Delmarva Historic Haunts – The Past Is The Future With The Lights On


Rick CoherdWe are a team of para-historians interested in investigating historical sites and preserving the history involved.  DHH founder Rick Coherd has a strong passion for both history and historical places. Through this passion, he decided to start DHH to investigate the paranormal and offer paranormal investigations and programs to help fund historic places, thus allowing them to keep their doors open. To date, DHH has raised over $37,000 to help support historical locations.

All of our investigators have a strong historical presence and hope that they can help keep historical places thriving for generations to come. DHH takes all steps necessary to seek out, find, and document any paranormal activity using a scientific and organized approach in all investigations and will not make claims of “haunted” or “not haunted” until all evidence is collected and analyzed, realizing that the truth is often made up of more than one factor. Therefore, we carefully consider all evidence from a skeptics point of view to ensure the authenticity of such evidence and rule out any potentially false findings.  If your historical site is believed to be haunted or if you know of a haunted historical location, you can call us or send us a message and we will contact you.


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DHH supports The Friends of the African Union Church Cemetery in Delaware City, DE. This cemetery is the burial place for five members of the US Colored Troops, who served bravely on the side of the Union in the Civil War.

The Friends of the African Union Church Cemetery was founded in 1996 by a group of concerned citizens who wished to preserve and teach about this cemetery.