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The TV show Ghost Stories follows different people's accounts with the supernatural. It starts out by giving a background of the person and where the encounter happened. Then it goes into the person's recount of what happened and what they saw. Often times, people see very different things under different circumstances. Some see old family, friends while others see strangers they have never seen. Some actually talk with the people who they see, others just see a blob and that is as far as it goes. Either way, hearing their stories is interesting and makes you wonder if the supernatural is real.

Fridays at 10:00 PM et/pt on Travel Channel
1 Season, 15 Episodes - Canceled
October 16, 2009
Documentary & Biography
6.9/10
Ghost Stories (2009)
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Ghost Stories (2009) Full Episode Guide

  • Dr. Edwards' ghost haunts the abandoned hospital where he was killed.

  • Joel Clough's ghost has been haunting the jail since he was hung in 1833.

  • Sister Katherine spirit is still seen wandering the beaches of Galveston.

  • In New York City's trendy Soho neighborhood you'll find the ghost of Elma Sands. She wanders the Manhattan Bistro restaurant because the well in which she was murdered in 1799 still exists...in the Bistro's basement!

  • In the late 1700s, Elizabeth Pratt watched her children die from yellow fever at Fort Mifflin near Center City, Philadelphia. She still wanders the fort and terrorizes workers and visitors with her blood-curdling scream.

  • The USS Hornet, an aircraft carrier turned museum docked in Alemeda, California, is still commanded by the ghost of its World War 2 commander, Admiral J.J. "Jocko" Clark.

  • The cries of long dead children are still heard at the Villisca Axe Murder House and the killer's ghost remains as maniacal in death as he was in life.

  • Between "Lilly," a nine year old ghost that runs amuck in the Trans-Allegheny Lunatic Asylum and the spirits that actively haunt the Flinderation tunnel, Weston, West Virginia, maybe one of the most haunted places in the country.

  • The ghost of William "Red" Snyder, a murderer and vicious inmate at the Moundsville State Penitentiary, has no problem communicating with the living.

  • There is a ghost behind nearly every door in downtown Boise, but there is one place that locals will tell you is the most haunted building of all: Boise's Egyptian Theater.

  • In the late 1800s, dozens of people were slaughtered at a house in New Orleans' French Quarter. The ghost of The Sultan, the central victim of this brutal act, still wanders the French Quarter and the house where he was killed.

  • After losing a competition, James Jones Stark publically degraded Doctor Minis, the victor. The Doctor marched into the Moon River Brewery, and shot Stark. Today his angry ghost harasses anyone who enters this popular tavern.

  • As temperamental in death as he was in life, the ghost of El Fumador still presides over The Cuban Club in Tampa, Florida.

  • Jerome, Arizona was once known as the most wicked town in America. These days, the town is a sleepy tourist stop in the Arizona mountains. But it is here that the ghost of the beautiful and tragic Sammie Dean wanders the streets.

  • The Peter Shields Inn is a beautiful mansion turned hotel situated on the beach of Cape May, New Jersey. It is here that the ghost of fifteen year-old Earl Shields still wanders, searching for aid and comfort.

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