Historic Landmarks & Locations we have visited along with pictures on research click on photo for larger size. I will try to add historical data and interesting facts as we progress….
Ybor City: Tampa’s Cigar City, rich in tradition , culture and old buildings with history. Founded in 1886 by shrewd business man Don Vicente Martinez-Ybor to move his cigar factory from Key West to Tampa. The rest is history….Do unknown entities still wander Ybor City? Only evidence and data will help you make your own decision!
Taken from www.ybor.org :“Known as Tampa’s Latin Quarter for over a century, Ybor City is an exotic blend of aromas, flavors, sights and sounds. From the scent of roasting Cuban coffee early in the morning to the rhythms of Latin music late into the night, Ybor is a feast for the senses.
Choose from a variety of cuisine – Spanish, Cuban, Italian, Greek and French – just by strolling down La Setima, the main street of the Historic District. Share authentic tapas and a pitcher of Spanish sangria in a café atmosphere reminiscent of a Mediterranean village.
Browse eclectic shops and art galleries or visit one of the museums. See a “hand-rolled cigar” being made or just relax and “people watch” with a cup of Ybor’s famous cafe con leche.
Listen to the music of the night – jazz, blues, salsa, reggae and even hip-hop emanate from a selection of pubs, patio bars and nightclubs. Ybor is alive with a variety of entertainment that makes it one of Florida’s top-ranked nightspots.
Founded by Vicente Martinez-Ybor as a cigar-manufacturing center, Ybor City today is one of only two National Historic Landmark Districts in Florida. Red brick buildings, wrought iron balconies and narrow brick streets give it an old-world charm that is a refreshing change of pace from the beach and the mall”
Edgar Alan Poe Museum Richmond VA: CherBear was at the Poe Museum taking some pictures and captured more interesting data!
Ehren’s Community Cemetery: Located in Land O Lakes Fl north of Tampa, this old Saw Mill commmunity is the resting place for the Muller family. We saw the infamous “Lady in the Chair” and captured multpile light anomolies and orbs. Look for the video soon!
French Quarters NOLA: Bourbon Street is full of wild and wacky locations! Full of Hot Spots! We visited the Lafayette graveyard, Saint Louis Graveyard#1, The Cats Meow & more!, special thanks to Le Bayou for letting us go back upstairs!
Italian Club Ybor City: Home of the Cigar City Mafia back in the Golden Era where known mob bosses frequented and shoot outs happened often in the streets.
Lake Carroll Cemetery: The feeling at Lake Carroll Cemetery was very peaceful and calm. Didnt have a scary nor creepy feeling to it, we were possibly contacted by some entitities confirming it a possible “Hot Spot”
Lutz Cemetery: Located right off Hwy41 the open cemetery had some interesting resting spots and I had multiple readings on App & Boxes
Oak Grove Cemetery: The thick and dense air at Oak Grove was felt immediately and our emf and boxs were going bezerk. Amazing pics captured on 35mm & digital cameras corresponding with emf spikes amd multiple readings. Further investigations to follow.
Oak Lawn Cemetary: The wide open location has street access all through out. The spirits run free 24/7 and we aptured multiple orbs on numerous pictures. Very calm and friendly feeling.
Richmond, Virginia: CherBear ventures on her own to some historic locations in Richmond including the RichHaus Brewery & famous Read House where she caught some entities at the doorway.
Saint Louis Cemetery #1: Home of the voodoo queen and her daughter and many Italian Mosoleums. Very unique yard with a cramped feeling….
Sulphur Springs Tower: Located in “The Springs” the “Tower” had many rumors and legends behind it including speculation that it was once on pirates tresure maps…..Our data concluded otherwise. Although it does have some strange day time activity. Once a watertower for Tampa and part of the old drive in movie theatre and amusement park, home of Floridas first “indoor mall”.