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Haunted places around the world, The World's Most Haunted Places may make you a real believer in ghosts. Here is a collection of true ghost stories from the world's most haunted places. This list will have some familiar names, and some places you never expected to be haunted. Paranormal activity is an really a very international affair, and ghosts and apparitions intermingle with the living everywhere day and night. When it comes to the number and regularity of ghost sightings and unexplained events, these real haunted sites can't be beat.

A collection of history, folklore, and true ghost stories from the world's most haunted places. These Top Ten locations were voted by you our many websites visitors. And by your votes these top the list for places to visit in 2009. These locations are said to be places where the living and the dead mingle together freely.

Many people search for ghost today. From those that haunt the local hotels to those that might frighten a tourist or two on one of the many most haunted ghost tours around the world. But there are as we know a few of the most sought after ghosts that many of us truly seek out. We research and study their sighting's, manifestations encounters and many habitual hauntings more so then others.

Just like those that search the net for the number one search term about ghosts, spooks specters and shades that of the supposed story or ghost photo/image of "Ghost of Hamlet's father." Some ghost and their sorted horror stories are very real and others or certainly not!

And we all should know that... "Right"?

Many believe that any encounter with those of a ghost or wandering lost spirit or soul is the scariest moment of their lives. Others who seek out such actual real spooks and shades to communicate with just call it part of any normal day in their haunted lives.

From ghostly encounters of real haunted ghost tours like those of "Gettysburg's own resident Paranormal Expert" Mark Nesbitt. "Ghosts of Gettysburg Candlelight Walking Tours®" The most haunted ghost tour in the world as voted by our millions of web site visitors. To the reported as real images we see each week glued to the TV watching The great American Ghost Hunters Jason "The Real Ghostman" Hawes, And his ghhost magnet wingman Grant wilson and the gang challenging the dead to communicate with them.

Summoning real ghost to chat or question is nothing new by any means. From the calling up of spirits in the Bible by the Witch of Endor. To the dark Necromantic rituals of Dr. John Dee and the great beast Alister Crowley's "Great Work". "The dead are always in popular demand even if it is just to gossip." Said Lisa Lee Harp Waugh in a recent appearance on an Australian Television interview. " The dead often have more to say then when they were alive." "But one should never threaten or a provoke a ghost to appear," says Waugh. "if you do you may suffer a real haunting that will destroy your sanity and your life!"

Summoning the dead through the practice of Necromancy (pronounced /ˈnɛkrɵmænsi/; Greek νεκρομαντία nekromantía) is a form of magic in which the practitioner seeks to summon "operative spirits" or "spirits of divination", for multiple reasons, from spiritual protection to wisdom. The word necromancy derives from the Greek νεκρός (nekrós), "dead", and μαντεία (manteía), "prophecy".

However, since the Renaissance, necromancy (or nigromancy) has come to be associated more broadly with black magic and demon-summoning in general, sometimes losing its earlier, more specialized meaning. By popular etymology, nekromantia became nigromancy "black arts", and Johannes Hartlieb (1456) lists demonology in general under the heading. Eliphas Levi, in his book Dogma et Ritual, states that necromancy is the evoking of aerial bodies (aeromancy).

Early necromancy is likely related to shamanism, which calls upon spirits such as the ghosts of ancestors. Classical necromancers addressed the dead in "a mixture of high-pitch squeaking and low droning", comparable to the trance-state mutterings of shamans.

The historian Strabo refers to necromancy as the principal form of divination amongst the people of Persia (Strabo, xvi. 2, 39, νεκρομαντία), and it is believed to also have been widespread amongst the peoples of Chaldea (particularly amongst the Sabians or star-worshipers), Etruria, and Babylonia. The Babylonian necromancers were called Manzazuu or Sha'etemmu, and the spirits they raised were called Etemmu.

Necromancy was widespread in Western antiquity with records of practice in Babylon, Egypt, Greece, and Rome. The oldest literary account of necromancy is in Homer’s Odyssey (ca. 700 BC). In the Odyssey (XI, Nekyia), Odysseus under the tutelage of Circe, a powerful sorceress, makes a voyage to Hades, the Underworld, in an effort to raise the spirits of the dead using spells which Circe has instructed. His intention is to invoke and ask questions of the shade of Tiresias, in order to gain insight on the impending voyage home. Alas, he is unable to summon the spirit without the assistance of others. In Homer's passage, there are many references to specific rituals associated with necromancy; the rites must be done during nocturnal hours, and based around a pit with fire. In addition, Odysseus has to follow a specific recipe, which included using sacrificial animals' blood for ghosts to drink, while he recites prayers to both the ghosts and gods of the underworld. Rituals, such as these, were common practices associated with necromancy, and varied from the mundane to the more grotesque. Rituals in necromancy involved magic circles, wands, talismans, bells, and incantations.Also, the necromancer would surround himself with morbid aspects of death, which often included wearing the deceased's clothing, consumption of unsalted, unleavened black bread and unfermented grape juice, which symbolized decay and lifelessness. Necromancers even went as far as taking part in the mutilation and consumption of corpses. Rituals, such as these, could carry on for hours, days, even weeks leading up the summoning of spirits. Often these practices took part in graveyards or in other melancholy venues that suited specific guidelines of the necromancer. Additionally, necromancers preferred summoning the recently departed, citing that their revelations were spoken more clearly; this timeframe usually consisted of 12 months following the death of the body. Once this time period lapsed, necromancers would summon the deceased’s ghostly spirit to appear instead.

