'Tis no secret the Hub teems with spookiness. Antiquarian graveyards abound; there were public executions on the Common into the 19th century; witches tortured; Redcoats slain; grad students wandering the region for years, their spirits disquieted, their moaning heard through the drywall. With Halloween coming up, we thought we'd eschew the usual cemetery trivia and gallows sitings, and tell you some Greater Boston ghost stories you may not be as well aware of, like those of the lady who haunts a corner of Jamaica Plain and the carriage driver who never seems to get beyond the Charlestown Bridge. But beware! Some of this stuff ain't true.
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