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1-Avondale Mine Disaster
2-Avondale Revisited
3-Avondale: The Final Chapter
4-Wilkes-Barre Cemetery
6-Hollenback Cemetery
7-Jim Thorpe Inn
8-W-B Beauty Salon
9-West Mountain Sanitarium
10-Hanover Green Cemetery
11-Shawnee Cemetery
12-Private Pittston Residence
13-Private Scranton Residence
14-Private Pittston Townhouse
15- Private Bloomsburg Residence
16- Avondale 2009 T.O.P.S. & P.V.P.A.
17- Private Pittston Residence (Twin Mine )
18-Cliff Park Inn
19- West Scranton Residence
20-Private Jim Thorpe Residence
21- Mauch Chunk Opera House
22- Ashley,Pa Residence
23-Olyphant residence
24 -The Banshee Bar, Scranton,Pa
25- Hazleton,Pa.Home
26- South Wilkes-Barre Home
27- Wilkes-Barre Home
28-Farm,Luzerne County,Pa.
29-Duryea Home
30-White Haven Home
31-Montrose Inn
32-Stroudsburg Home/Buisness
33-Curse of the Black Horse Inn
34-Wilkes-Barre Twp. Home
35-West Nanticoke Residence
36-Tavern/Resturaunt/Somewhere in Pa.
37-Tyler Hill,Pa.
35- Reading,Pa.
39-Wilkes-Barre City Residence
40-North Wilkes-Barre Residence
41-Montrose Trip #2
43-Private Residence Nanticoke
Gettysburg 2010
46-Beaver Falls, Pa.
57-Rolling Hills Asylum
58-Hillview Manor
Our Best Evidence
5-Queen Esther's Rock/Bloody Rock


Queen Esther’s Rock/Bloody Rock

Located along Susquehanna Avenue near Seventh Street in Wyoming is one of the most interesting artifacts of the Battle of Wyoming – Queen Esther’s Rock. Named for Queen Esther Montour, the descendant of several "mixed" marriages between white settlers and Indians, this large rock marks the spot where, allegedly, following the Battle of Wyoming, Queen Esther, angered by the recent death of her son, lined 16 American colonists around a huge stone, ever since known as Bloody Rock, and personally smashed their skulls with her tomahawk. 
 We did some EVP work and turned up nothing here.The rock itself is covered with a large metal grate,the reason for this was to protect it from all the people who were chipping away at the stone. 

Conclusion: While Queen Esther's Rock is an interesting piece of local history, NEPA Paranormal feels that there is no paranormal activity present.