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Known for his natural, authentic, understated acting style and screen performances, Cooper's career spanned 36 years, from to , and included leading roles in 84 feature films. He was a major movie star from the end of the silent film era through to the end of the golden age of Classical Hollywood.
His screen persona appealed strongly to both men and women, and his range of performances included roles in most major film genres. His ability to project his own personality onto the characters he played contributed to his natural and authentic appearance on screen. Throughout his career, he sustained a screen persona that represented the ideal American hero. Cooper began his career as a film extra and stunt rider , but soon landed acting roles. After establishing himself as a Western hero in his early silent films, he became a movie star in with his first sound picture, The Virginian.
In the early s, he expanded his heroic image to include more cautious characters in adventure films and dramas such as A Farewell to Arms and The Lives of a Bengal Lancer During the height of his career, Cooper portrayed a new type of hero—a champion of the common man—in films such as Mr. In the postwar years, he portrayed more mature characters at odds with the world in films such as The Fountainhead and High Noon In his final films, Cooper played non-violent characters searching for redemption in films such as Friendly Persuasion and Man of the West The marriage was interrupted by a three-year separation that was precipitated by Cooper's affair with Patricia Neal.
He was one of the top 10 film personalities for 23 consecutive years and was one of the top money-making stars for 18 years. Alice wanted her sons to have an English education, so in she took them to England to enroll them in Dunstable Grammar School in Bedfordshire. While there Cooper and his brother lived with their father's cousins, William and Emily Barton, in their ancestral home in Houghton Regis.
When Cooper was fifteen his hip was injured in a car accident. On his doctor's recommendation he returned to the Seven-Bar-Nine ranch to recuperate by horseback riding. Cooper was still attending high school in when he took three art courses at Montana Agricultural College in Bozeman. Cooper did well academically in most of his courses,  but was not accepted into the school's drama club. In the autumn of , Cooper's father left the Montana Supreme Court bench and moved with his wife to Los Angeles  to administer the estates of two relatives,  and at his father's request Cooper joined them there in late November.
Cooper and Talbot became close friends and hunting companions, and Talbot later worked as Cooper's stuntman and stand-in for over thirty years. Cooper also found work in a variety of non-Western films, appearing, for example, as a masked Cossack in The Eagle , as a Roman guard in Ben-Hur , and as a flood survivor in The Johnstown Flood It became one of the most commercially successful films of Cooper became a major movie star in with the release of his first sound picture, The Virginian , which was directed by Victor Fleming and co-starred Mary Brian and Walter Huston.
One of the more important performances in Cooper's early career was his portrayal of a sullen legionnaire in Josef von Sternberg 's film Morocco  with Marlene Dietrich in her introduction to American audiences.
During his time abroad, Cooper stayed with the Countess Dorothy di Frasso at the Villa Madama in Rome, where she taught him about good food and vintage wines, how to read Italian and French menus, and how to socialize among Europe's nobility and upper classes.
In , after completing Devil and the Deep with Tallulah Bankhead to fulfill his old contract,  Cooper appeared in A Farewell to Arms ,  the first film adaptation of an Ernest Hemingway novel. Folsey 's lavish cinematography, the film did poorly at the box office. That same year, Cooper appeared in two Henry Hathaway films: Cooper's career took an important turn in As soon as I thought of Gary Cooper, it wasn't possible to conceive anyone else in the role.
He could not have been any closer to my idea of Longfellow Deeds, and as soon as he could think in terms of Cooper, Bob Riskin found it easier to develop the Deeds character in terms of dialogue. So it just had to be Cooper. Every line in his face spelled honesty. Deeds had to symbolize uncorruptibility, and in my mind Gary Cooper was that symbol.
Both Desire and Mr. Deeds opened in April to critical praise and were major box-office successes. Cooper appeared in two other Paramount films in In Lewis Milestone 's adventure film The General Died at Dawn with Madeleine Carroll , he plays an American soldier of fortune in China who helps the peasants defend themselves against the oppression of a cruel warlord.
DeMille 's sprawling frontier epic The Plainsman —his first of four films with the director—Cooper portrays Wild Bill Hickok in a highly fictionalized version of the opening of the American western frontier. In contrast to his output the previous year, Cooper appeared in only one picture in , Henry Hathaway's adventure film Souls at Sea.
And I was almost good. Selznick 's first choice for the part. But I said no. I didn't see myself as quite that dashing, and later, when I saw Clark Gable play the role to perfection, I knew I was right. It succeeded only at the European box office market. In the fall of , Cooper appeared in H. Potter 's romantic comedy The Cowboy and the Lady with Merle Oberon , about a sweet-natured rodeo cowboy who falls in love with the wealthy daughter of a presidential hopeful, believing her to be a poor, hard-working lady's maid.
In the next two years, Cooper was more discerning about the roles he accepted and made four successful large-scale adventure and cowboy films. Wellman 's adventure film Beau Geste , he plays one of three daring English brothers who join the French Foreign Legion in the Sahara to fight local tribes. In Henry Hathaway 's The Real Glory , he plays a military doctor who accompanies a small group of American Army officers to the Philippines to help the Christian Filipinos defend themselves against Muslim radicals.
Cooper returned to the Western genre in William Wyler 's The Westerner with Walter Brennan and Doris Davenport , about a drifting cowboy who defends homesteaders against Roy Bean , a corrupt judge known as the "law west of the Pecos ".
The early s were Cooper's prime years as an actor. That same year, Cooper made two films with director and good friend Howard Hawks. York ,  one of the most decorated American soldiers in World War I. Shucks, I've been in the business sixteen years and sometimes dreamed I might get one of these.
