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GhostVillage News
Ghost research, evidence, and discussion
  • St. Augustine Lighthouse Apparition
    Witness: Betty Green Hansen Location: St. Augustine, Florida Date of Encounter: August 18, 2016, 9:15 PM I participated in the St. Augustine
  • The Door Slammed on Me
    Witness: [Name Withheld Upon Request] Location: Northeast Ohio Date of Encounter: September 1, 1985 In 1985, I was working in an old
  • Never Neverland: The Darker Side
    Staying true to our recent theme of folklore, childhood tales, and exaggerations of truth, I wanted to highlight a recent spotlighted fairytale.
  • Three Balls of Light in My Room
    Witness: Jen Smith Location: Lincoln, Rhode Island Date of Encounter: July 1, 1980 My first experience with something, I was just about
  • Our Cursed House
    Witness: [Name Withheld Upon Request] Location: Springfield, Ohio Date of Encounter: August 3, 2008 We moved into a house in Springfield, Ohio,
  • Where Are the Naked Ghosts?
    Why aren’t ghosts naked? Not to worry… isn’t going “blue” this month. And we’re not turning into that kind of Web
  • An Evil Presence During Our Parents’ Divorce
    Witness: Danny Osborn Location: Oklahoma City, Oklahoma Date of Encounter: February 1978 My twin brother and I would go stay the weekends
  • The Third Eye Connection
    One question I frequently get asked is to explain something fascinating that I have experienced working as a forensic psychologist in the
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