Although some cultures may have considered the knowledge of the dead to be unlimited, to the ancient Greeks and Romans, there is an indication that individual shades knew only certain things. The apparent value of their counsel may have been a result of things they had known in life, or of knowledge they acquired after death: Ovid writes of a marketplace in the underworld, where the dead could exchange news and gossip.

There are also many references to necromancers, called "bone-conjurers", in the Bible. The Book of Deuteronomy (XVIII 9–12) explicitly warns the Israelites against the Canaanite practice of divination from the dead. This warning was not always heeded: King Saul has the Witch of Endor invoke the shade of Samuel using a magical amulet, for example. Later Christian writers rejected the idea that humans could bring back the spirits of the dead, and interpreted such shades as disguised demons, thus conflating necromancy with demon-summoning.

Caesarius of Arles entreats his audience to put no stock in any demons, or "gods" other than the Christian God, even if the working of spells appears to provide benefit. He states that demons only act with divine permission and are permitted by God to test Christian people. Caesarius does not condemn man here; he only states that the art of necromancy exists, although it is prohibited by the Bible.

Still today in the 21st century many contact the dead through searching for EVP's conducting real Séances, Mediums and spirit Channelers and practicing Necromancy.

There are today many books and articles that tell of ghosts and haunting's all over the world. Writers such as the great Brad Steiger, The late Hans Holzer, Troy Taylor, Jason Offutt and Jeff Belanger. Have all done their very best to record the most haunted tales and urban legends for posterity of all the most important ghost we could ever wish to find or summon up.

Notables in the field of EVP's today is Richard L. Smith Founder and Chief Investigator, author, webmaster www.paratexas.com Rich's approach to EVP study has taken him beyond the normally "random" EVP audio presentations usually seen by the public, and his criteria requires that the spirit take the time to communicate back and forth with reliability and purpose. He has identified particular spirits by name, some who are acting as "guides" for him, and others who are just what he refers to as "spirit companions".

Also Paranormal Task force's own Greg Myers, Dr. Ed Craft, Dale Kaczmarek, EVP Experts Tom and Lisa Butler, The Queen of all Ghost Chasers the great Patti Star, and her contemporaries Richard Senate, Stacey Allen McGee, Robert M. Hunnicut, Susan Sheppard, Lisa Carmody, PAUL F. ENO, Donna LaCroix, Ursula Bielski, Rosemary Ellen Guiley, Loyd Auerbach, Rob Demerest, Zach Bagins and Patty Wilson. And no complete list would be complete without The very real Demonoligist Mr. Kenneth Deel.

Spirit Mediums and Ghost Cannelers, Psychics and Sensitives such as The great Robbie Thomas, Chip Coffey, Nancy Bradley, Derek Acorah, John Edward, James Van Praagh, Colin Fry, Allison DuBois, Tony Stockwell, Marion North Carolina's own Reese Smith, The ever inspiratioanl Mickey Of Miami, and of course. And "The great American Necromancer Lisa Lee Harp Waugh". All keep us abreast of what real ghost and haunted paranormal encounters sightings and supernatural happenings are making the news.

Mediumship is the term used to describe a form of communication with spirits. It is a practice in religious beliefs such as Spiritualism, Spiritism, Espiritismo, Candomblé, Louisiana Voodoo, Shambala and Umbanda. While the Western movements of Spiritualism and Spiritism account for most Western news-media exposure, a majority of African and African-diasporic traditions include mediumship as a central focus of religious practice. The existence of spirits (and subsequently the ability of people to communicate with them) is not supported by scientific consensus.

Dr John Dee Called up real ghost long ago. Do you think he contacted any of the "THE TOP TEN MOST SOUGHT AFTER GHOST HUNTED, PARANORMAL INVESTIGATED AND SEARCHED AFTER REAL GHOSTS IN THE WORLD"

These The Top Ten most sought after are the ghosts that many world wide try to call up at Séances or seek out on a regular daily basis.

 

1. Resurrection Mary

Resurrection Mary is the Chicago area's best-known ghost story. Of the "vanishing hitchhiker" type, the story takes place outside Resurrection Cemetery in Justice, Illinois, a few miles southwest of Chicago.

Resurrection Mary

Resurrection Mary is a famous ghost story and is considered by many to be the original hitchhiker ghost story. It takes place around the Chicago area in Justice, Illinois. Many travelers down Archer Avenue -- a street which runs through the city of Chicago -- and its South Suburbs, have reported seeing a young blonde girl walking by, some who have seen her have claimed to even have given her a ride. The girl is said to be very quiet once picked up and disappears once the driver passes the gates of Resurrection Cemetery in Justice Illinois

 

Since the 1930s, several men driving northeast along Archer Avenue between the Willowbrook Ballroom and Resurrection Cemetery have reported picking up a young female hitchhiker. This young woman is dressed somewhat formally and said to have light blond hair, blue eyes, and wearing a white party dress. Some more attentive drivers would sometimes add that she wore a thin shawl, or dancing shoes, and that she had a small clutch purse, and is very quiet. When the driver nears the Resurrection Cemetery, the young woman asks to be let out, whereupon she disappears into the cemetery. According to the Chicago Tribune, "full-time ghost hunter" Richard Crowe claims to have collected "three dozen . . . substantiated" reports of Mary from the 1930s to the present.