That's all I can say Funny when I was dreaming I always made a better speech. While researching slang, he meets Stanwyck's flirtatious burlesque stripper Sugarpuss O'Shea who blows the dust off their staid life of books. Cooper's only film appearance in was also his last under his Goldwyn contract. After Gehrig's widow visited the actor and expressed her desire that he portray her husband,  Cooper accepted the role that covered a twenty-year span of Gehrig's life—his early love of baseball, his rise to greatness, his loving marriage, and his struggle with illness, culminating in his farewell speech at Yankee Stadium on July 4, before 62, fans.
Due to his age and health, Cooper did not serve in the military during World War II ,  but like many of his colleagues, he got involved in the war effort by entertaining the troops. The group often shared the same sparse living conditions and K-rations as the troops. In , Cooper appeared in Cecil B. DeMille's wartime adventure film The Story of Dr. Wassell with Laraine Day — his third movie with the director.
Wassell , who leads a group of wounded sailors through the jungles of Java to safety. Wassell was one of the top-grossing films of the year. Cooper's career during the post-war years drifted in new directions as American society was changing.
While he still played conventional heroic roles, his films now relied less on his heroic screen persona and more on novel stories and exotic settings. Robert Oppenheimer , Cooper was uneasy with the role and unable to convey the "inner sense" of the character.
DeMille's epic adventure film Unconquered with Paulette Goddard , about a Virginia militiaman who defends settlers against an unscrupulous gun trader and hostile Indians on the Western frontier during the eighteenth century.
Based on the novel by Ayn Rand who also wrote the screenplay, the film reflects her Objectivist philosophy and attacks the concepts of altruism and collectivism while promoting the virtues of selfishness and individualism. Deeds out of his element". Unable to gain the support of the frightened townspeople, and abandoned by his young bride, Kane nevertheless stays to face the outlaws alone. In , Cooper appeared in Henry Hathaway's Western drama Garden of Evil , with Susan Hayward , about three soldiers of fortune in Mexico hired to rescue a woman's husband.
During this period, Cooper struggled with health problems. As well as his ongoing treatment for ulcers, he suffered a severe shoulder injury during the filming of Blowing Wild when he was hit by metal fragments from a dynamited oil well.
In , he appeared in Otto Preminger 's biographical war drama The Court-Martial of Billy Mitchell , about the World War I general who tried to convince government officials of the importance of air power, and was court-martialed after blaming the War Department for a series of air disasters. In the film, which was based on the novel by John O'Hara ,  Cooper plays an attorney whose life is ruined by a double-crossing politician and his own secret affair with his daughter's young roommate.
Despite his ongoing health problems and several operations for ulcers and hernias , Cooper continued to work in action films. Cobb , about a reformed outlaw and killer who is forced to confront his violent past when the train he is riding in is held up by his former gang members. After his Warner Bros. While Cooper received positive reviews, Variety and Films in Review felt he was too old for the part.
Cooper was formally introduced to his future wife, twenty-year-old New York debutante Veronica Balfe , [Note 6] on Easter Sunday at a party given by her uncle, art director Cedric Gibbons. Prior to his marriage, Cooper had a series of romantic relationships with leading actresses, beginning in with Clara Bow , who advanced his career by helping him get one of his first leading roles in Children of Divorce.
After he was married in December , Cooper remained faithful to his wife until the summer of , when he began an affair with Ingrid Bergman during the production of For Whom the Bell Tolls. He also confessed that he was in love with Neal, and continued to see her. Cooper biographers have explored his friendship in the late twenties with the openly gay actor Anderson Lawler , with whom Cooper shared a house on and off for a year, while at the same time seeing Clara Bow, Evelyn Brent and Lupe Velez.
Though rumors have persisted, there is no agreement among Cooper biographers on whether Cooper and Lawler were simply close friends with similar interests or in fact had a same-sex affair. For me the really satisfying things I do are offered me, free, for nothing. Ever go out in the fall and do a little hunting? See the frost on the grass and the leaves turning?
Spend a day in the hills alone, or with good companions? Watch a sunset and a moonrise? Notice a bird in the wind? A stream in the woods, a storm at sea, cross the country by train, and catch a glimpse of something beautiful in the desert, or the farmlands?
Both men admired the work of Rudyard Kipling —Cooper kept a copy of the poem " If— " in his dressing room—and retained as adults Kipling's sense of boyish adventure. As well as admiring Cooper's hunting skills and knowledge of the outdoors, Hemingway believed his character matched his screen persona,  once telling a friend, "If you made up a character like Coop, nobody would believe it.
Pulling into the driveway and seeing the bed and breakfast I knew it was a good decision to go. They Immediately made us feel at home. Charlie set up a private dinner for us Swiss steak, mashed potato and green been casserole, it was a delicious dinner a massage and relaxation time in the jacuzzi tub.
Dessert was apple dumplings and vanilla ice cream. Breakfast the next morning Charlie offered made to order omlettes, french toast bake, fruit bowl with yougurt, and bacon she also provided coffee, tea, fresh squeezed juice which I believe was pineapple and orange juice.. They love what they do and I believe they were meant to run a B and B, Charlie is a terific cook! We stayed in the Dogwood Suite, which has a big picture window with a window seat.
Chase lounge chair is set in a small seperate area off of the bedroom. The private bath has a walk in shower and a jacuzzi bath. The toilet is in a seperate room off of the bathroom itself.
We woke to the sun rising over the trees and got to see swans swimming in the pond and the birds feeding from the homemade bird feeders. This place is located on a country road and it makes you think you are somewhere other than Ohio.
This would be a great place for one to three couples to just get away. Dale did guess before arriving where we were staying a B and B because as he said there was nothing else out there. You will not be dissappointed if you choose to stay. I did not look at the other two rooms but Dogwood was spectacular.. Thank you Charlie for everything. I hope to be back. Sorry, I am new to bed and breakfast experiences.
