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Nov 10, 2014 5:40 PM

Mystery Monday: Real Haunted House

Connie Goins knows the ins-and-outs of the Abner Gaines House, named after one of the building's many owners. Since the 1800s, the weathered-brick house has been a tavern, an inn, a stagecoach stop and an antique shop. It's now a museum. "The man ended up having 13 children, so we... Read Story

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Oct 20, 2014 7:14 PM

Mystery Monday: The Search For Bigfoot

When it comes to the legend of Sasquatch, an EKU English teacher doesn't know what to believe. However, Mason Smith does think it's fascinating to consider the question "What if?" "We live in a complex universe that has things that haven't been discovered," says Smith. Smith's interest... Read Story

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Jul 21, 2014 7:30 PM

Mystery Monday: The Hillbilly Beast

Some said it's nothing more than a made up tale while others claim they've come face-to-face with the mysterious, hairy creature. They're talking about Kentucky's Bigfoot. In one town in the western part of the bluegrass, it's more commonly called "The Hillbilly Beast." "I leaned my head... Read Story

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Jul 7, 2014 7:07 PM

Mystery Monday: Octagon Hall

Octagon Hall is an eight-sided home that was turned into a museum in Simpson County. It has been featured on more than a dozen television networks, even being called one of America's most terrifying places. After 13 years of construction, the three story home for Andrew Caldwell was... Read Story

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Feb 24, 2014 7:31 PM

Mystery Monday: Colville Bridge

A sign at the Colville Bridge in Bourbon County said it's one of the last remaining covered bridges in Kentucky. But what isn't etched on that marker are some of the tales about it. Ryan Hopkins grew up on Colville Road and said at a young age he... Read Story

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