The legend says that Mary had spent the evening dancing with a boyfriend at the Oh Henry Ballroom. At some point, they got into an argument and Mary stormed out. Even though it was a cold winter’s night, she thought she would rather face a cold walk home than spend another minute with her boyfriend.

She left the ballroom and started walking up Archer Avenue. She had not gotten very far when she was struck and killed by a hit-and-run driver, who fled the scene leaving Mary to die. Her parents found her and were grief-stricken at the sight of her dead body. They buried her in Resurrection Cemetery, wearing a beautiful white dancing dress and matching dancing shoes. The hit-and-run driver was never found.

The Resurrection Mary story is a type of vanishing hitchhiker story, a type of folklore that is known from many cultures. One such story, written in 1965 by fifteen-year-old Cathie Harmon for a Memphis, Tennessee newspaper, was picked up by psychologist-songwriter Milton Addington, who used it as the basis for Dickey Lee's song Laurie (Strange Things Happen). There have also been a few low-budget horror films recently released that are based on this legend.

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2. Lady Howard

Lady Howard one of England's most famous ghosts is the wicked Lady Howard, who in a phantom coach made from human bones - the bones of her four late husbands. The skeleton of a dog runs beside the coach. The story goes that each night the coach comes to Oakhampton Castle in Devonshire and the skeleton dog picks a blade of grass from Oakhampton Park to carry back to Lady Howard's family home. She has to take this journey every night until every blade of grass is picked - that is until the end of the world - as a punishment for murdering her four husbands.

When King Henry VIII wanted to marry another woman, he accused his wife, Anne Boleyn of treachery and had her beheaded. Anne's body is said to haunt the Tower of London where she spent her final hours. She has been seen as a pale figure in a grey dress, who carries her head under her arm.

Ghosts may not only be people. In 1641 the Flying Dutchman was sailing around the Cape of Good Hope on its way to Holland. Its captain was a man called Henrik Vanderdecken. A huge storm blew up but the captain was so desperate to get home that he cursed God and swore that he would sail until Doomsday rather than stop. For these words against God he was doomed to sail forever until he could find another ship's captain to accept a letter from him which begged for the Lord's forgiveness. This has never happened and it is said that any ship that comes into contact with the Flying Dutchman will suffer a terrible fate.

There are many alleged ghosts residing in places of great suffering. These include prisons, battlegrounds, hospitals and execution chambers. Spectral appearances send shivers down all our spines and we can't help but wonder.

The LORELEI (pronounced lorer-lei) is a German ghost who appears as a beautiful woman. She sits on a tall rock the banks of the river Rhine and sing a song so enchanting that sailors who hear it lose all sense of direction and steer their boats onto the rocks.

Haunted places around the world, The World's Most Haunted Places may make you a real believer in ghosts. Here is a collection of true ghost stories from the world's most haunted places. This list will have some familiar names, and some places you never expected to be haunted. Paranormal activity is an really a very international affair, and ghosts and apparitions intermingle with the living everywhere day and night. When it comes to the number and regularity of ghost sightings and unexplained events, these real haunted sites can't be beat.

A collection of history, folklore, and true ghost stories from the world's most haunted places. These Top Ten locations were voted by you our many websites visitors. And by your votes these top the list for places to visit in 2009. These locations are said to be places where the living and the dead mingle together freely.

3. Houdini

Harry Houdini (March 24, 1874 – October 31, 1926, born Ehrich Weiss was a Jewish-Hungarian-American magician and escapologist, stunt performer, actor and film producer, as well as a skeptic and investigator of spiritualists.

Harry Houdini

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In the 1920s, after the death of his beloved mother, Cecilia, he turned his energies toward debunking self-proclaimed psychics and mediums, a pursuit that would inspire and be followed by later-day conjurers. Houdini's training in magic allowed him to expose frauds who had successfully fooled many scientists and academics. He was a member of a Scientific American committee that offered a cash prize to any medium who could successfully demonstrate supernatural abilities. None were able to do so, and the prize was never collected. The first to be tested was medium George Valentine of Wilkes Barre, Pennsylvania. As his fame as a "ghostbuster" grew, Houdini took to attending séances in disguise, accompanied by a reporter and police officer. Possibly the most famous medium whom he debunked was the Boston medium Mina Crandon, also known as "Margery". Houdini chronicled his debunking exploits in his book, A Magician Among the Spirits.

Harry Houdini died of peritonitis secondary to a ruptured appendix. It has been speculated that Houdini was killed accidentally by a McGill University student, J. Gordon Whitehead, who delivered multiple blows to Houdini's abdomen (with permission) while he was in Montreal. These repetitive blows are thought to have been a stunt, in which Houdini displayed his dexterity.

