Haunted History

Your Mothers Eyes

“Quiet,” they bark at the boy chained to the corner of the room. His face dawns blood, dried upon his cheeks, welled from his recently emptied eye sockets. “Momma,” he cries. “I said quiet, boy,” they demand once more. “You don’t want me to kill her, do you?” they threaten, hovering a peculiar knife over […]

Top 3 Haunted Places in Maine

Top 3 Haunted Places in Maine Grab a lobster roll with your friends and cruise through the dense Maine wilderness. If you’re looking for more of an adventure away from the traditional tourist traps of Maine, be sure to add the following locations to your road trip itinerary. DISCLAIMER: Remember to receive proper permission before […]

Apache Death Cave

In 1878 alongside the Little Colorado River, a Navajo encampment was attacked by a collection of Apache raiders. The planned attack by the Apache left most Navajo men, women, and children dead. As the Apache were looting the encampment, they came across three women whose lives were spared but were taken as prisoners.  Navajo leaders […]

The Amityville Horror House

Addressed in the 1977 book, this home was built in 1927 at 112 Ocean Ave. The book was focused on the fictional happenings after DeFeo Jr. relentlessly murdered his family. Since the murders, the home has been owned by five different families. In 2010, the waterfront home of three-stories sold for an impressive $950,000. The […]


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Inside an elevator shaft at an abandoned asylum. (Above.)

John Marrows

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With an interest in the unknown and disbelief in the afterlife, I actively seek out opportunities to test my worldview by exploring abandoned and paranormal hotspots. Join me, if you dare!

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