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The Myrtles Plantation

St. Francisville, Louisiana

THE MYRTLES PLANTATION GHOSTS

By Ronald Wolf

 

   There is a place or plantation which is so full of history, legends and of course ghosts that I can only scratch the surface in this column.

   Hand prints in the mirrors, footsteps on the stairs, mysterious smells, and vanishing objects, death by poison, hangings, murder and gunfire are all part of the norm. No it isn’t scenes from a soap opera, it’s the Myrtles Plantation located west Feliciana town of St. Francisville, Louisiana.

   The original owner, David Bradford (1760-?), had his run-ins with the good and bad aspects of society. Even President George Washington had a price tag on his head but Bradford never started off that way in the America so young.

    Bradford was born in America to Irish immigrants and was one of five children. He became a successful attorney, businessman and Deputy Attorney General for the county. Why did Bradford leave his family and thriving business behind? We do know that he became involved in the infamous Whiskey Rebellion and legend has it that Washington placed a price on the man’s head for his role in the affair.

    President John Adams would later pardon Bradford in 1799. The Whiskey Rebellion took place in western Pennsylvania and really began as a series of grievances over high prices and taxes forced on those living along the frontier at that time. In later years Bradford had such a rich and adventurous life that it would make the perfect miniseries for TV.

   Over the years books were written about the place and TV shows were produced at the plantation.

   Like I stated, legends are a huge part of the plantation. According to one legend, three Union soldiers were killed in the house after they broke in and attempted to loot the place. It was here that they were shot and died. Legend has it that they left bloodstains on the floor and no matter how hard maids scrubbed the stains, they simply wouldn’t get cleaned.

   Hester Eby, director of tours, has been an employee and a witness to the paranormal at the plantation for over 20 years.

   She explained that one of her paranormal experiences happened on a normal day. Or so it would seem.

   I was getting ready to greet the guests. I saw a couple get out of their car but the man was way ahead of his wife and their little girl dressed in a pink and white dress, said Eby.

   “She was right on her mother’s heel like she was playing. When the woman came in the little girl was not there. I knew I saw the girl there was no way the girl could have left so quickly.”

    As Hest closed the front door she heard a child’s voice saying “hello there.”  

   “She started giggling from the end of the porch way. No one was on the grounds at all. We have a few neighbors but they’re at a very good distance and their children are off to college.”

   There are many places at the plantation where Eby has experienced paranormal activity.

In the lady’s parlor, behind the couch, her clothes felt like it was being tugged on.

   “The way a child would do if they wanted to tell you something and you’re talking to someone else,” explained Eby.

   “The first time it happened I thought I had caught my clothes in something and thought nothing of it. It happened a couple more times and thought this was kind of strange. The experience was real. I could feel their (child’s spirits) little fingers.”

   “I had a lot of things happen and these things are just to let you know that they (spirits) are around.”

   “I had my name called before,” said Eby.

  The spirits would pick up on the voice they would like so you think it would be a co-worker, she said. It happened to us so much that if that person who called us is busy in what they are doing that we just forget about the incident and we just go on. The spirits also do that to guests as well. A lot of the time the guest would ask if they were being called.

   “It happens all the time.”

   She admits she has scared herself before. “The only time I was concerned, very much so was when I was upstairs early one morning turning off lights that we thought we turned off the night before.”

   As she was walking from one wing of the house to the next she heard very heavy footsteps walking behind her.

   “It sounded as if someone had boots on and they were walking behind me.”

    When she stopped, the footsteps would stop. The minute she started walking the footsteps would begin again. The footsteps stopped when she walked backwards down the stairs so she could keep an eye on what was behind her.

   “I guess they thought I was going to hurt myself and it (footsteps) stopped completely.”

 Eby is very excited to be part of the plantation. “It s beautiful, it’s old, it is haunted. It is a peaceful place. It is very exciting. We label the place a home of beauty and intrigue.”

 The plantation has tours every week. A mystery tour is held twice a week and a historical tour every day.

   “We have a little bit for everyone,” said Eby.

 

ABOUT RONALD WOLF

Ronal Wolf

Ronald Wolf is a college graduate of a renowned journalism program at Niagara College in Welland, Ontario. He has been published in numerous newspapers and magazines in three different countries.