The eyewitnesses were students named Jacques Price and Sam Smilovitz (sometimes called Jack Price and Sam Smiley). Their accounts generally agreed. The following is Price's description of events:
“ Houdini was reclining on his couch after his performance, having an art student sketch him. When Whitehead came in and asked if it was true that Houdini could take any blow to the stomach, Houdini replied groggily in the affirmative. In this instance, he was hit three times, before Houdini could tighten up his stomach muscles, to avoid serious injury. Whitehead reportedly continued hitting Houdini several times afterwards, and Houdini acted as though he were in some pain. ”

Houdini stated that if he had time to prepare himself properly, he would have been in a better position to take the blows.

Houdini had apparently been suffering from appendicitis for several days prior and yet refused medical treatment. His appendix would most likely have burst on its own without the trauma.[35] Although in serious pain, Houdini none-the-less continued to travel, without seeking medical attention.

When Houdini arrived at the Garrick Theater in Detroit, Michigan, on October 24, 1926, for what would be his last performance, he had a fever of 40°C (104 degrees F). Despite a diagnosis of acute appendicitis, Houdini took the stage. He was reported to have passed out during the show, but was revived and continued.

Afterwards, he was hospitalized at Detroit's Grace Hospital. Houdini died of peritonitis from a ruptured appendix at 1:26 p.m. in Room 401 on October 31 (Halloween), 1926, at the age of 52.

After taking statements from Price and Smilovitz, Houdini's insurance company concluded that the death was due to the dressing-room incident and paid double indemnity.

Every Halloween since 1927, a Séances has been held to see if legendary magician Harry Houdini would try to contact the living from the world beyond death.

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The 2006 book The Secret Life of Houdini by Kalush and Sloman has an account of Conan Doyle's involvement with the camp of "Margery" and presents personal letters showing that Conan Doyle and Mina's husband strongly believed that revenging spirits (not persons) would soon kill Houdini for hiding the "truth". The book further proposes Conan Doyle's campaign to hijack Houdini's legacy when a Spiritualist minister friend of Conan Doyle, Rev. Arthur Ford , conspired with him to bring messages from Houdini and his mother back from the grave in séances, including one on the roof of the Knickerbocker Hotel, which would further the Spiritualists' agenda. According to the book, Houdini's wife felt so depressed that she actually tried to commit suicide on the eve of the Séances. There is no mention of the fact that, twelve days after the séance, Bess Houdini wrote a moving letter to Walter Winchell, the columnist, which was published in the Graphic, denying the words she received from her deceased husband were given to Ford by herself, denying the charge Bess and Ford had conspired together to perform a publicity stunt to further their careers in the entertainment industry. She trusted Ford's reading. Neither is there any mention of the fact that the Houdini code was already widely known by the public months before the séance.

Fearing that spiritualists would exploit his legacy by pretending to contact him after his death, Houdini left his wife a secret code -- ten words chosen at random from a letter written by Conan Doyle -- that he would use to contact her from the afterlife. According to The Secret Life of Houdini, this fear of the Spiritualists was well-founded: Arthur Conan Doyle's campaign to hijack Houdini's legacy came to a head when a Spiritualist minister friend of Conan Doyle, Rev. Arthur Ford, conspired with him to bring alleged messages from Houdini and his mother back from the grave in séances. The Secret Life of Houdini alleges that Bess Houdini was ill and self-medicating with alcohol (other accounts add that she was taking pain medication after a bad fall , and Ford may have talked her into conspiring to assist him in creating the impression he had contacted Houdini's spirit. The book also states that Houdini's wife felt so depressed that she actually tried to commit suicide on the eve of the séance.

Ford claimed to have gotten other spirit messages pertaining to Houdini. In 1928, he said he had heard from Houdini's mother, who had said "forgive". However, Bess had mentioned to a reporter the previous year that an authentic message from Cecily would include this word.

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At the séance, Ford claimed to have contacted both Houdini and his deceased mother via Ford's spirit guide "Fletcher", and stated that the message received was in the pre-arranged code worked out by Houdini and Bess before Houdini's death. A brief letter supposedly signed by Bess Houdini appeared, which read in full: "Regardless of any statements made to the contrary, I wish to declare that the message, in its entirety, and in the agreed upon sequence, given to me by Arthur Ford, is the correct message pre-arranged between Mr. Houdini and myself." On January 10, 1929, New York Graphic reporter Rea Jaure filed a story entitled "Houdini Message a Big Hoax!" stating that Ford had confessed in an interview to having paid Bess Houdini for her cooperation, but Ford later claimed the interviewee was an imposter. Further muddying the waters were Bess Houdini's conflicting statements about the success of Ford's experiments; she is alleged to have written an impassioned letter to the famed columnist Walter Winchell initially defending Ford, and a New York Times article from January 15, 1929 has her responding to rumors that the code had been "leaked" in advance by stating that, "No one but her husband and herself could possibly have known the details of the code. Neither overtly nor covertly could it have been gleaned... To this argument she clung." But by March 18,1930, both the New York Times and Bess Houdini had modified their stance. "Numerous attempts to convince Mrs. Houdini that her husband is communicating through a medium were made," the Times said, "but she steadfastly denied that any of the mediums presented the clue by which she was to recognize a legitimate message."

