Ghost Stories

Read the chilling tales of ghosts that are located in the National Parks throughout the United States

If you have additional information on any ghosts in your area, let us know! Leave a comment telling us more of the gory details. Also, if you have spotted any additional ghosts not mentioned here tell us about your encounters, it will help us on the hunt!

August 12, 2016

The Hull House’s Hellish Guest

The Hull House in Chicago was constructed by Charles J. Hull in 1856.  In 1889, Nobel Prize winner Jane Addams and Ellen Starr Gates took over […]
August 12, 2016

The Shadowy Silhouette on Stony Hollow Cliff

Deep in the heart of the corn belt lies Burlington, Iowa.  Burlington is located in the far South Eastern side of Iowa, and serves as the […]
August 16, 2016

Philly’s Phantom Bus to Nowhere

Many people in big cities are used to using public transit to get from place to place.  They are no stranger to waiting at bus stops […]
August 16, 2016

Paiute Legend at Pyramind Lake

Pyramid Lake is a geographic sink of Truckee River, located in Nevada, just northeast of Reno.  It was first inhabited by the proud nineteenth century Paiute […]
August 17, 2016

North Omaha Nights

North Omaha, Nebraska’s Hummel Park is often highlighted for its hiking, playgrounds, horseshoe pits, picnic shelters, disc golf, the Riverfront, the Missouri River Overlook, and the […]
August 17, 2016

Never Ending Party at the Palmer Hotel

Minnesota’s Palmer House Hotel is a historic hotel, originally hosting over thirty small rooms with a common bathroom.  It now boasts nineteen additional suites and rooms. […]
August 17, 2016

Sleeping Bear’s Sleeping Beauty

Michigan, part of the Great Lakes of the United States is the famed seat of the auto industry and the headquarters of the Motown record company. […]
August 18, 2016

Staten Island’s Signature Murder

New York’s Staten Island is well known for its museums, landmarks, beaches, and parks.  Many visitors travel to New York each year to take the Staten […]
August 18, 2016

Portland’s Terrifying Portals

Portland is Oregon’s largest city and got its greatest boom in population due to the Oregon Trail.  The water access helped develop the city as a […]
August 19, 2016

New Orleans’ New Resident

Algiers is one of the oldest neighborhood in New Orleans, Louisiana.  The ward is on the National Register of Historic Places since 1978 and a designated […]
August 23, 2016

No Snores at Chateau de Mores

A French aristocrat and entrepreneur, Marquis de Mores built the Chateau de Mores in 1883 to serve as a hunting lodge and Summer house for him […]
August 23, 2016

Dead Man Walking? Meet Dead Woman Crossing

Dead Woman Crossing is located in a small, unincorporated community on Deer Creek, in Custer County Oklahoma.  The town only has about one hundred people on […]
August 23, 2016

Misfortunes of a Maine Maiden

Camden Hills State Park overlooks the Penobscot Bay in Camden, Maine.  The park was created in the 1930s by the National Park Service.  Stretching over five […]
August 24, 2016

Ghostly Greyhounds and Haunted Hibbing

The Greyhound Bus Museum was established in 1989 in Hibbing, Minnesota.  Hibbing is the birth place of the American bus industry.  Minnesota hosted the first bus […]
August 24, 2016

Might Want to Axe These Vacation Plans

On 92 Second Street in Fall River, Massachusetts lies an innocent enough looking home.  The Victorian style home was built in 1845 by Charles C. Trafton. […]