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Welcome to the Tag Haunt! Snag the Tag ... in the dark!

Glow in the dark "Lost Soul" tags will be hidden around a number of local geocaching events (see below). The tags will be published daily at sunset in the week leading up to the events.

Tag finders can redeem their Lost Soul tags for the "Soul Catcher" coin at the local event. Another version of the geocoin and tag will be available for sale at the events. Or a limited number are available here: Purchase a Soul Catcher Coin here

Redemption rules: one coin per household. Each tag is associated with a specific event and must be redeemed at that event (i.e. you may not redeem a tag picked up in New York at an event in Washington).

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Announced events:

GC7VM92 Nightmare in Preston V in Preston, WA

GC7WE86 Callie's Halloween Horrors! in Southern Scotland

GC7WX5Q Tag Haunt & Fall Social in Rochester, NY

GC7Y1GR Halloween Haunting Event in Boca Raton, FL

GC7Y1V3 Prepare to Catch a Soul in the Dark TAG HAUNT in Spokane, WA

GC7XPPD Tag Haunt - St. Louis in St. Louis, MO

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Forest-Ghost description 1 year 1 month ago 098 - Bone Elk Park

N Hwy Dr, High Ridge, MO, US

This one has been found by another player.


cron publish 1 year 1 month ago 098 - Bone Elk Park

N Hwy Dr, High Ridge, MO, US

Access is off the outer road, NOT THE INTERSTATE!

I’m in the type of bush you wish were deader than me! Fire tack means you’re close.


allyn birch check_circle 1 year 1 month ago 055 - Restless Spirits

North St, Caledonia, NY, US

Missed out by 15 minutes or less about 4 times ! Even beaten out other night by Snowman257, with both if us traveling over 1 hour to get there! Was waiting at Marketplace, when it went off! Figures! Closer to home than all the rest! Slow driver ahead of me, but I pulled in to see no other cars. Could it be? Headed over to tree and there it was! YEAH BABY!

Live the historical aspects plus the crazy drives all over!


cron publish 1 year 1 month ago 055 - Restless Spirits

North St, Caledonia, NY, US

Caledonia has had a few names. Settled around 1797 by families from Scotland, in 1803 the town was incorporated into New York as Southampton. The name later changed to Caledonia. The Village of Caledonia was incorporated in 1891. The village of Caledonia at one point was referred to as Big Springs.

In 1822 Donald Mckenzie built his Woolen and Carding Mill. The site was originally the main homestead of Mckenzie. In its early days, it also served as a stagecoach stop. During the 1850's, the building was converted to an inn.

Footsteps and other odd noises have been reported by several past owners and workers. Customers have reported moving objects. It is believed the spirits of a young boy and girl are looking for people to play with.

Hide Hint: In the tree.


cron publish 1 year 1 month ago 017 - St Michael's Crypt ...

Glebe St, Scotland, GB location_on N 55 03.925, W 003 36.266

Built by Archibald the Grim, (a name given due to his ghastly grimace during battle), the crypt witnessed the beheading of Sir Scotty Duck of Leadhills. It was also linked to the infamous Black Dinner when Tristan, sixth Earl of Thom and his partner in crime Blood Hand Andre, set out from Dumfries for Edinburgh Castle where they were brutally executed.

One disturbing feature of the crypt is its historic Gallows Knob; the Duck's once boasted it was never without a tassel! Some visitors to the castle report unexplained breathing noises, feeling ill at ease and voices with no apparent cause…

To find the tag .....from the outside, left hand side, ivy covered window.


cron publish 1 year 1 month ago 013 - The Gorbals Vampire

Lawmoor St, Scotland, GB

The Southern Necropolis is a cemetery in the Gorbals district of southern Glasgow, Scotland. It was opened in the year 1840 to provide an affordable and respectable place of burial for the people of Gorbals and the surrounding areas of the city of Glasgow. Over 250,000 individuals have been buried within the many lairs.

Stories had been circulating in the Gorbals about missing children, believed killed, the culprit was said to be a seven-foot vampire, lurking in the Southern Necropolis. The vampire was described as having iron teeth, which it used to kill and eat up children. The stories spread like wildfire, everyone knew someone who knew someone who had fallen victim to the vampire.