Bess Houdini held yearly séances on Halloween for ten years after Houdini's death, but Houdini never appeared. In 1936, after a last unsuccessful séance on the roof of the Knickerbocker Hotel, she put out the candle that she had kept burning beside a photograph of Houdini since his death, later (1943) saying, "ten years is long enough to wait for any man." The tradition of holding a séance for Houdini continues by magicians throughout the world to this day; the Official Houdini séance is currently organized by Sidney H. Radner.

1936 - On October 31, 1936, Houdini's widow held the "Final Houdini séance" atop of the roof of The Knickerbocker Hotel in Hollywood, California. While Houdini did not come back, a sudden mysterious rain storm after the memorial candle had been extinguished led some press to speculate this was Houdini's way of signaling from beyond the grave. A recording of the séance was made and issued as a record album.

4. The Brown Lady of Raynham Hall

The Brown Lady is famous mostly as being one of the most reliably photographed ghost in history. Although she has not been seen since 1936, she is said to wear a long brown dress or cape. No one knows who the Brown Lady is, or how she is connected to Raynham Hall.

Raynham Hall ghost photo

Raynham Hall in Norfolk, England, is most famous for the ghost of "the Brown Lady," which was captured on film in 1936 in what is considered one of the most authentic ghost pictures ever taken.

The first sighting was reported in 1835 by a house guest, Colonel Loftus. He actually viewed her twice. He said she was wearing a brown satin dress and had only black empty sockets for eyes. Another sighting was made by Captain Frederick Marryat. He intentionally slept in the "haunted room," but instead caught a glimpse of the Brown Lady an upstairs hallway. His description was the same as Loftus', except this time the Brown Lady was carrying a lantern. Marryat happened to have a gun with him, and fired point-blank at the figure. The bullets, of course, passed right through the ghost. The ghost was not reported again until 1926, at which time it was viewed by two little boys. In 1936, the famous photograph was taken by photographers Captain Provand and Indre Shira during a shoot for the magazine -Country Life-. Shira saw the ghost on the stairs, an instructed Provand to take a picture.

5. La Llorona

La Llorona is the legend of a woman who has lost her children, and who can be heard, and sometimes seen, weeping in the night. La Llorona (the name means "She who weeps" in Spanish) is in most stories said to be Mexican, although sometimes she is a woman who lived in the American Southwest. The woman has lost her children, usually because she herself has killed them because she wants to marry a man who doesn't want any children. She is so anguished over the depressing circumstances that she kills herself as well, and is thus doomed forever to roam her native land, weeping and wringing her hands. Sometimes she is said to be searching for her children, and sometimes she is said to appear only as a warning to those who see her.

Lisa Lee Harp Waugh, The great American Necromancer And the search for the White Lady Ghost Photo. This Marshall, Texas Ghost Photo was taken in a home near the college. And that it was said to have just had a visit from the White Lady to the Mother of a Wiley student who came home after seeing the White Woman and her mother was found dead.

Lisa Lee Harp Waugh at a house on Blocker Road in Marshall, Texas, The great American Necromancer begins her search for the White Lady. Above Marshall, Texas Blocker Road real Ghost Photo. This the above Ghost Photo was taken in a home far from the college. And that it was said to have just had a visit from the White Lady to the Mother of a Wiley student who came home after seeing the White Woman and her mother was found dead.

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In the Southwest, she drowned her children in the acequia (irrigation ditch,) and now she roams the ditches looking for her, or any, children. Usually the story is told with the intentions of keeping kiddies away from the ditches, so they won't drown.

Around Mexico City in 1550 according to legend, an Indian princess fell in love with a Mexican nobleman. The nobleman promised to marry her, but betrayed her and married someone else instead. The ultimate result of this treachery is that the princess murdered her children in a fit of rage, with a knife given to her by the nobleman. Afterwards, she wandered the streets crying for her children, and was eventually hanged for her sins. Since then her ghost has been searching for her children.

6. Mary Worth - Bloody Mary

The Mary Worth (also known as Bloody Mary, Mary Margaret, etc) story is popular at sleepovers. As the story goes, a beautiful young girl named Mary Worth was in some sort of terrible accident (or occasionally the wounds are inflicted purposely by a jealous party), and her face was hideously deformed. From then on, she is shunned by other people, and she sometimes becomes a witch. Now for the scary part. Supposedly if you say Mary Worth's name three (or five, or ten... it varies) times while looking into the mirror, Mary Worth will appear and scratch your face off or kill you.

Bloody Mary The Face In The Mirror

A urban legend of sorts states: If you go into the bathroom and look into the mirror with the lights off and the room completely black, and then say 'Bloody Mary' thirteen times, a woman will appear and scratch your face off. The research into Bloody Mary goes back to 1978, when folklorist Janet Langlois published her essay on the legend. Belief in summoning the mirror-witch was even at that time widespread throughout the U.S.

HAUNTED MIRRORS

Bloody Mary The Face In The Mirror

Mary is summoned whenever young teen aged girls get together for a sleep over, but boys have been known to call on her too. The 'Bloody Mary' legend was common in the early 1970s. Typically performed the "ritual" in bathrooms, because the bathrooms of suburban homes had large mirrors and were easily darkened even during the day since they had no windows. In latter years after the release of the movie Clive Barker's Candyman (1992) calling upon him became more popular. Many do believe the Candyman's Movies premise is based on fact and try summoning him even today. > READ MORE HERE

Helen Lyle is a student who decides to write a thesis about local legends and myths. She visits a part of the town, where she learns about the legend of Cabrini Green and the Candyman, a one-armed man with a hook who appears to you in your bathroom when you say his name five times, in front of a mirror. Of course, Helen doesn't believe all this stuff, but the people of the area are really afraid. When she ignores their warnings and begins her investigation in the places that he is rumored to appear, a series of horrible murders begins.

