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Ghosts of North America

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  • Judge Roy Bean ("The Law West of the Pecos") (c.1825 - 1903)
    Phantly Roy Bean, Jr. (c. 1825 – March 16, 1903) was an eccentric U.S. saloon-keeper and Justice of the Peace in Val Verde County, Texas, who called himself "The Law West of the Pecos". Ac...
  • Gracie Watson (1883 - 1889)
    Perhaps the most endearing of all ghost stories in Savannah, Georgia is that of little Gracie Watson. An ambassador to Savannah both in life and from beyond the grave, Gracie has won the affe...
  • Dolly Madison, First Lady of the USA (1768 - 1849)
    First Lady of the United States from 1809 to 1817. She also occasionally acted as what is now described as First Lady of the United States during the administration of Thomas Jefferson, fulfilling the ...
  • B. B. Williams (deceased)
    President of Cooper Bessemer, Mount Vernon, Ohio Mr. and Mrs. Williams lived on a large estate on E. Gambier St. in Mount Vernon. A maid was found beaten to death in the yard of the BB William's Esta...
  • 2nd Lt. David Burnes (1739 - 1799)
    David Burnes has been referred to as David Burnes II, with his grandfather referred to as David Burnes I. This may have been initiated by historians to separate them. In several documents, David Burnes...

Scope of Project

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

Ghostly Spirits


American Ghost Society