Public Domain Horror: Carnival of Souls (1962)

From Old Time Movies and Radio:

“Mary Henry is enjoying the day by riding around in a car with two friends. When challenged to a drag, the women accept, but are forced off of a bridge. It appears that all are drowned, until Mary, quite some time later, amazingly emerges from the river. After recovering, Mary accepts a job in a new town as a church organist, only to be dogged by a mysterious phantom figure that seems to reside in an old run-down pavilion. It is here that Mary must confront the personal demons of her spiritual insouciance.”

See more public domain entertainment at https://oldtimemoviesandradio.net.

The 20 Most Haunted Hotels – MSN.COM

I’d been quite busy in the last few days and didn’t get to update postings for the Halloween season. We’ll make up for some of that now with some haunted articles posted from major news places on the internet in recent times.

The 20 Most Haunted Hotels by MSN:

https://www.msn.com/en-us/travel/tripideas/the-20-most-haunted-hotels-in-america/ss-AAI6Iey?li=AAHMJmz

Paranormal Article – “The Ghost of the Smokies”

Here’s a paranormal article/story by Marshall Ramsey as posted on his website.

“In the backcountry of the Great Smoky Mountain National Park is an old wooden cabin. Some say it’s haunted. Some say it’s possessed. Hikers have reported strange sounds and sightings near it for years. Animals won’t go near it. And Park Rangers have logged equipment failures as they have passed by it. No one remembers whose cabin it is — there is no record of it in the Park Service’s files. Unlike most structures in the park, it was not removed when the Park was formed. For some reason it just sits there, never decaying.

The cabin was owned by Oliver M. Sydney, trapper, hunter and storyteller. He was a tall, thin man who possessed the deepest, most piercing eyes of anyone in East Tennessee. He roamed the mountainside, trapping for fur and killing for meat. He built a small, one bedroom Chestnut-log home on his claim in the shadow of Mount LeConte. The timber barons never messed with him. They called him “The Devil,” because of his legendary meanness. He just lived his life in peace trapping and hunting until that fateful day in October 31, 1935. That’s the day when the man from the U.S. Government knocked on his door with an eviction notice.

The man from the U.S. Government left with a gunshot wound to the leg.

No one was takin’ his land, Oliver swore. He’d stay on that land forever.

He might have been permitted to stay, but the U.S. Government is kind of funny about people who shoot their agents. The don’t like it. So the next day, several more agents hiked up the knoll and surrounded old man’s cabin. He promptly sent them diving behind trees and into ditches with a barrage of gunfire. The Siege of LeConte had begun.

Four days passed and the agents held their ground. So did Oliver. As the world went on its merry way, time stood still in the Great Smoky Mountains. There are few things more stubborn than a mountain man. Oliver M. Sydney was going nowhere.

Or so he thought.

Fred Whitehorse, a tracker from the Cherokee reservation in North Carolina, was brought in to sneak up to the cabin to smoke him out. Fred crawled behind it and then climbed on the roof. Oliver, tired from being awake for so long, did not notice that his chimney had been covered. His cabin quickly filled with smoke.

Oliver came out with guns blazing. But there was only one of him. And a dozen U.S. agents. Oliver M. Sydney was buried where he fell. The Government, not wanting bad P.R., swept the incident under the rug. Reports were burned and careers were threatened. No one was to hear about the mountain man’s death.

So to this day, when you walk by the old cabin in the woods you might see Oliver M. Sydney’s ghost on the front porch and hear his cries. Or if you are a Park Ranger, you might have your radio or phone die. Because the old mountain man was right about one thing — he will stay on his land forever.”

See more on Marshall Ramsey at http://marshallramsey.com.

Paranormal Documentary – “Haunted Hurricane Mills (Documentary)”

Please enjoy this paranormal documentary as a means to sample and enjoy the work. If you enjoy this documentary, then please consider purchasing it through the appropriate methods and support the studios and filmmakers who made it. 🙂

This work is not mine, I did not record or upload it and my only intent is to share it with people as a means for exposure. If this video link is broken or the video has been removed, please contact me at Meteo(dot)Xavier(at)gmail(dot)com.

Paranormal Documentary – “Haunted Washington D.C. (Documentary)”

Please enjoy this paranormal documentary as a means to sample and enjoy the work. If you enjoy this documentary, then please consider purchasing it through the appropriate methods and support the studios and filmmakers who made it. 🙂

This work is not mine, I did not record or upload it and my only intent is to share it with people as a means for exposure. If this video link is broken or the video has been removed, please contact me at Meteo(dot)Xavier(at)gmail(dot)com.

Paranormal Documentary – “Haunted Baltimore (Documentary)”

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This work is not mine, I did not record or upload it and my only intent is to share it with people as a means for exposure. If this video link is broken or the video has been removed, please contact me at Meteo(dot)Xavier(at)gmail(dot)com.

Paranormal Documentary – “Haunted Caribbean (Documentary)”

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This work is not mine, I did not record or upload it and my only intent is to share it with people as a means for exposure. If this video link is broken or the video has been removed, please contact me at Meteo(dot)Xavier(at)gmail(dot)com.

Paranormal Documentary – “Haunted New England and New Orleans (Documentary)”

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This work is not mine, I did not record or upload it and my only intent is to share it with people as a means for exposure. If this video link is broken or the video has been removed, please contact me at Meteo(dot)Xavier(at)gmail(dot)com.

Paranormal Documentary – “Haunted Northwest (Documentary)”

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Paranormal Documentary – “Haunted Tombstone (Documentary)”

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This work is not mine, I did not record or upload it and my only intent is to share it with people as a means for exposure. If this video link is broken or the video has been removed, please contact me at Meteo(dot)Xavier(at)gmail(dot)com.