Ghouls Trip

Ghouls Trip is your haunted destination travel blog for America’s spookiest locations! Join us two Ghouls, Ivy and Hannah, on our paranormal road trip across the states! (Because of Covid, we are not traveling far at the moment for our safety + yours!)

On our Blog we cover everything from the smallest of cemeteries you’ve never heard of, to world-famous haunted locations. (We even investigate them ourselves when possible!) Our goal is to eventually cover haunted locations in each state, and act as your own one-stop-shop for all of your spooky travel + investigative needs. Simply click on the Menu and look for your state in our State List!

Official Ghouls Trip map of the states we have covered locations in so far!

Do you have a haunted location in your state you would like us to write about, or haunted location you would like to share? Feel free to Contact Us!

We hope you join us for our Ghouls Trip!

King’s Chapel Burying Ground (Haunted Hike Part Two)

This is part two of a two-part series about another haunted hike I took part in a couple of years ago! The first stop was the Copp’s Hill Burying Ground… History: Located in Boston, Massachusetts is the beautiful and historic King’s Chapel, and a burying ground located just outside. The original Kings Chapel was constructed […]

Sinking Springs Cemetery

History: Located in Abington Virginia, the Sinking Spring Cemetery was established in 1773 as a burial ground by Presbyterian Church. As this cemetery was created for members of the Presbyterian Church, the Reverend, Charles Cummings, also had a log cabin house built on the 11 acres of cemetery land. Separated by Russel Road, there is […]

Copp’s Hill Burying Ground (Haunted Hike Part One)

This is part one of a two-part series about another haunted hike I took part in a couple of years ago! The first stop is the Copp’s Hill Burying Ground… History: The Copp’s Hill Burying Ground in Boston, Massachusetts was founded on February 20, 1659 and is the second oldest cemetery in Boston! It was […]

Alma Cemetery

History: Located in Alma, Kansas is the Alma Cemetery. Alma is a very small town, with the 2010 census only listing 832 residents. This cemetery is somewhat of a hidden local gem, with not a lot of people outside of the immediate area ever hearing about it. Haunted History: Alma Cemetery is home to a […]

The Chimneys

History: The Chimneys, located in Fredericksburg Virginia, this historic house was built between the years 1771-1773, named after the stone chimneys at either end of the building. It was not documented who exactly owned The Chimneys, but it was designed by Charles Yates and constructed by John Glassell who was a local merchant coming from […]

McInteer Villa

History: Located at 1301 Kansas Avenue in Atchison, Kansas is the famously haunted McInteer Villa. John McInteer was born in 1827 in Ireland and immigrated to the United States alone when he was just a boy. He moved to Kansas in the early 1860s and went on to manufacture harnesses and saddles that he sold […]