TravelValue: Villisca Ax Murder House - The Most Haunted House In America
THE MOST HAUNTED HOUSE IN AMERICA ... murder times 8, intrigue, deception, unexplained, temperature changes, EVPs, orbs
CombatCritic and TravelValue TV take you on a Villisca Ax Murder House where unexplained temperature changes, EVPs, orbs and apparitions lurk.
Look very closely at the photo I took in the upstairs bedroom of the Villisca Ax Murder House where Mr. and Mrs. Moore were brutally murdered. Can you see an apparition of a little girl in a dress?
Watch the video and decide for yourself if the Villisca Ax Murder House is THE MOST HAUNTED HOUSE IN AMERICA.
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1. Moundsville Penitentiary, West Virginia
2. Trans-Allegheny Lunatic Asylum, Weston, West Virginia
3. Villisca Axe Murder House, Iowa
4. Ghost of Sammie Dean In Jerome, Arizona
5. Waverly Hills Sanitoriumm, Kentucky
6. Cuban Club, Tampa, Florida
7. Fort Mifflin, Philadelphia, Pennsylvania
8. Moon River Brewery, Savannah, Georgia
9. Sultan's Palace, New Orleans, LA
10. Stanley Hotel, Estes Park, Colorado
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Where in Iowa is Jeff?
Finally, after 5,000 miles on the road and 157 dance clips, the video of my tour of Iowa is complete. Filmed between May and November of 2007, it is my spoof of Matt Harding of wherethehellismatt.com. This video was shot entirely on my Canon PowerShot A540 and started as a goofy way to highlight the places I finally took the opportunity to see in my home state, places I have wanted to see since I was a kid. Trust me, there's a lot to see in the Hawkeye State besides corn and pigs and beans and cows and tractors and barns and silos. Don't believe it? Watch the video. Better yet, visit Iowa and see for yourself.
Here's the scoop on the clips in the video:
