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The Spectral Mayor of Palm Beach Town Hall:  His Honor the Ghost © 2018 by Dr. Philip Ernest Schoenberg, Ghost with a Blog #ghost

Palm Beach Town Hall, at 360 South County Road, built in 1925 has its own ghost, and why one of the best mayors that the town that still watches over his community.  Paul Ilyinsky or HH Paul Romanovsky-Ilynsky (1928–2005) – senior male of Romanov Dynasty, Head of House of Holstein-Gottorp, Prince of Holstein-Gottorp, Duke of…

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Chanel Boutique has a Smelly Spirit

Chanel Boutique at 301 Worth Avenue N has acquired a smelly spirit. When you are rich, and do something unusual, you are considered “eccentric” instead of “crazy.”  There was one nouveau riche patron that would constantly bought perfume at this store.  It was unusual that it was a man yet.  The client did not take…

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The Mysterious Library Patron

Every good library needs a ghost. The Mandel Public Library of the Palm Beach County Public Library at 411 Clematis St, West Palm Beach, FL 33401 is no exception.  When the day’s patrons have left their studies to return to the warmth of their friends and families, the library ghost pursues his quest with unrelenting…

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Did I See a Ghost?

I have been doing ghost walks since 2005 and started an all-year-round ghost company in 2006.  In all these years, I remained a skeptic of the ghostly experience except on two occasions. In 2005, when I first started doing ghost walks and I still did them personally, I ended a tour at the cellar of…

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Gucci Goes Ghostless

The Gucci store at 150 Worth is not at the original location.  Originally, Gucci was located at 256 Worth Ave. However, that location was having some issues.  Gucci moved here in 2010 to escape a ghost haunting it at its original location at 256 Worth Avenue where a phantom of unknown origin haunted the premises. …

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The Phantom Audience of the Kravis Center for the Performing Arts

Ghosts of Palm Beach Blog 16 The Phantom Audience of the Kravis Center for the Performing Arts © 2018 by Dr. Philip Ernest Schoenberg, Ghost with a Blog #ghost Since the Kravis Center for the Performing Arts Opened in 1992, hundreds of entertainers have performed there. …

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Ta-boo Restaurant

Erin O’Neil-Crooks, a former guide manager of Ghosts of Palm Beach, reported in 2012, “I was walking down the avenue greeting all the businesses and introducing us walked past Ta-boo and hears a man calling from the back of the building, “Is that her? The one who does the ghost tours?” She, of course, waited…

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Seminole Spirits

In the mid-1990s, a young audio engineer visited Palm Beach Island to gather field recordings of the ocean breezes for a CD compilation of Floridian nature sounds. He experienced some abnormal technical difficulties. Although the breezes that day were mild, his hat continually blew off as though snagged by a hurricane gust. When the audio…

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The Church Mouse Poltergeist

Ghosts of Palm Beach Blog 13 © 2018 by Dr. Philip Ernest Schoenberg, Ghost with a Blog #ghost The Church Mouse at 374 South County Road is a thrift shop located in Palm Beach. A very worried woman came into the shop. She said to the…

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The Flying Dutchman

Ghosts of Palm Beach Blog 12 The Flying Dutchman © 2017 by Dr. Philip Ernest Schoenberg, Ghost with a Blog #ghost Some of the sailor-folk tell stories of the Flying Dutchman, that wanderer of the seas whose captain, having sworn that he would round Cape Horn in…

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