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Lisa Lee Harp Waugh's:

The Most Haunted State To Hunt Ghost In America

Lisa Lee Harp Waugh

 

Each year The great American Necromancer, Lisa Lee Harp Waugh has tallied, investigated and actually documented her findings and research on the most haunted States in America.

Waugh does this personally by ranking them on all the info of actual paranormal activity and research going on in a particular State of the Union. Her Personal encounters, Emails from friends and those that seek her out help her keep an eye on the paranormal front.

This year many locations it seems have kept solid positioning on the list. A few locations have actually jumped into the haunted spotlight.

Louisiana holds it's number one haunted location status in the United States once again. News of haunting's, The Devil Baby, Loup Garous, Bigfoot type Swamp creatures, Grunch (American Chupacabra) and Vampire and zombie activity keep it in the number one spot. Haunted Cemteries, houses, Plantations, and buildings. So it seems everything is haunted by some type of spook in this great haunted state.

Voodoo legends, vampires, pirate ghouls and ghosts are all waiting to haunt you in every part of the state. Come and learn why Louisiana is considered by many to be one of the most Haunted States in the Nation.

Find out why some Louisiana State workers say the ghost of a late Governor still haunts the halls of the State Capital Building in Baton Rouge where he was assassinated.

Visit Haunted New Orleans where Mardi Gras spirits rule the streets and the world famous "Cities of the Dead" are as active as that of the living. Haunted Tours, And Urban Legends abound.

Stroll beneath shady, 400 year old oak trees draped in Spanish moss. Come and explore for yourself - see why so many spooky old Haunted Plantations along the levees of the Mighty Mississippi River never quite give up all their ghostly secrets.

Texas hauntings, Encounters with cryptids, UFO's and mysterious happenings seem to be on the rise this year. Making the state gain the number three spot.

Restless spirits of the Old West, cowboys, Native Americans, cattle rustlers, pioneers and patriots -- these are just a few of the spirits that haunt the dusty roads and old trails of Haunted Texas.

Let Haunted America Tours be your complete guide to a chilling Haunted Texas vacation.

Ghostly missions and frontier churches and the famous Alamo are just a hint of what lies within the borders of the Lone Star State.

The Alamo, where Texas patriots valiantly defended their independence and freedom until they were overcome by the superior forces of Mexican General Santa Ana, is today one of the most visited locales in all of Texas. Numerous reports of sightings of patriot defenders and Mexican soldiers have surfaced over the years, and more and more photos are being submitted with anomalies that are hard to be explained away as anything but evidence that the Alamo is the Most Haunted Destination in all of Texas.

According to local legend the visitors' center at Monahan's Sandhills State Park is built on the sight of an eighteenth-century Comanche burial ground. The haunted Visitor's Center has sent a chill down the spine of many tourists and locals alike. Visitor's Center Ghost Photos show many spirits still lingering around the burial grounds. Could this be the remnant souls of long dead Native Americans, trapped between the worlds?

Galveston, on the coast of the Gulf of Mexico, was founded by the Louisiana Pirate Jean Lafitte. His devil dogs the Campeche ghost fogs still haunt the island today, or so the story goes. As one of the most distant sites of his far-flung buccaneer territory, Galveston is said to still be haunted by the spirit of Lafitte and his pirate crews. Sightings of a ghostly frigate, possibly Lafitte's famous "Barataria Bay," are still reported today, complete with the calls of the crew as they hoist the ghostly sails. Others have seen Lafitte himself, or so they say, walking the streets of the oldest parts of Galveston, and members of the ghostly pirate crew have also been sighted, only to disappear as they approach.

With fierce wind and torrential rains, hurricanes have pounded the Texas coast for centuries. With great loss of life and property, native Texans have withstood the natural onslaughts as best they can. But not without sacrifice. It is said that sometimes the mournful cries of those lost in the great hurricane floods can still be heard on especially stormy nights, from Corpus Christi to Galveston, the reports continue to come in.

Ghosts of Civil War soldiers still reenact the last battles of their lives in remote places all across the Lone Star State. The last casualty of the entire war was a Texan, fighting as the patriots before him to keep the Northern "invaders" from his lands. Some say his ghost is not alone among the graves and brush fields of the lonesome Texas battlefields.

