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Arkansas Haunting: Old Arsenal Tower Building

Arkansas Haunting: Old Arsenal Tower Building

LITTLE ROCK, Ark. (KTHV) – The MacArthur Museum of Arkansas History was once designated as the Little Rock Arsenal way back in 1836.

People have reported hearing anything from disembodied voices to music coming from various places inside the building. Others have reported seeing both solid and see-through apparitions along with unexplainable shadows.

According to Arkansas.com, The Spirit Seekers Paranormal Investigation Research & Intervention Team was able to interact with at least four spirits, who were mostly friendly.

For more Arkansas legends and more details on this haunting, go to Arkansas.com: http://on.kthv.com/17zQjNK

Arkansas Haunting: Walters-Curran-Bell House

Arkansas Haunting: Walters-Curran-Bell House

LITTLE ROCK, Ark. (KTHV) – What is now known to us as the Little Rock Visitor Center was once a home to several lawyers, a chief justice, and even a Secretary of State. The house, built between 1842 and 1843, has a rich history and a number of haunting reports.

One of the most notable sightings in the house is of Mary Walters, who died giving birth. Several people have reported experiencing her presence, and according to Arkansas.com, the Arkansas Ghost Catchers were even able to get a recording of her voice saying, “Mary. That’s who I am.”

Others have reported cold spots, random noises, shadows, and sparkling lights where some of the items original to the home are stored.

For more Arkansas legends and more details on this haunting, go to Arkansas.com: http://on.kthv.com/17zQjNK

Arkansas Haunting: Mount Holly Cemetery

Arkansas Haunting: Mount Holly Cemetery

LITTLE ROCK, Ark. (KTHV) – Eleven governors, numerous politicians, and other Arkansans of high significance are in their final resting place at Mount Holly Cemetery, which was established in 1843.

While the cemetery is beautifully dotted with 19th century design and was one of the first cemeteries placed on the National Register of historic places, the paranormal activity is what draws people to the site.

Some have reported seeing statues move, people walking the ground dressed in period clothing, and even hearing the sounds of a flute echo from nowhere.

For more Arkansas legends and more details on this haunting, go to Arkansas.com: http://on.kthv.com/17zQjNK

Arkansas Haunting: The Vanishing Hitchhiker

Arkansas Haunting: The Vanishing Hitchhiker

LITTLE ROCK, Ark. (KTHV) – The Vanishing Hitchhiker is one of many ghost stories coming from of Arkansas.

As Folklore goes, the Vanishing Hitchhiker is the ghost of a young woman who hitchhikes along various roads throughout the state. Several stories describe her getting a ride from a Good Samaritan once a year, directing them to her home, and then disappearing once the driver reaches the address.

For more Arkansas legends and more details on this haunting, go to Arkansas.com: http://on.kthv.com/17zQjNK

7th Annual Little Rock Film Festival Showing Both Sides of River

7th Annual Little Rock Film Festival Showing Both Sides of River

Don't miss the 7th Annual Little Rock Film Festival May 15 - May 19! See award winning films and filmmakers from around the globe right here in walkable Little Rock/North Little Rock. For more information on the film festival or to purchase passes, visit LittleRockFilmFestival.org

Grossology to satisfy your science needs

Grossology to satisfy your science needs

CABOT, Ark. – Do runny noses and body odor intrigue you? You don’t want to miss Grossology: the Impolite Science of the Human Body. This event will be held Saturday, December 15, at 9 a.m. at the Museum of Discovery. Based on the best-selling books, this exhibit uses sophisticated animatronics and imaginative exhibits to tell you the good, the bad, and the downright ugly.

38th Toys Designed by Artists

38th Toys Designed by Artists

Little Rock, Ar. - The Arkansas Arts Center has created a exhibition of toys designed by artists since 1973. The tradition continues as they celebrate their 38th Toys Designed by Artists. This exhibition challenges artists to take the concept of a "toy" and make a personal expression with a piece of art. This years exhibit will be open Wednesday November 21st through Sunday January 6th. The admission is free and located at Arkansas Arts Center at 501 E. 9th Street Little Rock, AR.