10 Scariest Haunted Hotels You Should Never Visit!

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10 scariest haunted hotels you should never visit! i know we not doing any favors to these hotels companies by putting you off but you need to know about the creepy ongoings in these hotels

Staying in a hotel can be a bit weird as it is. I mean let’s face it, You don’t know who was in that room before you and you have no idea what went on in that room before your date of arrival. However some hotels have fairly dark pasts that are common knowledge to the public. So dark that people believe that there’s spirits that inhabit these locations. With that being said, Here’s 10 Haunted Hotels You Wouldn’t want to stay in………Unless you’re a ghost chase in which by all means go ahead and enjoy your trip!

10. Chelsea Hotel, New York City
First up on this, We have a hotel which at one point was Patti Smith, Andy Warhol, Jackson Pollock, and Madonna so called homes for some time, However, It has been said there are two who still haunt the halls. Now even though this hotel hasn’t been open since around 2011 as it was closed down for renovations (It was however opened back up in 2016 under the Chelsea Hotel Group moniker), former tenants and employees have long noted paranormal activity surrounding the ghosts of Sid Vicious who was accused for ending his then girlfriend’s life while they lived there, and Dylan Thomas, whose dedicated plaque on the outside of the building reads “Dylan Thomas lived and wrote at the Chelsea Hotel and from here he sailed out to die.”

9. The Marshall House, Savannah, Georgia
Next up, we have a truly creepy hotel that’s located in one of the most haunted cities in the United States of America, the Marshall House allegedly holds the spirits of Civil War–era patients from its former iteration as a hospital. Multiple sources have claimed that they have seen ghost and spirits wandering around hallways and foyers, as well as other creepy occurrences like faucets randomly turning on—sans human touch.

8. Langham Hotel, London, England
The Langham Hotel is said to be England’s first “grand hotel”. This 5 star location has hosted distinguished guests ranging from the likes of legendary author, Mark Twain to prolific writer, Oscar Wilde. Unfortunately, People don’t remember this location for the writers who previously stayed at this location. It’s the spooky stuff that’s accumulated over 149 years that puts the hotel on the list, including a German prince who leapt to his death from a window before WWI, and a man who killed his wife and then himself on their honeymoon. On top of this, Other spirits spotted on these grounds include the likes of Napoleon III, who spent some of his exile in the Langham, a man with a bloody gash on his face, and various butlers and footmen. Room 333 is said to be the most haunted of all the rooms in London’s most haunted hotel.

7. Ballygally Castle Hotel – Ballygally, Northern Ireland
Next up, We head over to northern ireland to look at the Ballygally Castle Hotel. This former castle is haunted by Isobella Shaw, lady of the castle in 1625. According to the legend that surrounds this castle, Lord Shaw locked her into a room and starved her following the birth her daughter. The reason for this punishment is because he was wanting a male heir rather than a daughter. Lady shaw would eventually meet her end when attempting to escape. Today, more than 400 years later, she still roams the premises in search of the child she never got to meet. Her room has been recreated and turned into “The Ghost Room”, which is open to visitors.

6. Elvey Farm – Pluckley, England
Next up we head back to the united kingdom to take a look at Elvey Farm. So in general, Pluckley is the “most haunted village in England”, at least according to the Guinness World Records. Elvey Farm, a dairy farm built in 1406 was turned into a B&B in the 80s, sits at the center of all things supernatural in Pluckley; ergo, it must be the most haunted hotel in England. Robert Du Bois, who ended his life there, claimed that the guest lounge as his favorite haunt, while farmer Edward Brett, who also passed away in 1900, has staked his territory in the former dairy, his last words of “I will do it” echoing through the room. On top of this, There’s also an unknown man-ghost in military garb who resides in the barn, the so-called Red Lady bemoaning her dead child in the graveyard, and the White Lady who haunts the church. Very Reservoir Dogs ghosts, these ones.
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Life in the Hamp Journey #14 – Greater Glory

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Christ has a greater story to be told through your story. Even though things may seem like they’re falling apart, if you are following Christ, they are falling into place. Keep serving child of God. There’s greater that God has for you. Just watch and see. Love you. #Greater glory

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The past ten years in Binghampton have been full of promise land hills and wilderness valleys that were draining, enriching, and solidifying our call to this part of the city. My family and I are embarking upon a new phase in our lives. For the past seven years, I have taught Old Testament, New Testament, and Biblical Ethics for a local college preparatory school. My time there has grown my faith, preparation, and leadership tremendously. But working full time at the school: combined with the responsibilities of a husband, father of four, and a full time community pastor, I was not able to sustain a God honoring level of commitment to either of my responsibilities. This past February, through great prayer and counsel, I felt strongly to pursue full time ministry in Binghampton. Ministry is being with, living, laughing, loving, suffering, and serving alongside of others. When I realized I didn’t have time for people, as a shepherd of the bride of Christ, something had to change. At this time, there is a necessity for me to be present more in my home and community. Would you pray about helping us to do just that? We have taken another step of faith and are trusting God to provide. Matthew 6:33 “But seek first the kingdom of God and His righteousness, and all these things will be added to you.”

