These are my readings of ghost reports — actual newspaper articles published in the U.S. between 1865 and 1918 — that have been heard on paranormal-related podcasts.
Seeing or hearing a ghost is one thing, but being touched by one is another.
Sometimes, what might appear to be a ghost is something other than a ghost.
Walking through a woods, a man encountered something. But what exactly was it?
A haunted start — and a haunted end — to marriage.
How could a morgue not be haunted?
Two men recount ghostly visions experienced on railroad tracks.
This dedicated police officer doesn’t let his death get in the way of walking his beat.
A phantom climbs the belfry and rings the bells of St. Michael’s Church.
Haunted houses are common enough, but is Easton, Maine, a haunted town?
A phantom train repeatedly appears — running backwards — on the Northern Pacific railroad.
Students learn frightening lessons in these two haunted schoolhouses.
Reports of a ghost on Long Island threaten the summer season.
The spirit of Nancy Weire, a murdered girl, is said to roam the house where she lived — one of the subsequent boarders in that house confirms it.