The Bushranger Hotel in Collector

The Bushranger Hotel in Collector

This article will be taking a look at the haunted Bushranger Hotel in Collector, and the history behind it’s paranormal activity…


The Bushranger Hotel

The Bushranger Hotel was built as part of five original inns that went up in Collector in 1860. It originally bore the title of ‘Kimberley’s Commercial Hotel’.

These inns were constructed with the sole purpose of serving the merchants and workers traveling to and from the Kiandra Goldfields.

On January the 26th, 1865, a gang led by Bushranger Ben Hall arrived on the outskirts of Collector…


The Gang

The group had been busy holding up travelers on a road south of Goulburn all morning, but the local troopers had caught wind of this and had managed to interrupt their criminal activities.

They pulled up outside Collector and planned their next move…

Kimberley's Commercial Hotel

When they entered the town they immediately rounded up several men and boys as hostages. One of the gang members held the captives on the street whilst the other two entered Kimberley’s Commercial Hotel. Once inside they began to steal firearms and items of clothing.

Judge Meymott had passed the gang when they were still outside the town, and had ordered two of his constables to search the outskirts for them. This meant that there was only one lawman remaining in the town itself – Samuel Nelson.


Samuel Nelson

Constable Nelson was informed of the gang’s activities about the same time they entered the hotel. He was heavily outnumbered by the gang but he knew his duty was to protect the town – he grabbed his weapon and went to face the gang, he was joined by one of his sons.

Constable Nelson was ambushed by gang member John Dunn before he could reach the hotel. He was shot in the stomach then shot in the face, when he lay on the floor – the gang then proceeded to ransack his corpse.

The group of criminals then made their escape from the town.

They were eventually apprehended on boxing day in 1865. They were executed in Darlinghurst Gaol on the 19th of March, 1866.


Paranormal Activity

Many paranormal investigators believe that the Bushranger Hotel is now haunted by a former publican, who has no idea he is dead, and continues his bar work from day to day. 

Paranormal Activity at The Bushranger

Certain members of staff have reported leaving the bar area, and returning moments later to see a large ‘tower’ of glasses stacked in the center of the room. There have also been reports of glasses shattering on the shelves for no reason,

The body of Constable Samuel Nelson was laid on a couch in the hotel after he was slain in the street – many locals believe that his spirit is behind some of the poltergeist activity

If you have any thoughts or opinions on the subject we have covered here, please leave them in the comment section below.

The Haunted Toys R Us in Sunnyvale

The Haunted Toys R us in Sunnyvale

In this article we will be taking a look at the haunted Toys R Us in Sunnyvale, California. Is the paranormal activity reported in this store linked to a character named ‘Crazy Johnny’?

Let’s take a closer look…


The Haunting of Toys R Us

Numerous members of staff have encountered some form of paranormal activity when working at this popular toy location…

Strange names whispered into worker’s ears, poltergeist activity and a handful of female workers complaining about an unseen force playing with their hair, to name but a few.

It’s the female side of the workforce that this ‘entity’ seems to target, although it is never violent activity.

The Haunting of Toys R Us

The phenomena first started up in the 1970’s and the staff at the time quickly became very scared of what they were experiencing. The local press picked up on the story and stayed with it – eventually a respected psychic/medium named Sylvia Browne read up on the story and decided to lend a hand…

She visited the store and actually managed to make contact with the ghost, who she claimed was a Scandinavian Immigrant named Johnny Johnson. He had lived and worked on the land when it was still a farm/plantation.


The Plantation

A man named Martin Murphy set up the plantation that was on the Toys R Us grounds in 1844. Johnny Johnson (real name ‘Johan Johnson’) was one of the first employees he hired, and he quickly fell in love with the boss’s daughter…who rejected him.

The Plantation

Johnny didn’t really appear to have been the luckiest of characters – not long after the boss’s daughter rejected him, he managed to get infected with encephalitis, and ended up slightly brain damaged as a result.

He somehow managed to retain his job at the plantation, but eventually picked up the title of ‘Crazy Johnny’.

In 1884 Crazy Johnny’s luck finally hit an all time low when he cut himself seriously with his own axe during work hours. He bled to death alone, near the orchard.

The plantation was run by the Murphy family until 1950 when it was handed over to the city of Sunnyvale. A freak fire managed to burn it to the ground in 1961 and the Toys R Us store was built on the location in 1970.


