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Long ago in the late 19th century there was a man who as many drifters back in the day did, made a living by stealing horses and selling them.  The stranger who’s name remains unknown, had a small dog as his companion.  After a while, locals caught onto what the man and his dog were up to.

The banks of the Nehalem River area where the ghost of a horse thief and his dog are said to haunt near Veronia, Oregon
The banks of the Nehalem River area where the ghost of a horse thief and his dog are said to haunt near Veronia, Oregon.

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On Long Island, New York there is a place that has earned a reputation for being haunted or cursed since before the area was occupied by Native Americans.  Mount Misery it is called today and it as well as the surrounding area is one of the most haunted places on Long Island.  Read the full story>>

Mount Misery Road near Huntington, New York.  The area is thought to be a paranormal hotspot and is home to many ghosts.
Mount Misery Road near Huntington, New York.  The area is thought to be a paranormal hotspot and is home to many ghosts.

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A ghostly Caribbean  legend of the canine sort is that of a phantom dog that has been known to rescue distressed swimmers along the shores of Walker’s Cay in the Abaco Islands in the Bahamas.  Read the full story>>

A phantom dog roams the beaches of Walker’s Cay.  It can be seen swimming out to sea and then vanishes into thin air.

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In the village of Richmond in Tasmania, Australia, a bridge traverses the Coal River along the B31 or what was formerly known as ‘convict trail’ which served as a main transport route of work gangs from the penal colony of Port Arthur to the growing Hobart Town.  The bridge is said to be haunted by a former convict overseer and and a dog.

Richmond Bridge in Tasmania, Australia is said to be haunted by the ghost of George 'Simeon' Groover and a spectral dog

Richmond Bridge in Tasmania, Australia is said to be haunted by the ghost of George 'Simeon' Groover and a spectral dog

George ‘Simeon’ Groover started out his life in Tasmania as one of it’s convict residents.  He was sent there for stealing and served out his term, then managed to get a job as a convict overseer around 1829.

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On the outskirts of Grand Island, Nebraska there is a bridge that has become legendary over the years.  This bridge is part of the “Nine Bridges Road” and has it’s torrid beginnings long ago when a it is said that a woman dwelled in a house at one end of the bridge.  It was suspected that she along with some of her neighbors were involved in witchcraft or devil worship and at the discretion of the townspeople, she was tied to a stake and her house set to go up in flames along with her.  This bridge has since become known as “Witch’s Bridge” and it seems that things on and around this bridge have not been right since.  Many believe it is cursed or haunted by the spirits who died there.

"Witch's Bridge" near Grand Island, Nebraska is said to be haunted by many spirits who met their end there

"Witch's Bridge" near Grand Island, Nebraska is said to be haunted by many spirits who met their end there

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