Wednesday, August 10, 2011


Ghost Light. See El Dorado Light.

Ghost Light. See Hornet Spook Light.

Ghost Light. See Neosho Ghost Light.

Ghost Light. See Seven-Year Light.

Ghosts. See Muir Mansion Ghost.

Ghosts. See Valle House.

Graves, Pygmy. See Pygmy Graves.

Grizzly Bear. On August 28, 1920, a grizzly bear escaped from the St. Louis Zoo. It terrified pedestrians in Forest Park and raided a fruit stand before being recaptured. St. Louis Globe-Democrat, August 28, 1920.

Hornet Spook Light. A mysterious "Ghost Light" is sometimes seen on a road outside Hornet, Missouri. There have been numerous sightings of this light (which is usually described as a glowing, basketball-sized light) during the past 150 years, some by policemen, government employees, and university professors. Brandon, Jim. Weird America (1978), pp. 120-122. See also Devil's Promenade.

Houseman, Angie. A boy named David had a prophetic dream about the still-unsolved murder of 9 year-old Angie Houseman. St. Louis Post-Dispatch, March 6, 1994, p. 1D.

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