Paranormal Investigation at the Haunted Shrewsbury Prison


In the unsuspecting town of Shrewsbury, England lies the remnants of a prison that is said to be one of the most haunted places in the United Kingdom. Her Majesty’s Shrewsbury Prison sits upon endless tunnels and corridors of what remains of the former Georgian era prison that once stood in its place.   The original Georgian era prison was built in 1793, though it wouldn’t stick around long, following severe overcrowding and declining conditions […]

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Haunting of The Bellaire House, Ohio

Ohio, USA

Nestled along the banks of the Ohio River sits a house, that not many would pick as being one of the most haunted locations in the United States. The Bellaire House has become an infamous place, rumored to be filled with ghosts, demons and even portals to other realms. The house was built by Jacob Heatherington and his wife Eliza in 1847. Being constructed near the site of a fatal mining accident that claimed 42 […]

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Ghosts of the Haunted Oxford Prison

Oxford, England

The Oxford Castle is a foreboding fortress nestled in the heart of England’s Oxfordshire, that not only once served as a stronghold, but also as one of the most notorious prisons in medieval England. Harsh conditions faced by inmates, royal rivalries and executions have left an imprint in time that has led many to consider Oxford Castle to be one of the most haunted places in the United Kingdom. The castle itself is over 1000 […]

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Haunting of the Farrar Elementary School, Iowa

Iowa, USA

In a remote part of Iowa sits the old Farrar Elementary School. A building that has long been disused and now remains surrounded by legend. The school building was constructed in 1921 and opened to students on April Fool’s Day 1922. The school would function as a K-12 for many years before becoming an elementary school. Eventually, with dwindling population numbers from the surrounding area, the school was to close. Forever ceasing class in 2001. […]

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The Haunted Steelhouse Lane Lockup, Birmingham

Birmingham, England

Birmingham’s Steelhouse Lane Lock-up is an old prison dating to the 1890s. The facility closed in 2016 and today holds the West Midland’s Police Museum. During its operational years the prison acted more as a remand center, holding prisoners for short time periods while they were processed through the court system, which was conveniently adjoined to the prison via an underground tunnel. It is rumored to have seen over one million prisoners pass through its […]

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Horror and Haunting of the Villisca Axe Murder House

Villisca, Iowa, USA

Sometime during the early hours of the morning on June 10th 1912, 2 adults and 6 children were brutally murdered in their beds while they slept in this humble home, today notoriously known as the Villisca Axe Murder House. The Moore family, who lived in the home, consisting of husband and wife Josiah and Sara, as well as their four children Herman, Katherine, Boyd and Paul had all attended a church event the evening prior […]

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Haunted Hellfire Caves – The REAL Hellfire Club

West Wycombe, England

Many fans of Netflix’s Stranger Things may not realize that the Hellfire Club was actually a real secret society that existed during the 18th century. Possibly an inspiration for the writers, the actual Hellfire Club has a much darker and sinister place in history than the innocent Dungeons and Dragons fan club depicted on the show – The real Hellfire Club is shrouded in darkness, mystery, superstition and rumors of cult-like rituals, satanic worship and […]

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Haunting of the USS North Carolina Battleship

Wilmington, North Carolina, USA

The USS North Carolina, today sits permanently docked in Wilmington, and is described by many as being one of the most haunted places in the state. Construction on the ship spanned from 1937 to 1941 and following attacks on Pearl Harbor the USS North Carolina was officially sent out to battle. The ship was built for speed and became well decorated during WWII, participating in every major naval offensive move in the Pacific area. However, […]

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