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Ghosts and spirits, witches and curses, haunted houses and roads. It can't be supernatural without the force of nature.
The Legend of The Gray Man
In the 1800’s a man wearing a gray coat rushed home to see his love on Pawley’s Island, South Carolina.
The Legend of Aunt Julia Brown
In 1915 after the death of Voodoo Priestess Julia Brown, the town of Frenier, Louisiana was wiped off the map. Legend has it, Julia’s voodoo spirit brings death and destruction on the town.
Florida was a jungle in the 1800s. Landowner Henry Sanford enlisted the help of a Catholic Priest to assist in selling plots to German colonists.
The Curse of Bodie
In the Sierra Nevada Mountains lies Bodie, an 1800’s ghost town. Named after a miner who died in a deadly blizzard before claiming gold that was his.
Devil’s Gate Dam
Pasadena harbors what some describe as a sinister location, Devil’s Gate Dam, strange things happen for which there is no explanation.
Maine’s Ghost on Catherine Hill
Extreme low temperatures and snow make settlers want to blame someone, so they rid the town of her, but don't escape her curse.
Augusta’s Tornado Talisman
A Greek pillar is the center of Augusta, Georgia’s most famous legend. In the 1800s, a preacher threatened that a great wind would destroy the town’s market except for one pillar.
The Legend of Moll Dyer
In the late 17th century in Leonardtown, Maryland, accused witch Moll Dyer was burned out of her home with flames and fury during a deadly freeze.
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