Old Tyme Paranormal News

  • The St. Louis Witch Murder
    11:28 AM

    Many people believe that women being murdered for being a “witch” ended once the Salem Witchcraft Trials were over. Unfortunately, it did not and it still goes on around the world to this day. This is only one of those

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  • The Glow-in-the-dark Werewolf… maybe
    11:20 PM

    The cold December nights of 1913 seem filled with a strange creature which only served to chill the blood of citizens in the Bronx more than usual. Some newspaper accounts labelled the creature a “Werewolf” and parents were told, by

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  • The Strange Saginaw Spook House
    3:20 PM

    In the latter-half of the 1800’s newspapers in Saginaw, Michigan began reporting stories of a house which seemed, to the citizenry, to be haunted. For years families which moved into the location were allegedly “driven” from the house by encounters

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  • Fifty-Thousand Dollars for a Ghost
    6:43 PM

    Long before James Randi’s million-dollar psychic challenge, a wealthy South American mining tycoon offered $50,000 for any substantial “proof” of the afterlife. Buying a Ghost Remez de Romaldo was a well-to-do businessman in the early 1900’s and his wife was

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  • Bayonne Bound Bus Bumps Boo
    6:54 PM

    The (very)old jokes goes, “There is always one weirdo on a bus, so if you get on a bus and don’t see one, the weirdo is you.” Well in the Spring of 1922 riders on a bus traveling from Jersey

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  • Professor Pickering’s Prehistoric Aliens
    11:06 PM

    Since scientists now know everything and since the whole universe and all of the cosmos has been scientifically explained reality can seem pretty boring*. But, a hundred years ago when scientists were questioning reality, history and their own beliefs they

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  • Get Well Soon – Lipenstick’s Ghost
    7:50 PM

    In 1922, after seven years of ghostly experiences, the owners of a property made a grisly discovery. Carl Logies, who had only owned the farm less than a year had heard stories surrounding his property before he bought it. He

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  • Governor Discovers Bee-Man
    1:12 PM

    On November 4, 1913, Governor of Missouri Elliott W. Major, St. Louis, Democratic National Committeeman Edward F. Goltra and millionaire manufacturer; Mayor Rolla Rothwell of Moberly, Missouri teamed with dozens of other men and over 100 hunting dogs which all

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  • A Psychic Goes to Court
    10:07 PM

    Ben Bruce knew his house was haunted. He also was fairly sure the house he owned across the street was haunted too. There could be only one solution – he would hire a clairvoyant ghost hunter and have her remove

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