The experience is almost as far as the east is from the west… from being a mere business transaction. The experience was all about hospitality. Hospitality must one of the nicest and warmest words in the English tongue. What can we say. My wife enjoys fishing and fish we did!
John and Charley brought us fishing lines and life jackets and we each caught five fish. John and Charley graciously offered to shoot our pictures … waiting until they bite. It was a blast. Charley knows the value of the little extras that make the BIG difference.
She is flat out cool, and fun, and a riot! From little personal pieces of chocolate… to fresh cut flowers in our room with a personal note… to willingly arranging a one-hour couples massage for us. From the warm greeting when we arrived to the personal and never-ending attention we received during our stay, this is an amazing bed and breakfast in Hartville, Ohio! All the details are top-notch: Everything really was great. On top of this, we were able to fish their pond and even in the midst of a degree weekend, Charlie queued the fish and we caught over 20 fish a mix of bass and sunfish.
Our largest was over a pound and half. Hartville is a great area too. Tons of stuff to do in Hartville and surrounding areas are all within minute drive Canton, Akron, Green, etc. The sign is a little hard to see and could use a spotlight on it. My boyfriend surprised me on Valentines day this year with such a special surprise I will never forget. Charlie was simply fantastic and made our holiday all the more special. I would bring her home with me if I could.
Her charming demeanor and fantastic cooking if only I could find the words to describe it only added to an amazing experience. I can only feel blessed that I have someone who loves me enough to take me to this beautiful house with these beautiful people, and I can also only say I feel incredibly lucky to be so close.
John and Charlie, you are two amazing individuals, and I hope to see you both sooner rather than later. Coming from Holland, that very small country at the seaside in Europe we are always impressed by Canada and America. Everything is so different, especially that everything is so big. Not only the food and the land, but also the hearts of most of the people we have met! We were greeted so enthusiastically by John and Charlie. There were lots of people in the house because of a church retreat, and one hour after our arrival we were eating and speaking with them as if we were a member of that church ourselves!
Although we were tired from our trip, we had a very inspiring evening. After that we slept in a very nice and quiet room and woke up the next sunday morning with very nice piano music. That whole day we were treated as very special persons and experienced such great hospitality that we became shy……. We met God in the persons who took so good care for us that weekend and that is why our stay was so special.
John and Charlie, you are still in our hearts and we are proud that we have been your first European visitors! God bless you and your family. What a wonderful experience. Never were there two more hospitable persons.
They just make you so welcome and the obvious love in the home is just so gratifying. Like a little bit of heaven on earth. The entire experience was overwhelming. Such outstanding breakfasts made from scratch. Clean and comfortable room and bath. What a location, in the midst of lush farmland and adjacent to a forest.
Even the deer are friendly. Compassionate care in classy country Covey. What are you waiting for? None can compare with Quails Covey. From the luxuriousness of the Dogwood Suite to the incomparable attention to detail by Charlotte and John, Quails Covey is in a league of its own.
The Dogwood Suite can be seen in the website pictures, of course. But it must be stayed in to be appreciated. It lacks nothing in so far as aesthetics and creature comforts. Windows from the ceiling almost to the floor flood the suite with light and glorious views of the back yard, leading back into the the beautiful woods filled with walking paths.
The bedroom is enormous and yet so inviting — wonderful reading chair and window seat. I slept with the windows open and woke hearing the birds and seeing the sunrise. I even got to enjoy a thunder storm! The king-sized bed is so comfortable, enhanced by the highest quality sheets. A separate sitting room boasts a comfortable chaise lounge and a large closet. The bathroom is enormous, with a large jacuzzi tub that relaxed my sore muscles to a separate delightful shower with two shower heads.
The two sink washing area afforded excellent counter space. Each day Charlotte had the fresh towels and wash cloth wrapped in a ribbon on a step into the jacuzzi.
Every morning Charlotte had a tray outside the room with fresh squeezed juice , a pot of tea, or coffee a fresh carafe of water, and a muffin waiting outside the door. In the evenings, you find another carafe of water with a bucket of ice waiting for you. Breakfast in the sunroom was pure delight. Omelets, french toast casserole, and delicious items ranging form cereal to fruit muffins rounded out the breakfast for you. Charlotte and John were supurb hosts, anticipating your every your every need.
I cannot wait to return. They are a living example of how God wants us to live our lives and share what we have with others. If I have to travel back to Hartville, I hope I am fortunate enough to stay with them again. We stayed in the Dogwood Suite on February 17th and it was amazing. Our room was beautiful and cozy. The little touches…the flowers, the candy…even the ribbons wrapped around the towels gave us the feeling that the room was prepared just for us. The bed was heavenly. What an awe-inspiring movie.
The juice and scones outside our room in the morning was another special touch. Charlie cooks an awesome breakfast, too…the french toast casserole is to die for. We have told so many people about this wonderful place and we will be back for a visit.
When you meet these beautiful people, you will think that you have known them forever. God Bless You Both. Posted by Brian Durrant on My fiance Sarah and I had a delightful stay back in October. The fall colors were just prime and we really took advantage of the wooded trails located right on the property.
We loved the dogwood suite and all it had to offer in luxury and relaxation. We just had a splendid stay and we would recommend a relaxing weekend there to any couples in love who would like to escape for a romantic and scenic weekend.
Our overnight stay was more than just great, it was perfect. Thanks Charlie for being such a great hostess and cook. Our candle light dinner and breakfast was fit for royalty. We were in awe over the house and grounds. We are still talking to our friends and relatives about it.
We thank you also for all the nice little things that you did like the flower and candy. I just heard that you were doing this, Charlie, and was so excited for you! It is absolutely no surprise to me that you would do this, and get such rave reviews for doing so. I am truly honored to say that I was a guest of yours several times — can you believe it was nearly 10 years ago?! Probably before the bed and breakfast idea was born!
