Hancock County Historian Refutes Black Moon Manor

Paranormal tourism was a hot topic several years ago, and one location in particular attracted controversy and indignation before being torn down in 2012. I’m speaking, of course, of Indiana’s Black Moon Manor. The owner allegedly used false history to promote his paranormal tourist attraction, and charged ghost hunters to investigate. In 2014, a wrote […]

Mysterious Heartland’s Most Popular Top 10 Lists Revisited

In August 2014, we posted a ranking of our most popular top 10 lists. Since then, we have published dozens of more lists, with some becoming very popular. Because of this, we decided to update the rankings and see which ones have come out on top. Over the past several years, Mysterious Heartland has published […]

Ohio Museum’s Paranormal Tourism Plan Backfires

Earlier this year, the G.W. Adams Center (or “Prospect Place”) in Trinway, Ohio was engaged in a battle over property tax exemption with the Ohio Tax Commissioner’s Office. If the exemption was not granted, the nonprofit could go into bankruptcy. It is somewhat of an older story, having come out at the beginning of February, […]

Bragg-Mitchell Mansion’s Stately Lady and Phantom Feline

[] A stately, Greek-revival style Southern mansion with tall, Doric columns sits off Springhill Avenue in Mobile, Alabama. Built in 1855 by Judge and Congressman John Bragg, brother of Confederate General Braxton Bragg, the Bragg-Mitchell Mansion is a simple, yet elegant example of antebellum architecture. Today it is a museum that carefully preserves its antebellum […]

Disturbing Encounters at the Villisca Ax Murder House

From Chasing Shadows by Larry Wilson. I have investigated the Villisca House on four separate occasions, with my first visit in June of 2008 and the last on October 10, 2010. It was during my third visit that I witnessed the most incredible thing that I have ever seen since becoming a paranormal investigator. I […]