Providence, Rhode Island
Providence, Rhode Island in Providence County is the capital and most populated city in the state. It is situated at the mouth of the Providence River, at the head of Narragansett Bay.
Providence was one of the first cities established in the United Sta
Providence, Rhode Island
Milwaukee is the largest city in Wisconsin with approximately 600,000 residents. It is located on the southwest shore of Lake Michigan.
French missionaries and fur traders were the first Europeans to pass through the Milwaukee, Wisconsin area. In 181, the F
Berea is located in Cuyahoga County, Ohio near Cleveland. It has a population of about 20,000 residents.
Baldwin-Wallace College Information:
Baldwin-Wallace College is a liberal arts college located in Berea, Ohio. It was founded in 1845. Baldwin-Wallace Col
Anderson, Indiana is in the central portion of the state with just under 60,000 residents. It is located in Madison County, Indiana.
Gruenwald Historic House:
Locals recommend visiting this location on the night of a full moon. Paranormal activity at the Gruenw
If you go to my basement and go back upstairs with the lights off, then you will feel like someone is breathing down your neck!Read More
Several areas are haunted in this 150 yr old hot springs resort. It was founded in 1862 by David & Harriett Walley. Prior to this it was held as a sacred spot for the local Native Americans where ceremonies were held. The Restaurant is there area where most of the sightings anRead More
History:On the day of our visit to the Winnebago Indian Reservation, we spoke with a 20-something woman clad in a green sweatshirt, hair pulled back into a slightly disheveled pony tail, at the “Pronto” gas station in Homer, Nebraska. She was friendly and familiar with the arRead More
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According to locals, there were car accidents along the road leading to Hookman’s Cemetery in Rayne, LA and vandalism forced the community to close it off to the public. Locals say that a police officer murdered his girlfriend at this location, but we haven’t verified this piece of gossip yet. The Hookman’s Cemetery is located on private property off Ohlenforst Road...Read More
Hookman’s Cemetery is the site where the Hookman is purportedly buried at the top of a hill in a rural area between Peru and Wabash, Indiana. This lurid fellow, the Hookman, was said to walk lover’s lane in Peru, Indiana in search of hapless couples to attack with his prosthetic hook. The Hookman’s Graveyard is located between Peru and Wabash, Indiana. Take Highway...Read More
Several ghosts haunt the Bienville House in New Orleans. This haunted hotel is home to a female ghost that watches guests as they sleep. Apparitions have been observed walking through walls and unopened doors. The building has functioned as a hotel primarily, but for a short period of time, it was also an apartment building. Located in the midst of the French...Read More
Rated as one of the most haunted hotels in New Orleans, the Hotel Monteleone was built in 1886 and is host to at least 12 ghosts. The haunted nature of this 1886 hotel has been celebrated in October. The building was featured on Travel Channel’s, “Weird Travels”. The International Society of Paranormal Research investigated this location and found that William...Read More
Located on St. Charles Avenue in the Garden District of New Orleans, The Columns Hotel is home to many spirits most of whom are previous owners of the building. In the ballroom or garden area, visitors report seeing a Lady in White. Throughout the property, a well-dressed man is said to walk around, checking in on things to make sure the guests are okay. This...Read More
Jean Lafitte, a famous New Orleans pirate, is said to haunt Lafitte’s Blacksmith Shop, at 941 Bourbon Street and some claim that he walks the Lafitte Alley (popularly known as Pirates Alley) as well. Sightings tend to occur around 3:00 AM in the morning. v3id:1007 New Orleans LA Louisiana United StatesRead More
Houma, Louisiana is a hotbed of paranormal activity. Folks actually live along Coteau Road and believe it or not, they often see shadow figures walking around in the distance near some metal sheds. (Some of the people who live in the area can hardly believe their eyes.) Strange mists also reportedly cross the road at times. Check out the haunted Bayou Sally Road and...Read More
There are many headless ghosts in Louisiana and one of them is said to walk the Greenwood Cemetery in Greenwood, LA. Disembodied voices and strange sounds have also been reported at the cemetery. This isn’t surprising given the history of the location. Maybe because this is the only truly French state in the Union, Louisiana haunts seem to attract ghosts that are...Read More
Miller Cemetery, better known as “Headless Cemetery” is a famous haunt in the Eunice, Louisiana area. According to Shadowlands, the ghost of a headless man occupies the premises. Locals say that if you go to Headless Cemetery late at night, you’ll have some sort of car trouble due to the haunting. The cemetery is located on private property and it’s important that...Read More
Highland Road is the site of some beautiful homes and well-preened golf courses, but in September and October, residents report seeing horrific apparitions of Confederate soldiers bloodied and often missing limbs from battle. Ghosts of Confederate soldiers are regularly reported at this location. Sometimes the apparitions are seen walking along the road. Sometimes...Read More
Dry Hollow, Tennessee
Dry Hollow Branch is a stream located 8.4 miles from Tennessee Ridge near Danville.
Crazy George’s Bridge Information:
Crazy George’s Bridge is not the only ghostly man with a lantern along the Tennessee railroads in the middle of the night. In Chapel Hill,
Benicia is located in Solano County, California in the central portion of the state in the San Francisco Bay Area along the north bank of the Carquinez Strait. It was the first city in California to be founded by Anglo-Americans. Benicia was the state capital