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Ghosts of North America

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  • Frances Hovey (1747 - 1816)
    At the death of Frances in 1816, sister of Dr. Hovey's first wife, Mary, the doctor was married again, to a woman from Newburyport, Massachusetts. Folklore claims that the ghosts of Ivory's first two w...
  • Mary Hovey (1745 - 1770)
    At the death of his second wife, Frances (Mary's sister) in 1816, the Dr. Hovey was married again, to a woman from Newburyport, Massachusetts. Folklore claims that the ghosts of Ivory's first two wives...
  • Jonathan Carver (1710 - 1780)
    Jonathan Carver (April 13, 1710 – January 31, 1780) was an American explorer and writer. He was born in Weymouth, Massachusetts and then moved with his family to Canterbury, Connecticut. He la...
  • Sarah O. Dooley (1846 - 1925)
    Sallie May Dooley, Daughter Of The Old South A descendant of several old Virginia families, Sarah ("Sallie") O. May, the eighth of nine children, was born on June 7, 1846, in Lunenburg County at Locu...
  • Orrin F. Mast (deceased)
    Mudhouse Mansion is located in Fairfield County, Ohio on Mudhouse Road. Mudhouse Road was named for the first brick-and-mortar building in the area; the old Mudhouse Tavern used to stand where Zane's T...

Scope of Project

This project identifies the tragic and terrifying spirits who haunt locations in North America.

Ghostly Spirits

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American Ghost Society