This haunted adobe house in Cuchillo, New Mexico was put up for sale and even bought on e bay in October 2009. Josh Bond owned the home in the middle of the ghost town, Cuchillo. He put it up for sale when paranormal investigators confirmed that the house was haunted. He had apparently seen an old lady cooking in the kitchen, and heard firewood being piled into the pot-bellied stove. The scariest thing that had happened with him he heard someone whispering in his ear.
Adams Grove Presbyterian Church is a historic Greek Revival-style church building in rural Dallas County, Alabama, near the community of Sardis. Built in 1853, it features a distyle-in-antis type portico with box columns. No longer actively used by a church congregation, the building is now privately owned. It was placed on the National Register of Historic Places on June 5, 1986. Due to purported paranormal activity at Adams Grove, the church building and adjacent cemetery have been…
Casa Loma, dubbed “The People’s Castle”, is one of Canada’s most famous historic sites – and the only “castle” in Toronto (Ontario)…it’s also home to a few spirits! Casa Loma is one of our exclusive locations for tours, and Sold Out special events, educational seminars and investigations – and has been since 2009.
So apparently one of the most famous Vaudeville stars still hangs out at the Cohoes Music Hall. The thing is, shes been dead since 1947. EvaTanguay died in Hollywood following a long, successful career. At the height of her popularity, she was one of the highest paid stars in Vaudeville. And she made her debut at the Cohoes Music Hall where, ironically, she was booed offstage.