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ghostquest-usa: #Lake Nagog is used by the ne…

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#Lake Nagog is used by the nearby town of Concord as a source of clean drinking water, and sits between the towns of Acton and Littleton, #Massachusetts. According to #NativeAmerican legends, the lake is home to a fearsome sea #monster called Ap’cinic, which is described as having long tentacles, giant horns, and a sharp, gnashing beak. Ap’cinic is said to use it’s long #tentacles to snatch #swimmers and those who venture too close to shore. Although tales of the creature date back to the early 1600’s, the legend of Ap’cinic in modern times is regarded as merely fiction.

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After School Special

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What should be a normal afternoon “after school”, turns into anything but?

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What should be a normal afternoon “after school”, turns into anything but.

Was a plastic doll under the control of a dark force, or was a person under the influence of too many horror movies?

The perfect house for one couple turns into a nightmare they cant escape.

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After Death

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A grandfather makes a surprise return home… after his death.

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A grandfather makes a surprise return home… after his death.
If it wasn’t the living pulling on her clothes… who was it?
Who are the spirits haunting a historic inn and what do they want?

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ghostquest-usa: Robinson State Park in Feedin…

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Robinson State Park in Feeding Hills, #Massachusetts:

Established in 1934, Robinson #StatePark in Feeding Hills, Massachusetts is a state-owned, recreational #forest area with over 20 miles of paved #hiking and bicycle trails. The park spans over 1,000 acres of woodlands, and is maintained by the Massachusetts Department Of Conservation and Recreation. Hikers at Robinson State Park report feeling the presence of an unseen entity, as well as encountering the #spirit of a young woman whose body was allegedly disposed of at the park. #ParanormalInvestigators also report hearing disembodied voices, whispers, and footsteps late at night when the park is closed, as well as the sounds of children’s laughter in the distance.

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ghostquest-usa: Hey everyone! It’s July alr…

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Hey everyone! It’s July already, which means it’s finally summer time! It’s also time for the next GhostQuest.net monthly newsletter! I hope everyone had a great spring! For those of you who are just recently becoming part of the community – welcome aboard! And thank you for subscribing! I’m Brian, and I run GhostQuest.net, the internet’s soon-to-be largest resource for paranormal researchers, investigators, and enthusiasts. GhostQuest.net currently hosts one of the internet’s largest online databases of haunted locations and paranormal hotspots in the USA.

Happy Summer Solstice & Happy Independence Day!!

June 21st marks the first day of SUMMER with the summer solstice – a time to celebrate personal and spiritual growth, and the vibrant nature of the season! In ancient times, the summer solstice was celebrated with feasts and bonfires as a time of abundance, when people were free from the stress and burdens of the harsh winter months. Here in America, we also celebrate the 4th of July, better known as Independence Day, where we celebrate our freedom and independence in our own special way; with feasts, bonfires, and fireworks, of course! So for all of you awesome folks who have taken the time to read this (thank you!!), I wish you a happy Independence Day, and a peaceful, joyful, and abundant summer season!!

Exciting News & Updates

In recent months I’ve started posting more ghost stories, pictures, and other fun updates on social media, which have received some great feedback from you guys; my awesome Twitter, Facebook, Tumblr, and Pinterest followers! So first off, thank you guys so much for your support! I’ve also been posting new spooky videos to my YouTube Channel, so be sure to subscribe and like my videos if you haven’t already! I love hearing from you guys, and reading your comments and messages!

So, here’s what’s been going on with GhostQuest.net in the last month!

As I mentioned in my last newsletter, I’m teaming up with Marissa at Raven’s Quill Publishing to not only republish my Haunted Locations Index: New York book, but to also publish all of my Haunted Locations Index books going forward!! Having access to an editor and proofreader is vastly helping me to improve the quality of the content in my books, and the new cover design looks amazing!! I’ve also done an additional layer of research on the locations listed in my New York Index, which brings the final length of the republished book from 130 pages, to over 200 pages! So keep an eye out for the Haunted Locations Index: New York sometime over the next few months, available in paperback and eBook format!! And of course, all the information in my book is available for reference at: www.ghostquest.net/haunted-new-york.html

Additionally, if you’d like to get a FREE digital copy of the Haunted Locations Index: New York, you can CLICK HERE to join the GhostQuest.net Book Review Club!! You’ll receive a free copy of the Haunted Locations Index: New York In exchange for leaving me a quick, honest review on Amazon! You can also sign up to get all my future Haunted Locations Index series books just for leaving me another review! As an author, one of the biggest challenges when publishing a book is getting the initial reviews on Amazon, which serve as a recommendation to other readers who may be interested in the book. Not only does signing up for the GhostQuest.net Book Review Club help me out immensely, you also get a free book! And who doesn’t love free books?

Speaking of free books, as a THANK YOU to all my awesome newsletter subscribers (that’s you!), I’m giving away a free copy of my latest eBook, Top 5 American Monsters, which you can download by clicking the link HERE. Additionally, I’m making a YouTube Series about the Top 5 American Monsters that you can check out by clicking here.

So, what’s next? Over the last several weeks I’ve begun revamping the Haunted Locations Index: Massachusetts page, in preparation for publishing my second book, which will be… you guessed it! The Haunted Locations Index: Massachusetts. If you’d like to receive a free copy in exchange for leaving me a review on Amazon, you can click here to sign up! In the meantime, check out my current list of over 300 haunted locations in Massachusetts: www.ghostquest.net/haunted-massachusetts.html

Over the next month, I’ll also be publishing three more videos to my YouTube Channel for my Top 5 American Monsters series; The Wendigo, The Lake Champlain Monster, and one of my personal favorites, The Mothman, who terrorized several small towns in West Virginia during the mid-1960’s. So be sure to subscribe to my YouTube Channel so you get a notification when I publish a new video! As a new YouTube content creator I really appreciate your support so much!!!

I’d also like to give a special shout out to my awesome Patreon followers (all two of them…), who help to cover the costs of hosting GhostQuest.net by making a small $1 monthly pledge. And for $2, you can become part of the “Energy Drink Tier,” which helps me to stay caffeinated so I can continue delivering all this great content to you guys! This also really helps me cover some of the costs associated with hosting my website, and making GhostQuest.net one of the best online resources for paranormal investigators and enthusiasts! Believe it or not, the cost of running and maintaining such a huge website really adds up!

Well, that’s it for our July 2019 newsletter! Thanks so much for taking the time to read my newsletter, and don’t forget to send me a message saying hi! Have a spooky July!

Thanks,
Brian,
GhostQuest.net

Stay Together | EPP 254

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Stay Together | EPP 254

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The stress of living in a haunted house leads one family to almost break apart. They soon realize that the only way to stay together is to get rid of the ghosts.

Oppression leads to possession, one listener seems to be teetering very close to the edge.

A young man loses track of time and has to walk back home late at night on the road that legend has it, holds…

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ghostquest-usa: Boldt Castle in #Alexandria…

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Boldt Castle in #Alexandria #Bay, #NewYork:

#Boldt #Castle in Alexandria Bay, New York was commissioned by a wealthy businessman named George Boldt as a gift to his wife, Louise Kehrer Boldt. Construction began in 1900, but the island was #abandoned in 1904 when Mrs. Boldt passed away suddenly. Ever since her #death, locals report encountering the #spirit of a #woman #in #white, whose #apparition is most often seen walking along the #castle grounds at night. Many who visit #Bolt #Castle reported feeling unexplained cold spots, as well as witnessing objects being moved by an unseen entity. Other visitors report hearing the sounds of disembodied footsteps, and feeling a strange presence.

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