If you don’t know about the Ghost of Monte Ne “Dear Darla” I strongly suggest you read her story. The Ghost of Dear Darla is spotted every year around Halloween night walking around Monte Ne in Rogers Arkansas, most recently sighted by visitors in the hotel ruins looking out of a window. A woman named
I peeked out my bedroom window one October night. The fog had been settling over the White River and I could barely see past a few feet. With hesitation, I grabbed my fishing gear and waders to go fish the No Moon night. Driving to my honey spot was slow and hazardous. Visibility was zero.
A family that currently lives in Pea Ridge, Arkansas found some shocking footage after setting up a few deer cams on their property. Some of you out there with larger properties know that deer tend to stay in groups and stick to an area they know. It’s very common to see the same 30 –
Long ago the areas around today’s Beaver Lake were the hunting grounds of the Osage. The cool waters of the White River flowed thru the fertile valley and offered fresh water to the villagers and the prey they would hunt. Over the years, white settlers gradually displaced the Osage presence and eventually a man named
Drive East in Washington County, Arkansas along the swaying route of Hwy 45 and you will see that it’s scenic and lined with small communities of wealth and power. As you get closer to the small town of Goshen, motorists may want to be aware of the Twin Bridges Triangle. Goshen can be found in
Everyone likes a scary story and Arkansas and it’s surrounding areas are FULL of them. We took a look on Amazon and found some pretty scary stuff. Here is a list of 6 Arkansas Stories that will keep you up at night. When Mark Spencer and his family moved into the beautiful old Allen House
The Ghost of Monte Ne “Dear Darla” “Dear Darla” is back and this time she left a token for her family. This week just after sunset a man visiting the old Monte Ne hotel was approached by a young girl who was scared and asking for a ride. No questions, the man helped her into
We all know stories the authorities want us to know about Northwest Arkansas but what about the stories they don’t talk about… Did you ever hear the legend about the ghost of the Frisco Station Strangler? If not, I bet you also don’t know the legend of why they leave the obelisk on the Southwest