Kentucky…it’s kinda creepy

[Music] what is up everybody finally decided to put some effort into the next video it’s been about four years since I made that five haunted and urban legends video I think it was kind of cringe II but you guys seem to like it had about 10,000 views and I’ve got 74 subscribers now I haven’t put anything out worth really watching lately so I figured I’d make sort of a Maj – the first video maybe see if you guys like that and stuff but just wanted to say I appreciate all the support and everything you guys gave and let’s get into the video alright so first step we have Liberty Hall in Frankfort Kentucky according to the notes I have and a little bit of information that I have dug up on this apparently it says John Brown was one of the Kentucky’s first senators and in 1796 he built a family home in Frankfort many people have lived and died in the home today are there are three primary spirits that exist in the state of unrest the first and the most famous is Miss Margaret Varrick aka the grey lady she is said to have traveled around 800 miles to attend the funeral of a family member only to succumb to a heart attack after her journey initially buried in the guardian rumors say her body was later moved now her Restless spirit is said to wander the grounds and opening doors closing doors and always wearing gray a Spanish opera performer visited and disappeared mysteriously from a mansion in 1805 his spirit is also said to roam the property along with a figure wearing a soldier’s uniform the young lad is reported to gaze into a ground-level window with a forlorn lovestruck expression sounds pretty creepy to me it’s not too far from where I live a few hours next up we will do oh if this one looks pretty good Cave Hill Cemetery in Louisville Kentucky Cave Hill Cemetery is a resting place of many famed Kentuckians including the frito-lay magician never heard of that Colonel Carolyn Sanders and most recently Muhammad Ali it was located at 701 Baxter Avenue in Louisville and was built back in the 1800s the grounds were designed in the peak of a Victorian era to be a garden style resting place for the deceased upper-class and shoulders soldier soldiers it’s not uncommon in modern times to hear unexplained sounds and flip stats in the cemetery there is also a variety of herbs and unexplained lights that appear at night on film Oran tombstones and statues stand guard over the bones but the spirits still said to wonder those who have entered at the cemetery at night deem it a hub of paranormal activity sounds pretty good alright then we had old Louisville Louisville during the late 1800s and early 1900s the old Louisville neighborhood was the premier community in Kentucky the area featured beautiful French Revival and George Ian probably saying that wrong architectural designs many with castle like turrets and stained-glass windows some residents loved it so much they choose to hang out even after death and death has visited this neighborhood often over the year including a turbo tuberculosis epidemic that wiped out much of the population and many unexplained tragedies including fires mysterious deaths and suicides a high concentration of spirits are said to roam the area today including women men and children who perished during the tuberculosis epidemic in particular many people report seeing an old woman who turns into a black cat a man with a cloak and a hat who lingers 6th and Hill and a dark-haired woman in Victorian dress ol Louisville has appeared on the Travel Channel and several paranormal television shows and regarded as one of the country’s most haunted neighborhoods owner if a house would be cheaper or cost more in a neighborhood like that all right so next up we have old town bought tavern in Bardstown ok yeah old cowboy tavern Bardstown this might be the oldest tavern in Kentucky built in 1779 at 1:07 Stephon foster Avenue now known in the city of Bardstown the community has had no name when the tavern was constructed it was a well known stagecoach stop that has seen many travelers including Jesse James in a banished King there are several rooms that hold scars from visits by Jesse James including one where he was attacked and another where James thought he saw someone in his room and fired his weapon repeatedly leaving bullet holes in the wall it was rumored that the Spectre was very was the very first ghost in the old Talbott tavern visitors today report hearing strange footsteps disembodied voices and seeing the apparitions of a man and woman and the doors opening in their town okay and then we got one more this one is called [Music] Camp Taylor and it’s also in Louisville Kentucky notes camp Taylor Louisville camp Taylor might be the second most haunted neighborhood in the United States this small community was once a military camp named after general Zachary Taylor the streets are named after other generals like Sherman and Lee during the camp’s time as a military site tuberculosis epidemic struck Louisville camp Taylor was devastated by the disease and the bodies were said to be stacked from floor to ceiling in some of the buildings ghostly soldiers and even a few women from a bygone bordello also said to wander the neighborhood many residents have reported seeing soldiers walking in formations across the fields and streets and a blonde woman in a blue Victorian era dress is also known to wander the area a young woman also rums Taylor Boulevard along with these soldiers but her origin is unknown I hope you guys liked the video I appreciate like I said before everything you guys have done so far I’m still working on getting better equipment and stuff like that but I’ll keep trying to make videos and if you guys like them just uh come subscribe watch like and hit the notification bill be much appreciated to see more and thanks again guys and you guys have a great day bye you it was well known stage code stop it was a well known during the tuberculosis mannequins turbo Q 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