I can attest to the wonderful hospitality and cooking. I love the memories I have of you, and John, and I am so happy for you both. Congratulations on your success, and best of luck in the future! I told Marcia this was our best Red Hat meeting ever! I have a bible study group of about 8 and I told them about your place for a tea. We were wondering what days and times you would have available for a tea, this would be the week of June 8th, Char and John were the perfect hosts, the food was unbelievably good, and the atmosphere was very relaxing.
We will continue to book our work Christmas parties with them yearly. Charlie greeted us at the door, and made us feel so welcome. We met her family there, and they were warm and pleasant too. Charlie seemed to know our every need before we did, and she made it seem so easy to create and serve the most delicious and beautiful foods. At our request, Charlie even started our meal with a beautiful grace. God Bless these wonderful folks!
Posted by Christine on Since we are currently living several hundreds of miles from each other we find ourselves spending a lot of time on airplanes and in hotel rooms.
I called to make our reservation and was pleasantly surprised to hear a cheery welcoming voice on the other end. Charlie was willing to not only hear a cliff notes version of our story but was willing to cater to our special day.
Upon our arrival, we found the house to be very warm and charming in every aspect! Charlie and her husband John welcomed us into their home like family. As Charlie showed us around and then up to our room we noticed the attention to detail this couple has taken. The Dogwood Suite is absolutely perfect for a romantic get away!!! The over sized Jacuzzi tub was so soothing.
The bed was very plush and inviting. Our suite was well appointed to meet our every need. Charlie made us a dinner to die for! It was the ultimate in comfort food fests! After dinner we retired to our room to watch The Notebook- a very special move for us.
It was our 4year ann. They are some of the sweetest, kindest,humblest people we will ever meet! She made a great dinner that you probly couldnt get served at a 5 star restraunt. MMmmm For desert, she made peach cobbler. Then later that night she made apple dumplings with ice cream. She goes way up and beyong your needs. The food was to die for.
My husband and them stayed up talking for a while that night. Then we fell asleep to the sound of rain and the waterfall. It was ever so peaceful! The next morning she put coffee outside our door with a delicious juice,and then served breakfast. Omlets any way you like,bacon,homeade bread and jelly,Tomatoes and french bread cassorol. MMmmm We will definatly be back. Thanks you John and Charlie for making our ann.
We typically stay in hotels when we travel. We were curious, even hesitant as we drove down the beautiful tree lined drive to a lovely Tutor home sitting in a panorama of trees, surrounded by beautiful rich flowering gardens and wild life. We were greeted at the front door by Charlotte Charlie , her warm smile and welcoming home. She showed us around our room, and explained that we could relax in the family room, decks, yard, and enjoy everything there.
Our room was huge, and private, loved the Jacuzzi tub! It was clear that Charlie and John truly enjoy opening their home to others. Everything was cleaned and polished, the gardens in pristine condition. Even the deer made their debut as Charlie was showing us around the house!
We awoke to the beautiful sun rise outside our window, mist lazily rising off the pond, frogs croaking, and Hot Coffee was served just outside our room in the morning. We took our time getting ready for the day, sauntered down stairs with coffee in hand to find Charlie smiling pouring us a fresh glass of home made juice her own blend of pineapple, orange, banana , letting us know that breakfast will be ready in a few minutes.
When we were done, we found Charlie feeding a tiny baby kitten with warm, nutritious formula. She explained that the mother had died before they were weaned, so she feeds them every two hours!!!!!!
Obviously Charlie and John love what they do and are fantastic at doing it. They are all radiant with so many greens. Quail Hollow has many trails to enjoy a walk thru the woods. This is my favorite time of year. All the flower gardens are planted and everything is blooming beautifully. Yesterday our guests enjoyed a real treat.
He was loading the car getting ready to leave and there was a mother deer nursing her fawn….. He came around the front of the house to get his wife so she could see them…… but she was watching another mother deer and her newborn fawn enjoying a walk beside our garden.
What a treat everytime I see the deer. They are such a beautiful animal. I also enjoy watching the wild turkeys and Oh so many birds. Then if the weather permits, breakfast will be served outside on the deck or in the wicker filled sunroom. The hummingbirds will be perched on the solar lights of the deck as they take their turns at the feeder. They will make you smile!!! Ceiling fans, ample reading lamps, bed side tables, clock radio, Available: Posted by Steven Bishop on Posted by Abi on Posted by Ryan and Ashley Rosen on Posted by Mike and Cindy on Posted by Christy on We had four families there and everyone had a great time.
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Archived from the original on October 3, Retrieved April 26, You can hear 3 horses running across the field to where the old oak tree still stands. And on some nights when the lighting lights up the sky you can see three beautiful black horses standing by the tree. The river then carried his body away. Many people have reported seeing an old man hanging on to the side of the bride screaming for help when they pass over the bridge.
Old East School - There used to be a playground behind the elementary school. A few people have seen the merry-go-round spinning by itself with nobody near it. Some people have even heard the sound of children laughing there. Devil's Dip - This is a large hill, it dips down. At the very bottom of the hill there is a house. It's said that there was a little girl that once lived there and was playing outside late one night, and that she was hit by a car driving fast.
Around midnight if you go really fast down the hill you can see the little girl dressed all in white playing next to the telephone pole. It's directly across from the house. Oakridge cemetery - There is a statue of an angel over the grave of Michael Bashor that is said to cry tears of blood.
Boone Hutch Cemetery - A ghostly police officer from the 's sits inside the graveyard along with a blue light. There is also a cave under the cemetery with a grave near the entrance. People have reported seeing a strange figure standing in the cave when going in. Some witnesses have even reported that bodies will fall out of their caskets into the cave.
One other occurrence involves sinister looking dogs with red glowing eyes that chase people to their cars, then disappear. DePauw University - 2 or 3 different night custodians quit their jobs at the old east college, built in , because they swore it was haunted. Edgelea - if you go and sit by the train tracks in Edgelea at night, you could see ghost of hobos jumping off the train.
