My ladye hath a sable coach, And horses two and four; My ladye hath a black blood hound, That runneth on before. My ladye’s coach hath nodding plumes, The driver hath no head; My ladye is ashen white, As one that long is dead. “Now pray step in!” my ladye saith, “Now pray step in… Continue reading Lady Mary Howard
Old ghost stories of nuns were one of the main centre points in the 19th century. You will find records of ghostly nuns told by the locals of any small village that was around at the turn of the 20th century. And it’s little surprise, given the important role nuns play in so many communities.… Continue reading The Headless Nun
The Beechworth asylum is located in the town of Beechworth, Australia, and dates back to 1867. It is the second oldest asylum in Victoria, and was later renamed Mayday Hills Hospital. When the asylum first opened, it stretched half a kilometre from one end to the other. It was a mixed hospital that held… Continue reading Beechworth Lunatic Asylum.
In Pulaski County, 1938, Carl Pruitt returned home after a long day at work. He was expecting to find his wife in the kitchen, but to his horror, he found his wife in bed with another man. Pruitt was enraged. He grabbed a chain and began strangling his wife and killed her. Her lover… Continue reading The Cursed Grave of Carl Pruitt.
Churel is a female ghost of South Asian folklore, and well known in North India, Bangladesh, and Pakistan. It is also known as Churail, Chudail, and Chudel. Churel is also another word for “witch”, and are considered a very dangerous type of ghost. She preys upon men in much the same way as a vampire.… Continue reading Churel