In the 1998 movie Urban Legend, two co-eds try to summon an evil spirit by chanting 'Bloody Mary.' In an episode of television's The X Files ("Syzygy," original air date 26 January 1996), two teenage girls lure a rival for a boy's affections into the bathroom — and a "Bloody Mary" ritual — during a birthday party. They prevent her from leaving the bathroom, and the camera cuts to the rest of the partygoers downstairs, who hear a crash of breaking glass and a scream.

Mirror ... Mirror on the wall you make my skin creep and crawl. Whose the ghost that resides within... The spirtis of the dead the lost or my next of kin!

Many in the world still do believe that you should cover a mirror if someone dies in a room and their image is reflected in a mirror. As they believe that the mirror will capture the dead person’s soul, thus preventing its entry into heaven. Some old passed down oral traditions state that the Devil invented mirrors for this specific purpose.

 

7. The lady in white at Bachelor's Grove, Chicago

This small, abandoned cemetery should have faded into obscurity and probably would have if not for the 100 or so reports of eerie phenomena that have been reported there. Some have called it the most haunted place in America. The apparitions include a mysterious, phantom farmhouse with white porch pillars and a porch swing that squeaks until you approach it. There's also a pond on the grounds that legend says was a dumping ground for murdered gangsters (despite no records of bodies ever being found there). The pond is not only haunted by the restless souls of the un avenged murdered, but also by the ghost of an old farmer, who was pulled into the water by his plow horse. Of course, no haunted cemetery would be complete without its lady in white, and Bachelor's Grove has one, too. She can be seen wandering the grounds, babe in arms, on nights when the moon is full.

This photo is courtesy of Jude Huff-Felz and was taken at Bachelor's Grove Cemetery. The photo was taken by Mari Huff with high-speed, infra-red film during a daylight investigation of the site. The cemetery was empty when the photo was taken and yet the figure of this woman appeared on the developed print. Trouble began for the cemetery in the 1960's, when the road leading back to the cemetery became a popular "lover's lane". At some point, it was also discovered by vandals, who left the cemetery itself is in terrible condition, desecrated and forgotten. This became so bad that the graveyard was officially closed in 1965. Since that time, especially in the 1970's, things have gotten even worse. It is believed that satanic and occultist groups perform ceremonies here, sometimes leaving the ghastly remains of their rituals behind. Vandals have left few of the graves still standing and many tombstones have been stolen, and sometimes returned to the grounds, giving rise to legends that the grave stones sometimes move by themselves. ...http://www.prairieghosts.com/bachgrov.html

Bachelor's Grove Cemetery
This photo is courtesy of Jude Huff-Felz and was taken at Bachelor's Grove Cemetery. The photo was taken by Mari Huff with high-speed, infra-red film during a daylight investigation of the site. The cemetery was empty when the photo was taken and yet the figure of this woman appeared on the developed print. Trouble began for the cemetery in the 1960's, when the road leading back to the cemetery became a popular "lover's lane". At some point, it was also discovered by vandals, who left the cemetery itself is in terrible condition, desecrated and forgotten. This became so bad that the graveyard was officially closed in 1965. Since that time, especially in the 1970's, things have gotten even worse. It is believed that satanic and occultist groups perform ceremonies here, sometimes leaving the ghastly remains of their rituals behind. Vandals have left few of the graves still standing and many tombstones have been stolen, and sometimes returned to the grounds, giving rise to legends that the grave stones sometimes move by themselves. ...http://www.prairieghosts.com/bachgrov.html

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  • Bachelor's Grove America's Most Haunted Cemetery

    Bachelors Grove / Batchelors Grove Cemetery Chicago, Illinois .... The White Lady (Mrs. Rogers or The Madonna of Bachelor's Grove): ...
    www.hauntedamericatours.com/hauntedcemeteries/Bachelor'sGrove/
  • The Top Ten Most Haunted Cemeteries

    Bachelor's Grove Cemetery - Near Haunted Chicago: Said to be the most ..... Marshall, Texas: La Llorona - The Ghost Lady, And The Real "Woman in White" ...
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9. Marie Laveau

There is a legend that the infamous New Orleans native and Voodoo Queen Marie Laveau ( Leveaux, Lavaux, Le Veau, Levaux ) never died, that, in fact, her spirit lives on in selected female descendents in Her Secret society, and Laveau's faithful are awaiting her return. Jewell Parker Rhodes (Voodoo Dreams, Douglass's Women, Magic City) births a modern day Marie in the second book of the Marie Laveau/Voodoo trilogy, Voodoo Season: a Marie Laveau Mystery.

Marie Laveau's grave in New Orleans is visited daily by curiosity seekers and true believers of voodoo. Legend has it that you should make three "X" marks with red brick found nearby, place your hand over the marks, close your eyes, and knock hard against the tomb three times. and make your wish. From beyond the grave the spirit of Laveau is supposed to make the wish be granted.