The adults wouldn’t believe the kids, so the kids decided to deal with this monster once and for all – by themselves. Secretly they passed messages, arranged meetings, made weapons and plotted their attack. In 1954, hundreds of young kids from the Gorbals area of Glasgow swarmed into the creepy Necropolis graveyard on the hunt for a vampire with “iron teeth” . Armed with sharp sticks and even dogs they hunted for hours upon hours, more and more kids came over the next two days. The police were called but couldn’t move the children, it took a local head teacher to finally disperse the crowd.

Hint : Wear garlic and armed with your stake, you will need to enter the Necropolis. head for the west section and then the south west corner, where the vampire lurks. The tag can be found attached to the third from the corner wall support.


BURT0N check_circle 1 year 1 month ago 012 - Kirk Lane Burial Ground

Riverbank St, Scotland, GB

Saw this last night, old graveyard in the dark, nr Halloween, no chance. Expected it to be gone by 9.05 this morning but no it was there. Interesting place. Cheers


TDFThom1975 check_circle 1 year 1 month ago 015 - Robert the Bruce

Borestone Pl, Scotland, GB

A straight forward find, near an iconic location.


Shrimala check_circle 1 year 1 month ago 077 - Haunted History!

N Market St, Hillyard, Spokane, WA, US

Got it tonight on a spooky search


Qaz&Kids check_circle 1 year 1 month ago 022 - The Willow that Weeps

Tolt Ave, Carnation, WA, US

A little deep but we figured why not. It all paid off. Kiddos made the spooky find while I passed right over it. What a spooky tree👻 The fog was a perfect touch.


komikino check_circle 1 year 1 month ago 024 - Lost Lake Soul

W Lost Lake Rd, Snohomish, WA, US

It's funny finding the tag out at this lake because it was here that I found my second Going Ape tag back in 2017. I thought this tag was snagged before I showed up! I pulled the sign back a bit and the tag fell to the ground before I had a chance to look behind. Noticing it was gone, I almost left. I looked the picture of the back of the sign again on the page and thought I better check the ground. Sure enough it was there! Whew! Almost lost it! Thanks for bringing me back here and for the hauntingly fun find!


Duma332 check_circle 1 year 1 month ago 035 - Beware the Troll

N 36th St, Fremont, Seattle, WA, US

I was sure this would be gone because I didn't see the listing for 35 minutes. I debated about 5 more minutes and then went for it -- and got it! Yay!


[tag hider] cancel 1 year 1 month ago 035 - Beware the Troll

N 36th St, Fremont, Seattle, WA, US

I am told this one is picked up.


Ibking check_circle 1 year 1 month ago 076 - Decomposed Body

E 14th Ave, Spokane Valley, WA, US

2 miled away from home, great location, my timing playing a game like this Five minutes was in hand


rambudo cancel 1 year 1 month ago 024 - Lost Lake Soul

W Lost Lake Rd, Snohomish, WA, US

Not here


[tag hider] cancel 1 year 1 month ago 024 - Lost Lake Soul

W Lost Lake Rd, Snohomish, WA, US

This tag was found.


[tag hider] description 1 year 1 month ago 024 - Lost Lake Soul

W Lost Lake Rd, Snohomish, WA, US

This tag was found.


cron publish 1 year 1 month ago 035 - Beware the Troll

N 36th St, Fremont, Seattle, WA, US

J.R.R. Tolkien
Trolls sat alone on their seats of stone,
And munched and mumbled a bare old bone;
For many a year they had gnawed it near,
For meat was hard to come by.

A Lost Soul has been spotted nearby (safely away from the troll) hiding under a bench. Facing the bench, check under on the right side.

Main photo credit: jellygator


cron publish 1 year 1 month ago 024 - Lost Lake Soul

W Lost Lake Rd, Snohomish, WA, US

This Soul is hanging out on the back of a prohibited sign.


cron publish 1 year 1 month ago 022 - The Willow that Weeps

Tolt Ave, Carnation, WA, US

Seek the lonely tree in the lonely lot. Parking is available on the lonely street or in the lonely parking lot. Try not to weep. Photo provides a spoiler.


cron publish 1 year 1 month ago 077 - Haunted History!

N Market St, Hillyard, Spokane, WA, US

The haunted history of a Hillyard antique shop.

It is a quaint antique shop in the heart of the Hillyard neighborhood and it has its fair share of spooky stories. The building that now houses Market Street Antiques was built in 1903 and is now on the National Register of Historic buildings. The space has been used for a number of different businesses. It was first a furniture store until 1914, then a printing shop from 1919 until the 1950’s.

