When asked why he would build his hotel in Alaska, the owner said in response,”You wouldn’t put an igloo hotel in Kansas or Egypt, would you?”
Category: Abandoned Places
The Devil in the Tower in New Jersey
The tower gained its name from the surrounding populace due to more legends saying that driving or walking backwards around the tower could summon ghosts or demons.
Avalanche Specters in the Cascade Tunnel in Washington
We’re looking into an incident where the snow on the mountain turned deadly and killed nearly 100 people on their way to the next destination by train.
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.
Fires, Floods, and Avalanches at the Monte Cristo Ghost Town
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.
Capital Apparitions in Old Cahawba, Alabama
From a 1500s destruction of the former town, to a bustling state capital, and finally, an archeological site lending more knowledge about the tribes who called it home before colonization.
The Urban Legend of the Hookman at Tillet Cemetery, Indiana.
Keep vigilant if you’re going to visit, and maybe keep the amorous activity to a minimum on Lover’s Land in Peru, Indiana.
Abandoned Apparitions at the Summerwind Mansion
Today, we’re covering a house on the shores of West Bay Lake that’s haunting reputation followed it even into disrepair and ruin, with a hefty side of alleged arson.
The Curse of the Great Saltair and the Salt Lake
With three iterations of the famous resort, there’s more than few reasons to believe the building is cursed.
Ghost to Coast: Lake Shawnee Amusement Park in West Virginia
After its final closing in 1988 with one final summer in operation, the park was closed for good and almost immediately became a popular spot for urban exploring and paranormal investigations.