One lady all ready has seen a ghost of a hobo in her backyard. This lady has even heard them banging on her back door. Edna Collins Bridge - It is said that sometime in the early 's a little girl would swim in the stream, which the bridge crosses. At the end of the day her parent would drive into the covered bridge, turn off the motor, and honk three times telling the little girl it was time to leave.
One day the something had happened to the little girl causing her to drown. They say that if at night you drive into the bridge, turn off the motor, and honk three times that the little girl will come and get in the car with you. Weston Village - This area of town called " Weston Village " is a housing edition and apartments in the same are that is about a span of five miles.
One witness reports seeing what is described as a Cyclops at the foot of her bed. As well as other sightings. Griffith High School - a young lady hung herself in the girls bathroom next to the auditorium and she still wonders in the bathroom. If you are alone in there you can see her spirit behind you in the mirror.
Also at Griffith High School a male student was sitting in the library for study hall and out of no where stood up, grabbed his chest and started gasping for air, then keeled over and died. Sometimes during evening meetings in the library you'll see a chair pushed on the ground, just like he had pushed it down when he stood up. Reeder Road - A girl named Elizabeth Wilson drowned in a swamp after the car she was riding in went off the road into a swamp.
People say that if you drive down the road at night you can see Elizabeth waiting on the side of the road waiting for a ride back to her house down the road. People who claimed to give her a ride back to her house get as far as Ross cemetery before she disappears. The same cemetery that she was buried in Another story that has been told is it was a cool fall night and a guy and his girlfriend were parked on the side of the road for a little late night make out session.
They were all cozy there, when they started hearing a scraping sound on the roof of the car. The boyfriend would tell his girlfriend that its fine, its just the wind. A little more time passes and the scraping starts getting louder and faster. The girl obviously a little uneasy asks that her boyfriend take a look. So he gives in and says ill just be right back. Its now been a bit, and the scrapping hasn't stopped and the boyfriend hasn't returned.
The girl, who is now getting worried about her boyfriend, gets out of the car to have a look. When she gets out of the car, she finds her boyfriend hanging by his belt from the tree. It's said that on some cool fall nights, especially near Halloween, that you can go there and park your car and here scrapping on the roof.
Around solstices and equinox's, if you were to go there that there are various satanic rituals that occur, including sacrifices of animals.
Every Halloween the people that live in the house at the end of the road, place an ad in the local paper here, asking that people leave them alone that there are "real" people who live here and do not wish to be bothered. Bishop Noll Institute - On the second floor, in the A-wing you can hear footsteps and people talking with the whole floor being empty.
In the lab rooms, chairs would fall off desks without being pushed. There are 3 know deaths in the school. One in front of the Library where a single stop will be constantly cold.
Second, a freshman drowned in the pool, which is no longer used and closed off, which you can hear laughter from. And third, in the second floor A-wing, a janitor hung himself. Gavit High School - Every night at about midnight. It is said to be people walking around the roof and if you shut the windows the night before some of the windows will be open. If you are inside you can hear metal clinking together and muffled screams, along with orbs and figures walking.
Although some have never seen anything at all and believe that the school is not haunted. Haunted House - This house is located at 36 Detroit St. But not only is the house haunted, the whole block has strange things happen.
Things such as cold spots, things touching you, objects being moved or even thrown at you, voices, footsteps, sightings of a doppelganger, and when your in the house you get the feeling that someone is watching even though no one else is around. Jayme House - There are two bedrooms upstairs. The bedroom to the left The bedroom to the right At around mid-night if you sit quietly you can hear foot steps, sometimes running, laughing, and playing of small children.
Stairwell leading to the upstairs bedrooms is also haunted. A little girl 8 years old. Sightings all over the house. A large number of happenings. Witness' by the numbers. People being lifted of the ground. You can hear people walking around upstairs if no one is there.
There have also been sightings seen in the forest behind the mansion. People have seen 2 unknown women working in the background. This usually happens when they are setting up for Reaper's Realm. Ridge Road - On the road as you enter into Gary, In on Halloween you can see the ghost of a girl who died after running into the Calumet River with her wedding gown on, the weight held her down and drowned her. Her ghost can now be seen. Also the ghost of a girl who got in an accident can be seen there.
Robertsdale-Circus Train- In the big top circus was traveling through town. The train was involved in a crash and all the circus performers aboard the train burned to death. Saint Casimir's School - there is said to be a ghost of a girl and a janitor Wilkinson McCreay Cemetery - Reported to be haunted.
Thomas Road - This graveyard has had numerous occurrences including blood, on graves which all date back too mid 's. The ground is always soft no matter the weather, noises from the woods than seem too get closer the longer you stay.
Two gigantic rocks which set in front of the path that leads you in are moved in a different spot every time you visit. Old Haunted House - which is almost gone it is on the only hill in Hanna and on the side with woods and no other houses. It is said that a guy fought off his wife and hung his two twin daughters from the trees. Then murdered his wife and shot himself. If you go there at night you are supposed to see the guy hanging the ropes from the trees and if you walk the trails in the woods at night you can see him fighting off his wife and dragging his two girls down the hill to the ropes.
Hanover Beach - A preacher drowned while swimming to shore to find help for victims of a sinking riverboat. Usually appears around 2 am when it is real foggy.
We had split up for the purpose of looking for a family members grave, we then turned around to meet up with each other. As we got closer to each other, we suddenly felt nauseated and we felt chilled. We looked at each other and realized we were all experiencing the same sensations.
