Triple Homicide House

We were contacted by a woman who had recently purchased this home. The issue with the home was that it was the scene of a triple homicide before the sale. The criminal investigation is not complete at this time, therefore we don’t feel as though we should elaborate on the crime or any of theContinue reading “Triple Homicide House”

Old South Meeting House

Since 1729, when it was built as a Puritan meeting house, Old South Meeting House has played an important role in American history. It was on this site that the Judge Samuel Sewall publically apologized for his role in the Salem Witch Trials. It was on this site that Benjamin Franklin was baptized. It wasContinue reading “Old South Meeting House”

Metropolitan State Hospital

On 4/6/13 we investigated some of what remains at the Waltham Massachusetts Metropolitan State Hospital. Kline Hall is the building we investigated and it is now the LexMedia Community Access Cable Station. Most of the Old Met State was torn down and the underground tunnels blocked. They moved the buried bodies from the old unmarked cemeteryContinue reading “Metropolitan State Hospital”

Everett Square Theater

The Everett Sq. Theater (now under renovations) in Hyde Park, Massachusetts is one of the oldest theaters in Boston.  In it’s hay day it was host to a wide variety of entertainment featuring some legendary performers and stars such as The Three Stooges (my favorite), Charley Chaplin, Mary Pickford and many others.  Throughout the years,Continue reading “Everett Square Theater”

Private Home – Weymouth MA

The residents of this old farm house in Weymouth Massachusetts were experiencing some unusual activity. They claimed to hear a child crying in one of the bedrooms upstairs as well as see two separate apparitions. One apparition was that of a mustachioed man in the hallway adjoining the dining room and a tall dark shadowContinue reading “Private Home – Weymouth MA”

The Historic Warren Tavern

The Warren Tavern is the oldest tavern in Massachusetts and one of the most historic watering holes in America. The Warren Tavern was founded in 1780 in Charlestown, MA and still stands in that block of land today. In the early years of the Warren Tavern it was frequented by many national heroes such asContinue reading “The Historic Warren Tavern”