The Snow Hill Inn Formerly the Home of Dr. John S. Aydelotte – 1870’s The building known as The Snow Hill Inn stands on East Market Street in Snow Hill, MD is believed to be haunted by the ghost of William Aydelotte and is one of the most well-known haunted […]
Tag: Haunted Places
Where Are the Ghosts in Easton?
There are ghosts in Easton, the Eastern Shore’s second largest historic town. Easton’s name comes from once being the eastern capital of Maryland, and though there’s no need these days to have a capital city on the east side of the Chesapeake Bay, Easton is still an anchor on the […]
The Angel Oak in Charleston – Oldest Living Thing in the East
The Angel Oak is said to be the oldest living thing east of the Rocky Mountains. This ancient Live Oak located in Johns Island, South Carolina just twelve miles from Charleston historic district is a hidden gem few visitors know about. Majestic Live Oaks draped in Spanish Moss lining the […]
16 Hags Paddled the Transquaking River – One got Towed
Our last Travel Hag Adventure was July 23rd when 15 hags and their hag-men met the outfitters where the Transquaking River is crossed by Drawbridge Road. Travel hags came from the Eastern Shore, Washington DC and Pennsylvania. About half those who met had little or no kayaking experience and most […]
Happy Maryland Day – Top 10 Fun Things to Do in the Free State
I’ve lived in Maryland all my life. She’s just a little over 10,000 square miles, but this state has all a visitor or native could want for recreation and fun. Two major cities – Baltimore and Washington, DC, offer unparalleled venues for culture, entertainment, food and art. To the west […]
Bonaventure Cemetery – Savannah’s Enchanted Park
Bonaventure Cemetery located in Savannah Georgia, is the memorial park made famous by the book, Midnight in the Garden of Good and Evil. But it could also be America’s most enchanted park. Savannah is a city of superlatives … America’s most haunted city, home to the First African Baptist Church, […]
Atlantic Hotel in Berlin, MD – Haunted? Yes.
The Atlantic Hotel in Berlin, Maryland is not only an architectural wonder, but an aesthetic anchor for the Town of Berlin. And … it’s long known for being haunted. I had the opportunity to be a guest at this Victorian-era hotel in Berlin’s scenic downtown. I’ve been familiar with the […]
The Ghosts of Pine Ridge Indian Reservation
Sometimes we have to travel to the edge of ourselves to find our center. ~ Buck Ghosthorse Visitors to my Thin Places blog often ask, “what is a thin place?” My response is short – a thin place is a place where the veil between this world and the next […]