Category: Resurrection Mary

cryptids-of-the-world: Resurrection Mary is t…

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Resurrection Mary is the spirit of a young girl found in Chicago Illinois. Resurrection Mary is described as a young girl wearing white with long black hair who appears on roads and asks to be taken to Resurrection Cemetery which is how she gets her name and once the driver gets there Resurrection Mary vanishes which makes her a vanishing hitchhiker. Legend has it when Resurrection was alive she got in a fight with her boyfriend so she walked home from Henry Ballroom and while she was walking on Archer Avenue she was hit by a car which then drove off and left her for dead on the road. Now Resurrection Mary’s spirit is cursed to walk the roads of Chicago asking for rides to be taken to Resurrection Cemetery only to disappear once there then repeating the process every night.

Meet Resurrection Mary, the ghost of Archer Av…

Meet Resurrection Mary, the ghost of Archer Avenue:

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Just southwest of Chicago, on Archer Avenue in Justice,
Illinois, across the street from Resurrection Cemetery, is a bar called Chet’s
Melody Lounge. Chet’s is a classic roadside tavern, with a pool table, a
jukebox, a popcorn machine, and a large clientele of bikers. But Chet’s has an
unusual tradition: every Sunday, the staff leaves a Bloody Mary at the end of
the bar for a ghost. The ghost’s name is Resurrection Mary, and she has haunted
this stretch of Archer since the 1930s, when she picked up young men dancing to
the big bands at the Oh Henry Ballroom. 

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here to continue reading this article by the Chicago Reader.

Meet Resurrection Mary, the ghost of Archer Av…

Meet Resurrection Mary, the ghost of Archer Avenue:

Just southwest of Chicago, on Archer Avenue in Justice,
Illinois, across the street from Resurrection Cemetery, is a bar called Chet’s
Melody Lounge. Chet’s is a classic roadside tavern, with a pool table, a
jukebox, a popcorn machine, and a large clientele of bikers. But Chet’s has an
unusual tradition: every Sunday, the staff leaves a Bloody Mary at the end of
the bar for a ghost. The ghost’s name is Resurrection Mary, and she has haunted
this stretch of Archer since the 1930s, when she picked up young men dancing to
the big bands at the Oh Henry Ballroom. 

Click
here to continue reading this article by the Chicago Reader.