The ghosts of great Cattlemen still ride the fences and borders of the ranges they protected in life. Pioneers on their way to better fortunes in the gold rush cities of Arizona and California, who sometimes never made it and were buried in shallow graves beside the road, still haunt the lonely overgrown paths of the Texas "outback." One touching legend, of a six year old girl who succumbed to scarlet fever on the wagon train road and who was buried in a remote location with a makeshift cross and crude stones to cover her -- it is said that her forlorn ghost still haunts the road in search of the wagons now long gone that left her behind.

Many people still insist that riders of the Pony Express still gallop wildly past them as they camp in the deep Texas night. One lonely rancher reports that a ghostly entity still repairs the fences of his property that line the old Pony Express road.

You might just want to join in a sacred indian Ghost Dance and see for yourself the spirits manifesting in the Native American ritual, just as they have for the Ancestors before.

Or you might relax and watch that special Texas sunset with a cold Lone Star beer in your hand and ponder the ghosts that might be sitting next to you. Especially The most haunteds city in Texas, Marshall!

 

Lisa Lee Harp Waugh's The 2009 Most Haunted State To Hunt Ghost In America

ALPHABETICAL ORDER

RANK ORDER

2007 RANK

STATE

2008 RANK

STATE

2009 RANK

STATE

17

Alabama

1

Louisiana

1

Louisiana

7

Alaska

2

New Mexico

2

New Mexico

3

Arizona

3

Arizona

3

Texas

13

Arkansas

4

Maryland

4

Rhode Island

9

California

5

Tennessee

5

Tennessee

22

Colorado

6

South Carolina

6

South Carolina

40

Connecticut

7

Alaska

7

Alaska

18

Delaware

8

Florida

8

Florida

8

Florida

9

California

9

California

20

Georgia

10

Nevada

10

Nevada

28

Hawaii

11

Michigan

11

Michigan

39

Idaho

12

Texas

12

Arizona

21

Illinois

13

Arkansas

13

Arkansas

25

Indiana

14

Washington

14

Washington

43

Iowa

15

Oklahoma

15

Oklahoma

27

Kansas

16

North Carolina

16

Alabama

34

Kentucky

17

Alabama

17

North Carolina

1

Louisiana

18

Delaware

18

Mississippi

48

Maine

19

Missouri

19

Missouri

4

Maryland

20

Georgia

20

Connecticut

30

Massachusetts

21

Illinois

21

Illinois

11

Michigan

22

Colorado

22

Maryland

32

Minnesota

23

Ohio

23

Oregon

24

Mississippi

24

Mississippi

24

Delaware

19

Missouri

25

Indiana

25

Indiana

44

Montana

26

Pennsylvania

26

Pennsylvania

37

Nebraska

27

Kansas

27

Kansas

10

Nevada

28

Hawaii

28

Hawaii

47

New Hampshire

29

Oregon

29

Idaho

33

New Jersey

30

Massachusetts

30

Massachusetts

2

New Mexico

31

New York

31

Utah

31

New York

32

Minnesota

32

Minnesota

16

North Carolina

33

New Jersey

33

New Jersey

50

North Dakota

34

Kentucky

34

Kentucky

23

Ohio

35

Rhode Island

35

Colorado

15

Oklahoma

36

Virginia

36

Virginia

29

Oregon

37

Nebraska

37

Maine

26

Pennsylvania

38

Utah

38

New York

35

Rhode Island

39

Idaho

39

Ohio

6

South Carolina

40

Connecticut

40

Georgia

45

South Dakota

41

West Virginia

41

West Virginia

5

Tennessee

42

Wisconsin

42

Wisconsin

12

Texas

43

Iowa

43

Iowa

38

Utah

44

Montana

44

Montana

49

Vermont

45

South Dakota

45

South Dakota

36

Virginia

46

Wyoming

46

Wyoming

14

Washington

47

New Hampshire

47

New Hampshire

41

West Virginia

48

Maine

48

Nebraska

42

Wisconsin

49

Vermont

49

Vermont

46

Wyoming

50

North Dakota

50

North Dakota

Arizona, Alabama, North Carolina reports and investigations seem to be leveling out. As what seems to be a unfortunate move Georgia seems to be fast becoming one of the least haunted states only beating out West Virginia, Wisconsin, Iowa, Montana, South Dakota, Wyoming,New Hampshire, Nebraska, Vermont and North Dakota as the least haunted State in America.

 

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http://www.hauntedamericatours.com/ghosthunting/Thinkagain.php

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