About Us

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.


The history of Cedar Grove Cemetery in New Bern, NC goes back to the year of 1800. During the yellow fever epidemic that ravaged the town, the cemetery for The Christ Church could no longer hold the bodies of the dead, so a new cemetery was built on Queen Street. Then, in 1854 an arch was erected along with a wall encircling the graveyard. That's when the creepy stuff began....

Near the southern tip of Pasquotank County close the coast of the Albemarle Sound is a now abandoned house now considered one of the most haunted houses in North Carolina. In the early part of the 1800's Thomas Lynch Shannonhouse and his wife built the once beautiful house in the middle of the swamp hoping to raise a happy family. What the house became was a spot of heartache, death and horror....

On the anniversary of a train wreck in 1891, sounds of carnage come from the accident site. Some claim a ghost from the accident comes back to ask for the time......

The Party Ghost of Cool Springs Plantation It's human nature I guess to be afraid of the things we don't understand. Most people, when confronted with a ghost would quickly turn and go the other direction. Most people would NOT invite a ghost to dinner. Yet, in this story, that is exactly what happened. Every time the owners of Cool Springs Plantati...