I lived in quite a building my senior year of college. My friend Katie had lived in the building the previous year, and when a vacancy came up, I jumped at the chance to live there. It was built in the 1860s and had been located about 6 blocks away on Water Street. My building was a "house of ill repute," which wasn't that unusual in a lumber town such as Eau Claire. In an effort to clean up the street's reputation a bit in the 1880s, the house was moved via rolling logs about 6 blocks away. A dance hall was built next door, which I'm sure provided a lot of entertainment and opportunites for the tenants of my building!
I am not sure as to when it was sold to the rental property from who
Bigfoot. Sasquatch. Whatever you call the cryptozoological creature, it's apparently live and well all over the United States.
A trail cam in northern Minnesota captured an image of a creature that was standing upright, and others in the area have spotted something that isn't the usual local wildlife while hunting in this area.
While catching up on About.com's paranormal blog, I found out about a sighting that happened in San Antonio.
Yet another article from About.com's paranormal blog mentions that Bigfoot sightings are on the rise in Michigan.
There are no visual evidence in the last two articles as there is in the first, but that doesn't mean they aren't valid. The Michigan
Darkness falls and creepiness ensues. As a child, I was always petrified to sleep in my room by myself because the shadow of the pine trees caused by the yard light looked like an arm trying to get through my window. I'd play in my room all day, but as soon as it was dark and the lights were turned out, I turned into a big scaredy cat.
Years later I'm much more brave and actually seek out haunted and creepy places. Here's a collection of some of the creepiest places to spend the night. There are so many hotels and B&Bs that tout their hauntedness. Some of the more notable are the Stanley Hotel in Colorado and the Hotel del Coronado in California.
Have you stayed in a creepy or
It seems that everywhere I look these days, the words "ley lines" are included. Two weeks ago, I had the chance to take a day trip to Wiltshire while on a week-long vacation in London. We visited Stonehenge, Silbury Hill, and Avebury, which are some very famous stone and earth formations located along ley lines.
Today I'm reading a manuscript that details some very mysterious happenings in a town located on ley lines along the 33rd parallel.
I then come across a story about Robbie Williams, one of my favorite singers, whose house is supposedly haunted by Catherine Parr and is also located along ley lines in Wiltshire.
Maybe I need to take this repeating theme as a sign that I