Sylvia Browne

Most of this information was discovered by the psychic Sylvia Browne’s seance that she held at the store. This seance was attended by numerous staff members and local press/photographers.

One of these cameras managed to snap a now famous photograph that paranormal experts believe is the image of Crazy Johnny, standing in the background of the seance, watching proceedings.

haunted toys r us sunnyvale ca

Only one of the cameras managed to capture the image of this strange character and nobody at the seance remembers anyone standing in that position in the room. It’s also worth noting that all of the cameras were facing the same way – why did only one of them pick up this ghostly figure?

haunted toys r us california

Sylvia ended the seance by telling Johnny that he could ‘move on’ to the next level – he was free to go. She then claims that Johnny replied to her and told her he was still waiting for his boss’s daughter, Beth.

If you have any thoughts or opinions on the subject we have covered here today, please leave them in the comment section below.

The Worstead Church Ghost

The Worstead Church Ghost

This article will be covering the fascinating image of the Worstead church ghost (The White Lady), taken by the Berthelot family back in August, 1975…


The White Lady of Worstead Church

Our story starts way back in 1830, when a traveler who was staying in the Kings Head Tavern in Worstead, North Norfolk…heard about the local legend of the White Lady of Worstead Church.

He was told that the specter of the White Lady would materialize every Christmas Eve in front of it’s victims – apparently, anyone who saw her would die soon afterwards.

This traveler had enjoyed a few beers, and was in no mood for stupid paranormal stories…so he informed the locals that he would spend the night at the church and even kiss the White Lady…if she appeared (it just so happened to be Christmas Eve!).

The White Lady of Worstead Church

Anyway, he grabbed a few extra flagons of beer and entered the church – he said he would return within a few hours.

Several hours later – he had not returned…and the locals became uneasy about his welfare.

They entered the church and found him in terribly poor health, huddled in the corner, shaking. His last words were – “I’ve seen her, I’ve seen her”


The White Lady Photograph

Diane Berthelot, and her husband and son were in the middle of their short holiday around North Norfolk in 1975. It was the middle of summer and a particularly hot day.

Diane’s husband suggested visiting Worstead church for a while to get out of the sun – Diane had been ill the previous week and she was still not 100%.

As soon as they entered the church, Diane spotted the pews towards the front of the church. She sat down, offered a quick prayer and decided to rest for a while.

Her husband was in the process of snapping as many photographs of the church’s interior as possible, and decided to take a couple of Diane mid-prayer.

It was not until they got home after their holiday that they realized something mysterious had taken place…

The White Lady Photograph

As the family skipped through the holiday images they were shocked to find that a mysterious white figure was sitting behind Diane as she prayed in the church.

The female ghostly figure seemed to be wearing really old-fashioned clothing along with a bonnet…and a strange white light seemed to be illuminating her.

They didn’t go public with the photo – instead they held onto it for a whole year before returning to the church the following summer. Once there, they showed the image to the vicar.

He informed the family about the legend of the White Lady and told them she was a caring, healing soul – she was NOT the sinister entity that the 1830’s report portrayed.

Diane then told the vicar that the sickness she had been carrying for quite some time, had vanished after that first visit to the church.


The Worstead Church Ghost

The photo is now on display at The White Lady pub in Worstead – a location that is also said to be haunted by the White Lady.

If you have any thoughts or opinions on the subject we have covered here, please leave them in the comment section below.

The Ghost of Newby Church

The Ghost of Newby Church

In this article we will be taking a look at the famous image of the ghost of Newby Church which was snapped by Reverend K.F. Lords in 1963. A fascinating paranormal photograph that still divides opinion to this day…


The Phantom Monk

The image snapped by Reverend K.F. Lords in 1963 was supposed to be centering on the altar at the Skelton-cum-Newby Church of Christ the Consoler, located in North Yorkshire, England.

When he took the picture he only had eyes for the stunning altar – he saw nothing else in the hall with him.

He left the location and had the photographs developed a few days later…and to his amazement…there was a ‘visitor’ in one of them.

The Phantom Monk

The Reverend K.F. Lords could not understand who this terrifying hooded figure was or where it came from – he was not present when he took the shot?

The phantom figure’s arms seem to be folded together in a typical monk-like pose and its long robes clearly cover the feet and drape over the step it is standing on. The cloth face-mask is particularly disturbing…


Newby Church

The most interesting aspect of this incident is that there have never been any other paranormal occurrences at Newby Church – it is, in fact, a pretty new church (just over a century old at the time of writing this!).

