Kahina was an African Princess who began life as the daughter of a powerful king. Warriors from a rival tribe discovered her walking far from home one day.
Big Bull Tunnel is a utilitarian fixture of Southwest Virginia. It has never been a notable attraction, simply another train tunnel, located in Wise County, Virginia.
Ack Hale burst into the Bristol police station on the night of March 27, 1907. He told authorities he’d just been near the East Hill Cemetery when a beautiful woman ran in and shot herself.
The Bermuda Triangle has been discussed for centuries for its disappearances and strange events. What is not known is that Appalachian regions also have their own areas known for the same thing.
The Franklin House was also known as the Franklin Hotel, a structural staple in Richmond for around a century. The 100-room building was given such accolades as Richmond’s “largest boarding house” and “best furnished boarding house.
A wealthy bachelor named McKim owned a gristmill and much prosperous farming land in Virginia. His wealth made him very influential and citizens from the town all respected him.
Vampire lore is one of the most popular forms of folklore and its reach spans the globe. Here’s a tale of ghoulish proportions that was supposed to have taken place in the small town of Big Stone Gap, Virginia.
Country music singer Bobby Mackey owns “Bobby Mackey’s Music World” in Wilder, Kentucky. This Campbell County institution is globally renown for a variety of tragedies and horrific events.
Charles Mead (?-1909) Mead was a mountain desperado who robbed and murdered J.
Centralia, Pennsylvania is the favorite mining town here at the House. Not only does it have a constant fire burning beneath its surface, it was the inspiration behind the “Silent Hill” media franchise.