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Screaming Bridge
May 62014

Williamston, North Carolina:
Williamston is located on the northeastern side of North Carolina in Martin County. It is a small community of about 6,000 residents.
How to Get to the Screaming Bridge:
The Screaming Bridge is located near Little Washington on Yarrell Creek Road cros

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Asheville, North Carolina
Vance Birthplace State Historic Site:
This location features the pioneer homestead of Zebulon Baird Vance. Little log buildings are tucked into the Reems Creek Valley near Weaversville, North Carolina. It’s located five miles from the Blue Ridge Parkwa

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Fort Macon
May 62014

Atlantic Beach, North Carolina
Atlantic Beach is located in Carteret County in southeastern North Carolina. It is a small community of about 2,000 residents.
Fort Macon Information:
Fort Macon was built between 1826-1834 on the east end of Bogue Banks. It replaced Fort Dobbs,

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Wilmington, North Carolina
Battleship North Carolina:
The Battleship North Carolina was built in 1937. She was considered the world’s greatest sea weapon in the 1940′s. The Battleship North Carolina participated in every major naval offensive in the Pacific area of operations a

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Belwood, North Carolina
Belwood is located in southwestern North Carolina in Cleveland County. It is very small community of about 1,000 residents.
Kadesh Methodist Church | Casar Methodist Church Information:
Kadesh Church isa Methodist church located on Kadesh Church Road. I

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Asheville, North Carolina
Pastabilities Restaurant Ghosts and Hauntings:
Pastabilities was once a theater in the 1930′s. Today, visitors and employees at Pastabilities report the sound of disembodied footsteps climbing the stairs from time to time.
Resources:
No Author (n.d.)

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Asheville, North Carolina
Vance Birthplace State Historic Site:
This location features the pioneer homestead of Zebulon Baird Vance. Little log buildings are tucked into the Reems Creek Valley near Weaversville, North Carolina. It’s located five miles from the Blue Ridge Parkwa

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Asheville is the largest city in the western part of the state with about 77,000 residents. It is the county seat in Buncombe County, North Carolina.
The Shiloh Forestry Compound in Asheville, North Carolina:
The Shiloh Forestry Compound is located near the Biltmore Estate. Exe

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Asheville, North Carolina
The Basilica of St. Lawrence is said to be haunted by the ghost of the man who designed it, Rafael Guastavino. His body is entombed in the walls of the basilica.
Resources:
No Author (n.d.). Asheville Ghost Stories. Retrieve d February 4, 2011 from ht

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Brick Street Tavern is one of the most haunted locations in Salisbury NC. The structure was built in 1906 by Victor Wallace and Sons who constructed the building for thier dry goods operation. During the depression many transient poeple migrated to Salisbury in hopes of finding

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Fletcher, North Carolina
Fletcher is located near Asheville, North Carolina.
Calvary Episcopal Church History:
The Calvary Episcopal Church was started by Daniel and Helen Craig Blake in 1857, when they started having organized religious gatherings in their home. The current C

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Warensville, North Carolina
Information about the Devil Stairs | Devil’s Stairs:
The Devil Stairs (aka Devil’s Stairs) is located along N.C. 88 just east of Warensville, North Carolina.
The Devil’s Stairs (or Devil Stairs, whichever you prefer), got its name after the Norfolf

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Asheville, North Carolina
The Northside Grill and Bar used to be apartments. When the building was an apartment building, a woman purportedly took her life in one of the upstairs rooms. 
Ghosts and the Paranormal at The Northside Grill and Bar in Asheville, North Carolina:

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Cry Baby Bridge
May 32014

Location of Cry Baby Bridge:
Cry Baby Bridge is located about 5 miles outside of Dallas, North Carolina near the golf course on Linwood Road, according to some sources. However, there are a lot of bridges in Gaston County that have been dubbed Cry Baby Bridge.
Interesting Facts a

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Siler City, North Carolina
Siler City is located in Chatham County, North Carolina in the middle of the state. The community of Siler has approximately 10,000 residents.
The Devil’s Tramping Ground Information:
Some places have this listed as the Devil’s TrOmping Ground, other

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Lees McRae College
May 32014

Banner Elk, North Carolina
Lees McRae College- Tate Dormitory Information:
Lees-McRae College is a private four-year college located in Banner Elk, North Carolina. The college is affiliated with the Presbyterian Church.
Tate Dorm was originally the Banner Elk town hospital.
G

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Asheville, North Carolina
Asheville is the largest city in the western part of the state with about 77,000 residents. It is the county seat in Buncombe County, North Carolina.
Before the arrival of Hernando De Soto in 1540, the land where Asheville now sits was occupied by the

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This plantation was owned by the late General Grimes. It sits just off Hwy 33 outside of Grimesland. No one is allowed to enter this property, as it is very private! Screams have been heard, a woman appears in the upstairs window, man spotted guarding the long tree line path,

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Coats Park
May 22014

Angier, North Carolina
Angier is located in Harnett County, North Carolina. It is a small community of about 3,500 residents.
Ghosts and the Paranormal in Coats Park in Angier, North Carolina:
Visitors to Coats Park claim that an unseen presence will follow them. They report f

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Battery Park Hotel
May 22014

Asheville, North Carolina
Asheville is the largest city in the western part of the state with about 77,000 residents. It is the county seat in Buncombe County, North Carolina.
Old Battery Park Hotel:
The original Old Battery Park Hotel in Asheville, North Carolina was built in

