Haunted Dothan has its own ghost stories. Learn who is the mysterious ghostly man that walks the streets of Dothan, Alabama. Is it a long ago Marshal who is patrolling the streets in order to keep the patrons safe?
This ghostly tale is based on true stories from the Wiregrass area haunts. It is but a few of the stories from inside the infamous Pauly Jail in Union Springs, Alabama. This video of the ghostly tales from the Prisoners Of #Pauly Jail will focus on the stories of the three most infamous Pauly #Jail […]
The tale of the dancing #ghost of William Henry “Grancer” Harrison Jr. grew in popularity with the writing of the book, “13 Alabama Ghosts and Jeffrey.” This book was written by the famous Alabama author, Kathryn Windham-Tucker in 1969. In the closing of her book, she talks about the Harrison cemetery. You may ask, ‘where […]
#Ghosts have been a part of myth and #history for an inordinate amount of time. Nobody can pinpoint when the first #ghost was spotted or felt. They are here to stay as far as people are concerned. Many people describe ghost as entities or the spirits of those who have died but have remained on […]
Stan and Teresa Fikes, the husband and wife duo of #Wiregrass Haunts, a local Internet radio show that covers reports of paranormal activity all over the USA, recently welcomed historian #Dale Cox to their program. Cox was invited to share his historical expertise on the program, as well as share a few stories of paranormal […]
#Memorial Day is the day set aside once a year in which we celebrate and give thanks to the United States Military. We remember those who gave their lives so that we could live a better one. Memorial Day is this Monday, May 27, 2019, and the USS Battleship North Carolina will be celebrating the […]
As mentioned in the latest edition of the #WEBB Paranormal Newsletter, on March 14, 1865, the #U.S. Civil War was nearly over when a battle took place in Newton, Alabama. Newton is part of the American South known as the Wiregrass region, encompassing parts of Alabama, #Florida, and Georgia, so named due to the texture of […]