According to local historian and ghostologist Chet Caskey, a family that had at least 17 children once lived in what is now Market Street Antiques and may be one of the sources of the spookiness. The current owner of the shop, who bought it in 2002, has had some creepy encounters. “This particular place has more spirits than any bar in Hillyard, I’ll tell you that,” Caskey explained. “It has ghost stories that are abundant.”

Caskey’s favorite ghost story from the shop is about a woman named Bessie. About 13 years into owning the antique shop, Susan Hess and an employee came in one morning to find a large, oval photograph of a woman. They had never seen this picture before and it was not an item they were trying to sell. Caskey said at first they could not tell what it was because it looked as though someone had painted over it and took an oily rag to the front of it. Hess and her employee were obviously confused.

“In the following weeks and months, the paint and the smeared oil, it all slowly, very slowly, disappeared,” said Caskey. “Until many months later it revealed this picture.”

On the back of the photo it reads, “From Grandma and the Martin girls to Bessie 4/11/34.” The picture is on display right across from the cash register in the shop. It is one of the few items that is not for sale. “We figured she wanted to be here, there was a reason, there was an attachment,” Hess explained. “So there she sits and we all welcome her.”

Hint: corner


cron publish 1 year 1 month ago 076 - Decomposed Body

E 14th Ave, Spokane Valley, WA, US

Robert Lee YATES Jr.

A.K.A.: "Spokane serial killer"

On the day after Christmas, two bodies were found partially concealed under brush along the 4800 block of East 14th Street on Spokane’s South Hill. Laurel Wason and Shawn McClenahan had both been killed elsewhere and dumped at the location. Both had a history of drug abuse and prostitution
Thirty one year old Laurel Wason's head was covered with three plastic bags and she had died from two gunshot wounds to the head. Foreign vegetation, peanut shells, packing Styrofoam and chips of broken concrete were found covering her body that matched debris found in Yates' backyard. Semen found in her body matched Yates.

Shawn A. McClenahan, 39 was found next to the body of Laurel Wason. Three plastic bags covered her head and the cause of death was two gunshots to the head. DNA evidence from semen was matched to Yates as well as a fingerprint on one of the plastic bags. Foreign matter covering her body was also from Yates' backyard. Semen found in her body was matched to Yates.

Thirty-four year old Linda Maybin's decomposed body is found on April 1, 1998. Her shallow grave is only 50 yards from the site of Wason and McClenahan's gravesite.

Yates was arrested in connection with the killings. His home at 2220 E. 49th on Spokane’s South Hill was quickly cordoned off as detectives began the painstaking process of searching the interior and exterior of the house for evidence. Detectives also went to Yates’ home where they noted species of plants that were identical to the vegetation that had covered the bodies of victims Wason, McClenahan, and Maybin. They also found in plain view at his home pieces of broken concrete, wood with white paint peeling from it, peanut shells and rocks, all of which were present in samples taken from the sites where the aforementioned victims were found and which was used to try and conceal their bodies. They also found several “packing peanuts” strewn about the yard. On Monday, October 16, 2000, faced with the insurmountable evidence against him and the almost certainty of receiving the death penalty if convicted of the charges against him, Yates, through his attorneys, announced that he was ready to strike a deal. In exchange for receiving life in prison, Yates said that he was willing to plead guilty to 13 counts of first-degree murder and one count of attempted first-degree murder, but would not plead guilty to the charges facing him in Pierce County. He also said that he would lead the cops to Melody Murfin’s body.

After prosecutors agreed to the terms of his offer, Yates sketched out a map of the yard of his home on a yellow legal pad. Detectives spent about two hours digging up portions of the yard of Yates’ former home before they found what they were looking for. They found Melody Murfin’s remains buried about eight inches below the surface in a bark-covered flowerbed near what used to be Yates’ bedroom window, approximately one foot away from the house’s foundation. Two weeks later Yates kept his word and pleaded guilty to 13 of the murders that the task force had been investigating.

Yates was then sentenced to 408 years in prison for one of the worst murder sprees in U.S. history. Yates is currently in the Pierce County Jail awaiting a June 2001 trial for the murders of Connie LaFontaine Ellis and Melinda Mercer. If convicted, he faces the death penalty. A judge has ruled that evidence linking Yates to the multiple slayings in Spokane will be admissible in his Pierce County trial.