  He is a former newspaper owner who specializes in photography and writing. Historical research, research of the occult and interview skills make Wolf a natural writer of the paranormal.

 His voyage into the supernatural started in the 5th grade when he read his first Hans Holzer book. Wolf presently writes a weekly column entitled Things That Go Bump in a Canadian Night.     

He presently resides in northwestern,  Ontario Canada. He has an active website at http://www.flickr.com/photos/22025727@N04/ where he posts his previous and active works of journalism and videography including the paranormal. If you would like to contact him please do so at rwolf65@hotmail.com.

MYRTLES PLANTATION HOUSE

THE MYRTLES PLANTATION A VERY HAUNTED HOUSE IN LOUISIANA!

The saga of the Antebellum South and a lifestyle that will be forgotten lives on at The Myrtles Plantation, a 205-year-old home that is listed on the National Register of Historic Places. A first glimpse of the home with its magnificent double dormers and lacy grillwork of the 125-foot-long front veranda envelops one with a complete sense of peace and tranquility.

 

The Myrtles Plantation,circa 1796
"One of America's Most Haunted Homes"

Saint Francisville is located in West Feliciana Parish Louisiana. A small town on the Mississippi River. Once the Capital of the Republic of West Florida, it is here that John James Audubon (Birds of America Collection) created over 80 of his beautiful watercolors. There are seven Magnificent Plantation homes opened for public tours. And The Myrtyles Plantation is the one you would not want to miss. And with all the recent investigations by TAPS is now fast becoming the most famous ghost filled haunted house in America.

Exploring the myrtles you will see grand fine antiques and architectural treasures of the old South and you personally might discover why The Myrtles has been called "America's Most Haunted Homes".

"The actual haunting hour at the Myrtles Plantation is said to be at three AM.

At that exact hour each dark night, Chloe's restless ghost roams the great dark haunted plantation,

The Myrtles isn't an ordinary plantation. It's supposed to be one of the most haunted houses in America. "

"Whiskey Dave" Bradford--former leader of the whiskey rebellion-- built the great haunted house on a Tunica Indian burial ground in 1794. He was actually the very first to see a ghost at the Myrtles Plantation, a naked Indian girl wandering lost on the grounds is what he is said to have observed. But Many of the locals state it is Bradford's' many ghostly children and grandchildren that haunt the Myrtles today.

Sara Matilda, Bradford's' daughter, married Judge Woodruff. Woodruff was said to have kept a slave mistress named Chloe or so the haunted tale goes....

When Woodruff grew tired of Chloe, and she was afraid she would be sent to the fields she is said to have started eavesdropping on him to learn of her future fate.

When Woodruff caught her, he cut off her left ear and sent her to work in the kitchen. From then on, Chloe wore a green turban to hide her disfigurement. She devised a plan to regain the affection of him and the family. She boiled poisonous oleander leaves and baked them into a cake.

 

IS THIS A REAL GHOST AT THE MYRTLES PLANTATION? Ghost Photo from Dean Johnson.

Chloe believed the children would become ill and need her to nurse them back to health. But she used too much. Sara Matilda and two of the children died that night from the poison.

When the other slaves heard about Chloe's actions, they hung her from a tree. They then weighted her body with stones and threw her into the Mississippi river.

Chloe still wanders the house and grounds of the Myrtles Plantation. She sometimes shows up in photos. The Woodruff children are also heard playing and laughing on the veranda on rainy nights.

The Chloe story is the most popular haunting tale at the Myrtles, but many more people met their untimely demise on the premises and can be seen and heard wandering.

A Civil War soldier died on the floor near the front door from battle wounds. He was an avid cigar smoker who stayed at the house before his death. The smell of cigars sometimes fills his room. ( And smoking isn't allowed at the Myrtles...)

William Winter was said to have died on the 17th step of the staircase after a mysterious man shot him through the study window in 1871.

The steps heard on the stairs in the middle of the night are attributed to him. Those who count claim the footsteps stop at the seventeenth step.

Another young girl died of yellow fever in one of the upstairs bedrooms. Her parents called on a voodoo priestess to help her, after all traditional medicines had failed. When the little girl died, the parents hung the priestess from the chandelier.

