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.
A terrible murder that occurred in Room 144 of the Southern Hotel seems linked with ghostly events experienced in that room afterward.
A log house is being torn down — that is, until its phantom inhabitants appear.
Four short articles about four men — haunted by guilt and haunted by ghosts.
A ghost returns to reclaim his brain, which was removed for medical study.
A group of spiritualists conduct a séance at a haunted house in Kansas City.
A ghostly father — and spirit brother — come back to vent their dismay.
Death does not appear to prevent Jean Mareschal from visiting a college library in West Virginia.
What’s worse: the haunted house — or the thousands gathered in hope of witnessing the ghost?
The irreligious Louis Rose haunts, not a house, but an entire neighborhood.
Daniel McLeod, a miner and violin player, was murdered. Death, though, has not stopped McLeod from playing his fiddle.