Wednesday, August 29, 2012

Warehouse on the Canal

L_1246This seemingly quaint building on Canal Street in Canal Fulton is a one-stop shop for practically all of your needs: antiques, collectibles, artwork, hair salon, restaurant and....ghosts.
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Friday, August 17, 2012

True Life Paranormal Experiences


This category will become an article written by one of our DBA’s; however, until such time, we are posting some personal experience sites that we have found on the Internet.

Tuesday, August 14, 2012

Baron Woolen Mill Information


One of the new locations we will be researching for the database is the Baron Woolen Mill.
Below is a snippet form a website I found about the location.

Sunday, August 12, 2012

Ghost Tours of Dallas

home_page_01Join us as we embark on a 90-minute guided tour of downtown Dallas' infamous West End Historic District. Learn of the many chilling legends, myths, and ghastly deeds that lie beneath the compelling twists and turns of the District's dark history.
This acclaimed walking tour is the only tour that gives you access to enter and explore one of Dallas' oldest and most haunted buildings.

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Thursday, August 9, 2012

Zoar Village

682LFounded by the German religious dissenters called the Society of Separatists of Zoar in 1817 as a communal society, Zoar today is an island of Old-World charm in east-central Ohio.
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Wednesday, August 8, 2012

Cleveland Agora Theater


Henry LoConti Sr. opened the first Agora on February 27, 1966 near the campus of Case Western Reserve University in Cleveland. His concept of promoting live entertainment for young adults was an instant success, and audiences outgrew both the building and the neighborhood almost immediately.

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Wednesday, August 1, 2012

Millermore Mansion


The Millermore Mansion is located in the Dallas Heritage Village. The village is situated in a place called Old City Park that has a collection of historic buildings and homes that visitors can tour. One of those historic buildings is called the Millermore Mansion. The Millermore Mansion is named after the family that lived in the home for over one hundred years. In 1855, a man named William Brown Miller constructed the mansion and finished the completion just as the Civil War broke out. William Brown Miller was one of the most prosperous cotton planters and slave-owners in the Antebellum South.

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