Along the Way: The Masked Woman of Mount Nittany

Mount Nittany, near Zion When I was researching the story of the ghost that haunts old Yearick’s Cemetery, the main written resource was an article I had uncovered many years ago in the Centre County Historical Library. The article was written by Ron Bracken was undated and lacked a source, though I believe it was … Continue reading Along the Way: The Masked Woman of Mount Nittany

Along the Way: The Bloody Ghost of Brush Valley

Brungart Cemetery Note: The cemetery itself is not haunted - at least I have no ghost stories involving it - and is used as a reference point to where this story takes place. “Have you ever heard anything about the area around Brungart Cemetery being haunted?” Brenda, a former co-worker, asked during a recent meet-up. … Continue reading Along the Way: The Bloody Ghost of Brush Valley

Along the Way: Hunsecker’s Mill Covered Bridge

Hunsecker's Covered Bridge Note: Before I go into this entry about Hunsecker’s Mill Covered Bridge, I strongly advise against attempting the dangerous steps that one is supposed to do to contact the ghost. Parking in any covered bridge in the middle of the night and turning off your vehicle’s lights is extremely dangerous. This covered … Continue reading Along the Way: Hunsecker’s Mill Covered Bridge

Along the Way: Pinetown Covered Bridge

Note: Before I share the legend of the Pinetown Covered Bridge, I strongly advise against attempting the dangerous steps "required to make the ghost appear." Parking in any covered bridge in the middle of the night and turning off the vehicle’s lights is extremely dangerous. “Ever hear of the ghost of the Pinetown Bridge?” Kelly … Continue reading Along the Way: Pinetown Covered Bridge

The Headless Frenchman of the Kettle Creek Valley: Part Three

The Kettle Creek Reservoir Note: The first parts of this article can be found here Part One  and here Part Two. I arrived at Hammersley Fork and stepped out into the heat of the July afternoon. Parking in the area of the bridge was non-existent, so I grabbed a couple items and made the short walk to … Continue reading The Headless Frenchman of the Kettle Creek Valley: Part Three

The Headless Frenchman of the Kettle Creek Valley: Part Two

The Kettle Creek Valley Note: The first part of The Headless Frenchman of the Kettle Creek Valley can be found here: Part One As I stood looking over the Kettle Creek Reservoir, I knew I had more questions about the restless spirit the roams the valley. H. Cranmer, who was the “expert” on the ghost of … Continue reading The Headless Frenchman of the Kettle Creek Valley: Part Two