Every Day Is Halloween 2017

Hello and welcome to Every Day is Halloween, our month-long celebration of creatures and monsters, unique and/or spooky graves, haunted lo...



Hello and welcome to Every Day is Halloween, our month-long celebration of creatures and monsters, unique and/or spooky graves, haunted locations, and other creepy places and people of the Carolinas. Here's what we've covered so far:


God's Acre Healing Springs (Blackville, SC)
This location isn't scary or creepy, it's about a South Carolina spring that has mystical healing powers. And it's also owned by God. We tried some of its water.



The Odditorium (Asheville, NC)
The Odditorium is more than just a bar. It's also a collection of oddities (many of which you can purchase) like a 17th century hairball, dirt from the crawlspace of serial killer John Wayne Gacy's home, Sarah Jessica Parker's autograph, and Amy the Possum Dragon.



The Pink Elephant Of Hamlet (Hamlet, NC)
Do you know who or what is buried at this grave in Hamlet, NC?



Devil's Tramping Ground (Bennett, NC)
The Devil's Tramping Ground is a barren piece of land deep in the woods where nothing can grow, where no man can spend the night without losing his sanity, where an object put inside the circle before sundown will be outside the circle by sunrise, and where the Devil himself stomps around at night. We visited and you'll never guess what we found!



Cryptozoology & Paranormal Museum (Littleton, NC)
Growing up in Alamance County, there was a street with tiny, rundown houses on both sides. If you dared come to a stop on that road late at night and honk your horn, angry little people would come running out of the houses, throwing rocks and bottles at your car. If you didn't drive away soon enough, they would start rocking your car. It was called Munckinland.



Munchkinland (Burlington, NC)
Growing up in Alamance County, there was a street with tiny, rundown houses on both sides. If you dared come to a stop on that road late at night and honk your horn, angry little people would come running out of the houses, throwing rocks and bottles at your car. If you didn't drive away soon enough, they would start rocking your car. It was called Munckinland.



Carbonton Dam Powerhouse (Sanford, NC)
The Carbonton Dam powherhouse is not haunted. It's just one of those places that looks creepy as all get out. We've always thought it would be the perfect place to ride out the zombie apocalypse.



Haunted Erwin High School (Asheville, NC)
People say Asheville's Erwin High School is haunted. Custodians and teachers have reported elevators changing floors by themselves late at night, items being moved, the sound of boots plodding through the hall, pictures falling off the wall, and more. Why? Maybe it has something to do with the fact they unearthed 1,000 bodies when building the school.



The CanOpener Bridge (Durham, NC)
Remember the movie Maximum Overdrive, where all the cars and trucks and stuff came to life and tried to kill people? Emilio Estevez and his crew could've used a little help from The CanOpener, a Durham bridge that eats trucks.



Gravity Hill (Richfield, NC)
Gravity Hill is a hill in Richfield where you can stop your car and put it in neutral, and instead of moving backward down the hill, you actually move forward up the hill. We had to try it out. We even did a video of it!



Acid Park (Lucama, NC)
Acid Park is one of North Carolina's most infamous urban legends, intertwining LSD, teenagers, a deadly car accident, and whirligigs. It's also totally false.



UFO Welcome Center (Bowman, SC)
Sometimes monsters aren't hiding around the corner. Sometimes they're coming from the skies. Lucky for us, Bowman's Jody Pendarvis has built a UFO Welcome Center and his own spaceship and is currently watching the skies, waiting for the aliens to return.



The Ratcliffe Angel (Raleigh, NC)
The Ratcliffe Angel stands over the grave of Etta Rebecca White Ratcliffe in Raleigh's Oakwood Cemetery. And despite the fact that she's made of stone, some people believe she can move.



Thomas Wolfe's Angel (Hendersonville, NC)
This angel, which marks the grave of Margaret E. Johnson in Hendersonville's Oakdale Cemetery, is mentioned several times in Thomas Wolfe's debut novel, Look Homeward Angel.



The Ghost Of Chicken Alley (Asheville, NC)
According to legend, people can sometimes hear hear the click-clacking of a cane in Asheville's Chicken Alley. It belongs to the ghost of Dr. Jamie Smith, who was killed in 1902 trying to stop a barroom fight.


Sarah Hensley: An Interview With The Woman Who Creates Zarbies
We interviewed Sarah Hensley who transforms Barbie dolls into zombies!



Gimghoul Castle (Chapel Hill, NC)
Chapel Hill's Gimghoul Castle could be home to a secret society, the site of an 1831 duel over a woman named Fanny, the bane of The Chris Gethard Show, or it could be haunted. Or maybe it's just a frat house with the word GHOUL in its name. You decide!



Harry & Harry Too Sign (Bishopville, SC)
Hungry? In Bishopville, Harry & Harry Too serves a Lizard Man sandwich, named after the famed Lizard Man of Scape Ore Swamp. In case you're wondering if the sandwich is made from lizards, men, or lizard men, the menu says it's just chicken.



Helen's Bridge (Asheville, NC)
Helen lost her child from a fire at her nearby castle in Asheville. Not able to live with the grief, she hung herself from this bridge. Many have reported seeing a woman in the vicinity of the bridge late at night, wearing a white gown. We went looking for her.



Haunted Spencer Mountain Mansion (Spencer Mountain, NC)
There's an abandoned mansion on Spencer Mountain that many think is haunted. We investigated.



Kenny Caperton: An Interview With The Man Who Built His Own Michael Myers Halloween House
Do you like scary movies? Enough to build and live in a replica of a house from one? Kenny Caperton does. He built and lives in his own replica of the house from Halloween.



The Ghost Of Alice Flagg
We visited the Pawley's Island grave of Alice Flagg and tried to make her ghost appear. Did it happen?



Philip Morris: An Interview With The Man Who Birthed Bigfoot
Philip Morris died on September 24th at the age of 83. We interviewed him over two years ago, during which he told us he created the Bigfoot costume seen in the infamous Patterson–Gimlin film, which was shot 50 years ago this month.

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