the mourners were invisible. I went from room to room; no living person was in sight, but the same mournful sounds of distress met me as I passed along. I saw light in all the rooms; every object was familiar to me; but where were all the people who were grieving as if their hearts would break? I was puzzled and alarmed. What could be the meaning of all this? Determined to find the cause of a state of things so mysterious and so shocking, I kept on until I arrived at the East Room, which I entered. There I met with a sickening surprise. Before me was a catafalque, on which rested a corpse wrapped in funeral vestments. Around it were stationed soldiers who were acting as guards; and there was a throng of people, gazing mournfully upon the corpse, whose face was covered, others weeping pitifully. 'Who is dead in the White House?' I demanded of one of the soldiers, 'The President,' was his answer; 'he was killed by an assassin.' Then came a loud burst of grief from the crowd, which woke me from my dream. I slept no more that night; and although it was only a dream, I have been strangely annoyed by it ever since."

We are deep, deep into the Blue Grass state of Kentucky to explore and investigate the Perryville Battlefield. The Battle of Perryville was regarded as the bloodiest battles of the civil war based on army size and the number of
casualties. The battle firmly entrenched the state of Kentucky in Union hands.

Our investigation was cut short due to bad weather but a return trip will be the immediate future..

In Arkansas folklore, the White River Monster is a large creature reportedly first spotted off the banks of the White River near Newport in northeastern Arkansas.

Although reported in the press as a "monster", it is reported to be deeply loved by neighborhood residents near this portion of the White River, and the monster is referred to locally as "Whitey".

Some believe the White River Monster may have affected the Civil War. The river was used for transportation, and the monster was supposedly responsible for overturning a boat.

We take a trip to Point Pleasant, West Virginia to investigate the Mothman legend. In West Virginia folklore, the Mothman is a humanoid creature reportedly seen in the Point Pleasant area from November 15, 1966, to December 15, 1967.

In American folklore, Chessie is a sea monster said to live in the midst of the Chesapeake Bay. Claims of sightings appear in local media and regionally-themed books from 1936 onward. Over time, the figure developed into an environmental icon associated with the ecological health of the Chesapeake Bay, and continues to play a role in modern popular culture.

A collection of very creepy, spooky halloween costumes from the
early 20th century... Check out the links below...

Ernest Miller Hemingway (July 21, 1899 – July 2, 1961) was an American novelist, short-story writer, and journalist. His economical and understated style—which he termed the iceberg theory—had a strong influence on 20th-century fiction, while his adventurous lifestyle and public image brought him admiration from later generations. Hemingway produced most of his work between the mid-1920s and the mid-1950s, and he was awarded the 1954 Nobel Prize in Literature. He published seven novels, six short-story collections, and two nonfiction works. Three of his novels, four short-story collections, and three nonfiction works were published posthumously. Many of his works are considered classics of American literature.

It wasn't long after Hemingway's death that people reported seeing his ghost in and around the house. Early sightings were reported by some Key West residents who were not yet aware of the famous author's untimely demise. Walking by the house, they noticed Ernest on his second story veranda. He waved to them and they waved back. It was only later when they mentioned to some friends that they had seen Ernest at the house that they learned of his tragic death at his home in Idaho.

The 20th Maine was said to have seen the ghost of George Washington, and it was due to the ghost that they found their way to the Gettysburg battlefield.

One of our favorite haunts, the Farnsworth House in Gettysburg in a real treat to visit. Enjoy our audio captured there in 2009 and again in 2014.

Mothman is a large creature thought to inhabit the TNT area located just outside of Point Pleasant, West Virginia. This winged creature first appeared on November 12, 1966 in front of five men who were digging a grave in Clendenin, West Virginia (approximately 1 hour and 20 minutes away from Point Pleasant).

Ol’ Green Eyes — The most famous ghost to hang around the Chickamauga Battlefield is without a doubt a spirit by the name of Ol’ Green Eyes or Chickamauga Green Eyes. Legend has it, the green-eyed apparition who roams the grounds at Chickamauga was once a confederate soldier. Reportedly, a canon blew the soldier’s head off in battle.

The Waverly Hills Sanatorium is a former sanatorium located in southwestern Louisville/Jefferson County, Kentucky. Listed as one of most haunted locations in the United States.
We share a few audio clips (evps) captured during a 2008 investigation of the sanatorium.

Fort McAllister was a Confederate earthen-work fort used to defend Savannah, Georgia during the American Civil War. It was the southernmost of the forts defending Savannah and was involved in the most battles.

The following audio clip was captured while investigating the fort in 2008 by Candy Davis.

“Angel’s Glow” was a phenomenon of the Civil War in which soldiers’ wounds seemed to glow in the dark. It took 139 years to figure out why. One of the enduring mysteries of the American Civil War was a little-known phenomenon referred to at the time as Angel’s Glow or the glow seen on some soldiers’ wounds after the Battle of Shiloh.

Located in St. Mary's County, Maryland, the lighthouse and the peninsula area are noted as one of Maryland's most haunted locations. We investigated the lighthouse in November of 2007 and captured 2 interesting audio clips (evps).


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