The church was actually constructed out of money that was raised to save hostages back in April 1870…

Frederick Vyner, son in law to the 1st Marquess of Ripon, was among a group of important figures in Greece who were kidnapped on the 11th of April. A ransom was demanded for their safe release.

Newby Church

The money was eventually raised…but for some reason…a rescue mission was hatched instead…which failed miserably.

All of the hostages were murdered as a result.

Frederick’s mother decided that the ransom that had been gathered would be used to construct two churches in memory of her son. One of these churches was the Newby Church, which began construction in 1871.


The Real Deal?

Numerous skeptics have thrown their hat in the ring over this photo…but the hats just get thrown back out again – the photo is not faked in any way.

Many different experts have studied and tested the photograph over the years (including the BBC), and all of them have come to the same conclusion – the photo is not double exposure and is not tampered with in any way.

These same experts have spotted and proven famous frauds before but the ghost of Newby Church seems to have them stumped.

If you have any thoughts or opinions on the subject we have covered here today, please leave them in the comment section below.

The Pink Lady of Greencastle

The Pink Lady of Greencastle

This article will be covering the paranormal reports linked to the Pink Lady of Greencastle, Indiana. Did the now demolished O’Hare Mansion house an age-old spirit who refused to leave?

Let’s take a closer look…


Guy Winters – Amateur Paranormal Investigator

Winters was not exactly what you’d call a ‘believer’, when it came to matters of the paranormal. However, all that changed when a group of his mates convinced him to join them in a ghost hunt around the ruins of the O’Hare Mansion in Greencastle, Indiana.

This group of friends had actually visited the site earlier in the week, and were convinced that they witnessed some sort of paranormal activity…

Winters did not buy into this…at all!

But he was pretty much stuck for things to do that night – what was the worst that could happen?

He agreed to join them after they got permission off the land’s owner to visit the ruined spot.


That Evening…

It turned out to be quite an evening – all present had experiences of a potentially paranormal kind.

The ‘main event’ was when the group all witnessed an apparition pass through a room right in front of them – they also managed to record some sort of spectral mist on their video equipment.

But the group was in no mood for going upstairs…except for Guy, of course!

The paranormal kind

After the apparition, Guy’s friends seemed to lose their nerve somewhat – something he found quite amusing. So, he grabbed his camera and ventured upstairs by himself…

Guy later admitted that as soon as he started snapping photographs of the upstairs area, he began to feel extremely sick. He also developed a terrible headache which seemed to consistently pump through his mind.

He finished up snapping as many photographs as he could, then quickly left the building to get some air. As soon as he got back outside, the sickness and the headache disappeared!


The Photographs

When Guy eventually picked up the developed photographs he was blown away to find out that he had managed to capture several ghostly images in them.

The apparitions were not visible at the time the photos were taken, but they were completely visible once they were developed!

The most famous of these photos is the ‘The Pink Lady’ who was captured on three consecutive frames in one of the second floor bedroom windows. The most impressive aspect about these paranormal frames is that the lady has actually moved pose slightly in each one…

The Photographs

The images of this lady were also found on the negatives of the film roll – when tested, no tampering of any kind was found (they were certainly NOT fakes).


Who is the Pink Lady?

So who is this spirit in Pink?

Why is she hanging around an old Indiana ruin?

Well, Guy was desperate to find out who she was, so he eventually took the images into a local television studio. They were bowled over by the paranormal photographs, so they decided to run a news story on them to gather more information.

After the program, a lady named ‘Mary’, a descendant of the O’Hare family, contacted Guy through the station. They decided to meet and she brought in photographs from her family’s past.

As soon as Mary set eyes on the picture of the Pink Lady she recognized her – it was her mother, Irene O’Hare.

She also recognized another spirit caught in one of Guy’s snaps – her aunt Vera O’Hare.

The mansion is now completely removed from the land – the owner had to build something new on it to stop the influx of paranormal investigators after the photos went public.

If you have any thoughts on the Pink Lady of Greencastle, please leave them in the comment section below.

The Luna Park Ghost Train Fire

The Luna Park Ghost Train Fire

This article will be taking a look at the tragic Luna Park ghost train fire from 1979 – is there an occult undertone to this event that managed to trap the spirits within the confines of the popular family location?

Let’s take a closer look…


The Park

Opened on October 4th, 1935, Luna Park is considered to be one of the most popular family attractions in Sydney Harbour Foreshore. It was built as a sort of ‘homage’ to the original Luna Park that sits in New York (Coney Island).

