Haunted places can be found all over the world. Whether it’s a castle, a house, a hospital, a house or some other location, haunted places are everywhere. Have you been to a haunted place? I know I have. It wasn’t a scary haunted place, but it was haunted nonetheless.
In this site, we will discuss many haunted locations all over the world. If you really want a truly creepy “haunted” experience, New Orleans is a great place to go. People say that New Orleans is by far the most unnervingly haunting place they have ever been.
Savannah is also a very haunted place to visit. Walk into any historic building or cemetery in Savannah and you may catch sight of ghostly presences surrounding you. Whether you’re a ghost hunter or a lover of ghost stories, you need to visit these Savannah spots to experience some serious paranormal activity.
Here are a few places we discuss:
This rural waterfall is said to be haunted by Nancy Dollar, known as Granny, who passed away in January 1931 when she was 108 years old. After her death, her beloved dog, Buster, was put to sleep and buried along side his master.
Originally built as a whorehouse in 1897, the Red Onion Saloon was moved to its present location in 1914. Located on the corner of 2nd & Broadway, the saloon is a two-story white building with dark trim and a storefront window.
Lucas Tavern is located in the Old North Hull Historic District – 310 N. Hull Street – in Montgomery, Alabama. Lucas Tavern served as a stop for travelers going east and west, a place for immigrants into the Old Southwest to stop and eat, spend the night and gain information about the road ahead.