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Carved Palm Tree Doors Clark Hall Doors Charlotte, NC

Carved Palm Tree Doors Clark Hall Doors Charlotte, NC

The Manhattan Murder Well   - Basement, Spring Street, Manhattan (formerly the Manhattan Bistro)   - ‘World of the Paranormal’ are short bite sized posts covering paranormal locations, events, personalities and objects from all across the globe.   Follow The Paranormal Guide at: www.theparanormalguide.com/blog

The Manhattan Murder Well - Basement, Spring Street, Manhattan (formerly the Manhattan Bistro) - ‘World of the Paranormal’ are short bite sized posts covering paranormal locations, events,.

Elvis' house @ Cocoa Palms (I visited here!)    The Coco Palms Resort achieved early exposure and fame in the 1961 Elvis Presley movie, “Blue Hawaii.” Here Elvis sings “The Hawaiian Wedding Song” to Joan Blackman as they ride their flower bedecked  double-hulled canoe through the lagoon to the Wedding Chapel. Prior to its close in 1992, (Hurricane Iniki struck in Sept 1992) the resort hosted over 500 wedding ceremonies annually.

Elvis' house @ Cocoa Palms (I visited here!) The Coco Palms Resort achieved…

Get us some of those round plastic sleds with the rope handlers, hang on, doo the stairs! ...

abandoned house in France - I would love to know the stories behind it. Why does someone just leave a beautiful place to ruins? Urban by ~grigjr Photography / Architecture / Interior ~grigjr Some of my urban exploration shot. More on [link]

Every State's Supernatural Claim to Fame - Movoto

This Awesome Map Shows Each State’s Supernatural Claim To Fame

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TOUR OF THE ABANDONED COCO PALMS RESORT - WAILUA, KAUAI - JANUARY 31, 2014. Amazing tour!...,this is the famous resort visited by the rich and famous before hurricane Iniki left it a shambles on 9/11/92. Most famous as the resort featured in Elvis's "Blue Hawaii"

Coco Palms Resort, Elvis Presley's Abandoned Tiki Paradise (to reopen early 2017 as a Hyatt-managed property).

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