It was built on an area of land that used to be a construction headquarters – used for the building of the Sydney Harbour Bridge. Once the bridge was finished, the area became open for bids…and the Luna Park setup won the deal!

The park actually hit on hard times during the 50’s when it’s attendance levels dropped significantly due to the birth of household TV etc. At one point, during the early 70’s, new owners tried to develop it into a multi-story trade center.

This application for development was firmly refused, so the park remained open to the public…


The Fire

Tragedy hit the park’s ghost train on June the 9th, 1979, when a sudden fire broke out at 10:15pm. Unfortunately, the ride itself was full to the brim with passengers.

The fire raged until about half past eleven, that same night, when the fire services finally managed to get a hold of it.

Firefighters taking on the fire

Seven victims were recovered from the ride: John Godson, his two children, Damien (6) and Craig (4), and College students Jonathon Billings, Richard Carroll, Michael Johnson, and Seamus Rahilly.

These bodies were not found inside the train cars – they were scattered all over the inside of the ride. Apparently they had all left the cars in desperation…looking for a way out of the flaming amusement ride.


A Ritual Sacrifice?

It wasn’t long before the conspiracy theorists jumped on the bandwagon, and many different theories about the cause of the fire rose from it’s ashes.

The one theory that stood out, and is still discussed regularly, is the idea that this fire could have been linked to a ritual sacrifice to the ancient Ammonite god Moloch.

This theory came to light when a photograph was released that contained the image of one of the young boys killed in the tragedy. It was taken on the ferry, just before he arrived at the park…and standing in the background is a horned figure that apparently had no links to the park.

A Ritual Sacrifice at Luna Park

On top of this, a witness, Marshall Said (16), claimed that the ride operator was letting cars full of kids into the ride…AFTER the park had been alerted to the fire inside!

The Sydney newspaper, The Sun, picked up on this theory and actually published a front page story on it.


The Luna Park Ghost Train Fire

There have been numerous reports of paranormal activity around the building that was eventually built on the site of the destroyed ghost train – The Big Top.

These paranormal incidents always involve visitors to the park experiencing calming whispers in their ear, as they walk through The Big Top area.

If you have any thoughts or opinions on the tragic incident we have covered here today, please leave them in the comment section below.

The Joelma Building Fire

The Joelma Building Fire

In this article we will be taking a look at the paranormal reports linked to the Joelma building fire on the 1st of February, 1974, in Sao Paulo, Brazil…when 179 of the 756 occupants, died tragically…


The Joelma Fire

The 25 story high-rise in Sao Paulo caught fire on Friday February the 1st, 1974. The initial report was registered by authorities at 8:50 am, after a resident in an adjacent building spotted flames lapping out of one of the windows.

Unfortunately, within 30 minutes of this initial call – the entire building was engulfed in deadly flames…

And a lot of residents were still trapped inside.

It’s sad to say that the owners of the building had not been keeping up with fire safety regulations – no alarms, no sprinklers emergency lights or emergency exits. It’s also reported that the building’s air conditioning system was faulty…

This system is thought to be the initial cause of the fire.


The Attempted Escape

More than 500 people managed to escape this terrifying ordeal…but many resident’s route to safety was cut off by the flames, heat and smoke.

The Attempted Escape

Just under 200 people managed to get onto the roof of the building…but the heat and flames made it impossible for helicopters to pick them up. This tragically resulted in people taking their lives into their own hands…

People attempted to drop down, floor by floor, on the outside of the building…and plummeted to their doom.

People also attempted to jump straight down to ground level in desperation – a jump they could never survive.


13 Souls and Home of the Devil

When the fire and rescue teams were finally able to get into the burned out building, they came across an elevator that was sealed shut. After a bit of a struggle they finally managed to pry open the doors…and what they discovered would stay with them forever more…

The lift was full of charred bodies of residents that had got stuck within when the fire broke out – the metallic elevator had acted as a human oven in the heat…and fused the bodies together.

The authorities eventually managed to count 13 dead bodies within that elevator…but nobody ever came forward to claim them. It was as if these victims never existed.

They were buried in St. Peter’s Cemetery, side by side, and are now known as the ’13 Souls’.