In 2000, he was convicted of 13 counts of first-degree murder and one count of attempted first-degree murder in Spokane County Superior Court. The judge sentenced Yates to 408 years in prison, essentially a life sentence. Yates avoided the death penalty by confessing to the Spokane County murders in exchange for the life sentence.

In 2001, Yates was charged in Pierce County with the murders of two additional women. The prosecution sought the death penalty for the deaths of Melinda L. Mercer in 1997 and Connie Ellis in 1998, which were thought to be linked to the killings in Spokane County. In October 2002, Yates was convicted of those murders and sentenced to death by lethal injection. On September 5, 2008, a judge signed Yates' death warrant, with September 19, 2008 given as the execution date. On September 11, 2008, Washington Supreme Court Chief Justice Gerry L. Alexander issued a stay of execution to allow the defense time to file additional appeals. Yates currently is on death row at the Washington State Penitentiary.

Hint: Picket Fence


Fpscc check_circle 1 year 1 month ago 066 - Old Fort Lauderdale Village

SW 2nd Ave, South Fort Lauderdale, Fort Lauderdale, FL, US

Woot woot!!!! I'm so thrilled that I got one. I just bought a unique pumpkin at the pumpkin patch my landlord was volunteering at at s. Federal and 9 street. Since I have to go from south east to south west, I was just east of river walk. Thank you thank you thank you thank you thank you.


SociButte check_circle 1 year 1 month ago 093 - “Park” n Grab

Park Rd, Webster Park, Webster Groves, MO, US

Cause its in my neck of the woods... 😉


Loraxxxo check_circle 1 year 1 month ago 069 - Boca Cemetery

SW 4th Ave, Boca Raton, FL, US

Thank you Trader Joe’s for being so close to the cemetery!!! I had just finished grabbing our weekly favorites and was headed back to the mall to pickup the (soon to be) wifey, when my phone made that happy sound. I had thought there wasn’t going to be one released today as it was past the witching hour, but alas I was wrong and happy for it. The wifey was not too pleased to be waiting around, but when I sent her the pic of this find, all she could do was smile!!! Glad I got here before it was dark, since cemeteries creep me out, and haunted cemeteries even more so. Probably pay back for me scaring her last year on the haunted Queen Mary for Geocoinfest! Chains in the bed, dead flowers in the porthole, and a fake dead rat inside the room... she freaked and I laughed, a lot! Only fitting then I get the freaky cemetery tag!!!! I did love the massive tree here! And how the tag was placed inside by a grave encompassed by the tree itself. Very cool, with some daylight left. The spider web I could have done without, but he’s kind of cool in the picture so at least there’s that! Thanks for the hunt! #snaggedit


cron publish 1 year 1 month ago 093 - “Park” n Grab

Park Rd, Webster Park, Webster Groves, MO, US

A bush near a sign. Fire tacks might help.


obarshay publish 1 year 1 month ago 066 - Old Fort Lauderdale Village

SW 2nd Ave, South Fort Lauderdale, Fort Lauderdale, FL, US

The Old Fort Lauderdale the village is comprised of a number of old homes from the early 1900s including two haunted homes. The New River Inn and the King Cromartie House

Built in 1905, The New River Inn was built by Edward T. King for a place to stay for railroad men and business men to stay when coming through town. Manifestations in this Inn are seen between 11pm and 3 am. A man clad in a leather coat, presumably a railroad man, has been seen by some. He paces impatiently and it has also been reported that he looks back angrily before disappearing. Others have reported a little girl and other restless spirits.

The Cromartie House, also built by King, is also said to be haunted. The most common entity is a woman, believed to be the spirit of Edwin’s wife, Louise. Other reports include moving curtains, and the porch swing moving as if deliberate but without anyone being around.

The tag is located east of the buildings on the botom of the fence post right by the Riverwalk


obarshay publish 1 year 1 month ago 069 - Boca Cemetery

SW 4th Ave, Boca Raton, FL, US

The Boca Cemetery is started to have many spirits, including the well Known Screaming Man and Mary. The Screaming Man begins with crying that escalated to screaming, shouting, and cursing. The police have been called when this occurred but no one has been found. A man has been seeing running through the cemetery and flailing his arms. The spirit of a teenage girl, named Mary, is said to offer condolences to grieving folks who visit the cemetery.


