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.
Many theaters are haunted — but here are two haunted actors.
One of the strangest ghost reports involves stones thrown, potatoes piled, and clover seed stuffed into a ghost hunter’s mouth.
Two reports about those rare ghosts who, in life, had reached a ripe, old age.
A firefighter, separated from his crew, finds himself in a graveyard where “a white thing” rose from one of the graves.
The Brooklyn Society for the Extermination of Ghosts and Dispelling of Haunted House Illusions has a job to do — regardless of sleep loss.
Reaching beyond my usual time frame for Spectral Edition, I read three ghost report from before and during the American Civil War.
Two articles about two women who reacted to a ghost with tough practicality.
A house doesn’t have to be big — or old — to be haunted. Even a pioneer sod-house might be home to a ghost.
Two articles that simply don’t fit the general pattern of these ghost reports.
You would think that the first requirement for being a ghost hunter is being unafraid of ghosts.
Armed ghost hunters confront a spirited spirit who threatens to shoot right back!
Music is heard where there are no humans. Does that mean ghosts are playing it — or something else?
Reporters were invited to a ghost hunt. Whatever it was they found was certainly ghostly!