13 Souls and Home of the Devil

Not long after the tragedy, people began looking into the history of the land the building was built on…

Apparently, in 1948, a 26 year old chemist named Paul Campbell lived on the land with his family (who were made up of his two sisters and his mother). For no reason at all – Campbell suddenly cracked one day…and ended up killing his entire family.

He then dragged their bloody bodies outside, and committed suicide.

One of the officers that was called to this bloody scene, managed to cut his hand as he was handling the corpses of Campbell’s family – he died within days of receiving the cut.

This was enough for locals of the area – they instantly labeled the ground as cursed…and gave it the title of ‘The Home of the Devil’.


The Praca da Bandeira

The building was eventually totally repaired and given the name of Praca da Bandeira – it is now a building that is well known for paranormal activity.

Every floor above the fifteenth seems to play host to a range of hauntings – on numerous occasions the fire systems have been set off by an unknown force and apparitions are constantly reported in the building’s stairwells.

Psychics who have investigated the property claim that most of the spirits are friendly enough…but there is also a dark force hidden in the background…

If you have any thoughts or opinions on the Joelma building fire, please leave them in the comment section below.

The Wem Town Hall Ghost

The Wem Town Hall Ghost

The Wem Town Hall in Shropshire, England, mysteriously went up in flames in November 1995. As the fire services struggled to battle the flames, a amateur photographer snapped images of the dramatic event.

One of these images displayed what is now referred to as the Wem Town Hall ghost…


The Photographer

The full force of the fire eventually managed to burn the Town Hall of Wem to the ground. As it crumbled and burnt, sewerage farm worker Tony O’Rahilly snapped as many photographs as his film would allow.

Tony knew that this was going to be an historic disaster in the area, so his photographs could prove to be very important in the aftermath.

When the photographs were finally developed, Tony noticed one which displayed a image of a little girl in the doorway as the building was ablaze all around her.

image of a little girl in the doorway

At the time Tony didn’t realize how important this photograph was…but within weeks it was a paranormal gem that had made international headlines.


Jane Churm

Three centuries before the Wem Town Hall fire, another infamous fire swept through the area.

A fourteen year old girl named Jane Churm accidentally set fire to her parent’s thatched roof when she was collecting fuel from underneath a bed.

In 1677 every house in the area was made out of wood and thatch – resulting in up to 540 buildings going up in smoke.

Many paranormal experts believe that Jane Churm is the girl spirit that appears in Tony O’Rahilly’s photograph.


The Ghost

The morning after the Town Hall fire in 1995, two fire professionals entered the burned down location to assess the damages.

As they made their way through the ruined building, they noticed footprints in the soot on top of one of the landings – footprints that seem to have been made by a child.

Wem Town Hall fire

When they left the location they checked with the local police and security – they had been guarding the area all night, nobody had got in.

A few days later, another two fire experts reported seeing a young girl inside the town hall ruins.


The Mystery of The Wem Town Hall Ghost

Over the years, Skeptics have had a field day with the ghost picture taken in the burning town hall. The most recent claim involves a postcard with the image of a similar looking girl from the period.

Unfortunately, Tony O’Rahilly died in 2005 but he always stuck to his guns on the legitimacy of the photo.

What are your thoughts on this subject – do you believe that the photograph is real or was it simply an attempt at fame from an amateur photographer?

Please leave your thoughts and opinions on the Wem Town Hall ghost  in the comment section below.

Ghost Sightings by Famous People

Ghost Sightings by Famous People

In this article we will be covering a handful of ghost sightings by famous people – prominent individuals who have either claimed or been said to have had paranormal encounters…


The Joan Rivers Ghost Experience

When Joan Rivers bought a Upper East Side penthouse condo in 1988, she was looking for a bit of peace and quiet away from the cameras outside…not the ghostly niece of financier and banker J.P. Morgan.

As soon as she started adapting and renovating the property she noticed things going wrong with the heating and electrical appliances. She also had problems with her pet terrier not wanting to enter the home.

The Joan Rivers Ghost Experience

The building’s elevator operator finally informed Rivers that “Mrs. Spencer is back” – this prompted the comedian to hire the services of a New Orleans voodoo priestess.

But this cleansing did not work – the ghost remained.

Rivers eventually decided to befriend the spirit by hanging a portrait of her in the building lobby and leaving floral gifts around the property.

Apparently – it worked!


Sir Arthur Conan Doyle’s Experiences

After Sir Arthur Conan Doyle became famous with his Sherlock Holmes series, he took on a rather obsessed interest in the paranormal.