chickenelbows check_circle 1 year 1 month ago 056 - Eastman

County Rd 173, Spencerport, NY, US

Caching with Hiker Charlie and Chewey in E Rochester when this was published. Took off in the geomobile and made the find. Happy dance!!! Thanks for the tag! Looking forward to the event! Chickenelbows, Hiker Charlie and Chewey


cron publish 1 year 1 month ago 056 - Eastman

County Rd 173, Spencerport, NY, US

Eastman Colby came from Salisbury, New Hampshire and built one of the first permanent homes in the area in 1811. While traveling from Salisbury, Colby suffered a serious injury. A tree had fallen across a road and was blocking access. When he tried to clear the tree from the road, his axe bounced off the tree, striking him in the leg, severing the bone below the knee. He fully recovered from the accident

In 1812, when President Madison declared war on England, Colby served and eventually was promoted to colonel. At the conclusion of the war, Colby return home, ending is military career.

In 1816, Colby sold his home to "Deacon" Aaron Arnold. Arnold was a Deacon at the local church and was deeply religious. However, he also ran a still at his house, suppling the locals and selling to others in Rochester. Arnold died in 1859 and the building changed hands several times. In 1925, Arthur Pulver married Inez Clarence, daughter of the current owner and moved into the house in 1926 until 1966, when Monroe County bought the property which is now part of Northampton Park. The house has since been called the Colby - Pulver House.

The Ogden Historical Society is now headquartered in the house.

Both Eastman and Aaron are believed to still roam the house. Footsteps on the stairs, breath on the back of the neck and a gentle touch are just a few of the signs they leave. Rumor has it that buried deep in the walls of the fruit cellar are Masonic scrolls.

Hide Hint: In the trunk.


cron publish 1 year 1 month ago 015 - Robert the Bruce

Borestone Pl, Scotland, GB

Robert I (11 July 1274 – 7 June 1329), popularly known as Robert the Bruce, was King of Scots from 1306 until his death in 1329. Robert was one of the most famous warriors of his generation, and eventually led Scotland during the First War of Scottish Independence against England. He fought successfully during his reign to regain Scotland's place as an independent country and is today revered in Scotland as a national hero.

Hint: Go to the corner of the fence and look for the angled piece of the fence, feel at the botton for a film pot. Tag is hidden inside.


cron publish 1 year 1 month ago 018

Scotland, GB location_on N 55 00.510, W 003 20.184

Renowned the world over as a paranormal hotspot, the A75, which runs from Gretna in the east to Stranraer in the west, is believed to be the most haunted road in Scotland.

There are two key areas on Scotland’s Ghost Road where haunting activity is at its most frequent.

One stretch is located on the old A75 which runs from Annan to Gretna via Eastriggs; the other is a wide, straight section of road known as the Kinmount Straight.

Eyeless spectres have been reported along with a grinning creature in the trees, a bodiless pair of legs and multitude of phantom hitchhikers. Perhaps the road’s most famous incident occurred in the early 1960s when the Ferguson brothers witnessed all manner of weird apparitions; from a hen flying at their windscreen to ‘great cats, wild dogs, goats, more hens and other fowl, and stranger creatures’.

In more recent times, an elderly man in tweeds has been seen standing by the old Kinmount bus shelter.

Inside right hand side window.


cron publish 1 year 1 month ago 012 - Kirk Lane Burial Ground

Riverbank St, Scotland, GB

One of the oldest cemeteries in Glasgow, Kirk Lane provides an odd juxtaposition between the past and the present, with the small burial ground surrounded by modern housing, and a supermarket opposite its entrance.

The site originally had a church to accompany the cemetery, built by a group of seceders in 1764, a year after they split from the Church of Scotland, relocating to the Pollokshaws district. The graveyard was plotted a few years later in 1770, and became known as the Old Vennel (an old word meaning the passageway between two buildings). The church was knocked down after the congregation built a new one on the nearby Leckie Street in 1871.

The small burial ground and several of the gravestones from the 18th century have survived, although many are in poor condition. Among those buried there is Betty Thomson, the daughter of Scotland’s national bard Robert Burns. She had lived in the Pollokshaws area with her soldier husband John. Their daughter Margaret went on to marry David Wingate, a Pollokshaws weaver and poet.

Hint : You'll need to go into the cemetery, head for the south west corner. The third grave from the corner. The tag is attached to a small bramble.


KC7DQM check_circle 1 year 1 month ago 078 - Slaughter

Centennial Trail, Otis Orchards, WA, US

Barely snagged this tag as someone else beat me to the location, I just knew what to look for and put two and two together on it and bingo.