In 1927, the caretaker was murdered during a robbery attempt. The owners claim that he can sometimes be seen at the plantation gates telling people to leave.

The Myrtles is now a bed and breakfast, so guests can stay in these rooms and see if the ghosts come out and play. The proprietors, John and Teeta Moss, claim that the Best Western loves the Myrtles, because so many guests get spooked in the middle of the night and run to the other hotel.

Whether you believe in ghosts or not, it's fun to be scared. This house has a creepy vibe. Bursts of cold air come from nowhere. Former owners have had church stained glass installed in the front doors to keep out the evil spirits. Also, the keyholes of every door have a small cover over them. In the nineteenth century, people thought ghosts came into a house through its keyholes, and these covers were designed to keep them out.

People also believed that the ghosts would hide in the corners until nighttime, when they would come out to pester the living. The Myrtles contains custom plaster work nun and cherub charms specially designed to keep the spirits away from the corners. Every resident has painstakingly tried to protect himself from wandering spirits.

Ghosts or not, everyone who has owned the property has either seen ghosts, has turned into a ghost, or tried to keep the ghosts away. Mysterious figures and spheres often show up in ghost photos.

THE MYRTLES HAUNTED MIRROR.

The Myrtles has been featured in New York Times, Forbes, Gourmet, Veranda, Travel and Leisure, Country Inns, Colonial Homes, Delta SKY, and on the Oprah Show, A & E, The History Channel, The Travel Channel, The Learning Channel, National Geographic Explorer, and GOOD MORNING AMERICA. It was also featured in The Hauntings of Louisiana. And recentlyon the Sci-fi chanal Ghost Hunters show featured by TAPS.

Historical tours are conducted daily from 9am - 5pm.
Mystery tours are conducted on Friday and Saturday evenings.
All bed and breakfast reservations include a complimentary tour of this National Historic Register home filled with hand painted stained glass, open pierced plaster frieze work, Aubusson tapestries, Baccarat crystal chandeliers, Carrera marble mantles and gold leafed French furnishings. Guided tours include the history, the architectural significance, and the enchanting stories of mystery and intrigue.

Relax in the giant rockers on the 120-foot verandah or stroll through the lush ten acres filled with majestic live oaks. The 5000 square foot old brick courtyard is the perfect place to unwind before enjoying a delicious candlelight dinner at our Carriage House Restaurant.

Located in the Legendary Plantation Country on U.S. Highway 61, 30 miles North of Baton Rouge between New Orleans, Louisiana and Natchez, Mississippi.

 

 

The Myrtles Plantation: The True Story of America's Most Haunted House 

Broken clocks tick...beds rise in the air...paintings fly across the room...locked doors fling open...crystal chandeliers shake...heavy footsteps and eerie piano music sound in the dead of night-and that's just for starters. Welcome to the Myrtles Long recognized as America's most haunted house both by parapsychologists and the media, The Myrtles is a twenty-eight-room Louisiana bed-and-breakfast once owned by Frances Kermeen. In this spine-tingling chronicle, Frances tells the story of how she was drawn to this former plantation mansion, its bone-chilling history, and the incredible encounters of the ghostly kind she had that forever changed her beliefs about the supernatural-and just may change yours. Along with the sometimes terrifying, sometimes benevolent hauntings, her years at The Myrtles also brought death threats from the Ku Klux Klan, the tragic loss of friends, a catastrophic betrayal, and other personal challenges. They would all converge with the paranormal phenomena around her into one cataclysmic event...

 

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The Myrtles Plantation, circa 1796, invites you to step into the past to ... Click angel for the General Bradford Gift Shop at the Myrtles Plantation. ...

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GHOST HUNTERS Myrtle's Plantation
Episode Number: 11 Season Num: 2 First Aired: Wednesday July 27, 2005 Prod Code: 201Originally aired: Wednesday July 27, 2005 on SciFi
Show Stars: Paula Donovan (Herself - Research & Development), Steve Gonsalves (Himself - Technical Advisor and Evidence Analyst), Donna LaCroix (Herself - Case Manager), Brian Harnois (Himself - Technical Advisor and Case Manager), Kristyn Gartland (Herself - Field Researcher), Jason Hawes (Himself - Founder of TAPS and Lead Investigator), Grant Wilson (II) (Himself - Co-Founder of TAPS and Lead Investigator)
Production Code: 201

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Myrtles Plantation
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Myrtles Plantation Bed and Breakfast - HauntedHouses.com.

