Tag Archives: Mobile Bay

Hallowe’en Ghost Hunt at Fort Morgan

If you did not get in on the Alabama Paranormal Research Team’s July event at Fort Morgan, PARAFIED, no worries — you have another shot in October! (Reservations required, scheduled for 10-13-12.) This overnight hunt has a limited number of … Continue reading

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Review: Ft. Gaines Featured in “Fear: A Ghost Hunter’s Story”

The Sci-Fi channel is premiering a total of three “new” ghost shows this summer. Jaded as I am, I still prefer to curl up with a good book of true supernatural tales, avoiding the commercials and monotonous recaps. Just like … Continue reading

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Recap! Teen Ghost Hunt in Fairhope

“Wow!” we all said yesterday evening, as we pulled up to the Fairhope Public Library after some pre-event recon down at the Colony Cemetery.  I was there with James Rosier and two members of his Beyond Sight Paranormal Studies team, … Continue reading

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Ghost-oberfest Wrap-up: The Guest Posts Are Up!

As promised, I’ve got the guest-submitted stories from Ghost-oberfest 2010 all collected at one whack on the Guest Posts page of the blog, and stuck in Cullan’s report from D’Olive Cemetery, too. That’s ten stories in a row you can … Continue reading

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Ghost-oberfest, Day 27: Field Trip to Haunted Blakeley

You know you’re tired when, while researching for a post, you click on a promising sounding website from the Google list and don’t realize until it opens that it is yours. The book Haunted Battlefields does not list Blakeley as … Continue reading

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Ghost-oberfest, Day Eleven: Church Street

Downtown Mobile is awash with unmarked graves — or so it has been said forever, based on history and memory. A three hundred year old port city has more exposure to contagion than, say, a mountain town in North Alabama, … Continue reading

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