Private Home Investigation: Mini Follow-up

In October, I investigated my friend Tempest's home that was having very unusual and strange activity. After cleansing the house, there was some activity, but the house went quiet (after one last loud bang from the resident ghost!). Recently, there have been strange happenings again and we wanted to see if we could capture anything. [...]

Joslyn Castle

History Located at 3902 Davenport Street in Omaha, Nebraska is the gorgeous Joslyn Castle. This lavish 35-room home was built in 1903 for George and Sarah Joslyn in a Scottish Baronial style at a cost of $250,000. (Adjusted for inflation, it would have cost about $7 million today.) Photo of George and Sarah Joslyn, from [...]

Museum of Shadows

History Located at 1110 Douglas Street in Omaha, Nebraska is the world famous Museum of Shadows. This building is home to over 3000 haunted artifacts that they claim have all been verified to have paranormal activity. This museum was curated by Nate and Kaleigh Raterman who are professional paranormal investigators, specialist's in demonology, and have [...]

Union Station

History Located at 30 West Pershing Road in Kansas City, Missouri is the historical Union Station. This locally famous structure was built in 1914 at a whopping size of 850,000 square feet, and originally featured 900 rooms. During this buildings prime as a working train station, hundreds of thousands of passengers would come through each [...]

Kansas City Woods

This post will be a little bit...different. We typically stay on the topic of more well known locations we visit and explore that are accompanied by tales of human ghosts and spirits. But as someone with more beliefs worth sharing, I felt it was time to dive into the topic of some more inhuman entities. [...]

The Rising Sun Tavern

History Located in Fredericksburg, Virginia, the Rising Sun Tavern was built in 1760 as a home by George Washington's brother, Charles, and later turned into a tavern in 1792. After this property was sold to John Frazier in 1792, he established the building as a tavern with it becoming extremely popular with all social classes [...]

Union Cemetery

History Located at 227 East 28th Terrace in Kansas City, Missouri is the beautiful and historic Union Cemetery. It is the oldest public cemetery in the Kansas City area, holding approximately 55,000 souls. This cemetery features some of the most prominent names in Kansas Cities history, such as the grave of Thomas Jefferson Goforth, who [...]

Sinking Springs Cemetery

History Located in Abington Virginia, the Sinking Spring Cemetery was established in 1773 as a burial ground by Presbyterian Church. As this cemetery was created for members of the Presbyterian Church, the Reverend, Charles Cummings, also had a log cabin house built on the 11 acres of cemetery land. Separated by Russel Road, there is [...]