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Haunted Mississippi became the second state to secede from the Union in 1861 and became the "Republic of Mississippi" under the Confederate States of America.

Confederate President Jefferson Davis' historic Haunted Gulf Coast home "Beauvoir," is said to be a spirit haven. The President and his late wife Varna Davis are still making appearances - in many tourist vacation photos.

In 1862, the War Between the States came to Mississippi where it would leave an indelible mark for generations to come. There were only a few sections of the great southern state that did not experience destruction and great devastation. Many spirits of the battles are said to roam the rambling open feilds and lonely haunted highways that criss-cross the Mississippi landscape.

Of all Mississippi cities it is Vicksburg that has earned the reputation as the Most Haunted City. Through the long, hot summer of 1863, the attention of a divided nation remained fixed on this infamous city, holding its own against the Siege of Vicksburg and the Union soldiers under the command of Gen. Ulysses S. Grant. The great city finally fell on July 4th, and the national holiday continues to be ignored by Vicksburg to this day. Spirits of the dead, both North and South, continue to be seen throughout the streets and in the fields around Vicksburg, and sometimes the sound of marching feet can still be heard in the humid Southern night.

Travel the length of the Mississippi Trace and learn the history of this state's devastating hurricanes, Indian ambushes, historic crimes of infamy, and grisly unsolved murders; explore Haunted Roads and Highways and hunt the infamous Witch of Yazoo City, these destinations await you as you travel with Haunted America Tours. Or try a Haunted Boat Ride in the Mississippi Sound and travel over the sunken remains of Prohibition Era casinos that fell in the onslaught of brutal storms, and walk the sugar white sands of Horn Island, in the shadow of the Haunted Ranger Station, where Park Rangers have spotted pirate ships at anchor and the ghosts of a long-lost pirate crew hauling their treasure across the pristine beaches.

Walk the concrete slab of a moldern apartment building - all that remains after a hurricane party that tried to smile in the face of Hurricane Camille. Visit the haunted cottages where prolific Mississippi naturalist and painter Walter Inglis Anderson spent the last years of his life in solitude, creating the greatest works of his life before insanity and death finally claimed him. Some who have purchased originals of his works claim the artwork to be possessed by the spirit of Anderson.

One of the modern Casinos that now clutter the Mississippi Gulf Coast is said to be built on the site of a horrible charter plane accident that claimed the lives of 8 passengers, among them women and children. Casino employees report that the area nearest the crash site is very haunted with some refusing to walk the corridors alone.

Tour Tupelo, Mississippi where they say the Ghost of Elvis Presley still visits his birthplace home and the grave of his first sweetheart. The Ghost King is also said to haunt the warehouse that once housed the trucking company that Elvis worked for before he became famous.

Come with us now, explore Mississippi's historic, ghostly and chilling encounters with the paranormal. Travel along with us: The Ghosts of Haunted Mississippi are waiting for you.!


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