Asheville Terrors Blog - Haunted Places
Basilica of St. Lawrence
Posted on March 28, 2020
The Basilica of St. Lawrence is one of the most recognized landmarks in Asheville. It’s considered one of the main fixtures of the city’s skyline. While this place has long been a place of worship...
Posted on March 23, 2020
The Riverside Cemetery in Asheville, North Carolina, is the final resting place of many famous and notable residents of the picturesque city. Before that, it served as the site of one of the American ...
Posted on March 20, 2020
If you live in Asheville, North Carolina, you know all about Helen’s Bridge. You may also know the story of how it got its name. But if you don’t live in Asheville, you might want to plan a trip t...
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Bostian Train Disaster of 1891
A terrifying train wreck leads to the apparent birth of a ghost train that still rolls along the tracks of North Carolina’s state line on the anniversary of its grisly end. Is there any truth to the...
The 1906 Massacre and Barley’s Taproom
The 1906 Massacre and Barley's Taproom On November 12, 1906, an escaped convict came to Asheville looking for his old girlfriend. Unable to find her, Will Harris goes on a drunken rampage, ...
Mothman The Harbinger of Doom
Sources: Wikimedia. Artist's impression of the mothman. Tim Bertelink - Own workIn today's feature article, we're going to talk about Mothman, one of Americana's newest and most famous folktales....