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Amazon.com: The Myrtles Plantation : The True Story of America's Most Haunted House: Books: Frances Kermeen by Frances Kermeen.

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Plantation Homes Near New Orleans


Madewood Plantation
Madewood Plantation, one of Louisiana's majestic antebellum plantations, operates a Bed and Breakfast, allowing visitors to sleep in the plantation home on genuine antiques. Open for tours daily:

10 a.m. - 4:30 p.m.(last tour).
For information, please call 1-800-375-7151, daily from 9 a.m. to 5 p.m., or write to us at 4250 Hwy. 308, Napoleonville, LA 70390.
Our fax # is 985-369-9848. Official Web Site www.madewood.com

Oak Alley Plantation
Truly the quintessential Greek Revival Antebellum Plantation, it is one of the most visited of the plantations and antebellum homes along the river. Oak Alley Plantation, Restaurant & Inn
3645 Highway 18 (Great River Road) •- Vacherie, Louisiana USA 70090
Phone: (225) 265-2151 or 1-800-44ALLEY •Fax: (225) 265-7035
E-mail: ContactUs@OakAlleyPlantation.com

Official Web Site www.oakalleyplantation.com

Nottoway Plantation Home
Nottoway Plantation is a great bed & breakfast, and its grand white ballroom is a favorite for weddings. At the edge of sugar cane fields, Nottoway stands overlooking the Mississippi River. This enormous mansion, completed in 1859, reflects an unusual combination. Greek revival architectural elements blend with innovations that were the fanciful desires of the original owner. Not only is the floor plan irregular, but the house contained many elements that were innovative and rare in the mid-19th century, such as indoor plumbing and hot and cold running water.


Today Nottoway is open daily to the public.
Take a guided tour, stay overnight, have dinner,
perhaps even get married in this magnificent plantation!

Official Web Site www.nottoway.com

Beauregard House at Chalmette Battlefield
Site of the Battle of New Orleans in 1814–1815, (the last battle of the War of 1812), the Civil War Chalmette National Cemetery, and Beauregard House.

Also located on the Chalmette Battlefield grounds, and serving as a museum and visitor center, is the Beauregard House. Beauregard House was never used as a plantation, and was built in 1830. It is named for René Beauregard, its last owner, the son of the Civil War Confederate General, P. G. T. Beauregard (whose monument is at the entrance to City Park, at the north end of Esplanade Avenue). While many visitors arrive by automobile, many also arrive by riverboat, the Chalmette Battlefield being part of the tour.

Destrehan Plantation

Destrehan Plantation was built in 1787, originally of West Indies architecture, but later renovated to the then popular Greek Revival Style. It is the oldest documented plantation house left intact in the lower Mississippi Valley.

The plantation bears the name of its builder, Jean Noel Destrehan, who acquired the estate from his father-in-law, Robin de Longy. It was here that the process of producing granulated sugar was perfected, and helped to establish sugar cane as the major crop of the area, replacing indigo. After years of neglect, restoration is now continuing. Today, the house is open for guided tours, and is available for dinner parties, wedding receptions and special events.

Destrehan Plantation
13034 River Road
Destrehan, Louisiana 70047

Phone: (985) 764-9315 (Local from New Orleans)
Fax: (985) 725-1929 E-mail: DestPlan@aol.com

 

Ormond Plantations
Two historic Antebellum Plantation Homes within 30 minutes of New Orleans are Destrehan and Ormond Plantations.

Claiming to be the oldest French West Indies style plantation in the lower Mississippi valley, Ormond was also built in the late 1700's. Like most of the early plantations of the area, it began as a farm for indigo, but later switched to the more profitable sugar cane crop.


Originally acquired as a French land grant, the plantation stretched from the Mississippi River to Lake Pontchartrain. During its long history, it was the focal point for parties and celebrations, a prize to be captured during the Civil War, makeshift housing for troops heading to the Battle of New Orleans, and more.

