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Two decades have passed since Diana first saw in a dream the perfect white house with pillars. The very next day as she took a drive through town, she turned onto a street she was unfamiliar with and was astonished to see the house from her dream. Before long, she had moved into the two-story... Continue Reading →

Cedar Point Ghost

Opened in 1870 on Lake Erie, Cedar Point is the second-oldest amusement park in America and was home to the 1921 Dentzel Carousel, which traveled from park to park until landing there in 1971. Artist Shelly was unaware of the stories whispered by employees about the ghostly lady who rode the carousel at night. She... Continue Reading →

Alice’s Grave

Alice‚Äôs family was very prominent in Pawley's Island, South Carolina. When she had her coming-out party, her brother, who was studying to be a doctor, brought a friend who was working his way through school. When he and Alice met, they fell in love. They got engaged, but because his social standing was so far... Continue Reading →

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