Monumental Mysteries: Greenbrier Ghost Pictures
Don Wildman visits a monument to the first circus elephant, looks at a tombstone of a young woman whose ghost allegedly helped convict her murderer, and examines the statue of a legendary explorer.
Zona Hester Shue's tombstoneIn 1897, a young woman by the name of Zona Heaster Shue is suddenly found dead. Weeks after Zona’s funeral, her mother approaches the authorities convinced that her daughter’s ghost revealed that she’d been murdered by her husband. The ghostly encounter is used as evidence in court and leads to a murder conviction. 960 1280
Monument dedicated to "Champ" the lake monsterOn the banks of Lake Champlain in Burlington, VT, is an intriguing stone slab with an etching of a strange aquatic creature. Sightings of this legendary beast date back to the first European explorers to visit the lake. Could there really be a monster lurking in Lake Champlain? 960 1280
Crew filming a re-enactment of Captain Cook's visit to HawaiiCaptain Cook was the first European to reach Hawaii, but during his second visit to the Big Island, he met his tragic demise after a confrontation with a group of natives. What lead to this shocking outburst of violence? 960 1280
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