1. Tombstone Thunderbird

    The Town Too Tough to Die is a town of legends, but did you also know it's a town with its own, strange mystery too?

    On April 26, 1890, the Tombstone Epitaph (Links to Library of Congress Archive) ran a story one would hardly begin to believe was true... yet the story of the Tombstone Thunderbird has endured over 100 years. The story as printed in the paper reads as follows:

    A Strange Winged Monster Discovered and Killed on the Huachuca
  2. The Not-So-Famous Earp Brother

    Any Arizonan worth their salt has heard of Morgan, Virgil, and Wyatt Earp (If you haven't heard of them, let's fix that!)-- but have you ever heard of Warren Baxter Earp? There's a reason for that. He was the youngest Earp brother, and he was known for trying to emulate Wyatt. Like his brothers, Warren was also the typical lawman type of that era; but what I've heard about this brother is that he came off too cocky and over-confident, and he picked fights he couldn't handle and had to be bailed ...

    Updated 06-06-2018 at 10:05 PM by Jadewik (Forgot to write what happened to Boyett)

  3. La Laurie House, New Orleans, LA

    Probably one of the most tragic and gruesome stories that lead to a haunting is the one that clouds the building known as the LaLaurie House. The house is located at 1140 Royal Street, and is still there-- though it is said to have been owned at one time by purveyor of the occult, Nicholas Cage.

    The legend is that Dr. Louis LaLaurie and Madam Delphine LaLaurie dreadfully abused their servants-- sometimes going so far as human torture or medically experimenting on them in an attic ...
  4. The Burying Point Cemetery- Salem, MA

    Salem, MA is notorious for the 1692 Witch Trials presided by Judge Hathorne, the "hanging judge" of his time. The story, made famous by Arthur Miller's play "The Crucible" highlights some of the drama that happened in the short period of time when Puritans accused their friends, family, and neighbors of practicing witchcraft-- first starting as an innocent lark and then erupting into a horrible display of greed and corruption-- until someone finally had the guts to say STOP! ...
  5. Famous Graves: St. Louis Cemetery No. 1-- New Orleans, LA

    This is a continuation of the previous post, but these are some of the more famous graves located in New Orleans' St. Louis Cemetery No. 1.

    Below: Marie LaVeau-- Heard of her? If you haven't you should read up on her! She's the VooDoo Queen of New Orleans. The triple-X's on her grave and gifts are considered vandalism, but that doesn't stop people from writing on the grave in the hopes of being granted their heart's desire from the GRAVE!

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