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Bobby Mackey's Haunted Honky Tonk
Now called the “most haunted nightclub in America”, Bobby Mackey’s Music World was originally opened as a large slaughterhouse and meat-packing facility that served the area until the 1890s. To dispose of the animal remains, a well was dug in the lowest part of the building that still remains. As you can imagine, the history of the building plus the numerous deaths that have occurred there, have only added to the haunted legend of this place.
Haunted Kentucky: Ghosts and Strange Phenomena of the Bluegrass State (Haunted Series) Paperback – June 10, 2009
by Alan Brown
Hell's Gate and The Terror At Bobby Mackey's Music World 3rd Edition; by Douglas Hensley
Little Green Men: The Kelly-Hopkinsville Encounter
Sixty-seven years ago, a family living on the outskirts of Hopkinsville, KY made headlines after claiming they'd been visited by "little grey men" after spotting an otherworldly aircraft floating over their farmhouse.
The incident, also called the Kelly-Hopkinsville encounter, referring to the nearby unincorporated community of Kelly, was well documented in the media and pop culture: director Steven Spielberg cited it as part of the inspiration behind such films as E.T. and Close Encounters of the Third Kind.
The Kelly-Hopkinsville UFO and Alien Shootout; by George Dudding, Liz Lamac
Close Encounter at Kelly and Others of 1955; Center for UFO Studies, 1978; by Isabel Davis and Ted Bloecher
The Botanist and the Beast
Jane Marie Prichard went into Blackbird State Forest early on the morning of September 20, 1986. She was collecting the final data she needed for her thesis in botany when an unknown assailant attacked and killed her. The killer left evidence, but the DNA didn't match up to the only suspect's. With no leads and no motive, her case went cold.
Cursed Objects Vol. 1
Just as spirits are known to attach themselves to places that held meaning during their lives, they’re also known to attach to their favorite objects, unwilling to let them go even in death.
From haunted bunk beds to Valentino's ring to James Dean's Little Bastard, these objects have brought only pain and suffering to those who possess them.
The Good Hart Murders
Richard and Shirley Robison decided to spend the summer with their four children at their vacation home near Good Hart park, as they typically did. Their log cabin was located in the north woods on the shore of Lake Michigan. Secluded among the dense forest, the cabin was nearly impossible to see from the road. This peaceful area provided the setting for a gruesome massacre that remains unsolved more than 50 years later.
When Evil Came to Good Hart – June 25, 2008; by Mardi Link
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