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Come On In The Room-Metropolitan Spiritual Church Of Christ Choir

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Gospel classics are songs that are special, they’ve been around for a long time. We all know them word for word; love them, they have a special meaning in our lives, and they will never be forgotten.

The song-Come On In The Room, was penned by Alex Bradford (1927 – 1978) in 1952. Alex began his singing career at the age of four. Began performing in vaudeville at the age of five, and by age of thirteen had his own radio show. After a tour of duty in 1947, he landed in Chicago, and began working with Roberta Martin; many of his compositions were published and recorded by Roberta Martin. He worked with and traveled with the Mahalia Jackson Singers. Alex Bradford was the most important and popular composer of black gospel during the period 1952-58. His songs were recorded by the Roberta Martin Singers, Davis Sisters, Caravans, and several choirs. Some of his other compositions include “Let God Abide,” “Since I Met Jesus,” “After It’s All Over,” and “Leak In The Building.” In the 1950s he formed his first group the Bradford Specials. His fist hit was “I’m Too Close Heaven” in 1953 on Specialty records, and that led to a string of other successful recordings on various labels over the years. He got his Broadway start in 1961 in Black Nativity a gospel musical in New York, and toured with the show in Europe. It was no surprise that gospel singer Alex Bradford spent the last part of his life on Broadway, for it is commonly agreed that he was a most theatrical and flamboyant gospel singer and one of the most talented. With a big and robust voice and possessing antics that he had been developed from the age of four, Bradford could “take a house” at any time. Alex settled in Newark NJ, and became the musical director for the Abyssinian Baptist Church recording two albums with them. In 1978, he was in the midst of a struggle with another hit, Your Arms Too Short to Box With God, when he had a stroke and died.

The choir-The Metropolitan Spiritual Church of Christ Choir. The church was founded in 1925 by Elder L. L. Boswell and Rev. William F. Taylor. Elder Boswell the first musical director and Rev.Taylor, a former gospel recitalist, its first pastor. Services began in several private homes in the Kansas City area. They later held their services in the home of Mrs. Murray. Twenty-four persons became members whom Rev. Taylor baptized in the Big Eleven Lake in Kansas City, Kansas. A large crowd witnessed the baptizing. The foundation of Metropolitan became established in this first step of a “dream come true.” The membership outgrew the house, so now Rev. Taylor and Rev. Boswell began to look for a larger place. They found a large house located at 1231 Garfield Ave., (now the parsonage). The house offered great possibilities, soon they made arrangements to purchase the property. On September 22, 1925, the church became the Metropolitan Spiritual Church of Christ, founded by Rev. Taylor and Rev. Boswell. Services were held on the first floor. The membership continued to grow. The house was enlarged, and additions to the building, extended the property to the east of the parsonage. The church was dedicated in 1926. In 1927 a new church entrance was dedicated on East 13th Street. Rev. Taylor was elevated to the office of Bishop at climax of the Ninth Annual Spiritual Congress In 1934. The church started broadcasting live on the radio in 1935. Bishop Taylor passed away in 1942. The choir released their first album in 1958. The Diocese now has churches worldwide, and two of the most famous churches in the Diocese in the United States are, First Church of Deliverance in Chicago, and Prayer Tabernacle in Detroit. The church in Kansas City is known as “The Mother Church,” and it’s currently under the leadership of Bishop James D. Tindall, Sr. Bishop Tindall was ordained in 1976, by Rev. Clarence H. Cobbs, at climax of the churches Fifty-First Anniversary service.

Come On In The Room is from the 1958 album by the Metropolitan Spiritual Church of Christ Choir, titled Great Day.

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History of the Southern United States | Wikipedia audio article

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This is an audio version of the Wikipedia Article:
History of the Southern United States

