We visited the Stone House Restaurant and Country Inn a few different times and even spent the night there once. This blog post is based on our experience there in June of 2019.
During our visit to Point Pleasant in July of 2019, one of the locations we had to find and visit was Fort Randolph. We found it, but, it was closed.
Our main reason for visiting Tu-Endie-Wei State Park in Point Pleasant, West Virginia was to pay our respects at the final resting place for Chief Cornstalk. We visited the park in July of 2019.
In July of 2019, we traveled to Point Pleasant, West Virginia. One of our stops was the Tu-Endie-Wei State Park. In the middle of that park sits, the Mansion House Museum. Fortunately, the museum was open when we stopped for the visit.
During our visit to the Tu-Endie-Wei State Park in Point Pleasant, West Virginia (July 2019), we came across the grave site of Anne Bailey, also known as "Mad Ann Bailey".
In July of 2019, we traveled to Point Pleasant, West Virginia and one of the stops that we made on that trip was down to the Tu-Endie-Wei State Park. Our original intent for going to this location was to find the final resting place of Chief Cornstalk, but we found much, much more.
In October of 2008, we traveled to Memphis, Tennessee and one of the locations that we visited was the National Civil Rights Museum and the Lorraine Motel. This is the location of Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr.'s assassination.
In July of 2015, we traveled to Philadelphia, Pennsylvania and went looking for different locations associated and linked to one of our Founding Fathers, Benjamin Franklin.
In July of 2015, we traveled to Philadelphia, Pennsylvania and one of our stops was the Christ Church Burial Grounds in the Historical Independence section of downtown. This is also the location of Benjamin Franklin's grave.
Located on Waterworks Road in Gettysburg is one of the most haunted bridges in Gettysburg we have ever visited. We have been out to the bridge many times, but this blog post will talk about the most recent visit we made in July of 2018.
In October of 2018, we traveled to Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania to visit the Senator Heinz History Museum, we found some amazing treasures and artifacts there.
In June of 2019, we traveled to Farmington, PA for a Bigfoot conference, and one of the stops we made on that trip was at the Fort Necessity National Battlefield along the National Pike Highway or The National Road.
In June of 2019, we returned to the site of General Braddock's grave site. This time we came armed with some investigation equipment. This was the second time that we visited this location, and we wanted to see if we could prove or debunk any of the paranormal activity that has been reported.
On a very hot July summer day in 2013, we traveled out to Mount Vernon Virginia and visited George Washington's beloved home, Mount Vernon.
In May of 2019, while we were in Farmington, Pa. for a Bigfoot Conference, we stopped off at Fort Necessity National Battlefield and the Mount Washington Tavern.
In July of 2017, we once again traveled to Washington, D.C. and got as close as we could to the White House. This was our second attempt, and we will try to get even closer or take a tour next time.
In July of 2006 and again in July of 2010, we visited the St. Augustine Light House. Little did we know that in 2010, we would begin our paranormal research adventure, starting with this location.
In April of 2019, On her way up to the Parafest at Hotel Conneaut, Marianne spotted the Darrow Octagon House and decided to stop and take a look. She took some photos and recorded a video while at the location.
In July of 2016, we traveled to Key West, Florida, and one of our stops was at the Fort Zachary Taylor complex. At the time, we had no idea about this location and did find out until later on that it is haunted.
We were asked if we would like to investigate the Barnhisel House in Girard, Ohio by the Girard Historical Society. On February 17, 2019 we did just that; however, this time we did two investigations, two nights back to back.
In August of 2018, we finally got a chance to go over and tour the Strock Stone House in Austintown, Ohio. This is the building that sits next to the Meander Creek Reservoir that most people drive by every day and don't even realize it is there.
During our second visit to St. Augustine in July of 2010, Marianne looked around and booked us on a Ghost Tour (our second) that began at the Spanish Military Hospital in St. Augustine. During the day before the tour, we decided to go and take the day "historical" tour of the building. We now believe that Marianne had a paranormal experience while we were inside.
In July of 2013, we traveled to Washington, D.C. and took a tour of Ford's Theatre. Ford's Theatre is the location where John Wilkes Booth stepped into the Presidential box on April 14, 1865 and shot Abraham Lincoln in the back of the head as he was watching the play, Our American Cousin.
In July of 2013, we traveled to Washington, D.C. and stopped at Ford's Theater and the Petersen House across the street. The Peterson House is where President Abraham Lincoln took his last breath.
Starting in June of 2013, we have visited Hill View Manor in New Castle so many times that we cannot remember the actual count. We have investigated there, attended events there, put on a Halloween Party and Murder Mystery there, and even took a bus load of 50 people to investigate with us one night. Over the years, we have considered Hill View Manor to be our Second Paranormal Home.
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