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 The Loch Ness Monster is a cryptid that reputedly inhabits Loch Ness, a lake in the Scottish Highlands.

 It is similar to other supposed lake monsters in Scotland and elsewhere, though its description varies from one account to the next, with most describing it as large. Popular interest and belief in the creature's existence has varied since it was first brought to the world's attention in 1933. Evidence of its existence is anecdotal, with minimal and much-disputed photographic material and sonar readings.


 Champ or Champy is the name given to a reputed lake monster living in Lake Champlain, a natural freshwater lake in North America, partially situated across the U.S.-Canada border in the Canadian province of Quebec and partially situated across the Vermont-New York border. While there is no scientific evidence for the cryptid's existence, there have been over 300 reported sightings. The legend of the monster is considered a draw for tourism in the Burlington, Vermont and Plattsburgh, New York areas.


 The Baleroy Mansion is a 32-room estate located in the historical and affluent Chestnut Hill section of Philadelphia, Pennsylvania. It has obtained the title of "Most Haunted Home in America" due to its alleged infestation of spirits, ghosts, jinns, demons, angels or other supernatural beings. The mansion has been featured in a number of TV shows and books that deal with haunted houses. Others have described it as "the most haunted house in Philadelphia". The name "Baleroy" was chosen by its owner George Meade Easby, great-grandson of General George Meade (hero of the Battle of Gettysburg during the American Civil War). It was likely derived from Balleroy in France.


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 Creativespirits.net is fast becoming one of the world’s most organized websites about ghosts, haunted places, and ghost towns. Here, on the site, you will find hundreds upon hundreds of entries about locations from around the world.

 From some of the largest and most famous haunts such as the Eastern State Penitentiary to some of the smallest hauntings like Trafford, PA, we’ve got, or are working on getting information on them.

 On the site we follow our main passions, anything Paranormal, including UFO's, Ghosts & Hauntings, Bigfoot, and Fonts. It has taken several incantations of the site to get to where we are today. We are now on our ninth version of the site, and have chosen to go with a clean minimal design that is easy on the eyes and more importantly, easier for people to use.

 Our Mission is to provide clear, concise information upon all aspects of the Paranormal while keeping up with the newest developments and news of all aspects of that subject.


 The fonts we offer are free to download. We encourage people to download them and to inform us if there are any issues with them. We are working on adding a location to the site so that you, font authors and visitors can assist us with uploading new fonts to the site.

Our Mission is provide free downloads for the fonts, whilst attempting to keep them up to date with new fonts and versions.


 Melon Heads is the name given to legendary beings and urban legends in parts of Michigan, Ohio, and Connecticut generally described as small humanoids with bulbous heads who occasionally emerge from hiding places to attack people. Different variations of the legend attribute different origins.


 Clinton Road is located in West Milford, Passaic County, New Jersey. It runs in a generally north-south direction, beginning at Route 23 near Newfoundland and running roughly 10 miles (16 km) to its northern terminus at Upper Greenwood Lake.

 The road and the land around it have gained notoriety over the years as an area rife with many legends of paranormal occurrences such as sightings of ghosts, strange creatures and gatherings of witches, Satanists and the Ku Klux Klan. It is also rumored that professional killers dispose of bodies in the surrounding woods—with one recorded case of this occurring. It has been a regular subject of discussion in Weird NJ magazine, which once devoted an entire issue to it. In the words of a local police chief, "It's a long, desolate stretch and makes the imagination go nuts."


 Boy Scout Lane, sometimes written Boyscout Lane, is an isolated road located in Stevens Point, Wisconsin. A number of ghost stories and urban legends have become associated with the road, including the fictional deaths of a troop of Boy Scouts. The area has been the subject of several paranormal investigations, and has been a 'haunt' for youths hoping to experience a paranormal event. The land surrounding Boy Scout Lane is now privately owned and is off limits to the general public.


 Nan Tuck's Ghost haunts a lane one mile from Buxted, England, known as Nan Tuck's Lane. Ms. Tuck, from Rotherfield, allegedly poisoned her husband in c. 1810. The murder was quickly discovered and during the next few days, Tuck evaded her pursuers by climbing hedges and hiding in hay ricks.


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