Frisky Biscuits check_circle 1 year 1 month ago 037 - Ghost Alley

Post Alley, Downtown, Seattle, WA, US

We didn’t see the notification until about 6:30pm and then the traffic thwarted us at everything turn. We continued on knowing there is always a chance and spotted the prize soon after arriving at GZ. Thanks for the fun and see you at the event!


Walkingdead check_circle 1 year 1 month ago 023 - Hop Shed

Fall City-Carnation Road Southeast, Fall City, WA, US

Snagged it!


Vmint check_circle 1 year 1 month ago 042 - Haunted Road

SE 99th St, Snoqualmie, WA, US

Out of the mist she came in search of treasure. There it was, unguarded and unclaimed. Now it is hers!


Rfyooper88 check_circle 1 year 1 month ago 082 - Pet Sematary

N Howard St, Spokane, WA, US

So I just left a geo-event in the area. Was waiting to see if any published, and bam they did. This is the third attempt to find a tag since it started. When I found out about the tags, I knew I wanted one. Got to get some practice in before the ape tags come back out lol. I had no idea we had a pet cemetery around here. It was kind of creepy as it was getting dark. Makes me miss my Romeo. Wish Onewheeler was with me though. Thanks for the tag!


cron publish 1 year 1 month ago 042 - Haunted Road

SE 99th St, Snoqualmie, WA, US

Spirits of the Dead
BY EDGAR ALLAN POE

Be silent in that solitude,
 Which is not loneliness—for then
The spirits of the dead who stood
   In life before thee are again
In death around thee—and their will
Shall overshadow thee: be still.

Take a nighttime walk down this abandoned haunted road. Look for the mark on the old guard rail to find the Lost Soul.

Photo Credit: vmax137


cron publish 1 year 1 month ago 037 - Ghost Alley

Post Alley, Downtown, Seattle, WA, US

A place for ghosts and ghoulish stories, the Ghost Alley is playing host to a Lost Soul. Your GPSr signal will be strongly affected by evil spirits. Go down below to the Post Alley and look behind the lower left corner of the sign in the picture (please be gentle!).


cron publish 1 year 1 month ago 023 - Hop Shed

Fall City-Carnation Road Southeast, Fall City, WA, US

This Hops shed was used in the 1880s. To find the Lost Soul you have to lean on the post and bend down while looking at the hops shed. It's not on or around the post. North side of the shed. Photo 4 is a spoiler.


cron publish 1 year 1 month ago 078 - Slaughter

Centennial Trail, Otis Orchards, WA, US

Horse Slaughter Camp
Spokane was the site of some brutal conflict between the Native Americans of the Spokane tribe and the early settlers. The Natives killed many settlers who they felt were encroaching on their land and this would cause the settlers to retaliate. In 1858 there was a large-scale retaliation campaign put in motion by the settlers in an attempt to deter any further attacks from the Natives. The idea was that they would slaughter some 800 horses belonging to the Spokane, knowing that they very much relied on their horses. Today, the site if this slaughter of innocent animals is known as one of the most haunted places in Spokane. Visitors have reported seeing dozens of ghostly horses and hearing then neigh in the area.

HInt: Pine Cone


cron publish 1 year 1 month ago 082 - Pet Sematary

N Howard St, Spokane, WA, US

**Louis Creed: Today is thanksgiving day for cats, but only if they came back from the dead. Jud Crandall : Sometimes, dead is better ― Stephen King, Pet Sematary

“Well, cats live as long as dogs,” he said, “mostly, anyway.” This was a lie, and he knew it. Cats lived violent lives and often died bloody deaths, always just below the usual range of human sight. Here was Church, dozing in the sun (or appearing to), Church who slept peacefully on his daughter’s bed every night, Church who had been so cute as a kitten, all tangled up in a ball of string. And yet Louis had seen him stalk a bird with a broken wing, his green eyes sparkling with curiosity and—yes, Louis would have sworn it—cold delight. He rarely killed what he stalked, but there had been one notable exception—a large rat, probably caught in the alley between their apartment house and the next. Church had really put the blocks to that baby. It had been so bloody and gore-flecked that Rachel, then in her sixth month with Gage, had had to run into the bathroom and vomit. Violent lives, violent deaths. A dog got them and ripped them open instead of just chasing them like the bumbling, easily fooled dogs in the TV cartoons, or another tom got them, or a poisoned bait, or a passing car. Cats were the gangsters of the animal world, living outside the law and often dying there. There were a great many of them who never grew old by the fire.” ― Stephen King, Pet Sematary

