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My name is Jason Stone and I've lived in North Carolina all my life, more specifically the Sandhills region. I've always been fascinated by history and ghosts(Who ISN'T interested in ghosts). On one trip to the outer banks not terribly long ago, I stumbled across a book called "The Flaming Ship of Ocracoke & Other Tales of the Outer Banks" by Charles Whedbee. I read it from cover to cover on the way home. Quite simply, I was hooked. I bought Mr. Whedbee's other books and read them all as fast as I possibly could.

What you'll find on this site is some of the greatest ghost stories ever told. Some are true, some are false and some are... in between. And if you're not careful, you may learn a little something as well. ;) These stories are very old and have been handed down for generations so some of the details may be... exaggerated. Although I try to keep the information as clean as I received it, I can not verify everything.

What you won't find here are scientific investigations of any kind. I own no equipment to do such work, nor do I possess the desire to be a 'ghost buster'. I'm in this for a good time, nothing more, nothing less. So you won't find hi tech acronyms or big words here. I leave that other people and wish them well.

Well, that's about it. I hope you find the site interesting and stay around. I'll be adding more content when I can as well as pictures whenever I can get to where creepiness reigns supreme. if you like the site or have any questions or comments, don't hesitate to shoot me an email.

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Ghosts by nature are strange things.I don't pretend to know everything about ghosts and creepy things that go bump, but there are a few constants that I've learned about haunted places and the things that haunted them. Some exist for revenge, some for love long gone or gone wrong. And some are attached to a particular spot they remember fondly even if what they remember is no longer there....

The Devils Stairs

The Devils Stairs The area known as "The Devils Stairs" is on NC 194 about six miles north of West Jefferson in Ashe County. Near the junction of SR 1507 (or Stanley road) is a bridge that spans Buffalo Creek. To the left of the bridge is a rock formation of four near perfect stairs, each nearly twelve feet high. The formation was man made in the ea...

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Mob violence is the cause for a pair of ghost stories in Chocowinity, NC....

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To the mountain people of western North Carolina, superstitions are as natural as breathing. Whether it's believing that hanging the skull over a murders head will make them tell the truth, or that angels sing on a mountain after a rainstorm. They believe as they do anything else, with all their hearts. This plays heavily into this story where a murderer would've gotten away scot-free if it wasn't...