Have you ever wanted to be cloven? Is the idea of having horns and wielding an ax sound promising? Are you a bit of a creeping peeping tom? You might be interested in becoming a goatman. Find an old secluded bridge nearby and start stalking the local pets and wildlife.
The Goatman–Or His Story, at Least–Still Haunts Prince George’s County
Maryland’s Goatman Is Half Man, Half Goat, and Out for Blood
Old Alton Bridge in Denton Texas
The Creepy Maryland Goatman and Crybaby Bridge Urban Legends
vCouple’s curiosity about Kentucky’s ‘Goatman’ legend takes fatal turn on railroad trestle
Living in Maryland most of our lives we have encountered places here where the history is almost palpable. Native Americans were drawn to the area with the rich seafood able to be caught along the shores of the Chesapeake bay. Being one of the original thirteen colonies, we are home to some amazing, spooky and possibly haunted sites.
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St. Mary’s College
Point Lookout Lighthouse EVP
Pasadena’s rock of ages
The History And Mystery Behind Pasadena’s Wishing Rock
The Banshee is a legend of Irish folklore. Generally regarded as a female entity, some consider her a part of the fairy culture and others a ghostly appreciation. She is signified by her wailing, crying and screaming through the country side. Often she is heard or sighted near the time of death of a loved one foretelling their demise.
Fantastically Wrong: The Surprising Truth Behind the Horrifying Banshee