Ghostlandia is a project seeking to highlight the history and hauntings of locations all across the U.S. We put an emphasis on learning history through a lens of paranormal stories...
Haunting Tragedies at the Bigelow Hotel
With a hotel with as bloody history as the Bigelow, It’s not surprising that the building is reportedly very, very haunted.
Restless Spirits at the Little Bighorn Battlefield
The amount of death seen by these rolling hills is staggering, with hundreds of markers noting where bodies of the two sides had fallen to...
The “Devil School” in Jacksonville, Florida
You can look beyond the chain link fence to see what it once was and imagine what it could be in the future.
Ghost to Coast: Waverly Hills Sanatorium in Louisville, Kentucky
The most infamous sanatorium in the western hemisphere has a tunnel underneath known as the “body chute.”
Floating spirits of the RMS Queen Mary in Long Beach
90 years after her maiden voyage, the Queen Mary sits off the dock in Long Beach and welcomes visitors to this day. However, some passengers never left her opulent halls.
The Mischievous Monkey Ghost of Montana at the Pollard Hotel
Multiple spirits are reported, including a rare non-human apparition. Let’s learn all this and more about the Pollard Hotel in Red Lodge, Montana.
The Ghostly Organ Music of Epperson House in Kansas City
The haunting legends of the Epperson home began after Harriet’s untimely death at the age of 47, with ghostly organ music and the apparition of a girl in an evening gown, as if dressed for a recital.
Disco Dancing Spirits at the First Avenue Nightclub in Minneapolis
With a storied past including hometown musical hero Prince, let’s explore the haunted history of the First Avenue Nightclub in Minneapolis, MN.
Adobe Ghosts at the Amador Hotel in New Mexico
The building has experienced paranormal activity almost its entire existence, but the two story adobe former hotel carries a lot of the history of the town itself.
The Lady in Red at the Mizpah Hotel in Nevada
Paranormal investigators have flocked to the Mizpah for its ghostly activity, many trying to communicate with the Lady in Red.
Hide & Seek at the St. Augustine Lighthouse in Florida
With a history as storied as the St. Augustine lighthouse, it’s no wonder why locals and tourists alike tell stories of the ghostly inhabitants of the island and tower itself.
The Lady in Blue at the Geiser Grand Hotel in Oregon
The Geiser Grand Hotel was reopened in 1998, but spirits from it’s heyday in the early 1900s still wander the halls.
Murder at the Wood Island Lighthouse in Maine
While its 200 year history includes tragedies and triumphs, some say the lighthouse is active in more than one way; with spirits still haunting the grounds and buildings.
The Mystery of the Orpheum Theatre in Sioux Falls
The mystery of the theater goes all the way back to the discovery of a very old photo that definitely shouldn’t have been there.