Baseball’s Robert “Bob” Rice

Baseball's Bob Rice, Masonic Homes Cemetery, Elizabethtown “Are you sure there’s a cemetery back here?” my mother asked as we drove through the Masonic Homes on the outskirts of Elizabethtown. The Masonic Homes was a village created by the Pennsylvania’s Freemasons who wanted to create a home for aging Masons and their families. The idea … Continue reading Baseball’s Robert “Bob” Rice

Haunted Highways: The Janesville Pike

Along the Janesville Pike Note: The name Tanya is not the person's real first name - it was changed at her request. I entered Tyrone’s Reservoir Park and immediately saw Tanya sitting at the pavilion waiting for me. I had met Tanya years ago when we worked together at one of my first jobs. It … Continue reading Haunted Highways: The Janesville Pike

The Hounds of Hans Graf Cemetery

Haunted Hans Graf Cemetery I had spent the morning exploring Dauphin and Lancaster Counties. Glancing at the clock, I knew I would have to soon start towards Lancaster if I didn't want to be late, but I had enough time to make one more stop. “Where are we stopping now?” my mother asked as I … Continue reading The Hounds of Hans Graf Cemetery

The Legend of Spook Woods

Along Schoonover Road, Kylertown I first heard Sean's story almost twenty years ago, but at the time I did not realize that his story may be connected to a haunted patch of woods known as "Spook Woods." Sean, who was living in Clearfield at the time I knew him, was the hardcore outdoorsman – when … Continue reading The Legend of Spook Woods

The Church That Wasn’t

Not a haunted church, but one I came across during my journeys I first met Kerry in 2014 at a program I was giving on the legends and lore of Central Pennsylvania. After the program had finished, she approached me and introduced herself. "I have a story you'd be interested in. It was something that … Continue reading The Church That Wasn’t