00:00:39 1 Native American civilizations
00:01:27 2 European colonization
00:01:37 2.1 Spanish exploration
00:03:42 2.2 French colonization
00:05:00 3 British colonial era (1607–1775)
00:08:28 3.1 Rise of tobacco culture and slavery in the colonial South
00:11:05 3.2 Growth of the Southern colonies
00:13:39 4 American Revolution
00:16:34 5 Antebellum era (1783–1861)
00:19:08 5.1 Antebellum slavery
00:20:24 5.2 Nullification crisis, political representation, and rising sectionalism
00:22:55 5.3 Sectional parity and issue of slavery in new territories
00:25:47 5.4 Election of 1860, secession, and Lincoln’s response
00:27:41 6 Civil War (1861–1865)
00:30:35 6.1 Leadership
00:32:37 6.2 Abolition of slavery
00:34:18 6.3 Railroads
00:36:18 6.4 Sherman’s March
00:38:07 7 Reconstruction (1863–1877)
00:39:43 7.1 Material ruin and human losses
00:45:42 7.2 Political Reconstruction (1863–1877)
00:47:34 7.3 Railroads
00:48:43 7.4 Backlash to Reconstruction
00:49:50 8 Origins of the New South (1877–1913)
00:51:09 8.1 Race: from Jim Crow to the Civil Rights movement
00:54:18 9 Rural South
00:57:25 10 Creating the “New South” (1945–present)
01:01:26 11 Southern presidents
01:05:22 12 See also
01:06:10 13 Footnotes
01:06:19 14 Further reading
01:11:28 14.1 Historiography
01:13:04 14.2 Primary sources
01:14:20 15 External links

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The history of the Southern United States reaches back hundreds of years and includes the Mississippian people, well known for their mound building. European history in the region began in the very earliest days of the exploration and colonization of North America. Spain, France, and England eventually explored and claimed parts of what is now the Southern United States, and the cultural influences of each can still be seen in the region today. In the centuries since, the history of the Southern United States has recorded a large number of important events, including the American Revolution, the American Civil War, the ending of slavery, and the American Civil Rights Movement.

Deer Doggin’ 2017 | Dogs Strokin’ a Buck! (No Kill)

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Deer dog hunting Oak Tree Hunting Club. Good audio of a buck race we had Sunday. We came close to killing him but he wouldn’t hit the road. Maybe next time!

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Breaking News: Puppy mill rescue in NC

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On September 26, 2016 The Humane Society of the United States was called in by the Cabarrus County Sheriff’s Office to assist in the rescue of nearly 130 animals from a suspected puppy mill in Cabarrus County, North Carolina.

The Sheriff’s Office served a search and seizure warrant on the property this morning and found approximately 105 dogs, 20 cats and three goats housed in unsafe and unsanitary conditions. Many animals had untreated medical issues, were pregnant and in need of urgent veterinary care. Representatives from Cabarrus Animal Hospital are providing veterinary expertise.

The HSUS and Cabarrus County Sheriff’s Office removed nearly 130 animals, and their custody is pending the final disposition of this case.

“North Carolina is one of a handful of states that has failed to enact any regulations for commercial dog breeders,” said Erica Geppi, North Carolina state director for The HSUS. “The HSUS is urging the North Carolina legislature to enact meaningful reform that can prevent puppy mill cruelty in the state.”

An anonymous complaint to local law enforcement led to an investigation of the property. In cooperation with the Cabarrus County District Attorney’s Office, the Sheriff’s Office determined further action was necessary.
“Animal cruelty comes with serious consequence,” said Lt. David Taylor. “Our number one priority is the protection and safety of the animals, including their environment. In Cabarrus County we’re investigating claims and prosecuting to the fullest extent of the law. However, the investigation is just the beginning of the story. We are fortunate to have the support of The HSUS as we move forward with the response.”

The HSUS has safely transported the dogs and cats to a temporary emergency animal shelter. Animal rescue volunteers and responders from Red Rover are assisting with the temporary caretaking of the dogs and cats, and Banfield is providing medical supplies.

Once at the shelter, the animals will be thoroughly examined by a team of veterinarians and receive any necessary immediate medical treatment. The Cabarrus County Sheriff’s Office transported the goats to a safe facility for large animals.

The HSUS has established a reward program to offer up to $5,000 to anyone who provides any information leading to the arrest and conviction of a puppy mill operator for animal cruelty. Persons wishing to report a valid tip are encouraged to call 1-877-MILL-TIP and can remain anonymous.

“Stay With Me” during Holy Thursday Mass at St. Isidore’s

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Stay With Me, performed by the choir at St. Isidore’s Catholic Church during the Holy Thursday mass of Holy Week.

The St. Isidore’s Choir is directed by Frank Schmeidler. St. Isidore’s serves the Catholic community and students of Kansas State University in Manhattan, Kansas.

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Identity: I Am Who God Says I Am | Pastor Benny Perez

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Church LV is a multicultural and multigenerational church located in Henderson, NV, lead by Pastors Benny and Wendy Perez. At Church LV, we’re all about following Jesus and fulfilling His Mission. Our church began as a small gathering in the home of Pastors Benny and Wendy Perez and today it’s recognized as one of the fastest growing churches in the nation. We are determined to create a friendly and inviting atmosphere for you and your family. All are welcome here! You will find that each experience is unique, fun, creative and relevant to your life with a life-changing message from Pastor Benny.

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