Investigations


  • Ashley’s Restaurant

    Ashley's Restaurant

     Legend claims:There are a number of ghosts believed to be haunting the restaurant, one is believed to be a     poltergeist. Another ghost will often “play” with employees and guests. The building is right on the railroad   tracks and it is rumored that a woman by the name of Ethel Allen was either killed by a train or murdered in   the bathroom. The image of a woman has been seen coming out of bathroom stalls and as an image in the   mirrors. There is also another ghost of a young boy or man believe to be here. He was either killed on the  railroad tracks out back, or on the highway in front Read More

     


  • The Oviedo Lights

    The Oviedo Lights

    Legend claims:The Oviedo Lights – These eerie lights can be seen from a bridge where a young man killed himself after he lost his love. It is well know to native Oveidans. And has been seen by many, many people. The mans ghost has also been seen in the area below the bridge. For many years, while there was a smaller bridge here, this was a popular place to park at night. With the car’s lights off, an eerie glow would appear, sometimes described as blue and gaseous, or white with a yellow glow. It would appear on the shore beyond the bridge, or sometimes on the bridge itself, or over the river’s surface. For many years, while there was a smaller bridge here, this was a popular place to park at night. With the car’s lights off, an eerie glow would appear, sometimes described as blue and gaseous, or white with a yellow glow. It would appear on the shore beyond the bridge, or sometimes on the bridge itself, or over the river’s surface.Read More

     


  • St Augustine Old City Gates

    St Augustine Old City Gates

    Legend claims:As the story goes, at the time an epidemic of Yellow Fever was going around and a little girl about 13 or 14 years old wearing a white dress was found dead by the City Gates. No one claimed her. But sometimes around 2:00 or 3:00 in the morning you may see her dancing on the Old City Gates. Read More

     


  • St. Augustine Huguenat Cemetery

    St. Augustine Huguenat Cemetery

    Legend claims:TPeople have seen the ghosts of little children sitting on its monuments and the ghost of a man who appears to be searching for something. Locals believe this is Judge John B. Stickney, who had his gold teeth stolen by two thieves on the day he was buried. People have been taken Photos that show orbs and what looks to be a spirit in the trees.Read More

     


  • St. Augustine Fort Castillo De San Marco

    St. Augustine Fort Castillo De San Marco

    Legend claims:Some of the most unusual occurrences include the “Battle Echoes” heard by visitors. By placing an ear to the wall, it is said you can hear the echoes of cannon fire and yelling. There is also telling of a young solder that can be seen leaning on the outside wall facing the bay after sundown. There is also telling of a young solder that can be seen leaning on the outside wall facing the bay after sundown.Read More

     


  • Fort Lauderdale Ghost Tour

    Fort Lauderdale Ghost Tour

    Legend claims:My friend John does the ghost tour in Fort Lauderdale. The tour takes approximately 60 to 90 minutes. The tour takes you on a trip around downtown Fort Lauderdale. He tell you about the historical haunting of downtown. It is a very good tour I recommend it. Just visit his web site atwww.fortlauderdaleghosttour.com  Read More

     


  • Evergreen Cemetery

    Evergreen Cemetry

    Legend claims:At the northwest end of the cemetery there is a black sign (Babyland). In 1911, a funeral director moved many bodies from what is currently Andrews Avenue to the newly created Evergreen graveyard. There are Civil War veterans buried here. and Victims of the deadly hurricane in 1926 the funeral director had the victims all line up to put to rest but other hurricane hit and blow all the markings on the bodies away so he buried in unmarked graves. Read More

     


  • Stranahan House

    Stranahan House

    Legend claims:Now an historical museum, it began as a trading post, residence, a restaurant, and a gathering place for businessmen, travelers, and neighbors. Volunteers that worked here have seen the spirit of a Mr. Stranahan all over the house and in the gift shop the smell of Ivy perfume. Visitors that come to the house report of a warm type of feel they get like a warm blanket over them. Frank and Ivy Stranahan believe to still be in the house from time to time.Read More

     


