What we're about

Inspired Ghost Tracking is where you meet other paranormal investigators and other people who have an interest in the paranormal, ghost investigations, ghost hunting, ghosts, and spirits. We do various events around the paranormal and have guest speakers who are experienced in paranormal, paranormal investigations, and ghost hunters.

This is a ghost tracking group that gets together and discuss like minded topics, share experiences, ghost pictures, investigations and to plan some trips to ghost tours, Gettysburg, haunted places, and some ghost investigation work. Anyone with a serious mind for paranormal or would like to know more on paranormal investigations should join. We have had some very nice guest speakers and are planning more.

If you are serious about getting together for events and going on paranormal investigations then this group is for you.

We meet twice a month, on the 1st Friday of the month we have a guest speaker or plan something else at the VFW Post 160 in Glen Burnie and later in the month we go on investigations, ghosts tours, or anything else that we like to do.

Inspired Ghost Tracking would like to inspire you to learn more on the paranormal, ghost investigations, ghost tours, super natural, ghost hunters, paranormal investigations, and more. Why not get inspired and join today?

All suggestions for guest speakers and places to go are taking into consideration just send an email to Margaret at inspiredghst@aol.com.

Inspired Ghost Tracking members pay yearly dues of $50.

Due to the nature of this group you must be at least 18 years old or accompanied by an adult.

By joining this group you are given Inspired Ghost Tracking permission to take and publish pictures of you at our events. You are also giving us permission to hold the copy right of any pictures you put up on our site or take at any of our investigations.

Private investigations are done by our core group. If you are looking for someone to investigate your home then please contact us at inspiredghst@aol.com or go to www.inspiredghosttracking.webs.com (http://www.inspiredghosttracking.webs.com/) to visit our other site. Also, check out our Facebook page https://www.facebook.com/inspiredghost/ .

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Let's learn about Haunted Ellicott City by Shelley Davies Wygant

Harry L Cooper VFW Post 160

Beginning with its founding in 1772, Ellicott City has endured an endless procession of tragic deaths from horrific accidents, unexplained illnesses, violent murders, unjust hangings, as well as devastating fires and floods. As a result, this 18th century mill town is packed with more restless spirits and unexplained supernatural occurrences than cities many times its size. Chilling experiences at the Patapsco Female Institute, Angelo’s Castle, Lilburn, and “Hell House” as well as taverns, shops and former funeral homes have earned its distinction as The Most Haunted Town in Maryland. Here in this comprehensive compilation of ghost stories, paranormal investigations, and local legends you’ll explore the history and horrors of a village that somehow lives on… despite being given up for dead, time and time again.

