Not much is left in the mining ghost town of Spokane. But what is left is worth the short hiking from Playhouse Road in the southern Bill Hills of South Dakota. The public land site is just north of Custer State Park and south of Mt. Rushmore National Monument. And a short 12 miles scenic drive northeast from the town of Custer. Continue reading The Black Hills Ghost Town – Spokane, South Dakota
One of our favorite places to visit is Deadwood, South Dakota. Between the history and many things to do, we always enjoy our stays. One of our favorite activities is to strolling the historical Main street during the summer months. Continue reading Walking the Streets of Deadwood, South Dakota
Galveston, Texas is considered one of the most haunted cities in the United States. And the Tremont House Hotel in Galveston, Texas is known to be one of many haunted establishments. During our lovely stay at the hotel, we experienced what we think to be our own paranormal activity. Continue reading How Haunted is Galveston, Texas?
This story defined how the FBI does this type of investigation. This is the story of the doomed Flight 629 that met its faith in Longmont, Colorado. This is the story of Daisy Walker King and her son Jack Gilbert Graham. Also known as John Gilbert Graham. Come along with us as we explore the farm fields in Longmont and Firestone, Colorado. Continue reading UA Flight 629 Facts A Crime to Remember – Colorado History
She Was Stranded on San Nicolas Island California for 18 Years. She was known as “The Lone Woman of San Nichols Island.” And her life story inspired the book “Island of the Blue Dolphins.” Come with us as we tell her story and show you her gravesite at the Santa Barbara Mission. Continue reading Stranded On An California Island for 18 Years
Las Vegas New Mexico Haunted Hotel | The Plaza Hotel – The Plaza Hotel in Las Vegas, New Mexico dates back to the 1880 and is said to be haunted. Come with us as we travel to Las Vegas, New Mexico to find the spirits of the Plaza Hotel. Continue reading Most Haunted Hotels in New Mexico – The Plaza
The Callahan House, in Longmont Colorado, was built in 1892 and purchased by Thomas and Alice Callahan in 1896. This beautiful historical Colorado Haunted mansion is said to be haunted by the ghosts of the Callahan family. It is alleged that the spirits are still seen and felt throughout the mansion, which is now owned by the City of Longmont and rented out for weddings and events. Colorado Martini participated in a group paranormal investigation event hosted by Kindred Spirits Society and Colorado Ghost Hunters. We were accompanied by YouTubers 303 Paranormal TV and DJ Acid Burn Paranormal. You would not believe what we discovered. Come along with us as we tell you the history of the mansion. And how the Callahans had a part in starting JC Penny and contributing to the history of Longmont, Colorado. Continue reading The Spirits of the Callahan House in Longmont Colorado | Haunted Travel
Haunted Colorado | Ghost in the Gardens – Denver Botanic Gardens are the largest and prettiest gardens I have ever had the pleasure to visit. During the day the garden’s beauty surpasses the rest. Maybe because the dirt has compost like no other. This is the site of the long-forgotten Mount Calvary Cemetery. Like its next-door neighbor, Cheesman Park, several bodies were left behind. We dared to go there after dark and conjured our courage to walk the dark paths and haunted mansion after hours. Continue reading Haunted Colorado | Ghost in the Gardens
There is a large park in the middle of Denver, Colorado that use to be a cemetery (Mt Pleasant). They move most of the bodies. But many were left behind. This video is a night we went to this city park after dark. You won’t believe what happen to us. Continue reading Haunted Colorado | Cheesman Park after Dark
Sacagawea Guided Us to the Truth. This is the story of the Shoshone woman Sacagawea. And the woman who was her impostor. Note in Wyoming, it is spelled Sacajawea. Sacagawea is the woman who guided the Lewis and Clark expedition across the northern United Stated in 1805 and 1806. You know from the Night at the Museum. Continue reading Sacagawea Guided Us to the Truth | Was She Lying?