We looked down at the grave in front of us, and it had the name, Benjamin Bennett on it. The next day we went to the library to see if we could find anything out about this person. We found that he had been a student at Hanover College and had drowned in the Ohio River and that his body was never found. Hanover College - Parker Auditorium has been haunted by the ghost of Dr. Parker, past president of the college. Numerous events have happened over the past 25 years, including sightings, voices, sounds, and missing items.
Moved objects attributed to a former student who committed suicide in one of the rooms. Hanover Nursing Center - Omens happen before one dies, green mist in photo, a balloon bounced into a room, the piano plays and the keys have been seen moving.
On Halloween there was girl who was going to prom with the love of her life. On prom night in the high school gym she was waiting and waiting for her date, it was close to the end of the prom and he still wasn't there. The girl went into the janitors closet and found some rope. Then the girl went into the bathroom that was right out of the gym doors and hung herself right at the stroke of midnight. Today if you go into the bathroom on Halloween night turn off the lights and at the stroke of midnight look into the mirror and you will see her hanging on the stall door.
Hebron Train Depot - around the early 's there was a train station were everyone in Hebron worked. A man about 23 just had a fight with his wife and went to work angry and upset. McDonalds moved in there.
Every night his ghost would the place by throwing things and breaking things. There has never been a thriving business there since. Hedley Cemetery - Reports of unexplained sounds and feelings of self destruction. McCarthur House - 4 murders took place in the mid 's. White figure that can be seen as sort of running away from the house when you approach.
The " Pest " House - This house was a quarantined place to put people during an outbreak of small pox in the early 's. The death rate there was extremely high, and many ghosts are said to still live there.
A local historian reported visiting the house once and being greeted at the front door by a "strange-looking" woman. She told him, without being asked, that no one was home and closed the door. He knocked for several more minutes and was about to leave when the owners pulled in. Upon relating the story to the owner, they all checked the house thoroughly, and never found her. Several other incidents have also occurred there. The White House - Blood sprayed all over the walls.
Names of who have death coming to them, and a bathtub surrounded which looks of blood. Guthrie's body remained undetected for one year before being found, unearthed and reburied in nearby Mt.
The hole he was buried in is still open about 4-feet deep near the edge of the woods. Homes in the nearby area have experienced sightings of a young man with a large, handlebar bushy mustache, doors open and close by themselves, footsteps walking up and down hallways at night, footprints found outside bedroom windows, objects moving by themselves, and ghostly whispers.
Also, a tape recorder left on Guthrie's gravestone in Mt. Zion later revealed a faint, haunting man's voice crying, "Help me, God help me, please help me Zion cemetery - The green Lady - in the early 's a young woman was killed on Henryville blue lick road after a terrible car accident and buried in Mt.
Zion cemetery on the same road. Highland High School - Has been haunted for several years. The gym is where the sightings usually take place. People have reported that they have seen a little boy roaming around the gym and sometimes doing laps around the basketball court. They have also heard basketball being bounced.
They say that the sounds and the little boy running laps are a kid known by the name of Bob Haymaker. Bob died one day in gym class when they were playing basketball. The teacher said that he was fine and next time the teacher looked at him, he was lying there dead. Ever since then, little Bobby Haymaker has haunted the gym of Highland High school. Hitysville Public Library- It is reported that on Oct.
The book shelf oddly enough was full of supernatural books. The ghost is said to have remained inside the library which has since been shut down.
On that anniversary night accounts of loud crashing bookshelves have been reported, but no bookshelves remain in the old library. Also accounts of moaning and screams for help, along with unidentified scratching and banging. A very rich family lived there. The oldest child Spencer was a drug addict. Soon he dropped out of school and then he killed his baby sister Mary. Spencer went to jail then he committed suicide a year later. They say if you go around there at night you can hear a little girl running around the house.
Baby's cry - Some people say that if you go to Hobart cemetery and go right by the woods, at midnight you can hear a baby cry. The baby is clearly not alive and is a ghost. Also, if you take pictures you can see orbs all over the place. Forks of the Wabash - The original house belonging to Chief Richardsville has been remodeled by adding a door between the Chief's bedroom and the servant's quarters to facilitate tours of the house. In the room described as the servant's quarters there was a pillar of icy air that everyone who walked passed through shivered and said, "ooooh There also was a strong sense of being watched.
Sounds and sightings of children and adult ghosts. Unknown origin of the spirits. Huntington College - A women spirit has been seen floating in the hallways of the Physical Education Recreation Center, wearing a long white dress.
She is only seen by men. Toilets have been known to flush and showers turn on with know one in the restrooms and locker rooms. Polk road - it is said that a woman died on the train track and if you go over the tracks that your car will die and she will come and push you off and then she will go down the center of the car and go into somebody and show then how she died and what she went through.
And when you leave there will be blood all over your car. Chain grave - A slave owner from the 's beat one of his slaves to death with a logging chain. The wife of the slave had a local shaman put a curse on the slave owner. The curse was that he would bear the reminder of his murder for eternity.
After he was buried, a chain appeared on his tombstone, and every year another link is added. Bethel Cemetery - There are rumors that if you go to the Bethel Cemetery in Hymera at night and go up to the Nathan Hinkle grave and monument a local soldier of the Revolutionary War that died in the war and walk around the monument 3 time and say "Nathan Hinkle", "Nathan Hinkle", "Nathan Hinkle", he will answer you. Ladywood was entirely run by the Sisters of Providence, a group of nuns devoted to a Catholic education.
There is a building on campus, Loretto Hall, the former main building of Ladywood, classes were held on the first floor, physical education in the basement, with student dorms on the second floor, and nun dorms in the attic. It has been reported many times that at night, after what would be "lights out" for the girls that you can hear and sometimes see a sister walking down the halls in the second floor and candles burning in the attic.
Some of the older buildings gone, but some remaining. Medical Museum on site also reported haunted as it once was the hospital's morgue.
