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Haunted Places in North Carolina You Might Not Have Heard Of

North Carolina was established as a royal colony in 1729, and is one of the original Thirteen Colonies. It was the 12th state to ratify the United States Constitution and was the last of the eleven states to secede and join the Confederate states. As you can see, North Carolina is rich in history and…


Episode 2 – Legends of the Outer Banks

Download File | Play in New Window | Duration: 50:40 Subscribe Spreaker| Spotify| Apple Podcasts| Google Podcasts While the folks up north tend to get the claim to fame for being home to some of the earliest pioneers and colonizers of the United States, we can’t forget the South. Or, more specifically, North Carolina. Early…


Episode 1 – Ghost Hunting in People’s Homes

Download File | Play in New Window | Duration: 33:29 Subscribe Spreaker| Spotify| Apple Podcasts| Google Podcasts In this episode, APS Core members Alex, Jenny, and Donna talk about what brought them into the paranormal and helping people deal with their hauntings in their homes.


The Mysterious Case of Raleigh’s Crybaby Lane

Since 2019 started, I wanted to see what was the situation with Crybaby Lane…but a lot has changed since many of the articles on it have been written. I’ll be exploring the history behind this famous NC ghost story and what recently happened to Crybaby Lane. Get ready, because there are lots of photos and articles!…


The Waning Novelty of Ghost Hunting

As I prepare for our team’s upcoming expedition to Gettysburg, I find myself reflecting on the ghost hunting community. I want to be very specific when I say “ghost hunting” because I don’t want it to be confused with paranormal research. While the trend of ghost hunting is fading a bit thanks to the dwindling…


Sweet Dreams: The Haunted Bed of North Carolina’s Executive Mansion

North Carolina’s Executive Mansion, also known as the Governor’s Mansion, is located in Downtown Raleigh.  The stunning city-block sized building on Blount Street began it’s construction in 1883, and was built mainly using Prison Labor.  The mansion is built from natural materials found in North Carolina, meaning a lot of red brick.  One fascinating piece…