The Haunted: New York House of Death

          For this month’s haunting, we will be travelling to the New York City Neighborhood of Greenwich Village. According to legend, 22 spirits take residence in Greek Revival brownstone. What is it about this specific residence that seems to attract misfortune and death? Let’s explore. The History           New York’s “House of Death” was built in 1856. …

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Creepy Cryptids: Kushtaka

            This month’s cryptid brings us up to the coasts of Alaska. There lurks Bigfoot’s semi-aquatic cousin, known as the Kushtaka (or Kooshdakhaa) - which translates from the Tlingit language to mean “land otter man.” These creatures are prominent features in indigenous folklore along the coast of Alaska - the Tlingit People, Ts’msyen People, and the …

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The Haunted: Big Bay Point Light House

          On the shores of the famously haunted Lake Superior sits a lighthouse, built of brick and concrete. Though the light was automated decades ago, hundreds still pass through its doors to stay the night. This month’s haunting is the Big Bay Point Lighthouse, which is the only operational lighthouse with a bed and breakfast. It’s …

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Creepy Cryptids: The Van Meter Visitor

           Today we’re going to cover a very strange cryptid that comes to us from Van Meter, Iowa. It was only sighted in October 1903, and has never been seen again. This cryptid goes far beyond other cryptids covered before in many ways - it was seen by several people for extended periods of time, and …

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