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.
The Ghost Ship of the U.S.S. Wisconsin in Virginia
With enough firepower to destroy a mountain, the U.S.S Wisconsin has a much more peaceful environment now than it did during wartime.
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.
Confederate Spirits at the Octagon Hall
Used once as a confederate hospital during the Civil War, this uniquely shaped home in Kentucky never seemed to let go of the soldiers who passed within its walls.
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.
Ghost to Coast: The Martha Washington Inn and Spa in Virginia
Named for our very first First Lady, this hotel has some secrets of its own behind the front doors.
Ghost to Coast: Hotel Bethlehem in Pennsylvania
Celebrating its 100 year anniversary, the Hotel Bethlehem has been a fixture in the Bethlehem, Pennsylvania historic district for even longer. Tragic events and tales […]
Ghost to Coast: The Devil’s Tree in New Jersey
Cutting down a tree is a sad affair. It’s likely stood there longer than your own lifespan, with a thick trunk and gnarled branches reaching […]
Ghost to Coast: Maryland’s Jericho Covered Bridge
You might see those bodies swinging from the bridge if you’re not careful, or if you’re seeking a thrill. Just don’t say we didn’t warn you of the paranormal activity you might experience if you cross the bridge at night.
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.”