A Sky Full Of Stars 🌟✨

You only need the light when it's burning low, only miss the sun when it starts to snow, only know you love her when you let her go. Only know you've been high when you're feeling low, only hate the road when you're missing home, only know you love her when you let her go. And you let her go.


The infamous La Laurie house where the lady who built the place in New Orleans, mistreated her slaves for her own perverse and sadistic sexual pleasures. is said to be the most haunted house in the French Quarter. A ghostly child is said to scream and plunge from the roof, shadow dance here, moans and clanking chains hear.  When the public heard of her outrages she was driver from the city and the slaves nursed back to health.   Even in Pre-Civil War New Orleans this was not condoned. The house is now owned by Nicholas Cage! He reports no supernatural activity in the place today— 

American Horror Story—- The murder house
Haunted houses in movies or tv shows… it’s halloween

Babe, I know this sounds crazy but I think the house is haunted!
Fuck that *calls T.A.P.S., a priest, Ghost Adventures, Sam & Dean, Ghost Busters, Mystery Inc., the doctor and my mom*

The Haunting in Connecticut 

Promotional material for the film claimed that it is based on the “true story” of paranormal activities experienced by the family of Karen and Ed Parker in the 1980s. The Parkers moved into a house in Southington, Connecticut (208 Meriden Ave, Southington, CT 06489) in order to live closer to UConn, where Karen’s son was being treated for cancer. The family would later claim that it was plagued by some manner of demonic presence. Mortuary equipment was discovered in the basement, and it was later found that the house had been a funeral home. Karen Parker described the demons: “One of the demons was very thin, with high cheekbones, long black hair and pitch black eyes. Another had white hair and eyes, wore a pinstriped tuxedo, and his feet were constantly in motion.”

The house was examined by Ed and Lorraine Warren. According to a write-up on the case in 2009 by NBC, the morticians that worked in the mortuary were allegedly involved in necromancy and/or necrophilia with the corpses, and the room where the two youngest children stayed was previously the show room for caskets; down the hall was where bodies were prepared for viewing. Lorraine Warren would later state that, “In the master bedroom, there was a trap door where the coffins were brought up, and during the night, you would hear that chain hoist, as if a coffin were being brought up. But when Ed went to check he found two women down there dancing around in circles and singing; when he walked towards them, they disappeared.” In response to the film, Lorraine would later say the actual case was “much, much scarier than any movie could ever be,” and that the film was “very, very loosely based” on their investigation of the house. Lorraine Warren has told the Associated Press that the house was cleared of any presence after an exorcism conducted in 1988.

The Winchester Mystery House is a well-known mansion in Northern California. It once was the personal residence of Sarah Winchester, the widow of gun magnate William Wirt Winchester. It was continuously under construction for 36 years and is reported to be haunted. It now serves as a tourist attraction. Under Winchester’s day-to-day guidance, its “from-the-ground-up” construction proceeded around the clock, without interruption, from 1886 until her death on September 5, 1922, at which time work immediately ceased. The cost for such constant building has been estimated at about US $5.5 million (if paid in 1922; this would be equivalent to over $75 million in 2012).
The Queen Anne Style Victorian mansion is renowned for its size and utter lack of any master building plan.Steps seem to go up a wall to the ceiling and stop. Doors are built into walls that go nowhere.  According to popular belief, Winchester thought the house was haunted by the ghosts of the people who fell victim to Winchester rifles, and that only continuous construction would appease them.  It is located at 525 South Winchester Blvd. in San Jose, California.

Madame LaLaurie’s house *-*

Home Sweet Home. The Addams Family house.

Strobe light

Villa De Vecchi, Cortenova, Italy - was built in the 1800’s for Count Felice De Vecchi by architect Allessandro Sidoli. Unfortunately Sidoli died before the house was completed. Upon returning home one day, Count de Vecchi found his wife murdered and his daughter missing. After weeks of searching with no trace, the Count killed himself and the house went to his brother, Biagio, who let it fall to ruin. Activity includes apparitions, orbs, strange noises and unusual EMF readings

So, here’s a sidebar. My niece, Samantha, and I were in Washington, D.C. for the United Nations/ Girl Up Girls Leadership Summit a couple of months ago. For some god-forsaken reason, I let her talk me into going on a ghost tour  of Lafayette Park, the President’s Park, etc. Now this freagin’ place haunts my dreams. You see how those windows are all blocked? You know WHY they’re blocked? SweetJesusMaryandJoseph. -ts

Decatur House (748 Jackson Place NW) is allegedly haunted by the ghost of Stephen Decatur. In 1820, Commodore James Barron challenged Commodore Decatur to a duel over comments Decatur had made regarding Barron’s conduct in the Chesapeake-Leopard Affair of 1807.[47] The two men duelled on March 20, and Decatur was mortally wounded in the stomach.[48] Decatur was rushed back to his home, and died there on March 22.[48] A year after Decatur’s death, his ghost reportedly began appearing at the house—standing in a second floor window looking out at H Street NW or leaving the back door of the house with a box of dueling pistols.[14] So many witnesses saw the specter of Decatur that the window was walled up.[5] Some people have also claimed that they can hear his widow, who became hysterical at his death, weeping in the house.[14]