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Wilmington, North Carolina
The Bellamy Mansion Information:
The Bellamy Mansion was built in 1859 by Dr. John D. Bellamy. Enslaved black carpenters as well as free black artisans built the mansion.
Dr. Bellamy owned other plantations in other counties, but the Bellamy Mansion

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Helens Mount
May 12014

Arden, North Carolina
Arden is located in western North Carolina. It is a small, unincorporated area in Buncombe County. It is considered to be part of the Asheville Metropolitan Statistical Area.
Ghosts and the Paranormal at Helen’s Mount in Arden, North Carolina:
Arden local

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Graystone Inn
May 12014

Barnardsville, North Carolina
The Graystone Inn Information:
The Graystone Inn is located on Lake Toxaway in Barnardsville near Asheville, North Carolina.
The Graystone Inn was built near an old 1800′s settlement. The cemetery utilized by this settlement is located close to th

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Winston-Salem, North Carolina
Brookstown Inn Hotel Information:
The Brookstown Inn is a bed and breakfast that opened its doors in 1985. The building served as the location of the community’s very first factory in the late 1830′s. In the 1850′s the building went on the market f

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Korners Folly
May 12014

Kernersville, North Carolina
The building known today as Korner’s Folly was built 126 years ago between 1878 and 1880 by an interior designer who later became famous as a painter of Bull Durham bulls. His name was Jule Gilmer Korner. He intended for the building to be merely a s

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Bessemer City, North Carolina
Bessemer City is located in southwestern North Carolina in Gaston County. It is a community of approximately 5,000 residents.
Bessemer City was settled in 1756 and founded in 1893.
Ghosts and the Paranormal at the Tryon Elementary School in Bessem

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Asheville, North Carolina
Ghosts and the Paranormal at Church of the Redeemer in Asheville, North Carolina:
Visitors to the cemetery near the church report seeing the ghost of a woman who walks from the cemetery to the French Broad River.
Resources:
No Author (n.d.). Ashevill

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Wesley Cementery
May 12014

Just off Hwy 33 in Chocowinity is the Wesley Cementery. A man running down the dirt path has been seen, a woman laughing, and strange lights can been seen late at night. I only have pictures of orbs from this cementery, but I’ll share.

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Blowing Rock, North Carolina
Blowing Rock is a small town of about 1,500 residents located in both Caldwell and Watauga Counties in northwestern North Carolina.
The Green Park Inn Hotel Information:
The Green Park Inn opened its doors in 1882 by the Green family. Originally, i

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Lil’s Apartments
May 12014

Week old helium ballons would float to height level of your head when they hadn’t floated in days. They would then flow you around as you walked. TV would turn on by itself. Shadow people would appear. Cold spots felt all seasons. Children would talk to ghosts. My friend and I he

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Asheville, North Carolina
Asheville is a moderately sized city with a population of about 77,000 people. It is located in Western, North Carolina.
Clyde A. Erwin High School Information:
Erwin High is named after Clyde A. Erwin, a visionary who worked hard to make the public e

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Jackson Cemetery
May 12014

Jackson Cemetery |Henry T. Jackson Cemetery
Sampson County is located in south central North Carolina. It was first settled in 1784 and was named for John Sampson.
Jackson Cemetery is located 2.8 miles northeast of the Cumberland County and Sampson County line. It is located on

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Hammock House
April 302014

Beaufort, North Carolina
Beaufort is located in and the county seat of Cateret County, North Carolina. The city was established in 1709 and today, it is known as the third oldest town in North Carolina.
Beaufort is a small community of about 4,500 residents.
Hammock House Info

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Scandals Nightclub
April 302014

Asheville, North Carolina
Scandal’s Nightclub has reported a variety of strange light phenomena/lighting problems that are not easy to explain. Also, visitors have reported seeing the apparition of a Native American woman at the Scandal’s Nightclub in Asheville, North Carolina.

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McAlpine Creek Park
April 302014
McAlpine Creek Park
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Brookside elementary
April 302014
Brookside elementary
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Rockingham Middle School
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Jackson Building
April 302014

Asheville, North Carolina
The Jackson Building is a 15 story structure that was built in 1924. Thomas Wolfe’s father owned the land where the Jackson Building was built. He used it to run a tombstone business. L. B. Jackson chose the site as the place where he wanted to build hi

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Crowell hospital
April 302014

This old building holds the ghostly encounters of the doctors that once romed the hallways.While working on the second film there was a lot of spectral energy.

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Western Carolina Center
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Warren Wilson College
April 302014
Warren Wilson College
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Winston-Salem, North Carolina
Winston-Salem is a city of about 230,000 people in Forsyth County, North Carolina in the northwestern quadrant of the state. It is the fourth largest city in the state of North Carolina.
Salem College for Women Information:
The village of Salem wa

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Western Carolina University
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Asheville, North Carolina
Asheville is the largest city in the western part of the state with about 77,000 residents. It is the county seat in Buncombe County, North Carolina.
Barley’s Taproom and Pizzeria and the Massacre of 1906:
On November 13, 1906, a dude name William Har

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Kings Mountain State Park
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Richmond Hill Inn
April 292014

Asheville, North Carolina
The Richmond Hill Inn:
Richmond Hill Inn is surrounded by picturesque gardens. The inn offers spa services and lavish guest amenities. It was built in 1889 by Richmond Pearson.
Ghosts and the Paranormal at the Richmond Hill Inn in Asheville, North Car

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Bentonville, North Carolina

Battle of Bentonville Information:

The Battle of Bentonville was waged on March 19-21, in 1865 in Bentonville, North Carolina near the current town of Four Oaks.
The Bentonville Battleground park was founded in 1965 and then was declared a Natio

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