Today the estate is but a mere 16 acres, but is restored, as closely as possible, to the way it was during its prime. It is privately owned, and the owner lives in the house. Several rooms are available to guests as a Bed and Breakfast, allowing visitors to savor the atmosphere of the 19th century, with a view of the mighty Mississippi River from the upper gallery. It is becoming quite a popular place to have weddings and honeymoons. For added intrigue, Ormond, also, has its own ghost story. Listed on the National Register of Historic Places, Circa 1787
13786 River Road, Destrehan, Louisiana 70047
Phone 985-764-8544 | Fax 985-764-0691 or info@plantation.com

www.plantation.com

Laura Plantation Home
Laura, a French Creole Plantation Home, claims to be the American Home of Br'er Rabbit. Despite a devastating fire on August 9, 2004, Laura Plantation has continued to offer visitors
what Lonely Planet calls "The Best History Tour in the U.S."
The morning following the fire, guests continued to come. And they still do.

Laura Plantation
2247 Hwy 18
Vacherie, LA 70090

tel: 225 265 7690 / fax: 225 265 7960
info@lauraplantation.com www.lauraplantation.com

 

La Branche Plantation Dependency House
La Branche Plantation Dependency House on the River Road in St. Rose, LA is what we call a Garconniere.

La Branche Plantation Dependency House, on the River Road in St. Rose, LA, is an interesting stop on the Southeastern Louisiana Plantation tour, because it is a visit to a plantation home that no longer exists. All that remains is the Dependency House, which had a function that is pretty much what the name implies. It is what we usually call a Garconniere (French for bachelor quarters). La Branche is now listed on the National Register of Historic Places.

The Zweig family, of Germany, built the plantation in 1792. Because of neglect, the effects of the Civil War, the economics during and after Reconstruction, and the division of the property among heirs, there is little left to indicate what was once there, save for "an alley" of Oaks. The site of the main house is on private land, and is not accessible to anyone, without the permission of the owners. The Dependency House is on land currently owned by the Lentini family, and is open to the public. Included in the inventory is the actual bathtub of Zachery Taylor.

www.labrancheplantation.com

Houmas House Plantation
One of the most visited Antebellum Plantation Homes near New Orleans. It was used as the filming location for the film "Hush, Hush, Sweet Charolette," starring Bette Davis.

Not only do tourists come by the busloads, but locals may make the drive to spend a couple of hours on the grounds, followed by lunch in nearby restaurants, before returning home. Houmas is a home with the architectural style that most people envision when they think of the old plantations. It was used as the filming location for the film "Hush, Hush, Sweet Charolette," starring Bette Davis.

Located in the small river community of Darrow, LA, it sits on a few acres on the Mississippi River, much smaller than the 20,000 acres that it once had. The present Houmas House was built in 1840 by Col. John Smith Preston, on land originally owned by the Houmas Indians, hence the name.

www.houmashouse.com

 

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TOP TEN MOST HAUNTED WEB SITES ON THE INTERNET

Many haunted web sites on the internet claim to be the most haunted. Our visitors have chosen the Top Ten Most haunted and scariest Sites on the web. Did your Favorite haunted internet Site make the cut?

Find out who is "The Number One Most Haunted Web" site on the net here!

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TOP TEN MOST HAUNTED PLACES IN THE WORLD

Haunted places around the world, The World's Most Haunted Places may make you a real believer in ghosts. here is a collection of true ghost stories from the world's most haunted places.

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The Top Most Scariest haunted Cursed Movies

Here at Haunted America Tours, You the visitors have voted thst these are your favorites Haunted or Scary Movies of all times. These Movies are sometimes associated with talk of curses and even ghosts and hauntings affecting those who were involved making the actual haunted movies. Some of these real haunted tales are now urban legends or or they the truth. These particular horror movies have frightened affected those who made them and those who have watched them.