Guarded minimally at night. Entrance is on Warman Ave. A car driven by a drunk driver crashed into the school auditorium killing one of the five girls in the vehicle. Strangely enough, the school's electricity would not work for several weeks after and the entire school smelled like burnt rubber.
Every year, around the time of accident, the electricity still goes out and burnt rubber is smelt. Some people have even reported seeing a young female ghost walking up and down the stairs crying. Joseph 's Old Abandoned Catholic Church - Reports of seeing blood on witnesses 92 hands, hearing a loud bang in the middle of the sanctuary, and loud footsteps.
Edgewood River - Sounds reported of a drowning boy slashing and screaming for help. Hannah House - strange noises, smells and apparitions are observed here. House of Blue Lights - This mansion on Meridian Street in Indianapolis is haunted by the young wife of the first owner. When you go by the house at night you can see blue lights flickering on and off on the grounds and in the tower window. According to legend the man couldn't stand the thought of burying his lovely young wife so had a special glass coffin built and placed in the tower.
He would go visit his wife every night. The tower was lit by soft blue lights, her favorite color. Indiana State Fair - there is an abandoned bridge across the street from the Indiana state fairgrounds, on the east side of fall creek pkwy that takes you to Millersville rd.
Supposedly his older brother pushed him off and watched him drown. Indiana Repertory Theatre - In life, the first artistic director of the theatre used to jog around the upstairs mezzanine area when the weather was cold or rainy. He reached his untimely death when his nephew accidentally hit him with a car while jogging outside on a foggy day.
To this day, when it rains outside, you can hear floor boards in the upper mezzanine creaking and groaning just as they would if someone were running. Indianapolis Athletic Club- The spirit of a young fireman has been reported.
He tries to wake up guests in the middle of the night. There was a fatal fire at the hotel in the early 90s, in which a young firefighter died. Indianapolis City County Building - During the first years of construction on this building, a special elevator was erected to move court witnesses to different floors of the building. In the 's, a witness was being escorted to court in a Mafia case. He was shot in the elevator by one of the police escorts, who was really a hit man in disguise.
After this happened, access to the elevator was blocked and the power cut off. Many people have reported hearing this mysterious elevator going through the floors, muffled by screams heard in the elevator shaft. Some have even claimed to see the actual ghost of the shooting victim wandering the halls of the building. In my personal experience, if you go up to the old gym the doors were locked and with the windows covered but, if you do happen to stubble into the old gym you can see the entire gym class standing in front of the stage.
Also near the end of the school day you can hear balls bouncing anywhere in that wing of the school. Located on the south-side of Indianapolis on Ringgold St. School 50 - Cold spots felt, strange loud banging heard.
The building is still there. On the City's west side. After Marian College acquired it from the Allison estates it was put to good use as a college building. The attic was the sisters dorm, the students lived in the old garage and classes took place in the rest of the building or the greenhouses.
From the time the mansion was used as a school to the present as a conference building strange occurrences have taken place. Keys missing, objects moved, the library room completely rearranged - furniture not just books. Strangest thing - the basement has an indoor pool in it. The pool is where a baby crying has been heard. A Legend is that the Allison's had a child and the baby drowned in the pool. The baby was not the Allison's but could have been a servants.
MagicMoments Restaurant - The top floor of the 1 Pennsylvania street, where MagicMoments now stands is said to be haunted by unknown ghosts. Table settings move by themselves during the night glasses are taken from tables and set on the floor right side up.
Cold spots are everywhere. The office side seem to give a bad vibe. It is said that illegal boxing matches were arranged in the top floor and some fighters died and that's what causes the abnormal actions.
Marian College - Stokely Mansion - An apparition of a man walking a dog has been seen. An apparition of a brunette woman running out the side porch door and jumping into an awaiting carriage, people have been gently pushed off the dog walk, chills forbidding feelings also noted. Paul Ruster Park Cemetery - Many years ago, a little boy was killed by the nearby train tracks.
He is now buried in the foundation of his old house. Many people say that if you walk the long path through the woods to his grave, you can hear the boy playing his harmonica. Others have reported seeing a ghostly young boy walking down the road. Post Road - When you turn on the street your car will cut off and won't start back. There was an accident with some kids on German Church Road around the block.
All of the kids died. They were speeding, hit a bump, and flew off the road and into a tree. Now if you go down that street your car wont start. T he Slippery Noodle Inn - it was once part of the underground railroad and many sightings have been seen of a large black male in overalls in the basement storage area.
Also, as the top floor was once a brothel in the 's a woman was shot and killed in that portion of the building. She also has been seen and heard roaming the hallway. Tuckaway House - George and Nellie Meier haunt this house that was their home.
Waterbury Neighborhood - A condominium in which an elderly lady died. One of the current residents, the son of the family, reports voices, objects moving, screams, bumps, knocks, footsteps, growls, bodiless shadows, electronics not working, candles going out, hot and cold spots, strange feelings, animals sensing something not there, strange dreams, the bed shaking, doors opening and closing, an orb once caught on digital photo, strange lights, and the strong smell of lilac.
These have been reported around the house, but an overwhelming amount of the experiences have taken place in the son's former room. This room, strangely enough, is not the room she died in. She still haunts him in the house from time to time.
No one else has reported any disturbance, but believe they happen. The Granary - It is said that if you go to the granary in mid day there will be an old farmer dressed in white overalls and is very pale in the face. He will tell you to get out. He is supposedly protecting the granary from kids vandalizing it. Irvington - Irvington is a town in Indiana. It was founded sometime in the 's. There is a church there that was once upon a time a house it was added onto when it became a church The church is on a circle surrounded by many little houses.
The church use to be where a slave owner lived and all of his slaves and maids and such lived in the houses around him. If you spend the night in Irvington you may experience several things. Some people, when they are sleeping, have reported waking up and feeling that someone else is in the room.
