Thursday, September 6, 2018

Ghost Tours at the Haunted Ginger Rogers House

Ghost Tours at the Haunted Ginger Rogers House
Fridays in October, 2018
8 pm  - 9:30 pm 
The Ginger House Museum
100 W Moore Street
Independence, MO 64050
$30 pp

Hosted by the Ginger House Museum and Quest Investigation Group. Join Margie Kay for an evening at the Ginger House - where there has been a lot of paranormal activity. Bring your camera and EMF meter if desired. Adults over 16 only. Limited to 12 persons per tour. Must register in advance. 


We have evidence of paranormal activity at this house. The home was recently renovated and turned into a museum. It was opened to the public in August of 2018. Ginger Rogers, best known for her dancing and movies with Fred Astaire, was born in this 1906 home on July 16, 1911, and she visited the home several times. 

While doing renovations, the contractor noticed strange noises and lights flickering, but when the wiring was upgraded the flickering did not stop. Paranormal teams have investigated the site, with lots of phenomena occurring and captured on film. 

This is by far, one of the most haunted sites I've ever investigated, and every time we've entered the house something strange happens. 
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Margie Kay is a paranormal investigator, medium and author. See more information at www.margiekay.com. 

Monday, February 26, 2018

Blue Man of the Ozarks?

According to Ozark Legend-
Once upon a time, a wild, man-like creature roamed the remote, wooded hills around Douglas County. He was infrequently seen, but his presence felt as far back as the 1860s.
Looking to chase and kill, he carried a wooden club in his huge hand, threw large boulders and feasted upon livestock. Periodic appearances sent locals spinning into a tizzy and brave men searching the woods — and enough excitement to last until the next sighting.
He was the Blue Man of Spring Creek.
“It is a genuine Ozark legend, and if the testimony of scores of men during all these years is to be accepted, the legend is absolutely true,” reported the Springfield Leader in 1924.
To see the rest of the article visit
http://www.ozarksalive.com/blue-man-ozarks-legend-long-told-nearly-forgotten/

If you have any information about this please let me know: margiekay06@yahoo.com.