Curses · execution · hauntings · History · Legends · murder · paranormal

The St Valentine’s Day Massacre

In honour of Valentine’s day, I thought it would be appropriate to write a story for valentines.In true Dark Hauntings style, it will not be a story of romance, hearts, chocolates or flowers, it’s not even going to be full of “I love yous,” but it will be full of blood, crime, Al Capone, & of… Continue reading The St Valentine’s Day Massacre

execution · hauntings · History · Legends · murder · paranormal

Chateau de Brissac:The Green Lady

The beautiful Cháteau de Brissac has often been described as a fairytale castle & is located in the province of Anjou in the Loire Valley in France. It was once a castle until the 15th century when King Rene of Anjou altered over sixty castles & great homes into Chateaus. Out of all these structures,… Continue reading Chateau de Brissac:The Green Lady

fun · hauntings · History · Legends · murder · paranormal

Banff Springs Hotel

This beautiful, luxurious hotel was built in 1888, high in the Rocky Mountains of Alberta, Canada. The Pacific Railway was built near the the original wooden structure which was determined, by a man named William Van Horne, to be well placed as visitors could enjoy the mountainous scenery, as well as the hot springs that… Continue reading Banff Springs Hotel

hauntings · History · paranormal

The Poltergeists

Poltergeist derives from the German word “noisy ghost” or the exact translation, polter=rumbling, & geist=ghost or spirit. This refers to activity usually credited to mischievous ghosts & are characterised by Psychokinesis or other physical manifestations. Some of the most common symptoms of poltergeist activity are chairs moving on there own, walls shaking from unexplained banging,… Continue reading The Poltergeists

hauntings · History · Legends · murder · paranormal

The Black Dahlia

Elizabeth Short, nicknamed The Black Dahlia, was born in Boston, Massachusetts, on the 29th July 1924. She was the third of five daughters born to Cleo & Phoebe Mae Short. Elizabeth’s father, Cleo, abandoned the family when she was just five years old. At a young age, Elizabeth developed a passion for the cinema, &… Continue reading The Black Dahlia