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One of the most famous ghost trains of all time was Abe Lincoln’s burial train, which took him home for burial in April 1865.  It’s also been referred to as “Lincoln’s Phantom Train”, and is one of the most intriguing supernatural events in American history.

Close to the southwestern suburb of Midlothian is RubioWoods Forest Preserve. This little secluded area of trees sits in the very urbanized sprawl of Chicago.

President Abraham Lincoln's casket laying in state at the Ohio Statehouse in Columbus, Ohio on April 29, 1865.

President Abraham Lincoln's casket laying in state at the Ohio Statehouse in Columbus, Ohio on April This is not the coffin (unless he'd been flattened). This is the catafalque on which the coffin sat.

Athens Lunatic Asylum (OH). On December 1, 1978, a patient named Margaret Schilling disappeared from one of the active wards. On January 12, 1979, they found her body in the abandoned top floor of ward N. 20. The official cause of death was heart failure. Her body left a stain on the floor... After her death they tried cleaning the body stain, but the stain would just reappear and is still visible to this day.

On December a female patient named Margaret Schilling disappeared from one of the active wards.

just outside of Houston, Texas, is a neighborhood filled with upscale homes and manicured lawns. In the early 1980s, Sam and Judith Haney settled in at the far western edge of the development. Sam described it as their dream home:   “When we bought the house in Newport, it was the house that we had always been looking for. So, it was the house that we intended to stay at for a long period of time.”   But there was a morbid secret about the Haney’s perfect home, one that s

The Black Hope Curse and Haunting, Disturbed graves in a Texas sub-division cause a scary haunting.

This is the former home of Dr. Samuel A. Mudd, who became infamous for setting the broken leg of John Wilkes Booth the night after the assassin had shot President Lincoln on April 14, 1865.  In fact it was Dr. Mudds fall from grace after his conviction for aiding Booth's escape that we get the phrase, Your name is Mudd, for someone who has fallen out of favor. Via Piedmont Fossil.

This is the former home of Dr. Samuel A. Mudd, who became infamous for setting the broken leg of John Wilkes Booth the night after the assassin had shot President Lincoln on April

One of the most shocking Poltergeist cases of recent times, a family was disturbed and terrified by a series of apparitions. The poltergeist activity took place in the late 1970's and early 1980's, and became known as the Berini Haunting.  What began as a benign but remarkable haunting, escalated into terrifying poltergeist activity, makes this one of the most remarkable cases of paranormal activity in recent American history. The real name of the family involved has been kept secret…

One of the most shocking Poltergeist cases of recent times, a family was disturbed and terrified by a series of apparitions. The poltergeist activity took place in the late and early and became known as the Berini Haunting.

Investigation: Lincoln Academy.  I have been here.  The remains of the foundation give the land a lost, almost sad, feeling.  I have walked the entire side where the school once was.  I ventured across the road to the remains of the old shed and further to the graveyard.  All in the daylight.  One day, I hope to go back at night.

Investigation: Lincoln Academy

Lincoln Academy The senseless abduction and brutal murder of Kathleen Smiley and Lincoln Academy has haunted our lives through memory, and our.

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