As you delve into the legend of "Resurrection Mary," you'll soon notice that the stretch of Archer Avenue from Resurrection Cemetery to the Willowbrook Ballroom is not the only piece of land that seems haunted, nor is it haunted just by "Mary." It seems the entire locality has a supernatural quality to it, enough that Chicago's "Southwest Siders" have dubbed it "The Archer Triangle," in reference to the more famous one near Bermuda. But what is it about this region that spurs so many reports of paranormal activity? Is it the legacy of ancient Native American activity, the numerous cemeteries located here, or Ley lines and waterways? Is it all an imagined coincidence or is there a more sinister force at play? Tonight, we take a more thorough look at Mary's favorite haunts and examine why the spirits of the area appear to be so restless.
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