2. The Greenbrier Ghost
In 1897, Elva ‘Zona’ Heaster Shue passed away suddenly. Her death was suspicious from the start. Her husband, named Erasmus Edward Stribbling Trout Shue had dressed the body of his deceased wife and had wrapped a scarf around her neck, claiming that she could rest easier. The ghost of ‘Zona’ appeared over the course of four nights to her mother, Mary Jane, and told her the details of her abusive relationship with her husband and that he was her murderer. Mary Jane requested a second autopsy and they found out that her windpipe was crushed and she was indeed murdered by her husband.