Category: Spooky Locations Around the Globe

We Were Surrounded By Dead Bodies and Felt Them Watching Us

“Here in japan, the entire culture is actively perpetuated by everyone’s ‘ancestors.’ Ive seen my fair share of old Japanese coots in places they shouldn’t be. But what really bugged me the most is when i went to Aokigahara forest, otherwise known as the forest of death. Me and a fellow Japanese friend took up a bet that we couldn’t stay a whole night in their alone. We took pink tape with us and marked […]

University of Notre Dame – Notre Dame, Indiana

“Win one for the Gipper” is a phrase that refers to the University of Notre Dame ghost George Gipp, a legendary ND football player. His ghost is reputed to haunt Washington Hall ever since he died from strep throat in December 1920. He manifests as night noises and footsteps, slamming doors, the sound of someone on the roof, and the feeling of being shoved. His apparition has been seen as well, sometimes giving a student […]

University of Tampa – Tampa, Florida

Onetime Tampa Bay Hotel servants are said to haunt the Science Wing. Witnesses have felt something watching them and had an eerie feeling. Apparitions have been seen all over campus; in fact, many people say quite a few ghosts abound in this university hall after hours. One of the most famous cases is Bessie, an actress who committed suicide after finding out her husband was cheating on her with another actress. She is said to […]

The Many Ghost of Consolation Church

The abandoned Oakey Street Methodist Church, better known as Consolation Church, is found in Red Level, Alabama and is allegedly home to a wide array of other-worldly visitors. According to legend, the church was forced to close its doors long ago due to the loud crying, whimpering, and screaming of ghosts. Female spirits would descend upon churchgoers promising death. The church is said to be a place where you can see hell hounds, banshees, and child ghosts. Confederate soldiers […]

The Burleson/MvEntire House

The Burleson/McEntire House is a former plantation that has been standing in Decatur, Alabama for over 170 years. The house has deep roots to the Civil War. The front columns are riddled with bullet holes from various battles and the Battle of Shiloh was planned within its walls. During the war, it was sometimes used as a hospital and soldiers often died in the house. Perhaps in part due to this violent history, the house has long been […]

Huggin’ Molly, Abbeville

For mothers wanting their children to hurry home at dark, the legend of the witch-like Huggin’ Molly was a helper. For children, she was downright frightening. Legend claims a phantom woman would appear to children, but only at night. She would squeeze them tightly, then scream in their ears. She never harmed them, other than perhaps causing some ringing in their ears. The figure was as much as 7 feet tall, wearing dark clothing and […]

Sally Carter’s grave, Huntsville

Anyone attending school in Huntsville through 1982 likely made a visit to Sally Carter’s grave. According to legend, Sally was a teenager visiting her sister Mary Ewing at Cedarhurst Mansion in 1837 when she was taken ill and died. She was buried in the family cemetery at the south Huntsville estate. Her headstone read: “My flesh shall slumber in the ground Till the last trumpet’s joyful sound Then burst the chains with sweet surprise And […]