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Haunted Places in Arizona

Haunted Places in Arizona

Deep in the desert there are haunted places. From haunted hotels to a ghost train. Some of the old mines have ghostly legends attached to them. Even the Grand Canyon is haunted. The ghosts of Arizona.

Copper Queen Hotel Bisbee, Arizona   Opened in 1902, the Copper Queen Hotel was one of the most modern, luxurious, and popular spots during the mining boom. Today it is still a charming getaway in southern Arizona­–with three “permanent” residents.

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Georgetown Hotel, Georgetown, CA - is an 1800s saloon style hotel. People who work there have reported seeing a female apparition upstairs in the rooms and hallway, as well as disembodied footfalls and cold spots.

Georgetown Hotel, Georgetown, CA - is an saloon style hotel. People who work there have reported seeing a female apparition upstairs in the rooms and hallway, as well as disembodied footfalls and cold spots.

Ten haunted places to make you quiver

Ten haunted places to make you quiver

The Opery Curse.  Beginning in the 1950's, a series of untimely deaths, many of which had uncanny overtones to them, led to the widespread believe that there was a jinx or curse tied to performing members of the Grand Ol' Opry.  For more about Country Music and Opryland hauntings, see Ghosts and Haunts of Tennessee:  http://www.barnesandnoble.com/w/ghosts-and-haunts-of-tennessee-christopher-k-coleman/1029635600

Grand Ole Opry, the Ryman Auditorium in Nashville, Tennessee, the *only* real "opry house" in my opinion. If you haven't heard it here you haven't heard it.

El Tovar Hotel, Grand Canyon, Arizona: A grave marked “Pirl” can be found in the parking lot. Legends say it is either a Harvey girl or a cowboy and nobody is really sure which. Regardless, a black-garbed figure is often seen walking near the grave before vanishing behind the Hopi House. In addition, it is claimed that Fred Harvey himself makes an annual appearance to invite the guests to Christmas festivities, which is nice, even though he’s been dead since 1901.

El Tovar Hotel, Grand Canyon, Arizona: A grave marked “Pirl” can be found in the parking lot. Legends say it is either a Harvey girl or a cowboy and nobody is really sure which. Regardless, a black-garbed figure is often seen walking near the grave before vanishing behind the Hopi House. In addition, it is claimed that Fred Harvey himself makes an annual appearance to invite the guests to Christmas festivities, which is nice, even though he’s been dead since 1901.

Haunted Alameda Insane Asylum Alameda, CA

Insane Asylum: Alameda Insane Asylum

Alameda Insane Asylum - Outside of stories of rampant abuse and numerous suicides, not a lot is known about the old asylum, only that it's approx. 100 yrs old and has been abandoned for some time.

The Eight-Foot Skeleton If you find yourself out late in the desert night, somewhere between the Superstition Mountains and Seventeen Palms, you may see the apparition of an 8-foot skeleton with a lantern in his chest. A prospector by the name of Charley Arizona first saw the ghost about 4 miles southeast of Borrego.

San Diego is filled with with haunted places! Haunted places in Downtown San Diego Haunted places in Carlsbad, San Diego County Haunte.

Spirits linger in this abandoned brewery in Tennessee

The Tennessee Brewery is on the bluff overlooking the Mississippi River in Memphis, Tennessee. It opened in 1890 and is located at the intersection of Butler and Tennessee streets. The business closed in 1954 and is now reportedly haunted.

Crazy George's Bridge is not the only ghostly man with a lantern along the Tennessee railroads in the middle of the night. In Chapel Hill, Tennessee, a remarkably similar story is told about a decapitated railroad worker who haunts the Chapel Hill railway with a lantern in hand. According to the story at both locations, the man tripped and fell while walking along the tracks on a rainy night. He fell onto the tracks and was knocked unconscious, with his neck across the tracks. A train came…

Crazy George's Bridge is not the only ghostly man with a lantern along the Tennessee railroads in the middle of the night. In Chapel Hill, Tennessee, a remarkably similar story is told about a decapitated railroad worker who haunts the Chapel Hill railway with a lantern in hand. According to the story at both locations, the man tripped and fell while walking along the tracks on a rainy night. He fell onto the tracks and was knocked unconscious, with his neck across the tracks. A train came…

Ryman Auditorium in Nashville has three ghosts who like to come and take in the shows!  Apparently the need for entertainment doesn’t die when we do!  Captain Ryman is one such ghost who will walk the property and watch from the balcony as shows are performed; country music star Hank Williams also is said to haunt the auditorium so that he can listen to the music he so loved; a confederate soldier sits in the gallery often, taking in a show whenever he pleases.

Six Most Haunted Places In Tennessee

Ryman Auditorium - Nashville, TN - saw taping of Grand Ole Opry which was some sort of special event.

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