John Bell and his family, settled in northern Robertson County, Tennessee, in 1804, from north Carolina. Their farm consisted of 320 acres of rich farm land that laid along the red river. They lived a quiet, peaceful life for the first 13 years. They were members of the Red River Baptist Church where John became… Continue reading The Bell Witch.
La Planchada, Ironed Lady, is a well known ghost legend in Mexico. In the 1930’s, a nurse by the name of Eulalia worked at the Juarez hospital in Mexico. Her uniform was always very clean and crisp, and perfectly ironed. She was very good at her job and her patients felt lucky to be under… Continue reading La Planchada
This is a story that has dated back hundreds of years and has been told to children down the generations. It is a sad tale, but it lives strong in the memories of the people, and there are many who swear it to be true. The legend of La Llorona, (pronounced-Lah yoh roh nah,) Spanish for… Continue reading La Llorona:The weeping woman.
Heather and Nathan, a newly married couple, was driving up the Northern California coast to spend their honeymoon in a beautiful bed and breakfast with a seaside view. They was hoping on getting there before dark, but a heavy thick fog had descended on highway one which made their progression very slow. They was an… Continue reading The Vanishing Hitch hiker.
Teresita Basa was born in the Philippines in 1929, and moved to Illinois, Chicago to better her life and her career. She worked at Edgewater Hospital as a respiratory therapist, and was very dedicated to her job and her patients. She was very well liked. On the night of February 21st, 1977, at around 9pm,… Continue reading The ghost who solved her own murder:Teresita Basa