The Untold Story Of The West Virginia Ghost Who Solved Her Own Murder From Beyond The Grave

For more than 120 years, locals in parts of Greenbrier County have debated the ultimate fate that killed Zona Heaster Shue, now a legendary folk hero in the annals of West Virginia history. Some, including a West Virginia court in Greenbrier County back in 1897, believe her ghost solved her own murder from beyond the grave.

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For many in these parts, Zona Heaster Shue is known as the Greenbrier Ghost. Do you believe in this legendary tale of the only ghost in history to solve her own murder – from the grave?

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