As the largest state in the nation, a road trip to all of these haunted ghost towns using only a vehicle is just not feasible. Not only are many of these places completely deserted and remote, but some aren’t even on the limited road system that Alaska has to offer. So for this road trip, we’ll be utilizing a good 4WD vehicle along with a boat and probably a small bush plane as well. Hold on tight because you are about to experience a rare dose of Alaska’s history that is both eerie and fascinating at the same time.

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Do you love good mystery and a dose of eerie history? Get a little bit of both when you meet these 9 ghosts from Alaska and their bone-chilling stories.

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