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THE TOP TEN BEST MOST HAUNTED UP AND COMING PARANORMAL PEOPLE PLACES AND THINGS TO INVESTIGATE

Here are The Top Ten Most Haunted Paranormal Up and Coming Paranormal Investigators, Writers, Radio & TV, Haunted Ghost Tours, Websites and People to keep your eyes on for the year ahead. These people and their groups and organizations are considered by Haunted America Tours as the new movers and shakers in the paranormal haunted investigation field. These are the Top Ten highest requested that this site gets emails concerning information on them. More then just passing observers these are "Real Paranormal People" and are dedicated to exposing the truth to the world of what Ghost Hunting and Strange Anomalous occurrences they have found as proof positive that the world of the dead and the afterlife does exist. We at Haunted America Tours truly believe that this list of the new generation of "Soon to be Paranormal Greats" will certainly be the people to become the most and best well respected authorities on the supernatural in the future. We here at Haunted America Tours highly recommended that you check out their web sites as well as investigate their upcoming ventures.

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THE TEN MOST HAUNTED PLACES YOU MIGHT JUST SEE OR EXPERIENCE A REAL GHOST OR HAUNTING THIS HALLOWEEN

Halloween, where the spirits profess their closeness to the Earth and their loved ones. Are You Haunted? Do You really want to be? Here are the top Ten ways and a few tips of how you can encounter a real ghost this Halloween.

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TOP TEN MOST POWERFULL VOODOO QUEENS IN NEW ORLEANS

The following phenomenal women were chosen by our readers as the Top Ten Most Powerful Voodoo Priestesses in New Orleans 2010

In the tradition of the great ancestor of New Orleans Voodoo Queen Marie Laveau. Today post hurricane Katrina Voodoo is very much alive and well and flourishing in New Orleans, LA (known as the Voodoo Capital of the United States).

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TOP TEN BEST MOST HAUNTED, SCARIEST CREEPY SPOOK HOUSES

Halloween comes but once a year and so do the ghosts, vampires and witches and the undead. And they are waiting for you to visit! This is the top 10 haunted houses (Spook House) in the United States. All were voted on by the many visitors to Haunted America Tours. Many web sites pick their OWN favorite Theme ParKs and Haunted Halloween Amusements and tell the public these are the best must see Halloween Attractions.

Here at Haunted America Tours, You the visitors to these attractions have voted thst these are your favorites. And your votes have added them to the Top Ten Most Haunted Spook Houses in America list.

A survey conducted by The National Retail Federation showed that in excess of 24 million Americans planned to attend a haunted house for Halloween 2010. Chances are you won't find a real ghost... but the thrills and chills factor will make you want to go tour these really spooky creepy haunted houses again and again!

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The Most Haunted Scariest Places On Earth

Come with us now as the spirits of past and ghosts stories are revisited through the most haunted places in the world where haunted dark shadows linger and fright is king.

The never ending search for the most haunted places on earth or the top ten scariest places on earth continues. What is the reason for such an internet web search? People looking for thrills and chills to conquer the boredom of everyday life. Or the search to test ones own limits and level of fears that they might bring. Or, are these places so haunted and scary because we deem them so?

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Haunted places around the world, The World's Most Haunted Places may make you a real believer in ghosts. Here is a collection of true ghost stories from the world's most haunted places. This list will have some familiar names, and some places you never expected to be haunted. Paranormal activity is an really a very international affair, and ghosts and apparitions intermingle with the living everywhere day and night. When it comes to the number and regularity of ghost sightings and unexplained events, these real haunted sites can't be beat.

A collection of history, folklore, and true ghost stories from the world's most haunted places. These Top Ten locations were voted by you our many websites visitors. And by your votes these top the list for places to visit in 2009. These locations are said to be places where the living and the dead mingle together freely.

 

The World's 100 Most Haunted Places

So please read these very haunted ghost stories and watch a real ghost video or two. And be sure to visit our Haunted America Tours Home Page to find more then your heart should take. This web site is not for the squeamish. These Very real Haunted places are sid to be the best places to capture a real ghost on film, video, or digital voice recorder or have a real paranormal encounter.

HAUNTED AMERICA TOURS Official Web Site is a ghost tour information site; our information is only as reliable as readers' contributed ghost and haunted reports. It is considered for entertainment purposes only. Many stories might be fictions or Urban Legends. No part of this may be reproduced without written permission.

We assume no credit for your adventures, and accept no liability for your misadventures. Use common sense. Read our ghost hunting recommendations. Before visiting any "haunted" site, verify the location, accessibility, safety, and other important information. Never trespass on private and/or posted property without permission from the proper authorities.

 

 


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