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XXX MARKS THE SPOT: DEDICATION OR DESECRATION?

CALLING ON THE QUEEN OF THE CITY OF THE DEAD ... ( Here for more)

Apparently, still suggested by many New Orleans tourist guides that the Voodoo Queen of New Orleans still grants wishes.

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Marie Laveau † New Orleans Voodoo Queen

Marie Laveau,Laveaux, Voodoo Queen, Queen of Voodoo Marie, New Orleans Voodoo Queen Marie,LAVEAU TOMB, MARIE LAVEAU PICTURE, MARIE LAVEAU NEW ORLEANS TOMB, ...
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10. Elvis

Many fans worldwide often summon the ghost of the King himself, Elvis Presley to their Séances' . Each year Memphis is alive and ground zero for an anniversary vigil at Elvis Presley's grave. The procession, called the "Elvis Candlelight Vigil," draws several thousand Elvis fans who line up in the street in front of Graceland for a single-file procession up a long, winding driveway to his grave in a small garden.

The Real Haunted Painting of Elvis On Velvet

The Ghost Of Elvis Presley

" My Velvet Elvis Presley is really Haunted by a ghost." "You Know The King of Rock 'n' Roll" says Debbie Jacobs . " I bought it when I went to Graceland A few Months ago." And every time I leave the house it falls off the wall." "My Boyfriend has checked the painting that he calls "The Hillbilly Cat" several times before we leave the house and he says it is up their sturdy and cannot fall off." "But as soon as we get home there it is again resting on the back of my blue suede sofa." So last week I took it off the wall before we left." When we got home it was back up hanging on the wall!" "No one can get into my house I have a Serviced burglar Alarm. I called the company and they said from monitoring it it was not shut off at any time nor were the beams broken and the alarm never sounded.... I looked at the calendar and it was January 8th his Birthday!" "I hate to see what will happen on – August 16th !

... Velvet Elvis Ghost Painting Sent to us By Brenda Roget

Could It be, Elvis' Ghost Still Roams Graceland?

Here is a creepy story. My husband's cousin lived in Memphis, actually working at the hospital where Elvis was pronounced dead. Now, Elvis is not of my generation or musical taste -- but my husband, my small daughter at the time (Scarlet) decided to go visit Graceland. We were walking down the hall where all of his costumes and awards are displayed and suddenly my three-year-old daughter has DISAPPEARED! We looked could not find her... I freaked out a bit, and they closed all of the doors to Graceland to do a search, fearing she was abducted. (It was amazing how quick they did the "shutdown.") We finally found Scarlet outside at Elvis's grave and monument. She was playing and talking to herself. When we asked Scarlet why she ran off, she explained a very nice man in a white suit had taken her by the hand and "showed her things" around the house. This man then led her outside to the white monument and fountain and "disappeared." Scarlet is now seventeen and I have asked her if she can remember what the man looked like and she says she cannot remember anything about that day at all. Elvis's ghost? He loved little children and so this is very possible. No one else fits the description of a man in a white suit from that afternoon.

... Susan Sheppard Of Haunted Parkersburg Ghost Tours, West Virginia

 

Elvis' Ghost Has Entered The Building

SÉANCE .... From Memphis to Nashville, yes Elvis' ghost is very busy. ... Many of these groups of fans have stated that Elvis' ghost sometimes shows up. ...
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Honorable Notable Mention Of The Most Sought After Ghost Of the Past And Present At Séances.

When people usually sit around the house playing with Ouija Boards or holding afternoon or midnight Séances. Often they usually run down a list of individuals who's secrets from beyond the grave have not been discovered.

This list Below represents the ghosts that many world wide try to call up at these Séances. In order of Popularity.

 

Michael Jackson the king of Pop to date is fast becoming the most sought after ghost in America and around the world.

Black Cloud

Lizzy Borden

James Dean

Henry The VIII

Orson Wells

Robert E. Lee

Lincoln

Richard Trenton Chase

Jack The Ripper

Rasputin

Edgar Allen Poe

Bela Lougisi

Eve Perone

Lady Di

Jon Belushi

Mussolini

Adolph Hitler

John Lennon

Einstein

Delphine Lalaurie

Marilyn Monroe

Rudolph Valentino

Edgar Cayce

Johnny Ramone

Ameila Earhart

Lee Harvey Oswald

D.B. Cooper

Mama Cass Elliot

Jack Ruby

Jim Morrison

Brian Jones

Kurt Corbain

Big Booper - Richie Valens - Buddy Holly

Huey P. Long

Anton Lavey

Anna Nicole Smith

Salena

Brian Picolo

Agnes Morehead

Jayne Mansifield

Ricky Nelson

Judy Garland

Bette Davis

Freddie Mercury

Janis Joplin

Julius Ceaser

George Reves

Winston Churchill

Thomas Edison

Jimi Hendrix

Bell Witch

King Hamlets Fathers Ghost

Hans Holzer

Salvadore Dali

Keith Moon

Ghrahm Chapman

The Dafeo Family

Billy The Kid

Bonnie and Clyde

John Dillenger

John Wilkes Booth

Satan

Jimmy Hoffa

Captain Kangeroo

Mr. Hooper

Bruce Lee

Heath Ledger

Al Lewis

Molly Sudgen

Divine

Aliester Crowley

Peter Cushing

Vincent Price

Sammy Davis Jr.

