This ghost town in Washington is a popular place to visit, with remarkably well preserved buildings and artifacts left behind that make the difficult trip to get to the Monte Cristo Ghost Town worth the hike.
Author: Deborah Cobb
Bagpipe-Playing Spirits of the Eugene Pioneer Cemetery
Some claim to have seen the bagpipe player, dressed in full Scottish regalia, and watched him disappear into the night in front of their eyes.
The Tale of Fannie and the Van Gilder Hotel in Alaska
The stories about Fannie’s untimely death spread quickly throughout the sleepy Alaskan town.
The Ringing Bells of the Franklin Hotel in Iowa
Would you be frightened if you woke up and the furniture in your comfortable hotel room had been rearranged while you were sleeping?
The Gray Man of Pawleys Island, South Carolina
If you saw the Gray Man, would you take it as a warning like the locals do?
Drunk Spirits at the Jean Bonnet Tavern in Pennsylvania
Maybe the ghosts of the Jean Bonnet Tavern help make it feel a little more like home, just a haunted home.
Cyanide and Love Letters at the Allen House in Arkansas
Today, we’re exploring a story about love letters, cyanide, and grief with the Allen House in Monticello, Arkansas.
Reformed Ghosts at Preston Castle in California
Imposing in the romanesque architectural style, which it should be noted has been used for some of the most famous prisons in the turn of the century.
Lakeside Ghosts at the Terrace Inn and 1911 Restaurant in Michigan
If you ask at the front desk to see the “Ghost Files,” the employee might pull out the giant folder stuffed to the brim and containing various experiences guests and employees have experienced.
The Haunted Balcony of the Woodstock Opera House
Today, we’re exploring the unique haunting of the Woodstock Opera House in Illinois, and the ghostly patron that never misses a show.