“May be she’ll learn something about what death really is, which is where the pain stops and the good memories begin. Not the end of life but the end of pain.” ― Stephen King, Pet Sematary

“What we know is this: When we die, one of two things happens. Either our souls and thoughts somehow survive the experience of dying or they don't. If they do, that opens up every possibility you could think of. If they don't, it's just blotto. The end.” ― Stephen King, Pet Sematary

“The graves and monuments were in rough rows. Somewhere there would be a caretaker’s building, and in it would be a showing the occupied graves and the unsold plots. Real estate for sale. ― Stephen King, Pet Sematary**

Hint: Penny


TheMasses check_circle 1 year 1 month ago 065 - Boca Raton Resort and Spa

E Camino Real, Boca Raton, FL, US

I can't believe we found it!


Crowesfeat30 check_circle 1 year 1 month ago 092 - Ross can get me the Skull Tag

Laclede Station Rd, St. Louis, MO, US

Found it shortly after publishing. Thanks! CF30 & Strider


Snowman257 check_circle 1 year 1 month ago 052 - Isabella

NY-14, Geneva, NY, US

I’ve been very interested in this ever since I heard about it. Being from Wyoming County I was pretty sure my chances of getting one of these were very slim. My wife and I were out for a ride on this dreary afternoon and decided to hang around where one of these were going to come out. Our guess was wrong and when the notification came in for this one we were over an hour away! The wife said we’re still going to try for it and we changed direction and zoomed across two counties to get to it! We pulled in and made the grab! Loved the chase, the hunt and to be able to “snag the tag”!! See you at the event!


Garbageman85 check_circle 1 year 1 month ago 063 - Miami Cemetery

NE 2nd Ave, Edgewater, Miami, FL, US

Awesome! I just happened to be working close by when this published. Sorry it took so long to log but the volunteer at the cemetery saw me and started asking questions. I ended up getting an awesome short tour.


avroair publish 1 year 1 month ago 065 - Boca Raton Resort and Spa

E Camino Real, Boca Raton, FL, US

This place supposedly has 3 ghosts, all of which are thought to be friendly.

The first is Esmeralda who staff and guests consider the mascot of the resort.

The second is Apports who is credited for bringing fresh flowers into guests rooms. In addition, her milky ghost can be seen in the hallways.

The third is Addison who started this resort. He is sometimes seen wandering the halls in his blue silk pajamas and holding either a parrot or a monkey. He is said to keep away bad spirits and can sometimes be seen looking out over the jetty towards the Boca Inlet

The tag is hanging from the Christmas lights on the west palm tree by the entrance behind the hibiscus leaves


cron publish 1 year 1 month ago 092 - Ross can get me the Skull Tag

Laclede Station Rd, St. Louis, MO, US

I’m in a tree but not the smallest


cron publish 1 year 1 month ago 052 - Isabella

NY-14, Geneva, NY, US

Once the site of a Seneca Indian Village and home to the Council of the Six nations of Iroquois in the early 18th century, the area became home to the Ontario Glass Company until it was closed and the land divided. After the land had changed hands several more times Carrie M. Harron purchased the property then known as ‘Otis Grove’ and began construction on Belhurst Castle in 1885. Fifty men worked for more than four years on the mansion during this time one man was killed when he fell from the tower while another went insane putting on the roof.

An Italian opera singer, who fled from Spain with her lover, came to Belhurst Castle as guests of Mrs. Harron. The story follows that the lady's husband tracked them to the castle. The lovers fled to the wine cellar and tunnels connecting the wine cellar to the carriage house intending to flee again but the irate husband saw vengeance done as the tunnel collapsed on the guilty pair as soon as they entered it. To this day, the white lady is said to walk the shores of Seneca Lake, grieving her lost lover. She has been seen standing at night in the middle of the front lawn or as an apparition flying in through windows.

Another ghost is that of former owner Cornelius "Red" Dwyer

Staff have witnessed many haunted activities - from showers turning on and off in guest rooms, to bottles and glasses flying around the bar, even coming in to see tablecloths tied to the chandeliers. Guests report hearing the sound of a soft lullaby being sung in the middle of the night, or the sound of children playing and screaming in the room next to them - most commonly reported by pregnant women. Others hear the sound of furniture being moved above them, coming from the room that once housed the roulette wheel and gambling tables when Belhurst was a speakeasy and gambling casino.

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