Join us on our Ghouls Trip as we travel to America’s most haunted places!

  • 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… […]
  • 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 […]
  • 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… […]
  • 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 […]
  • 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 […]
  • 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 […]
  • The Lord Baltimore Hotel
    History: Located at 20 West Baltimore Street in Maryland, the Lord Baltimore Hotel was designed by William Lee Stoddart in 1928. During this time, it was the era of the […]
  • Sauer Castle
    History Located at 935 Shawnee Road in Kansas City, Kansas is the historic Sauer Castle. This 19th century Italian-style mansion was built for Anton Sauer, his wife Maria, and their […]
  • Sunken Hill Battlefield
    History: Located in Fredericksburg Virginia at Sunken Road, The Battle of Fredericksburg was fought on December 11-15, 1862. This battle marked another unsuccessful attempt by the Union army to move […]
  • Museum of Death (Hollywood)
    History: Located on Hollywood Boulevard in Hollywood, Los Angeles, California is the famous Museum of Death! This macabre museum was established in June of 1995 by J. D. Healy and […]
  • Alcatraz Prison
    History: Located in the San Francisco Bay in California, the small island of Alcatraz was developed with various facilities such as a lighthouse, military prison, and federal prison from 1934 […]
  • Pittock Mansion (Haunted Hike Part Two)
    This is part two of a two-part series about a haunted hike I put together a couple of years ago! The first stop was the Witches Castle, next is the […]
  • Salem Part #1: The Lyceum and Old Burying Point Cemetery
    History: The Salem Witch trials occurred in 1692 in Salem, Massachusetts. During this time, more than 200 people were accused of being a witch and many were given a death […]
  • Witches Castle (Haunted Hike Part One)
    This is part one of a two-part series about a haunted hike I put together a couple of years ago! The first stop was the Witches Castle… History: Located on […]
  • The Shanghai Tunnels
    History: Located in Portland, Oregon are the infamous Shanghai Tunnels, also referred to as the Old Portland Underground. These tunnels connected the Old Town, a.k.a. Chinatown, to the central downtown […]
  • Chancellor Virginia 1900’s Four-Room Schoolhouse
    This blog post is a little different than the others; this is a private residential house that I investigated on Halloween. My friend Tempest recently moved into this old home […]
  • Alexander Majors House (and Barn)
    History: Located at 8201 State Line Rd in Kansas City, Missouri is the historical Alexander Majors House. This lovely antebellum house was built in 1856 for the family of Alexander […]
  • St. Albans Sanatorium
    History: Located in Radford Virginia, St. Albans Sanatorium was first built and used as a private preparatory high school for boys in 1892 by Professor George W. Miles. Miles envisioned […]
  • The Ha Ha Tonka Castle Ruins
    History: The lovely stone “castle” ruins at the Ha Ha Tonka State Park in Camden County, Missouri are one of the Midwest’s favorite travel spots and its name comes from […]
  • Graffiti House
    History: Located in Brandy Station Virginia, the Graffiti House was constructed in 1858 by James Barbour and is one of the only remaining structures that was built before the American […]
  • Union Cemetery
    History: Located at 227 East 28th Terrace in Kansas City, Missouri is the beautiful and historic Union Cemetery. It is the oldest public cemetery in the Kansas City area, holding […]
  • Bunny Man Bridge
    History: Located in Fairfax Virginia, the Bunny Man Bridge is an urban legend that began in the 1970 with several different variations of the tale. This bridge located at 6497 […]
  • Glore Psychiatric Museum
    History: Located in St. Joseph, Missouri is the award winning Glore Psychiatric Museum. Named after George Glore, this museum houses over 10,000 items for visitors to view.  George Glore was […]
  • Weems-Botts Museum
    History: Located at 3944 Cameron Street in Dumfries Virginia, the Weems-Botts House has been a historical landmark since the 1700’s. Built in 1749, this house was originally built to serve […]
  • Stull Cemetery
    History: Located in Lecompton, Kansas is the legendary Stull Cemetery. Prior to being named Stull, this area of land was referred to as Deer Creek and was founded by Pennsylvanian […]
  • Hollywood Cemetery
    History: Named for the holly trees that grow on the land, Hollywood Cemetery is located at 413 S Cherry Street in Richmond, Virginia. While being established in 1847, the cemetery […]
  • The Sallie House
    History: Located at 508 N 2nd Street in Atchison, Kansas is the infamous Sallie House. This house was built in 1867 by the Finney family, who occupied the home until […]

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