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Sibray visits the remote grave of Captain Ralph Stewart near Oceana, West Virginia.

West Virginia mountains provided refuge for Indian fighter

How did the grave of a soldier from the Shenandoah Valley wind up in one of the most remote and rugged mountain regions in...
The tale of the woman whose feet never touched the ground is among the strangest of W.Va. ghosts stories.

Bizarre tale of the woman whose feet never touched the ground

Mountainous and often remote, West Virginia may enjoy more than its fair share of strange stories, but the tale of the woman whose feet...
Ripples appear on the surface of the Monongahela River in Marion County, West Virginia.

Do three legendary monsters inhabit the Monongahela River?

Far from the city lights that shimmer about its mouth in Pittsburgh, the Monongahela River arises more than 200 miles to the south among...
Sliding Hill, in the left distance, rises along the Ohio River in Mason County, West Virginia.

Ghosts of Sliding Hill not forgotten by older generation

Old-timers still tell of the ghosts said to have haunted Sliding Hill in Mason County, though only the very oldest now recall it. However,...
Settlers along Dunloup Creek in southern West Virginia discovered what the described a stone fort, the origins of which remain a mystery.

Prehistoric mystery underlies "Egypt" in southern W.Va.

Settlers along Dunloup Creek in what's now southern West Virginia called the valley they farmed "Egypt" due to its remarkable fertility. But they discovered...