This page is set up for those of you who have read my booklet on the Kindle and for anyone else who visits this site. My question at the end of the report was to ask you whether or not you believe in ghosts and to relate any experiences you may have had if you like.
I would also like to know if you would like more information as to celebrities who believe in ghosts or other famous people who believe in ghosts.
If you post it here and there is enough of you wanting more information, I’ll get down to work and do some more research and add another report as warranted.
Leave a comment. The comment section is for you and I am very interested in hearing your thoughts and experiences and interests in this subject.
When I started this web site, I had no idea how many people plan their vacations around visiting haunted places. Once I started getting some emails from folks, my eyes were opened.
One of the things you requested is more some spots where there are more haunted places in a relatively close area. So you plan a trip to Ohio and you look for haunted places in Ohio.
One of the things I want to do on this site, and have succeeded in doing in the book I wrote, is to investigate these hauntings and show some of the history behind them which helps explains why these hauntings are taking place. So it takes considerable time to write an article. It took a lot of time to write the book.
So many haunted places show up across the internet but without explanations or any verification. I hesitate to include them.
So my plan is to write separate ebooks along the way that will focus on a state. Ohio will likely be the first one I choose since I live here but I’ll add books as I go along. If you have an area you are interested in, put it in a comment and if there is an interest there, I’ll put it on my list of things to do.
The idea will be to have enough places with the history behind it that maybe putting in an occasional spot that people claim is haunted will work and if you are nearby, you can stop by if your interest peaks.
This is a long term project. But this site will continue to have haunted places added to it that I have been able to delve into.
Savannah Georgia was literally built over top of the dead. Between the battles and the plague and the like, there simply was no more room for people to be buried.
Now is there any wonder why this city is considered to be one of the most haunted places in the U.S.?
The Hampton Lillibridge House is thought by many to be the most haunted house in the country.
Read more about Haunted Savannah.
Maybe one of the most famous haunted places ever is Salem, Massachusetts. The infamous witch trials are a big part of our history.
It all began with two young girls whose actions convinced locals that, since they were examined by a physician and claimed healthy, witchcraft had to be involved.
As things spiraled out of control, people of all sorts were being accused of being witches and many were subsequently hanged.
Over 150 people were arrested and imprisoned, and there were a lot more who were accused but never formally pursued by the authorities. All 26 who went to trial before this court were convicted.
That’s a story in itself and a very interesting story that shows mass hysteria at it worse.
Read about the Haunting s in Salem as it is one of the most haunted places in the U.S. and probably my favorite.
You have the famous battle of Gettysburg, a 3 day battle that took an extraordinary amount of casualties. There was an awful lot of bloodshed so is it any wonder Gettysburg is considered one of the 10 most haunted places in America?
Not only that, but you can visit Gettysburg and stay at the actual hotels and inns which are said to be haunted. It’s shaken up quite a few visitors so you might want to think twice about that.
Read more about the Gettysburg Hauntings.