Sure, you’ve heard of haunted houses and maybe even haunted hotels. But there are also some rather unexpected places that are supposedly haunted—and not just on Halloween.
It’s probably no surprise that one of the most haunted places in the country is in Charleston, South Carolina.
The Provost Dungeon has been around since 1781, when prisoners were forced to live in horrifying conditions.
And ever since it reopened as a museum in the 1960s, there have been reports of swinging lights and ghostly screams and cries.
Or how about a haunted hiking trail? In the Blue Ridge Parkway of Virginia, watch out if you’re hiking on the Appalachian trail toward Bluff Mountain, where the ghost of a 4-year-old toddler supposedly still lurks around.
Just outside of Washington, DC, the Gold Mine Trail in a National Historic Park is said to be haunted by spirits coming up from the old mine shaft.
And in New Orleans, considered one of the most haunted cities in America, there are actually reports of… a haunted golf course?
Yes, that’s right, the City Park Golf Course seems to have a ghost lingering around the 18th hole.
So unless you’re feeling brave, maybe it’s time to play a nine-hole round instead.
Learn more in our Haunted Hotels: Spooky Destinations All Year-Round.
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