Tag Archives: Paranormal TV Blogs

Ghost Hunters: “Ghost of Christmas Past”

“Ghost Hunters” mostly managed to annoy the ghost of Doris Welch, former innkeeper of the Christmas Farm Inn in Jackson, New Hampshire. They completely missed the ghost of a World War I casualty at the Old Stone Fort in Schoharie, … Continue reading

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The Cuban Club

The Cuban Club was founded in company town Ybor City. Town founder and industrialist Vicente Martinez Ybor relocated his cigar factory to the town that bears his name in 1886. Today Ybor City is located just outside of Tampa, Florida.  The Cuban … Continue reading

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Trans-Allegheny Lunatic Asylum

Trans-Allegheny Lunatic Asylum was opened during the Civil War and operated until 1994. It was built to accommodate 250 patients but by the mid-20th Century housed 2,400. I cannot imagine that did the damaged psyches who lived there any good. … Continue reading

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Flinderation Tunnel

“Ghost Stories” by the Travel Channel is exactly what the title claims, ghost stories presented in a way most calculated to scare the viewer silly. For once I found myself in the role of debunker, granted a psychic debunker, but … Continue reading

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Egyptian Theatre, Boise, ID

This 2009 episode focused on the 1927 Egyptian Theatre in downtown Boise, ID. I swear they didn’t have enough material to fill a half hour on the Egyptian Theatre so viewers were taken on a whirlwind tour of other haunted … Continue reading

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John Wilkes Booth

Ghost Labs investigated two locations conspiracy theory had long associated with President Lincoln assassin John Wilkes Booth AFTER he killed Lincoln in April of 1865 at Forbes Theatre in Washington, DC. Booth’s fate as recorded in the history books was supposedly … Continue reading

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Tombstone

Ghost Lab got some interesting results when they investigated Tombstone, Arizona. Not surprisingly their first investigation was the Birdcage Theatre. Ghost Lab had some different results than Ghost Adventures when they focused on the Birdcage Theatre earlier this year. Birdcage … Continue reading

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The Smell of Fear

In this episode Ghost Lab checked out the Liar’s Club tavern in Chicago, IL and a former funeral home called The Mortuary in New Orleans, Louisiana . The Liar’s Club has gruesome history involving three murders, two of them axe … Continue reading

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Under the Skin

Chicago’s Old Town Tatu occupies space that operated as Klemundt Funeral Parlor for 75 years. In 2003 Richie “Tapeworm” Herrea bought the place and opened as Odin Tatu named after his son. He lived in an apartment above the tattoo parlor. Sadly he … Continue reading

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The Devil’s Wedding

As far as the ghosts were concerned, both locations in Norway and Estonia were essentially cases of cradle robbing. Or at least young women taking up with older men they probably should have avoided in the first place. The first … Continue reading

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