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We are dedicated to bringing you the latest paranormal news, ghost stories and the best in haunted travels across America. Not to mention, just some really good writing by the HGC staff. Once we stopped patting ourselves on the back; we realized, why not make this an interactive forum for our awesome fans? Tell us about your haunted places, ghost stories, paranormal experiences, haunted travels, or really anything you might want to see here. We may just put it up here for the world to see!




Real Halloween Scares: Haunted Attractions Reported to be Haunted

Real Halloween Scares

It’s almost that time of year again when the leaves start changing and crisp mornings and cooler evenings become the norm. There’s a certain sense in the air almost like the spirit world and ours have become one. That’s right folks, fall is here and that means Halloween is just around the corner. It’s the perfect time to get your scare on at the annual haunted house circuit but be careful of what you wish for because at some of these haunts you may get more then what you bargained for. We did a little research and compiled a list of haunted houses that also have some paranormal activity to boot. Read more

Ghosts of Oliver Springs, TN

Haunted Harvey's Furniture

For over 70 years, this former coalmining town has been faced with haunting memories of the murder of two sisters who were supposedly shot and killed by their 16-year-old errand boy. Read more


HGC’s Sneak Peek: The Temperance Building

Temperance Building

HGC was invited to an exclusive media only event, to investigate The Temperance Building before its grand opening for public investigations. We are going to give you the low down on why this spooky place should be on your paranormal checklist. Read more


The Most Famous Haunting in the U.S. That You May Never Have Heard Of

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I credit my interest in the paranormal to a book I read when I was a kid called, “America’s Very Own Ghost,” by Daniel Cohen. One of the stories in that book is the legend of the Bell Witch. Arguably the most famous report of a poltergist that tormented the Bell family dating back to the early 1800s. Read more


The Old Birmingham Public Library Hauntings

Birmingham Library

The library was built in 1927 and was used up until 1984; this was when the new library was built across the street. The building is now know as the Linn-Henley Research Library and is used for archives and government documents. Back in the 1950s, Fant Thornley was the director of the library. He was known as a tireless worker, a lover of rare books and thought to have been most comfortable when he was in his beloved library. Although Fant died suddenly of a heart attack in 1970, some people who believe his spirit still roams the halls of the old library. Read more


The Paulding Light, Ghostly Phenomena in Michigan’s U.P.

Paulding Light

Thousands of vacationers visiting the North Woods of Wisconsin and the Upper Peninsula of Michigan have found themselves in the same situation over the years. Parked at the edge of a dead-end road, surrounded by miles and miles of trees, hills and well pretty much nothing else. They all congregate here for one reason, a chance to see the mysterious Paulding Light, a phenomenon that has been baffling people since the 1960’s. Ripley’s Believe it or Not once offered $100,000 to anyone who could explain the mystery. Read more


Seven Sure-Fire Ways to confirm your House is Haunted

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That bump in the night or that shadow that you caught out of the corner of your eye, might just be what you think it is. So your house may potentially be haunted, but your still not quite sure. Well, we are about to discuss a few things you can do to catch your casper! Then, what you can do once your suspicions have been confirmed. Read more


A Ghost Town in the Great Smoky Mountains

I closed my eyes and imagined what it must have been like in the good ole days.  I could almost smell the barbeque and see the children playing as I walked through “ Millionaires Row”. Affectionately dubbed that for the cabins built along the Little River by Knoxville socialites starting back in the early 1900s. 

There was even a lodge out there at one time.  The Wonderland Hotel was the only lodge ever built in the park.  Not much remains but a staircase and a plaque.  The only thing left of these summer retreats is the shell of what used to be beautiful homes in a wonderful location.  This place used to have thousands of visitors at any given time.  Now it sits deserted. Read more


Chicago’s Very own Haunted Cemetery

Bachelors Grove Cemetery

It was a cool fall evening.  The wind blew just enough to take what was left of the leaves and shuffle them around on the forest floor, creating an eerie sound throughout the woods.  There was just enough moonlight shining through the clouds to show me what I was about to get myself into. Definitely the perfect weather to do some ghost hunting.  I stood at the beginning of the path that used to be known as Bachelors Grove Road.  Now it is the start of the trail that leads you through the woods to Bachelors Grove Cemetery. Read more


San Diego Haunts on the Cheap….Or not!

Whaley House

Let me just start out by saying, I love San Diego.  The place is beautiful!  The weather is amazing.  The beaches are awesome. The food is delish.  The people are cool.  Life is good!  If you’ve never been, I highly recommend you put this place near the top of the bucket list.

Now I know what your thinking.  Yeah, San Diego is a wonderful destination but that place isn’t cheap.  I know, I know!  Well I’m about to show you that you can explore all that haunted San Diego has to offer without breaking the bank.  We’ll also throw in a few extras for those fortunate people who have a little extra cash to blow. Read more


Lincoln Cultural Center Investigation in Lincoln, NC

Lincoln Cultural Center

We really enjoyed this investigation. The Lincoln Cultural Center is a beautiful building and Cathy Davis, the Executive Director, is one of the nicest people you will ever meet. After Cathy showed us around some of the hotspots and gave us a history of the ghostly activity, we set up in the rehearsal hall until we could begin the investigation. During that time we did notice that the motion sensor lights in the art gallery seemed to be going off on their own. Jeff, an investigator, also heard what sounded like running coming from above on the third floor. Not much thought was put into the running sound, until we heard the same noise again at the start of the investigation. Read more


Ghost Hunting with Knoxville's Investigators of the Supernatural

Temperance Building

The HGC crew was featured in the Metro Pulse for the October 2012 Issue. Click here to read the story.