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Ideas for possible locations to investigate in Florida / Lantana - Red Lion Pub
« Last post by TweetyBee82 on May 18, 2012, 02:41:40 PM »
Lantana - Red Lion Pub

There are three ghosts in this pub: a male, a blonde female, and a brunette female. The story says that before the pub was built, the blonde woman lived in that area. The man was in love with her, but their relationship was ruined by the brunette woman. Today, bottles and other objects fly towards brunettes and sometimes they feel a hand hitting their head. Blonde women feel their hair and face being gently stroked.

Red Lion Pub Map
10114 S Military Trl
Boynton Beach, Florida 33436-4048
Palm Beach County
Phone: 561-737-0434

Ideas for possible locations to investigate in Florida / Baker - The Lundey House
« Last post by TweetyBee82 on May 18, 2012, 02:39:03 PM »
Baker - The Lundey House

More haunted places in Florida submitted by our visitors, the following is by Rowan and remains un-altered:

My house is in Baker and I am interested with the paranormal world. There's this old house out in my yard that my grandparents lived in. The Lundey family lived in it first though. There is only one Lundey left in the family. We hope to find her and talk to her.

I wanted to look at it more close so I went to it and I did some call and response (try to communicate with a ghost) and I recieved answers for every question. I feel the ghosts are calling for help, because they feel they are forgotten and nothing to humans anymore. So I really think the house is haunted.

Ideas for possible locations to investigate in Florida / Cassadaga- Cassadaga Hotel
« Last post by TweetyBee82 on May 18, 2012, 01:55:38 PM »
Cassadaga- Cassadaga Hotel

The Jist- This hotel is also a psychic center. The hotel’s website claims that the hotel has had reports of paranormal activity and is haunted.

Directions- 355 Cassadaga Road, Cassadaga, Florida 32706

Tours- ? 386-228-2323

I also know that the whole city of Cassadaga has a lot of psychics living there. Its a very interesting town.

Ideas for possible locations to investigate in Florida / Clearwater- Capitol Theatre/Royalty Theatre
« Last post by TweetyBee82 on May 18, 2012, 01:49:36 PM »
Clearwater- Capitol Theatre/Royalty Theatre

The Jist- The Capitol Theatre was opened on March 21, 1921. During the 1920s the theatre was for silent films and on Friday evenings they featured vaudevilles.  Once the 1930s came around, they did away with the silent films and the “new things” were to go out in your best dressed and see “talkies”. By the 1940s the theatre started to host local events. There were a few beauty contests held here as well as local war drives. After the 1960s, once the renovations were completed, the theatre went back to showing films only. No other local events were held at the Capitol Theatre. Popularity started to die down, so in the 1980s two gentlemen purchased the building. Bill Neville and Jerry Strain tried to revitalize the theatre and offer $1 movies to the public; however, they only lasted a year.

Royalty Theatre Company took over the theatre and Bill Neville joined forces to try again, and revamp its reputation. Bill Neville was with a few other men in the theatre one night and was tied up against his will, beaten terribly and was stabbed to an unfortunate and horrific death. His body was later found by other members of the Royalty Theatre Company in the balcony. Sometime in the late 1990s, a Greek entrepreneur, Socrates, gave his shot at changing the Capitol Theatre’s popularity. It is claimed that he provided the public with false information about celebrity appearances and conjured up fictitious paranormal stories; all in hopes of gaining more recognition. In July of 2008 the theatre went into foreclosure and the City of Clearwater, along with a non profit organization, Ruth Eckerd Hall, teamed up to buy and renovate the place along with its next door neighbor (The Clearwater Sun Newspaper Building).

We had the opportunity to speak with Jeff Hartzog, Manager of Capitol Theatre. In speaking with Jeff, he said that he hasn’t seen anything to date, but has got the feeling of his hair standing up on end. The popular TV show, Physic Kids, visited this theatre in 2008. The physics picked up on a severe injury and a tightening of the chest and experienced all of this in the balcony. They also picked up on a female ghost by the name of Carrie. She claimed to be Bill’s much younger girlfriend who also worked at the theatre as an usher. When Bill was brutally murdered, Carrie was not only heartbroken, but also feared for her life. Her ghostly spirit claimed that she, “Knew enough to stay quiet.” They had these experiences, prior to being told the history of Bill Neville’s murder. Several paranormal teams have investigated this place, are those signs of possible paranormal activity occurring here? You be the judge.

Directions- 405 Cleveland St., Clearwater, Florida 33755

Ideas for possible locations to investigate in Florida / Brooksville- The Weeks House
« Last post by TweetyBee82 on May 18, 2012, 01:46:27 PM »
Brooksville- The Weeks House

The Jist- This house has long been thought to be haunted. Many newspapers have written features about this place. Ever wanted to own a haunted house? At the time of this writing, this home is currently up for sale.

Directions- 122 West Fort Dade Ave., Brooksville, Florida 34601

Ideas for possible locations to investigate in Florida / The Old Marco Inn
« Last post by TweetyBee82 on May 18, 2012, 01:42:55 PM »
Marco Island- Olde Marco Island Inn

The Jist- This history of this inn dates back to before Florida was a state and before the settlers were in America. The Marco Island Inn and surrounding city sit on Calusa Indian grounds. In 1883 Captain Bill Collier built the inn and created the now historic landmark. The inn originally had 20 guest rooms and a two story outhouse, that Ripley reported in his “Believe it or Not”. In 1896 there was a Smithsonian Institute expedition to Marco Island and only a few yards from the inn is where the famous Marco Cat and several other ceremonial masks and artifacts were found.

Obviously this place comes along with a long history line of very unique things. Now, there have been several reports of this place being haunted. HGC cannot claim for sure whether it is haunted or not. However, we do suggest that if you are near Marco Island stay in the inn and see for yourself if any ghosts have taken up permanent residence!
Directions- 100 Palm Street, Marco Island, Florida 34145

Tours- Currently no ghost tours are available. Let us know if you would be interested in one! 239-394-3131

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