• Lafittes Blacksmith Shop – New Orleans, LA It isn’t every day that you see a haunted site, and even more so uncommon is a Blacksmith’s shop. Well in New Orleans you get both! Lafitte’s Blacksmith Shop however has been repurposed, and is now supposedly the oldest “bar” in the United States. The building where it resides was built around 1772 and is ...
  • The 10 Most Haunted Locations in Arkansas Arkansas is a state in the southern region of the United States bordering the Mississippi River. It’s known for its bounteous par and wild ranges, with landscape encompassing mountains, hot springs, rivers and caves. It’s capital, “Little Rock” hosts the Clinton Presidential Center, as well as Bill Clinton’s presidential archives. Let us take a look at 10 most ...
  • Haunted West High School – Anchorage, Alaska Some witness have seen a lady in white haunting the old auditorium of Anchorage’s West High School. The highschool is located on the south bluff overlooking Westchester Lagoon. The Lady in White has been seen time and time again for decades. She is sometimes seen standing in silence among the seats of the empty auditorium ...
  • Tavern of Lost Souls, Wisconsin As I drove down the infinitely dark street, I cursed my old friends. “A curious little tavern in the middle of nowhere,” they said. Well they got that part right, there was not one indication of civilization to be seen out in these parts. Just after that, I finally got a glimpse of a building ...
  • “Call Me” by Mike Staples Perhaps the pot puffin’ student years are the worst in which to encounter a ghost.Nobody believes a word of it. “Lay off the weed man! Things that go brrriiiinnnggg in the night? What next?” Late summer 1995: Brooklyn Heights. Our pursuit of student accommodations reached its conclusion between the walls of a tidy top-floor apartment in ...
  • Fletcher Church Ghost – Fletcher, NC Our story begins in the mountains of North Carolina, just south of Asheville in the town of Fletcher. Two young lovers had just gotten married when the War Between the States broke out, and the young man went north with a small band of Confederates to join the army. Late one night soon afterwards, the new ...
  • Gazing Through The Eyes Of A Halloween Mask Masks have mesmerized people from all different cultures and countries from the time of the ancients until this modern day. Masks have been used for many different reasons, from religious rituals, theater to the delightful play of children. Although, many masks are still used today in all these different ways one of the most popular ...
  • Exploring The Eerie Side To Edinburgh A tumultuous past of the Black Plague and barbaric executions are rumoured to still haunt present day Edinburgh, and the more daring visitors to the city can find out for themselves. If you take yourself on an alternative tour of the city – searching for ghosts instead of the usual sights – then who knows ...
  • Meet the Ghosts of Chicago’s Bachelor’s Grove By Michael Kleen Bachelor’s Grove in the southwest Chicago suburb of Midlothian has been an enigma for over three decades, but like most such locations, it started out with a mundane existence.  Over one hundred years ago, picnickers dressed in their Sunday best lounged under oak trees in the park-like atmosphere of the cemetery.  Two of ...
  • Haunted Lighthouses – Presque Isle Lighthouse, Michigan Located on the land protruding from the eastern shore of Lake Huron in Michigan, you’ll find the Presque Isle Lighthouse. The name Presque Isle comes from the French term that means “almost an island.” Congress appropriated $7,000 to fund the construction of the lighthouse in 1838 and construction started shortly thereafter. The lighthouse was completed ...
  • Haunted Museum in Salt Lake City, Utah Ancestors of Mormon Pioneers are justifiably proud of the heritage and history of the brave people who settled Utah, Nevada and California in the 1800s. One terrific organization devoted to preserving that heritage is the Daughters of Utah Pioneers. Website for DUP. Maureen Smith, the vice president of the Daughters of Utah Pioneers took a few minutes ...
  • Savannah Georgia – America’s Most Haunted City In 2003, the American Institute of Paranormal Psychology named Savannah America’s Most Haunted City.  And Savannah is able to support the title.  Ghosts, apparitions or paranormal activities have been reported at many of Savannah’s inns, restaurants, private residences, and of course, cemeteries. There are many magnificently restored buildings nestled around Savannah’s twenty-one squares.  Many of these ...
