The Devonshire Death Fire A fire set as a prank by a Devonshire farmer is seen as an omen of death.
Ape-ril Fool Was the ape-man on the Miner girls’ farm a hoax to scare them off the property or an April Fool’s joke?
Haunted Ice The people of Port Clinton, Pennsylvania, refused to use the haunted ice, fearing it harbored the spirit of a suicide.
The Rolling Bogey of Pogue’s Run A rolling bogey and/or a shape-shifting ghost haunted residents of Pogue’s Run, Indiana.
Louisville’s Hoodoo Dog The Hoodoo Dog of Louisville, Kentucky was said to doom any man he befriended.
Ghosts in Grave-clothes Ghosts who appear in Grave-clothes, usually archaic in style.
Here, Mr Hotfoot The Devil is hotfooting it around the Black Country, searing footprints into the soil.
Orange You Scared? The color orange as a rare paranormal color, usually found only in spook lights.
National Ghost Hunting Day Celebrating National Ghost Hunting Day with profiles of famous ghost hunters and stories of spook seekers, amateur or professional.
A Spot of Bother: Jack the Ink-Slinger Jack the Ink-Slinger had a fetish for spraying purple ink on ladies’ dresses.