What did you do Maria Marimacha?
We start our story in the woods, the type of woods you would find almost anyplace. However, these wood held a secret there was a darkness about them that unless you listened closely you would not hear it.
Helen’s Bridge is located at 201 Beaucatcher Road in Asheville North Carolina. There are many different stories that surround Helen’s Bridge, but the one thing they have in common is a woman named Helen who found her untimely death near or on that bridge. The arched bridge is made from quarried stone and was built in 1909 to provide access to the nearby Zealandia Castle.
Known as the Niagara of the South, Cumberland Falls is located in Corbin Kentucky. The falls is 125 feet wide and has an average drop distant of 68 feet. It's also the only place in the Western Hemisphere where the majestic moonbow can be seen at night. The falls has been featured in some amazing movies including, The Kentuckian with Burt Lancaster, Raintree County with Elizabeth Taylor and Fire Down Below with Steven Seagal.
I was born in Middlesboro Kentucky and spent much of my life in the small town of Jellico Tennessee. For as long as my memory serves I recall hearing the haunting story of a young girl named Mary. In fact, this was the very story that sparked my fascination in the paranormal world.
Every city, every town seems to have a creepy legend. And my small hometown of Burlington, Connecticut is no exception to this.
One of the most formative memories of my life is the pilot episode of Ripley's Believe it or Not!, which featured a scary-as-hell old television actor named Jack Palance, who had a weird, craggy, ominous air about him. The show itself began with some amusing animations and a weird, jazzy, yet undeniably creepy theme, wherein a melody blown on trumpet seemed to be most prominent, (it still puts me in the mind of snake-charming), and the images held the promise that frogs could lift barbells. I probably watched it in the run down, slightly smelly upstairs apartment of an aunt I no longer speak with.
This is a list of urban legends. An urban legend, myth, or tale is a modern genre of folklore. It often consists of fictional stories associated with the macabre, superstitions and other fear generating narrative elements. Urban legends are often rooted in local history and popular culture.
In the small town of Port Louis, Mauritius, there are very few people walking the streets after 5 PM. Everything is in a standstill, doors are closed and only the street lights offers some hope.
ON A DARK AND MOON FILLED NIGHT, AN EERIE SILENCE FILLED
I know that my readers are of inquiring minds, and I would not have it any other way. But I need you to understand: the specifics are not important. It’s not about where it happened, or when, or even the name of the Old Man. The wings were the first sign, but they are far from the last.
For over 100 years, people claim to have seen the ghost of a woman named Grace Brown. She was murdered at the Big Moose Lake many years ago. People have reported seeing her ghost roaming the shore of the lake while others claim to have seen a ghostly woman drowning in the lake. So, what happened to Grace Brown and why are people still fascinated by her?