Category Archives: Haunted Travels

Kennecott’s ramshackle ghost town is a mining town abruptly abandoned in 1938 when the copper mines shut down. It’s now a part of Wrangell-St. Elias National Park, the largest national park in the country. To get there, visitors drive 60 … Continue reading

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Many thoroughfares are associated with local legends, but this Chicago-area road is known for so many uncanny events that it frequently turns up on lists of the scariest roads in America. Drivers on Archer Avenue say they’ve seen ghoulish monks, … Continue reading

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In the tiny, rural town of Hawk Point (population around 700) stands an innocuous tunnel. To get there from Warrenton, take Highway 47 to the four-way crossing and turn left. Take this curvy road until you see a vast cornfield and … Continue reading

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Dear Reader, I suggest every day, and especially when visiting haunted sites, put on the full armor of God (Ephesians 6:11) Lighthouse fans know it’s not unusual for these beacons of light to come with dark stories. St. Augustine, Florida, has … Continue reading

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Dear Reader, I suggest every day, and especially when visiting haunted sites, put on the full armor of God (Ephesians 6:11) I think we can all agree that New England has some beautiful structures and fantastic scenery. The leaves in autumn … Continue reading

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