Sitting on 210 acres in Prince Georges County, Maryland, the 23-building institution was once state-of-the-art, but has stood abandoned since 1982, when it was closed permanently due to concerns about the copious amounts of asbestos used in the construction. The main campus of Glenn Dale consists of a Children’s hospital building and main hospital building, which are connected by a series of underground tunnels and walkways.
Each of these buildings has its own morgue, and both structures are close to Glenn Dale Road, which bisects the estate and makes the buildings easy fodder for local trespassers who want to match wits with the Washington, D.C Park Police, who routinely patrol the area. Exploration of the Glenn Dale Hospital grounds is a treacherous experience, and not only because the place is closed and trespassers are not suffered lightly. +Lost Destinations: The Paranormal Files+ By the pricking of my thumbs, Something wicked this way comes...
A creeptacular collection of spooky stories, photos, videos and features of the very paranormal, ghostly & haunted brought to you by LD... so turn down the lights, lock the doors, and come explore the dark side with us... Want to purchase one of these, or any of my other photos...? All of my pics are available for purchase as high-quality prints on Kodak glossy paper, in 5x7 or 8x10 size; framing is available. Click here to order! Haunted Holland - www.haunted-holland.nl. SS Watertown Ghosts. The case of the SS Watertown is a classic example of what many believe to be an authentic ghost photograph.
The story, as recounted by the eminent and long-time director of the American Psychical Institute, Dr. Hereward Carrington, and as detailed in the house magazine of the shipping company, told of the tanker, SS Watertown making its way through the Pacific Ocean in December 1924. Seaman James Courtney and Michael Meehan were assigned to clean out a cargo tank. While doing this task they were overcome by gas fumes and died before help could reach them. Following the tradition of the sea, their bodies were committed to the ocean on December 4th. Ghost Research Society (www.ghostresearch.org) © 2003 Dale Kaczmarek. Roscoe Village. Click on any of the titles in the option box below to view the picture: Roscoe Village is located within the town of Coshocton in Coshocton County.
It's really close to OH-16. Visiting Roscoe Village is like stepping back in time. There are many historic buildings lining Whitewoman Street, and a few historical tours. But the history isn't the only reason to visit Roscoe Village...it's also a great place to go ghosthunting! One haunted building is the Old Warehouse Restaurant. The spirit of a woman who was murdered behind the Hardware store haunts that area. Another well-known haunted building is the Cheesery. Where do you want to go?