Out of every NFL city, Baltimore might be the most ghost friendly. The Ravens are named after a poem by legendary horror writer Edgar Allan Poe and the good realtors of Realtor.com named Baltimore the most haunted city in the country.
On Friday, we asked you to share your real-life ghost stories, and I semi-regret it. Some of your stories are legitimately freaky! Brace yourself for readers’ scariest real-life ghost stories.
There’s a ghost story a friend’s father told me once that still freaks me out a little bit. Even as an adult. The story goes that one night, a few weeks after his mother died, he woke up to their dog barking uncontrollably. He got up and walked down the hallway to see what was wrong, and much to his shock, saw the…
One of two things happened here.
Time for your weekly edition of the Deadspin Funbag. Got something on your mind? Email the Funbag. Today, we're covering ghosts, Ray Rice, community message boards, and more.
All jokes aside, this is a real ghost.
That's a damn ghost, man. I don't care what any of you say.
(Turn the lights off before reading for maximum effect.)
You probably don't know much about Lazar Hayward. He was drafted out of Marquette by the Minnesota Timberwolves at the end of the first round in the 2010 draft, was traded to Oklahoma City a year ago, was then shipped to Houston as part of the James Harden deal, and was finally released in October.
From the Daily Iowan comes the story of six University of Iowa students, all of whom are on the school's baseball team, living in a house that is apparently super haunted. "Oh big deal, what did someone get the chills one night and now they are scared of ghosts?" is something you might be thinking right now. Well…
Reader Ben sends us some exciting news. Not only is legendary golfer Bobby Jones currently existing in our world as a benevolent spirit, he is also living comfortably in a glass jar. A glass jar that you can buy on eBay! The starting bid is listed at $500, or the jar can be bought outright for $1,000, and let's be…
Time once again to play everybody's favorite game: Florida or Ohio? It's Ohio.
The Knicks were crushed by Oklahoma City last night, but an opponent far more deadly than Kevin Durant was to blame. It seems the team had trouble resting up because their hotel was haunted.