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.
Category: Historic Sites
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.
The Spirit of Annabel Lee at the Unitarian Church Cemetery in Charleston
Some say the woman Edgar Allen Poe wrote about in his famous poem, Annabel Lee, may be buried at this cemetery
The Star Crossed Lovers of Duke Mansion in North Carolina
One story about the Duke Mansion stands above the rest, however, possibly proving that love continues into the unknown after death.
Healing Springs and Spirits of the Hotel Colorado
Make sure to ask for room 661 if you want a little more excitement during your stay.
The Wild Ghosts of Tombstone, AZ
Don’t forget to stop at Boot Hill Cemetery, where some of the graves are fictitious, but the spirits caught on camera within the fences are certainly anything but.
Faceless Ghosts at the Eagle Harbor Lighthouse in Michigan
In the most infamous sighting, one keeper working in the 1970s claimed to see a man, dressed in warm flannel, but missing his face.
Cowboy Ghosts at Gasdsen Hotel in Arizona
The Gadsden hotel has stood as a historic reminder of Arizona’s rough and tumble past.
Mary Todd Lincoln and the Equinox Resort in Vermont
From presidents to first ladies, let’s explore the haunted history of this resort in Vermont that Mary Todd Lincoln loved so much, she may still be there in spirit form.
Flying Books and the Gray Lady of Willard Public Library
Keep an eye out for books flying off the shelves and an extra passenger on your elevator ride. The Gray Lady is certainly not shy.