Coming Soon…

18 01 2009

I wanted to apologize for the lack of updates, we have been quite busy with school starting, holidays, and testing out new camera equipment. For the next couple of months, Jennifer, Andrew, and myself will be producing the first season of an online ghost hunting show. Season 1 will consist of us exploring some of the most haunted locations around the state of Georgia. We have chosen 5 locations for season 1, some of these we have explored in the past, most are entirely new locations that we feel would interest our viewers. For the moment, you may view updates for this series on this blog, more information will be coming soon.

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Letter From a Visitor – Hell’s Church, Canton

2 01 2009

We recently received an e-mail from a visitor to our site giving us some explanations on the legends surrounding Hell’s Church in Canton, GA. Please read and give us your thoughts!

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In The News: Ghost Spotted at Haunted Kennesaw Mountain Battlefield in Kennesaw, GA

17 12 2008

I found this interesting article a while ago that I felt was appropriate to share on our blog. This is from Kennesaw Mountain Battlefield in Kennesaw, GA (a few miles from haunted Cheatham Hill Battlefield in Kennesaw). A man and his son were driving down the road one night around the mountain when a man on horseback ran across the road directly infront of him, which they believe to be a Civil War ghost.

One Cobb County, Georgia man says that he had a brush with what may have been a real ghost near Kennesaw Mountain earlier this month.

The man, who doesn’t want to be identified, said he and his teenage son were driving through Kennesaw Mountain National Battlefield the night of October 8 when they spotted something about to cross the road in front of their car.

Both Civil More..War buffs, they say the rider appeared to be a Union Army cavalry officer complete with a saber in his hand.

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This is neat because it puts some belief in what we observe at the Allatoona Battlefield Pass. I hope to investigate the site sometime but I hear it’s extremely difficult to get permission to, let alone sneak in.





Creepy Night at Cheatham Hill Battlefield in Kennesaw, Georgia

14 12 2008
Haunted Cheatham Hill Civil War Battlefield - Part of Kennesaw Battlefield in Kennesaw, Georgia

Haunted Cheatham Hill Civil War Battlefield - Part of Kennesaw Battlefield in Kennesaw, Georgia

Reported to be one of the most haunted battlefields in the Atlanta area, Cheatham Hill Battlefield/Kennesaw Battlefield has been known for strange EVPs and ghostly photographs taken both during the day and through the night. The Illinois Monument, located at the top of Cheatham Hill has been reported to be the most active location at the battlefield. This makes sense as feet directly in front of the monument is the exact spot where most of the soldiers were killed in the battle. Could the strange experiences at Cheatham Hill be the ghosts of civil war soldiers residualing haunting the grounds in which they were killed?

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Ghostly “Orbs” Manifesting at Marietta Confederate Cemetery?

14 12 2008

I don’t always believe that orbs appearing in photos at haunted locations are in fact paranormal as they can be explained by a lot of different things such as dust. However, a trip to Marietta Confederate Cemetery/Old Marietta City Cemetery in Marietta, Georgia one cold night proves otherwise, in my opinion. I’m not saying these photos I’ve taken are definitely ghosts haunting an old cemetery in Marietta, but they are definitely something I cannot explain. Could this confederate cemetery in historic Marietta, Georgia be a haunted cemetery housing the ghosts of civil war soldiers and slaves?

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haunted-georgia.org – Bookmark It!

14 12 2008

I registered a domain name for our blog: www.haunted-georgia.org
Be sure to bookmark it!





Titantic Exhibit Haunted in Atlanta Georgia?

10 12 2008

Are ghosts haunting the aquarium in downtown Atlanta, Georgia? I found an interesting article by the Atlanta-Journal Constitution detailing the supposedly haunted aquarium in Atlanta. Could this be paranormal… or not?

Do spirits swim with Atlanta’s fishes?

Are specters now among the many species that inhabit one of the world’s largest collections of sea life?

Is the Georgia Aquarium haunted?

Aquarium workers and officials seem to think there’s a possibility, with hundreds of century-old artifacts of the “Titanic Aquatic” exhibit occupying the Georgia landmark’s northwest corner.

-Atlanta Journal-Constitution

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The awesome people over at Roswell Paranormal who run the Roswell Ghost Tour investigated the exhibit.  Wish we could investigate the largest aquarium in the world… 🙂