Haunted places near me: Ghost Stories Around the U.S.A.
Do you believe in ghosts? Whether or not you answer yes to this question, it’s likely you get a kick out of a riding adventure. There’s nothing like a good, long ride to someplace new and interesting. Am I right?
‘Tis the season to be spooky! In the spirit of all things Halloween, here is your list of legendary, historical, and haunted places in the USA. So, let's get ready to make the rides and see the sights... if you dare...
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The family that owned the land and for who Dudleytown was named, for lack of a better term, was cursed. Back in England in 1510, an ancestor with the last name Dudley was beheaded for plotting to overthrow King Henry VII. At that time, a curse was placed on the family stating that all of the Dudley descendants would be surrounded by horror and death. The Dudley family did indeed have a pretty bad run of luck for the next couple hundred years, and it historical evidence reflects that it followed them from England to France, and finally, to America.
Gulf Shores, AL
Fort Morgan, as it is known today, is a bastion fort at the mouth of Mobile Bay that was built in 1834. The fort was well-used and took heavy fire during the Battle of Mobile Bay in August 1864, and was used off-and-on until WWII. Legends say that the ghost of a man who hanged himself in the barracks before WWI haunts the fort, and you can still hear the screams and cries of Confederate and British soldiers long-dead.
Rumor has it that the workers threw Slag into the furnace, but no one knows for sure. Since then, workers and supervisors have reported being harassed by a ghostly, burned man who screams to “get back to work” or “push more steel.”
The Lost Dutchman Mine
Walz never disclosed the location of his mine, and it remains a mystery to this day. When other hopefuls went to search for themselves, they all vanished without a trace, lost their minds, or turned up dead. Walz was undoubtedly responsible for most of the murders, as he’s suspected to have been protecting his stake, but when the Peralta Massacre occurred and hundreds were found murdered, some had to wonder how such things could be done by one man. Some believe that Walz himself perished in the mountains, and the murderous ghost of the Dutchman continues to protect his claim.
Emma of Red Mountain
Bobby Mackey’s Music World
Robert the Doll
This hallowed ground in Maryland has seen massive amounts of bloodshed and terror, and visitors often describe feelings of sorrow and grief overwhelming them. The sound of shouts, cries, moans, and rifle fire have been heard, and the thundering of phantom horse hooves are common occurrences. Perhaps these are the residual feelings of those soldiers who lost their lives here, but the long-ago battle seems to be raging on for those souls who remain.
Moon River Brewing Company
The Witch City