Does Wish Sheppard Haunt the Denton Jail ?

THE ALLEGED CRIME

In July of 1915, Aloysius “Wish” Sheppard was arrested for raping young Mildred Clark of Federalsburg. Later that year, he was convicted and sentenced to death by hanging. Wish Sheppard lived in Federalsburg with his mother and was approximately 19 years old at the time. He confessed to the crime, but later recanted stating he was coerced into confessing – threatened with being released into the hands of an angry mob if he didn’t confess. And the mob was angry.

See the rest of the story and read eyewitness acounts at:

[Haunted Eastern Shore]

Snow Hill Inn – 2nd Most Haunted Site on Delmarva
[travelhag.com]
In past years the Snow Hill Inn has served as as a private home, the town post office, the home of the Town Doctor, an apartment building and a well-known country Inn.  Today it stands empty seeming to want to shake its past karma
http://travelhag.com/2013/07/04/snow-hill-inn-2nd-most-haunted-site-on-delmarva/
Photo by Mindie Burgoyne

Snow Hill Inn – 2nd Most Haunted Site on Delmarva

[travelhag.com]

In past years the Snow Hill Inn has served as as a private home, the town post office, the home of the Town Doctor, an apartment building and a well-known country Inn.  Today it stands empty seeming to want to shake its past karma

http://travelhag.com/2013/07/04/snow-hill-inn-2nd-most-haunted-site-on-delmarva/

Photo by Mindie Burgoyne

VIRAL VIDEO: Ghost Experts Looking Into Whether New Hampshire Hotel is Haunted

Did NH Store’s Surveillance Camera Catch a Ghost in Action?

[Fox News Insider]

Is this New Hampshire store haunted? Ghost experts are said to be looking into a viral video that appears to show a glass plate inexplicably moving and falling off the counter

http://foxnewsinsider.com/2014/03/26/viral-video-ghost-experts-looking-whether-new-hampshire-store-haunted

NOTE: Almost as odd is a viral video that tells you it’s viral.

The Dark Past of Baltimore’s Rosewood Mental Hospital       
[Baltimore Fishbowl]
You know those creepy mental asylums in horror movies? Well, this story about Rosewood, the Baltimore-area mental hospital that closed in 2009, is about that bad.
http://www.baltimorefishbowl.com/stories/the-dark-past-of-baltimores-rosewood-mental-hospital/#more-62635
Photo by SheepNotGoats/Creative Commons

The Dark Past of Baltimore’s Rosewood Mental Hospital       

[Baltimore Fishbowl]

You know those creepy mental asylums in horror movies? Well, this story about Rosewood, the Baltimore-area mental hospital that closed in 2009, is about that bad.

http://www.baltimorefishbowl.com/stories/the-dark-past-of-baltimores-rosewood-mental-hospital/#more-62635

Photo by SheepNotGoats/Creative Commons

[HAUNTING] in Anne Arundel County 2013/Arnold MD (“Yes They Did Here”)

http://maryland-paranormal.com RTC (“Yes They Did Here”) captured by Maryland Paranormal Research ® at a private residence [Arnold MD] Jul 20-21 2013. Possible entities in stream of RTC/PSB7 respond to query regarding deaths in the home. A female says (“Yes They Did Here”).  Audio was captured on a SONY DCR-SR45 videocamera. [AUDIO ENHANCED].

Maryland Paranormal Research ® Promotional Graphic
This is our new promotional graphic for use at events and conferences. Contact us if other dimensions/formats are required. 

Maryland Paranormal Research ® Promotional Graphic

This is our new promotional graphic for use at events and conferences. Contact us if other dimensions/formats are required. 

HallowRead Conference - Ellicott City Maryland Oct 24-26 2014

Maryland Paranormal Research ® will host a paranormal investigation demonstration at the Hallowread 2014 conference in Historic Ellicott City Maryland. Visit the HallowRead Facebook site to attend this event and participate in giveaways. Proceeds from the three-day conference are donated to charity. The event is promoted by Fangoria magazine.

http://www.facebook.com/Hallowread

mdhsphotographs:

Looking southeast from Continental Trust building
Baltimore, Maryland
February 1904
Unidentified photographer
The Great Baltimore Fire Photograph Collection
PP179.174 

Full image with detail. 

Maryland National Guard, Great Baltimore Fire of 1904
Baltimore, Maryland
February 1904
Unidentified photographer
Subject Vertical File
SVF (Baltimore - Fires & Explosions)

Full image and detail. 

Burnt District map, The Sun Magazine (detail)
1904
The Great Baltimore Fire Photograph Collection
PP179.727

It’s the 110th Anniversary of The Great Baltimore Fire of 1904.

The Great Baltimore Fire of 1904 started on Sunday, February 7, at 10:48 a.m. with a fire alarm sounding the Hurst Building, Liberty Street and Hopkins Place on the south side of German Street (now Redwood Street). The fire would continue until approximately 5 p.m. Monday. The Great Fire was the largest municipal disaster in American history up until that time. The cause of the fire has been speculated as beginning with a discarded cigarette or cigar butt falling through a two-inch hole in a glass deadlight in the sidewalk above the basement of the Hurst Building.

Brisk winter winds spread the fire easily, and suddenly Baltimore’s fire department realized that they would not be able to contain the disaster solely and help from the surrounding area, including Washington, D.C. and Philadelphia, was requested. The fire destroyed 86 blocks and resulted in one direct fatality from the fire and four fatalities from illness attributed to the fire. More than $70 million in property loses were reported. 

Maryland Paranormal Research ® on Instagram
Maryland Paranormal Research ® is now on Instagram  Find us at http://instagram.com/marylandparanormal/

Maryland Paranormal Research ® on Instagram

Maryland Paranormal Research ® is now on Instagram  Find us at http://instagram.com/marylandparanormal/

Instagram

Amber’s Haunting: The Spirit Gals
The Spirit Gals are based in MD and assist with Maryland Paranormal Research ® projects.  Check out their EVPs: http://www.facebook.com/Spiritgals 


// 

Post by SpiritGals.

Amber’s Haunting: The Spirit Gals

The Spirit Gals are based in MD and assist with Maryland Paranormal Research ® projects.  Check out their EVPs: http://www.facebook.com/Spiritgals