He openly believed in ghosts, life after death and fairies – writing about each subject on numerous occasions. He even attended his fair share of seances.

In his 1930 book, The Edge of the Unknown, he covered handful of paranormal experiences that he had gone through over the years…

Sir Arthur Conan Doyle's Experiences

The most famous of these paranormal encounters involved Doyle waking up in the middle of the night, with the clear consciousness that there was someone in the room. But this someone…was definitely NOT from our world.

He couldn’t move a muscle in his body as he listened to footsteps tapping their way across his bedroom. He then felt the presence lean over his rigid body and whisper:

“Doyle, I come to tell you that I am sorry.”

With that, the paranormal visitor seemed to vanish, and Doyle could once again move his body.


A Sting Ghost Story

Musician Sting claims to have met a ghost when he owned a 16th century English manor house – he even went through the whole experience in a 2009 interview with BBC Radio 2.

A Sting Ghost Story

He woke at 3 a.m. to find his wife standing in the dark corner of the bedroom with one of the kids in her hands. He reached over for the bedside light and realized that his wife, Trudie, was still in bed with him.

She even woke up and witnessed the female figure herself.

When Sting finally drummed up the courage to get out of bed and approach the ghostly figure…it simply vanished into thin air!


Dan Aykroyd – The Ghostbuster

The famous Ghostbuster gave an interview to Esquire in 2013 where he came clean about his own personal paranormal experiences.

He claimed that he once lived in a Hollywood property that was also home to Cass Elliot – the musician from American folk rock group The Mamas & the Papas.

Dan Aykroyd - The Ghostbuster

He also claimed that this property was haunted by the spirit of a man who had been buried under a hillside next to the house.

A handful of has staff at the time also backed up his claims – they had witnessed common poltergeist activity and direct contact in terms of tactile touching, by an unseen hand

If you have any thoughts or opinions on these ghost sightings by famous people – please leave them in the comment section below.

The Black Cat of Killakee

The Black Cat of Killakee

In this article we will be taking a look at the legend of the Black Cat of Killakee, which really sprung to life in 1968, when a young couple bought the rundown Killakee House and started renovating it…


The O’Briens Start Work

Nicholas and Margaret O’Brien purchased Killakee House in 1968 when it was an extremely run down property. They had dreams of eventually turning it into an arts center for Ireland.

They started renovation work on the location, and during this time, several workmen lived on the site. Within days the men got used to the rather eerie setting…but then a sinister feline turned up…then disappeared into thin air…


The Legend

The Black Cat of Killakee is an old, legendary creature that has reportedly been sighted in the area for centuries. However, Margaret was less than impressed with the paranormal reports put forward to her by the workmen.

That is…until she witnessed the large cat herself…

Her first encounter with it was in the hallway of the house – squatting on flagstones, just staring at her.

The Black Cat of Killakee is an old, legendary creature

Margaret had no idea how the animal had got into the house, as all the windows and doors had been locked shut.

The most famous paranormal encounter with this cat came from a painter named Tom McAssey. He was working on the house with two of his employees in March 1968…


The Painter’s Tale…

All three of the painters were working inside the same room in the house, when the temperature suddenly dropped to an icy cold level.

Without warning, the door to the room smashed open and a strange hazy figure could be seen in the darkness of the corridor.

Tom thought it was a local lad playing a trick on him, so he shouted that enough was enough, and to come into the room – the painters were not buying it!

To his shock – his request was met with a growling sound.

The three men downed tools and left the room through another door, as Tom looked back, he saw a large hideous black cat with red eyes snarling at him.


Exorcism

After hearing about the painter’s ordeal, Margaret decided to get some religious help in to finally get rid of this phantom cat.

The building was eventually exorcised by a priest and the cat seemed to disappear…until…

In October 1969, a group of actors that were staying at the Killakee House Art Center got a little adventurous after a few drinks.

They decided to hold their very own seance…which resulted in the Black Cat of Killakee returning to the location!

The cat was bad enough – but their amateur seance session had also managed to raise the spirits of two nuns. These nuns have been spotted on numerous occasions since 1969.

A local medium named Sheila St. Clair was invited to the Killakee property to find out more about these new paranormal visitors. Her sessions led to her believing that the two spirits were linked to a pair of women that had been forced to help out with satanic rituals in the 18th century.

These rituals had apparently been held by a notorious group named The Hell Fire Club.

If you have any thoughts or opinions on the subject we have covered here today, please leave them in the comment section below.