1. Adair's infamous smiley face water tower
2. Young cornfield near New Vienna (there really is corn in Iowa!)
3. The Bridges of Madison County
4. Iowa's largest frying pan in Brandon
5. The amusement park at Arnolds Park
6. Old Fort Madison in Fort Madison
7. Ledges State Park near Luther
8. Burlington's Snake Alley (Ripley's Crookedest Street in the World)
9. The Squirrel Cage Jail in Council Bluffs (awesome - big surprise #1)
10. The pink elephant outside the Isle of Capri Casino in Marquette
11. Maquoketa Caves State Park near Maquoketa (best state park in Iowa)
12. The highest point in Iowa, Ocheyedan Mound near Ocheyedan (oops, SECOND highest, I guess)
13. Our state capitol in Des Moines
14. Fertile, Iowa, population 353 (and growing, I would presume)
15. Spook Cave near McGregor
16. The Wells Blue Bunny visitor's center in LeMars
17. One of the limestone quarries at Stone City
18. The Underground Railroad's Hitchcock House near Lewis
19. The Mahaney Bell Tower in Jefferson
20. Gull Point State Park near Wahpeton
21. John Wayne's birthplace in Winterset
22. The University of Northern Iowa's UNI-Dome in Cedar Falls
23. The Indian maiden statue in Pocahontas
24. The Little Brown Church in Nashua
25. Jester State Park near Granger
26. The Surf Ballroom in Clear Lake
27. The Register's Annual Great Bike Ride Across Iowa, or RAGBRAI
28. The American Gothic house in Eldon
29. The banks of the Cedar River in Cedar Rapids
30. Dayton's Rodeo Grounds (my Grandpa Vern Danielson's legacy)
31. Ackley's town bandshell
32. Zwingle, Iowa, population 99
33. Heery Woods State Park near Clarksville (yes, Heery, not Henry)
34. Shenandoah's Iowa Walk of Fame (I'm dancing on the Everly Brothers)
35. The Mont Rest bed and breakfast in Bellevue
36. Camp Dodge near Johnston
37. The USS Riverside in Riverside - the future birthplace of James T. Kirk!
38. Boone County's Kate Shelley Bridge
39. Waterloo Creek near Dorchester (my favorite trout stream)
40. Dutch windmill in Orange City
41. The Buffalo Ridge Wind Farm near Alta
42. The 1912 Ax Murder House in Villisca
43. The state penitentiary in Anamosa
44. A cool round barn near Milo
45. Mallard's Welcome sign
46. The Sergeant Floyd Memorial in Sioux City
47. The mighty Woodward-Granger Hawks in my hometown of Woodward
48. The Lewis and Clark Monument in Pottawattamie County
49. The Field of Dreams in Dyersville
50. The Saylorville Lake spillway
51. The world's smallest church in Festina
52. Albert the Bull in Audubon
53. Iowa State University in Ames - my alma mater!
54. Pikes Peak State Park, looking at Wisconsin
55. The Millstream Brewing Company in Amana
56. The Grotto of the Redemption in West Bend
57. Eagle Point City Park in Dubuque
58. The Kate Shelley Railroad Museum and Park in Boone
59. Dunning's Spring Falls in Decorah (big surprise #2)
60. The tree in the middle of the road, near Brayton
61. The Iowa State Fair in Des Moines
62. Bellevue State Park near Bellevue, of course
63. Waubonsie State Park, in the SW corner of Iowa, looking at Nebraska
64. Prairie Meadows in Altoona
65. Lighthouse Point in West Okoboji
66. The historic Sutliff Bridge in Sutliff
67. The Port of Burlington in Burlington (yep, I liked Burlington)
68. Home in Anamosa
Yes, that really is Matt Harding dancing with me in the Inspiration by... clip. This summer, I was fortunate enough to dance with Matt with a group in Chicago for Matt's next around-the-world video. It's due out in June 2008. In the meantime:
Lastly, my apologies to Iowa City, Pella, Davenport, Marion, Waterloo, Mason City, Fairfield, Brooklyn, Forest City, Van Wert, and the other hundreds of cities, towns, parks, golf courses, and cool places that I did not have time to visit or shot crappy clips that didn't make the final cut. There is WAY too much in Iowa to see in one summer, but I made a good run at it.
Iowans, get away from your TV's and computers and go see your state!!! You really don't know what you're missing.
Top Ten Haunted Place in America.
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Scariest Places on Earth (Savannah, Georgia)
Take a trip to the deep South, and discover spooky places to visit.
Iowa Insane Asylum
Myself and several of my buddies took a 4.5 hour Road trip to spend the night in an abandoned haunted insane asylum in Iowa! ENJOY
Iowa Haunted places pt2
side show of the Iowa haunted places i hope you like it
Weird US - Winchester Mystery House
In this clip from our History Channel show (produced by KPI) we visit the famed Winchester Mystery House in San Jose, CA. You can read all about this bizarre building here:
Top 5 Of The Most Haunted Places In America
Top 5 Of The Most Haunted Places In America
There are many places that have a reputation of being haunted. Some of these places host beings that are for the most part friendly and post no threat to humans. However, other haunted places are homes to antagonistic entities who are not shy in demonstrating their displeasure of the living. From a ghost truck which chases its victims off a cliff to the ghost of Marilyn Monroe, the United States has had a long history of paranormal occurrences which haunt locals and visitors alike. Prepare to be spooked (or, if you're daring, prepare to add new places to your bucket list)! Grab your EVP recorder, pack up your cameras, and get ready to take a frightening trip with us through these 5 of the most haunted places in America.
NO:1.Villisca Axe Murder House
The small town of Villisca just southwest of Des Moines Iowa was host to the gruesome unsolved murders of Josiah B. Moores
family of six and two other young girls almost 100 years ago. Residents have claimed to hear children crying and see a man
with an axe roaming the grounds.
NO:2.The Sultans Palace
Seen by many tourists visiting New Orleans the Sultans Palace in the old French Quarter was home to a wealthy Turkish man
his harem of women and a host of young men. His neighbors reviled his presence saying he frequently indulged in opium and
torture. In a still unsolved murder mystery the Sultans harem were hacked to death and the Turkish man was buried alive in
the courtyard. He said to still grope some passing female visitors.
NO:3.Trans Allegheny Lunatic Asylum
Thousands of people with mental illnesses passed through the Trans Allegheny Lunatic Asylum in Weston West Virginia which
is said to host the spirits of the dead or killed all the way back to the Civil War. If you are feeling bold take the
eight hour overnight paranormal investigation and try to catch a glimpse of some of the ghosts.
NO:4.Ohio State Reformatory
Mansfield Ohio has what looks like a royal castle but was home to one of the roughest boys reform schools in the country
the Ohio State Reformatory even partly filmed in The Shawshank Redemption. Many ghosts of tortured boys haunt the site
even while it was open prisoners reported being tucked into bed by a ghostly hand.
This old copper mining town in Arizona Jerome is now home to less than 3% of its peak population. Dangerous mining
conditions and the outlaw spirit of the Wild West are said to have left behind many ghosts including that of Sammie Dean
a prostitute strangled by a client. She now roams the area looking for her unidentified killer.
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Scariest Places on Earth (Satan's Dormitory Pt.1)
At Ohio University in Athens, a spook file is discussed as documents discuss disturbing links
between 5 local cemeteries. Originally the area was the home of a lunatic asylum where
unspeakable medical acts were performed on patients. In 1979 the Asylum was closed but many still
report seeing a woman in a window, moving from room to room.