General Custer

Tommy Boyce

Elzabeth Short

George Harrison

Kerry Von Erich

Howard Hughes

Mary Todd Lincoln

Sarah Willian Winchester

Chris and Nancy Benoit

Richard Pryor

Liberachi

The Fox Sisters

 

 

The term "mediumship" denotes the ability of a person (the medium) to experience what they or others believe is contact with spirits of the dead, angels, demons or other immaterial entities. The role of the medium is to attempt to facilitate communication with spirits who have messages to share with non-mediums.

Mediums claim the abilities to listen to and relate conversations with spirit voices; go into a trance and speak without knowledge of what is being said; allow a spirit to control their body and speak through it; relay messages from the spirits to those who wish to contact them with the help of a physical tool, such as a writing instrument.

Mediumship is also part of the belief system of some New Age groups. In this context, and under the name channelling, it refers to a medium who claims to receive messages from a "teaching-spirit".

In some cultures, mediums (or the spirits they claim are working with them) claim to be able to produce physical paranormal phenomena such as materialisations of spirits, apports of objects, or levitation.

Attempts to communicate with the dead and other spirits have been documented back to early human history. One of the most well-known is the story Witch of Endor, who was said to have raised the spirit of the deceased prophet Samuel to allow the Hebrew king Saul to question his former mentor about an upcoming battle, as related in the First book of Samuel in the Jewish Tanakh (the Old Testament).

Mediumship became quite popular in the United States after the rise of Spiritualism as a religious movement. Modern Spiritualism is said to date to the mediumistic activities of the Fox sisters in New York state 1848. The trance mediums Paschal Beverly Randolph and Emma Hardinge Britten were among the most celebrated lecturers and authors on the subject in the mid 1800s. Mediumship was also described by Allan Kardec, who coined the term Spiritism, around 1860 .

After the exposure of the fraudulent use of stage magic tricks by physical mediums such as the Davenport Brothers, mediumship fell into disrepute, although it never ceased being used by people who believed that the dead can be contacted.

From the 1930s through the 1990s, as psychical mediumship became less practiced in Spiritualist churches, the technique of channelling gained in popularity, and books by channellers who claimed to relate the wisdom of non-corporeal and non-terrestrial teacher-spirits became best-sellers amongst believers.

Some mediums claim a spirit guide is a highly evolved spirit with the sole purpose of helping the medium develop and use their skills . The mediums claim they assist in following their spiritual path. Other mediums claim a spirit guide is one who brings other spirits to a medium's attention or carries communications between a medium and the spirits of the dead . Many mediums claim to have specific guides who regularly work with them and "bring in" spirits of the dead . Some mediums claim that spirits of the dead will communicate with them directly without the use of a spirit guide . The relationship between the medium and the guide may be providential, or it may be based on family ties. In 1958, the English-born Spiritualist C. Dorreen Phillips wrote of her experiences with a medium at Camp Chesterfield, Indiana: "In Rev. James Laughton's seances there are many Indians. They are very noisy and appear to have great power. The little guides, or doorkeepers, are usually Indian boys and girls who act]as messengers who help to locate the spirit friends who wish to speak with you." Then, describing the mediumship of Rev. Lillian Dee Johnson of Saint Petersburg, Florida, she noted, "Mandy Lou is Rev. Johnson's guide. She was, on earth, a slave to Rev. Johnson's grandmother.

Notable deceased mediums include: Clifford Bias, Helena Petrovna Blavatsky, Emma Hardinge Britten, Edgar Cayce, George Chapman, Andrew Jackson Davis, Jeane Dixon, Elizabeth "Betty" Grant, Daniel Dunglas Home, Richard Ireland, M. Lamar Keene, Dada Lekhraj, Eusapia Palladino, Leonora Piper, Paschal Beverly Randolph, Jane Roberts, Stanisława Tomczyk and Chico Xavier.

Notable living mediums include: Derek Acorah, Rosemary Altea, Marisa Anderson, Sathya Sai Baba, Sylvia Browne, Allison DuBois, John Edward, Danielle Egnew, Divaldo Pereira Franco, Colin Fry, Blossom Goodchild, Esther Hicks, J. Z. Knight, James Van Praagh, Gary Spivey, Tony Stockwell, David Wells, and Lisa Williams.

In a documentary broadcasted on TVNZ in 2008, three psychic mediums from Australia and New Zealand, Kelvin Cruickshank, Deb Webber and Sue Nicholson, armed only with photographs of the victims of unsolved murders, and purportedly no prior knowledge of the cases, helped police detectives and a team of investigators, by communicating with the spirits of the victims to uncover details of their life and death. The team of investigators followed up the psychics’ leads and came up with information about the killers and whereabouts of victims' remains.

In 1976, M. Lamar Keene, a medium in Florida and at the Spiritualist Camp Chesterfield in Indiana, confessed in his book The Psychic Mafia, to defrauding the public. Keene detailed a multitude of common techniques utilized by mediums to conjure spirits.

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