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Cursed Lemp Mansion Reveals its Secrets Beer, boom, bust, suicides, hauntings

William Sr. and Julia Lemp raised eight children (a ninth died at birth) in a majestic lifestyle befitting local royalty. William’s fourth and “favorite” son, Fredrick, was groomed to lead the business into the next century in conjunction with three older brothers, all trained in the art and business of brewing. But the hard working Frederick’s health took a turn for the worse, and in 1901, after what seemed to be an encouraging upswing in his condition, the 28 year-old died suddenly of heart failure.

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Talking Haunted Benton Family Farm with Christopher Saint Booth, Brian Cano on After Hours AM/America’s Most Haunted Radio

Tonight on a star-studded edition of After Hours AM/America’s Most Haunted Radio — Thursdays 9-11pE with hosts Joel Sturgis and Eric Olsen — we talk with SPOOKED TV’s Christopher Saint Booth and Brian Cano of SCARED! and Haunted Collector about the upcoming paranormal fundraiser for the Benton Family Farm in Walton, Kentucky. Christopher and Brian will be headlining a Ghost Hunting Trilogy on July 16 covering paranormal investigation from the perspective of Science (Brian), History (Christopher), and Spiritual (mediums Melinda Carver, Debbie Mitchell Warren, Barbe Saint John). Christopher and Brian will join us in 10pE hour – at 9pE Joel and Eric will cover the paranormal news and Kirsten Klang will read your real ghost stories!

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Are “Bad Seeds” a Thing? Nature vs nurture

But, even with all these negatives, sociopaths aren’t hopeless cases. They can, and do, learn. They can, and do, benefit from consistent positive influences. They can, and often do, feel tremendous remorse for their actions after they’ve grown and fully realized the pain they’ve caused. That’s what has made my work so rewarding all these years. However, the same cannot be said for Bad Seed psychopaths.

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What Really Happened in the Enfield Poltergeist Case? How close to the real thing is THE CONJURING 2?

The Enfield Poltergeist case is one the most famous modern hauntings. It allegedly started in August, 1977. Single parent Peggy Hodgson called police to her rented home in Enfield after two of her four children claimed that furniture was moving, and knocking sounds were heard on walls. The children included Margaret, age 13; Janet, age 11; Johnny, age 10; and Billy, age 7.

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Exploring GHOSTS OF SHEPHERDSTOWN with Elizabeth Saint and Bill Hartley on After Hours AM/America’s Most Haunted Radio New Nick Groff show investigates America's most haunted town

On tonight’s ghostly episode of After Hours AM/America’s Most Haunted Radio — Thursdays 8-11pE with hosts Joel Sturgis and Eric Olsen — we welcome Elizabeth Saint and Bill Hartley, co-stars of Nick Groff’s new paranormal series on Destination America, Ghosts of Shepherdstown, to talk about the eerie town and why it deserves its own paranormal investigation series. Elizabeth and Bill will join us in the 10pE hour. In the 9pE hour, Joel and Eric will dive into the week’s hot paranormal news, and Kirsten Klang will read your real ghost stories. Join us right here for the live show and the recorded podcast!

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America’s Most Haunted Hiking Trails 12 treks that thrill

As any hiker will tell you, a trek through the wilderness quiets the mind and soothes the soul. But not every trail is a happy one. Some footpaths are plagued by dark histories, while others are rumored to be the lonesome routes of restless spirits. From an abandoned Nazi compound to the Gates of Hell, here are America’s 12 most haunted hiking trails to hike this summer—if you dare.

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Traveling with the Ghosts and Elves in Iceland “It’s not that we believe in ghosts; it’s that we know they’re there.”

“It’s not that we believe in ghosts; it’s that we know they’re there.” So said our Iceland guide Hlíf after we visited Höfði, the site of the Reykjavík summit between Ronald Reagan and Mikhail Gorbachev that marked the beginning of the end of the Cold War, and which is said to be haunted by The White Lady. Hlíf repeated the phrase when she discussed Icelanders’ belief in elves, a topic she broached with a tone of “Here we go…”

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H.H. Holmes – Maniacally Efficient Master of Murder THE DEVIL IN THE WHITE CITY plagued Chicago at the turn of the 20th century

Holmes’ ultimate claim to fame was the lodging house he designed and built in time for the 1893 Columbian Exhibition in Chicago. While the name on the marquee said, “The World’s Fair Hotel,” it became known simply as, “the Castle.” Inside were airless vaults, sound-proofed rooms, greased chutes down to acid vats, a crematorium, and a dissecting table with surgical tools – just to name a few. After Holmes’ capture, an early edition of the Guinness Book of World Records stated that he was the “most prolific murderer in recent criminal history.” His confirmed body count has since been surpassed (nine), but the untold numbers (100?) indicate that he could very easily still hold that record. Some have called him “America’s First Serial Killer.”

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