  • For Lauderdale Ghost Tours — Hunt The Haunted Tonight! Hunt ghosts with the Ghosts, Mysteries & Legends tour of Old Fort Lauderdale, www.fortlauderdaleghosttours.com, Fort Lauderdale’s premier ghost tour. Ghost Guides introduce visitors and locals to Fort Lauderdale’s “other night life” as they walk along the banks of the New River in the city’s historic district. The ghost tour takes guests to the city’s most haunted ...
  • Savannah Georgia – America’s Most Haunted City In 2003, the American Institute of Paranormal Psychology named Savannah America’s Most Haunted City.  And Savannah is able to support the title.  Ghosts, apparitions or paranormal activities have been reported at many of Savannah’s inns, restaurants, private residences, and of course, cemeteries. There are many magnificently restored buildings nestled around Savannah’s twenty-one squares.  Many of these ...
  • Haunted Skies: Ghosts Of The Eastern 401 Disaster My experience with the story of Eastern Flight 401 began early in 1973. I flew from Tampa, Florida, to New York City and back several times that year. Most of my close relatives lived in the New York City area. During school breaks, I took the opportunity to combine visits with them with opportunities to ...
  • Haunted Lighthouses – Old Port Boca Grande Lighthouse Located at the southern end of Gasparilla Island you’ll find the Old Port Boca Grande Lighthouse. Right next to the lighthouse sits its twin – a building that served as the lighthouse keeper’s assitant’s home. Originally built in 1890, these two buildings were nearly lost to the sea. By 1970, the shoreline had ...
  • Haunted Lighthouses – New London Ledge Lighthouse Located at the mouth of the Thames River, entrance to New London Harbor, Connecticut at the eastern end of Long Island Sound sits the New London Ledge Lighthouse. Built in 1909 on the Southwest Ledge, the lighthouse was originally called the Southwest Ledge Light, but to avoid confusion with another lighthouse in New Haven, the ...
  • Haunted Lighthouses – Point Lookout Light The Point Lookout Lighthouse sits on a peninsula that marks the entrance to the Potomac River in Chesapeake Bay, Maryland. The area was known as a pleasant vacation place prior to the Civil War. It was originally part of St. Michael’s Manor, which was owned by the first governor of Maryland. The point had been ...
  • Haunted Lighthouses – St. Simons Lighthouse On October 17, 1804, a plantation owner on St. Simons Island, Georgia, deeded four acres of his land at the south end of the island for one dollar to the Federal government for the construction of a lighthouse. The first lighthouse and a one-story frame residence were built in 1810 at a cost of ...
  • Haunted Lighthouses – Seguin Island Light Way up in the northeastern corner of the U.S, perched high on its own little barren island made of rock, sits Sequin Island Lighthouse. This lighthouse, located at the mouth of the Kennebec River in Georgetown, Maine, is the second lighthouse that was ever built in Maine and is one of the oldest in the ...
  • Haunted Lighthouses – Owls Head Light, Owls Head, Maine The booming lime trade of the 1820’s on Maine’s midcoast led to the construction of a lighthouse on Owls Head, an area located at the entrance to Rockland Harbor, Maine. In 1825, President John Quincy Adams authorized the building of a lighthouse on a promontory south of Rockland Harbor in Penobscot Bay. The relatively ...
  • Haunted Lighthouses – Heceta Head Lighthouse Named for the Spanish sailor Don Bruno Heceta who discovered the location in 1755, the Heceta Head Lighthouse sits in a beautiful location on the coast of Oregon just north of Florence. Formerly known as Devil’s Elbow State Park, the area includes the cove south of the lighthouse and the lighthouse itself. The area ...
  • Haunted Ogden By day, Ogden appears as a typical small town in Utah, but by night, this quiet little community awakens more than its share of spooky happenings. Ogden was not always such a friendly community. In the late 19th century it was full of opium dens and brothels along 25th Street. Many were connected by underground ...
  • Haunted Houses of Maryland Rich with tales of civil war apparitions and ghosts of former hospital patients, Maryland is a state that has a colorful paranormal history. Today we’ll focus on just a few of the homes that have earned the ghastly reputation of being haunted -in case you’re in market for some haunted real estate of your own. ...
  • Haunted Mason House Inn   Do you like haunted hotels? Do you like trains? I know, they don’t really go together logically, do they? Well, they do if you’re at the Mason House Inn, Bentonsport, Iowa. The Mason House Inn  is a cool old haunted hotel with tons of ghostly activity.  And if you’re just a bit weary of the ghosts keeping you up ...