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Historical Ghost Stories
There have been, sadly, many wars in the history of the world and many millions of people have been killed. Quick, surprising deaths have led to many ghost sightings and stories. Here are the links for some of my favorite ghost stories.
Thanks to the Bryn Mawr Library for these stories
The story of Dangerfield Newby
Dangerfield Newby was a free African American who was trying to free his wife and children. When he was unable to buy them, he joined up with John Brown's raiders, where he met his death. (click on the above link for the full story!)
The Survival(?) of John Wilkes Booth
John W. Booth was the assassin of Lincoln who was known to be shot to death by police shortly after the assassination. But did he really die on April 26,1865, or did he die 40 years later? (click on the above link for full story!)
A host of a different persuasion
During the Civil War ,neighborhoods along the Mason-Dixon line were full of rivalries over political beliefs. You could never trust anyone, even on your side of the line (click on the above link for the full story!)
Thanks to Castle of Spirits for their stories and support!
WW II Hitchhiker
England is known as one of the most haunted places in the world. Many of their stories come from crashed German Bombers during World War II... (click on the above link for the full story)