Sometimes you will even see a young man. Also strange smells and sounds have been heard and feelings that you are not alone when you are. Mamee bottoms - If you go out there anytime at you can hear a sound that sounds like a baby crying and a wolf at the same time, also reported, no animals live in the area. Devils Road - long time ago on these train tracks a bus load of kids got hit by a train, leaving all of them dead but the driver of the bus, so he went crazy and shot himself while standing on the tracks, some say that if you go and park your car on the tracks, put your car in neutral, the kids will push you off the tracks, some have even seen the glowing headless man walking towards their car from the tracks, and then disappear.
Shiloh Church - Many people died due to a fire and now the church is haunted by them. Census Bureau - Warehouses - Late night security have reports of radios turning on, while not plugged in. Boxes of paper have fallen within feet of security staff from as high as 10' pushed off of a shelf.
Jeffersonville High School - In the Auditorium, there is said to be a woman who lurks, even when more than 10 people are in the room. Things get moved, and people have gotten hurt. Also, when the building was being built, a construction worker was killed by falling off of a ladder. Sightings of him have also been recorded. Jerome cemetery - drive along the graves through the old fence stop and turn your car of on the bridge get out of the car you will see a flashing light blinking from inside your car Also strange noises and a man in a black cape accompanied by two large black dogs can be seen.
Knight School - There is an old school located on 12th and main st. There are many stories about what happened at this school. One is that a janitor hung himself in the old gym and the other is that a cheerleader was murdered here.
Whatever the truth, people know that this school is haunted. When you go to the school you need to enter the circle drive and stop at the old building. When you shine your headlights in the windows you can see a white light.
You then need to wait and the light will turn red. You can also get out of the car and look directly in the windows. It varies what you will see. Church on the corner of Michelle and Riley St. People have said that while inside the church, you can hear scratching on the walls, and then see marks left behind. There are tall, dark figures that move chairs, and sometimes throw them at you. Many people have been hurt in the church. Strange cuts that appear on the arms and legs, and bruises left on the stomach.
If you stay in the kitchen downstairs by yourself, you should see a dark shadow start getting closer to you, and then chase you up the stairs. By the time you get up the stairs, its gone. There have been multiple sightings of the man. First there was a woman cleaning the theater one day with her 3 and 5 year old children running around.
As she was cleaning one of the theater's she heard her children screaming. She went to see what was going on and they both told her that there was a man at the top of the stairs the stairs that led to the balcony. The woman called one of the workers in and he asked the kids what the man looked like. A few days later that same worker was closing up after the shows and was making sure the emergency exits were closed.
As he walked out of the hallway to the one exit he looked up to the projection room and saw a man duck his head really quickly. The man fit the same description the 3 and 5 year old children gave just days before.
He ran immediately upstairs; the only way to get to the projection room and there was no one to be found. About a week later a man came along and bought The Strand and the worker noticed this man looked very familiar. He talked to the man and found out that the man's father used to own The Strand as well and killed himself in the projection room years before. I heard this story from one of the workers at the theater now; the same man who saw the ghost when he was a teen working at the theater.
The ghost has since been spotted watching people through the projection room window, but ducks immediately upon being spotted. There have been many reports of stabbings shootings and strange things happening in this area.
It is said that a few years ago a mans grave was vandalized by teenagers the man who was buried there is said to now guard the cemetery. He and his wife were buried together they died in a fatal car accident 40 years ago. Supposedly its haunted by soldiers. There's a tree you can see a man hanging reaching out to you. If you go there be careful people say there's still old bunkers back there and live mines.
So if you lose a an arm or leg, or worse, please don't sue us. You have been warned. Kouts Baums Bridge Inn - there is a old inn. There is a window that is not boarded that you can look in.
If you go there around midnight there is a man in the distance with a very dim light around him. If you look long enough he will get mad and get right in front of you and it will only take a split second for him to get in front of you. It will scare the crap out you. Haunted Barn - This barn is haunted by the ghost of a horse. Haunted House - An old farm house that no one has lived in for many years is haunted by a man with an axe walking around.
Many strange noises are heard from this area. Adams mill - you go past the mill and go to the bridge and go across it and stop your car get out you can see people walking down the river. Later she died, and he left the house because of the spirit of her. Reports of something knocking on cars, apparitions and orbs seen around the house and in the windows. It was built on an old graveyard and the bodies were supposedly removed, but with all the weird things that happen around there some aren't so sure.
When you are around the apartments there is a strong feeling that you are being watched. Once inside you can see legs walking around, teardrops fall from the ceiling, and strange noises.
Click here to read a true story from a former resident of Gateway Gardens. It's an old gray house and it is said that years ago people used the place for a make shift funeral home. At night you can see what seems to be a tiny orb light drifting through the house and if you get close enough an odor comes out of the house that smells like decaying flesh. Black shadows and noise in the old basement. Built in now used as a recording studio by. House of Jordan Entertainment. Satan Church - There is an old church out in the country close to Russiaville that is been known to house spirits.
Surrounding the boarded up church is a graveyard. There have been many sightings of red eyes amongst the graves and various noises heard coming from the church basement.
Past owners have mentioned cults performing witchcraft in the area. Siberling Mansion - This has long been a place known for ghost sightings. They offer tours of the mansion and many people have stated that they have seen ghosts in many of the rooms. One sighting was of a woman sitting in a rocking chair in one of the upstairs rooms. Kosciusko County Columbia City - former funeral home - A Ft Wayne based hospital bought an old funeral home to house it's home health care agency.
Lots of problems with electrical system, things moving about on their own like chairs, etc. Staff is reluctant to be in the building aloneespecially at night when the activity increases. One of the employee's young children began asking her mother about various people she saw moving about the building. The mother didn't know how to respond because she couldn't see them. There is a cemetery next to the church where people have heard of unusual activity happening.
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