Let's go back to B&O Railroad Ellicott City

Ellicott City B & O Railroad

$25.00

This is another one that will be $25 and we will have to get the deposit in so please pay asap. Either by cash or by paypal [masked] Haunted Ellicott City Maryland: B&O Railroad Station Museum B&O Railroad Station Museum (http://t.umblr.com/redirect?z=http%3A%2F%2Fwww.borail.org%2FEllicott-City-Station.aspx&t=MTI5MTNmNDAzOTFkYWU1NWI3ZTBjMGMxNDYxNjFlOTU3OTZlMGIyOCxnanhoemdqag%3D%3D&b=t%3AAREOD4N7Eb-3U8K2cfZziw&p=http%3A%2F%2Fblog.maryland-paranormal.com%2Fpost%2F84466819338%2Fhaunted-ellicott-city-maryland-bo-railroad&m=1) was completed in 1830 and is the oldest surviving railroad station in the USA (http://t.umblr.com/redirect?z=http%3A%2F%2Fwww.visithowardcounty.com%2Fhistory%2Fbo-railroad-history&t=MDFkZmQwOGY0NzhkNzAxNjI1NDFlZmZlYjUzMzYxZjc5MGM5ZWNhMyxnanhoemdqag%3D%3D&b=t%3AAREOD4N7Eb-3U8K2cfZziw&p=http%3A%2F%2Fblog.maryland-paranormal.com%2Fpost%2F84466819338%2Fhaunted-ellicott-city-maryland-bo-railroad&m=1)and the original terminus of the first 13 miles of commercial track ever constructed in America. In 1857, the building was expanded for passenger service with waiting rooms and a ticket office The station has experienced two major restorations. The first occurred in 1976 which converted the station to a museum (http://t.umblr.com/redirect?z=http%3A%2F%2Farticles.baltimoresun.com%2F1992-10-26%2Fnews%2F1992300021_1_ellicott-railroad-station-museum-haunted&t=MWJkMTRmYmYyMWMzNWM5NWM3Njg5ZTg1YjZhN2RjY2FhOTkwN2Y5Myxnanhoemdqag%3D%3D&b=t%3AAREOD4N7Eb-3U8K2cfZziw&p=http%3A%2F%2Fblog.maryland-paranormal.com%2Fpost%2F84466819338%2Fhaunted-ellicott-city-maryland-bo-railroad&m=1). The second occurred in 1999 which restored the station to its 1857 appearance During the Civil War, trains on the B&O railroad stopped in Ellicott City to house Confederate soldiers (http://t.umblr.com/redirect?z=http%3A%2F%2Fwww.fairfaxtimes.com%2Farticle%2F20140103%2FENTERTAINMENT%2F140109664%26template%3DfairfaxTimes&t=ZjY4MWYwYzAwZWExZjQ3MTY3MzM1ZTE5MTNjNTNhY2ZjZGU0Y2UzMSxnanhoemdqag%3D%3D&b=t%3AAREOD4N7Eb-3U8K2cfZziw&p=http%3A%2F%2Fblog.maryland-paranormal.com%2Fpost%2F84466819338%2Fhaunted-ellicott-city-maryland-bo-railroad&m=1)who had surrendered or were captured by the Union. Some conjecture their spirits still remain (http://t.umblr.com/redirect?z=http%3A%2F%2Fwww.newsline.umd.edu%2Fetcetera%2Fhauntedellicottcity110107.htm&t=OWQ4NjQxMDY3MGMyZGMwZmZmZmFmNjk2OTdlNzc2Y2Q0NDkwMTU0NCxnanhoemdqag%3D%3D&b=t%3AAREOD4N7Eb-3U8K2cfZziw&p=http%3A%2F%2Fblog.maryland-paranormal.com%2Fpost%2F84466819338%2Fhaunted-ellicott-city-maryland-bo-railroad&m=1) The museum is reportedly haunted by a box-moving and stair climbing ghost (http://t.umblr.com/redirect?z=http%3A%2F%2Fwww.visithowardcounty.com%2Fwp-content%2Fuploads%2F2011%2F12%2FPRGhost07.pdf&t=ZjgwZDEyZTBhZTViN2QxYmU2NWQ1Mzk1ZjJjNjE3ODdmN2RlMWIwMSxnanhoemdqag%3D%3D&b=t%3AAREOD4N7Eb-3U8K2cfZziw&p=http%3A%2F%2Fblog.maryland-paranormal.com%2Fpost%2F84466819338%2Fhaunted-ellicott-city-maryland-bo-railroad&m=1) that has been named “Charlie.” During Civil War re-enactments the apparition of a union soldier has been seen

Pamela and Steve Barry from Gettysburg Ghost Exchange and Flip Searles

Hear about the Gettysburg Ghost Exchange and Steve's near death experience. Also, guest appearance by Flip Searles with ITC program. You won't want to miss this. Gettysburg Ghost Exchange Is much more than just a Paranormal Equipment store. It is a dream come true and an extension of our home, so The Deadly Grounds Coffee will always be on, conversation and laughter fills our rooms and friendships will be made to last a lifetime! We are the place where the Paranormal Field Gathers to share evidence and purchase the BEST equipment that the field has to offer! We also have a Healing Room and a beautiful Crystals and Fossils display! https://www.facebook.com/LargestParanormalStoreInGettysburg/ Pam and Steve love all things paranormal. They are also paranormal investigators who enjoy helping people and love what they do. Along with Events and Ghost Tours, they have the latest and coolest equipment in the industry. If they don't have it they can get it! Flip Searles has been investigating the paranormal for several years, and has worked alongside the top names in the field. His main area of focus is Instrumental Trans-Communication. He was a co-founder of the Generic Black Shirt Group, which was chronicled on the television show “Paranormal AfterParty”.

Who Wants to investigate Blue Ball Tavern Museum in PA

Blue Ball Tavern

$20.00

William McCroskey was warranted 237 acres, 94 perches, located in Rye Township, Cumberland County, PA, on June 2, 1762. William, his wife Ruth, and children, William Jr. and Elizabeth remained in Carlisle, but they made improvements on the land and rented it out. William died in 1774 without a will and his children were both still minors. On November 20, 1777 the land was offered at Public Sale. The following improvements were listed in the advertisement: house, orchards, and meadows. John Riddle, a carpenter and resident of Rye Township bought the property and owned it from 1777 through 1790. http://historicalsocietyofperrycounty.org/blue-ball-tavern-museum/?fbclid=IwAR1piVevsrOyzB8D41MGk5yLxEgeklki2zSboYOfTW4qn3kLw9Spc4MmCSQ Haunted: down in the Tavern things get moved like there is a deck of cards and sometimes they are spread out on the table sometimes they get turned over. There are bumps and bangs and the sound of things being moved when your sitting there alone. Light being turned on window shades being pulled back when you outside looking at the building. There is also a pair of roller skates in the display case that has a little girl or something that is saying it's a little girl attached to them. The actual address is 59 State Park Rd. Newport, Pa. Need the money by the April meeting. You can pay cash at any of our meetings or by paypal at [masked] paypal fee will be $21.

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