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Biloxi
Pascagoula River

The section of the Pascagoula River that passes near Biloxi is known as the Singing River because of a mysterious buzzing sound emanating
from its depths. It is said that the melodious siren call of an ancient water goddess issues from deep in the river and is joined by the low,
humming sound of hundreds of other voices. The phenomenon has been witnessed by hundreds of people and is most pronounced during August,
September, and October. Biloxi is the name of an Indian tribe that lived here for hundreds of years. They worshipped a mermaid deity and built a
temple for their ceremonies. In 1569, Catholic missionaries forced the Indians to destroy the temple and recant their Pagan beliefs. According to
legend, the mermaid goddess rose from the river and called her people to join her rather than accept Christian doctrines. In a single day, ever
man, woman, and child in the tribe stepped into the river and drowned. Archeological evidence confirms the mass extinction, although most
scholars believe it was at the hands of an enemy tribe. That does not explain the sighting by a scuba diver swimming in the water off Biloxi in
1988. He swears he encountered a creature half-fish, half-woman, with flowing hair and unmistakable human breasts.

The Pascagoula Rivers empties into the gulf between New Orleans and Biloxi. The Singing River section is located off US highway 90 between
Biloxi and Mobile, Alabama. The best place to listen is off the highway near Gautier.


Hauck, Dennis. Haunted Places: Ghost abodes, sacred sites, UFO landings, and other supernatural locations. New York: Penguin Book, 1994.

 

Columbus
Errolton

Miss Nellie Weaver, the daughter of the man who built this house in 1848, returned from the grave to put her mark on it. After she was married in
1878, she used her diamond ring to inscribe her name on a parlor window. Nellie said that she loved the house so much that she never wanted to
be forgotten by it. She lived in the house until she was eighty, when she died from the burns suffered when her dress caught fire from sparks from
a fireplace in the rear parlor. The house fell into disrepair but was renovated in the 1950's. Unfortunately, workmen smashed the window that Nellie had inscribed. Several years late, the new owner, Mrs. Errodline Bateman, was astonished when she lifted the parlor shades and found N-E-L-L-I- E etched into the windowpane. The ghost of Nellie had returned to inscribe her name exactly as it had appeared to many years before.

Columbus is in east central Mississippi, at the junction of US Highway 45 and 82, Errolton Mansion is a private residence.


Hauck, Dennis. Haunted Places: Ghost abodes, sacred sites, UFO landings, and other supernatural locations. New York: Penguin Book, 1994.

 

Natchez
Devil's Punch Bowl

A sinister presence here is mysteriously linked with the Mississippi River. Devil's Punch Bowl is a giant depression in the bluff's over-looking the
river, a geological abnormality for which there is no scientific explanation. Considerable treasure hunting has take place at the center of the basin,
where pirate and outlaw gold is reputedly buried. At one time it was the hideout of the treacherous John Murrell gang.

Natchez is in the southwest corner of Mississippi, at the junction of US highway 61 and 84/98. The Devil's Punch Bowl is the larger of two gigantic
sinks in the cliffs above Natchez, about one mile north of the city. Information on sites around Natchez is available from the Natchez Convention
and Visitor's Bureau, 311 Liberty Road, Natchez, MS 39120. Phone: 601-446-6345.


Hauck, Dennis. Haunted Places: Ghost abodes, sacred sites, UFO landings, and other supernatural locations. New York: Penguin Book, 1994.

 

 

 

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