  • Old Kissimmee Court House and Grissom Park

    Old Kissimmee Court House and Grissom Park

    Legend claims:Old Kissimmee Court House and Playground next to the Funeral Home (Grissom Park) KISSIMMEE — They say you can still hear the footsteps of John L. Overstreet echoing in the halls of the third floor of the historic courthouse. Between 1905 and 1953, Overstreet walked the corridors of the building, first as a tax assessor and later as clerk of courts. Finding a bridge between the spiritual and physical world, some think that in death Overstreet continues his daily rituals inside the courthouse. Outside the courthouse, the oaks offer cool shade on the well-manicured lawn as workers and residents buzz about on county business. One tree, however, has a reputation for more than blocking the sun. Some say they have seen visions of those who lost their lives under the so-called hanging tree. Across the street in Grissom Park, swings supposedly move mysteriously by themselves and the merry-go-round turns, some say haunted by the spirit of a child who warns others to be wary of strangers. If you believe, it seems ghosts are in every nook and cranny in Kissimmee. Diana Baldwin is a believer.Read More

     


  • Old Railroad Tracks

    Old RailRoad Tracks

    Legend claims:In the silence of the night we discovered an interesting area a memorial to some one who had died along the tracks. We all were being bitten by misquotes , Graham and Rich went one way and Matt and I went in the opposite direction there a lot of broken track and nails that were raised up , I felt like this was a neglected railroad track. There was no paranormal activity along the track we were walking on gravel. So any orbs would have been from dust. There was no paranormal activity along the track we were walking on gravel. So any orbs would have been from dust.Read More

     


  • Oviedo Lights 2

    Oviedo Lights 2

    Legend claims:We went back to this location during this time of year to maybe see if we could catch the gas pockets that were suppose to come up from beneath the ground and when they hit the air , they make different colors we did not see any of this and the area we were once at which was all gravel is now grow over with grass and weeds. Once again we did not catch any paranormal activiy but this was a great practice investigation . We debunked atlot of our pictures from here. Yes there is what you think is orbs but they are actual dust particals from when we were walking. We got a couple of red lights they believe them to be reflecting off something with area being overgrown we cannot tell. Once again we did not catch any paranormal activiy but this was a great practice investigation . We debunked atlot of our pictures from here. Yes there is what you think is orbs but they are actual dust particals from when we were walking. We got a couple of red lights they believe them to be reflecting off something with area being overgrown we cannot tell. Read More

     


  • Dead Man’s Oak

    Dead Man's Oak

    Legend claims:South of the once famous Florida cow-town of Kissimmee, there is an ancient oak tree called Dead Man’s Oak. Hundreds have claimed to have seen the apparition of a headless horseman riding a white horse. The sightings have all occurred within the area around the old oak tree. There is a legend, which claims that this is the spirit of a man who was captured by Spanish soldiers and beheaded beneath Dead Man’s oak. The sightings date back at least 100 years, with the last alleged experience being reported in February 2000.Read More

     


  • Big Bamboo Lounge

    BigBambooLounge

    Legend claims:We went out to this location 5 minutes away from us. We heard alot about this Lounge it appeared to be shut down and not a safe place anyway to attempt to go in No Trespassing signs posted all round the building So pictures were taken from the Car. This has been demolished as of today. Legend claims: Ladies bathroom toilets flush by its self you have a feeling that their is some one else in the bathroom with you but no one else is there also the employees could be alone working and thing move by its self chairs glasses and lights.Read More

     


  • Spook Hill

    SpookHill

    Legend claims:After the Seminoles left the Cherokee nation, they settled in Central Florida away from the white man’s lodges to the North. One legendary chief settled on the lake which is now known as Lake Wailes. Here he had all the advantages of a high campsite on a lake which offered fresh water and good fishing. It was also close to Iron Mountain which, as the highest point in Florida, was sacred to the Indians’ Sun God. The chief, Cufcowellax, and his people were happy for several years, but then one day a huge bull alligator moved into the lake and began to harass the tribe. Soon it began nightly raids on the village, and the tribe lived in terror of this evil spirit that inhabited their lake. The legend says that Cufcowellax was a chief of great physical prowess and courage. He had great stature among his people both as a warrior and as a ruler. When he saw his people in constant fear, the chief, fearing for their safety, set out to conquer the evil spirit. His tribal shaman and elders placed him under the protection of the Great Spirit and he began his search. Though many suns came and went, he could not catch the ‘gator. Finally one morning he came upon the ‘gator on the northwest shore as it dragged another night’s victim into the lake. The legend says the chief battled the ‘gator on land and water for a moon, and then suddenly the great thrashing stopped, and the water of the lake turned red. The tribe watched the surface of the lake in fearful anticipation. With great joy they saw their chief rise from the water. In the midst of their celebration they saw something else. The great battle had made a smaller lake near the big one. When the chief died, he was buried on the shore of the little lake, Ticowa, and the place became sacred to the Indians.Read More

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