Meet 13 Ghosts From Arkansas And Their Bone-Chilling Stories
I wonder if the place where the Tilly Willy Bridge used to be still has the lady in the white dress popping up every now and again. I know there are some places around Arkansas where people refuse to believe coincidences and claim supernatural causes behind strange circumstances. There are a lot of these places, actually, and these are a few locations across the Natural State where you might even be able to say “hi” to one of those paranormal beings. Here are some of our favorite Arkansas ghost stories to put you in a spooky mood.
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Have you heard any of these Arkansas ghost stories before? You can surely find a good number of places around Arkansas that locals will tell you, in a fully assured tone, are indeed haunted. Whether or not you believe in the supernatural, the paranormal, or the just plain spooky – it’s interesting to hear about the legends behind these places!
Address: Cotter Rd, Hopper Township, AR 71935, USA
Address: House Dr, Jonesboro, AR 72404, USA
Address: 901 B St S, Fort Smith, AR 72901, USA
Address: 427 Main St, Van Buren, AR 72956, USA
Address: 1235-1251 US-59, De Queen, AR 71832, USA
Address: 239 Central Ave, Hot Springs National Park, AR 71901, USA
Address: 705 N Main St, Monticello, AR 71655, USA
Address: 15930 East, US-62, Garfield, AR 72732, USA
Address: 75 Prospect Ave, Eureka Springs, AR 72632, USA
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Arkansas ghost stories
October 05, 2020
What is the most haunted place in Arkansas?
It’s widely believed that the honor for most haunted place in Arkansas goes to the Crescent Hotel in Eureka Springs, Arkansas. Built in 1886, this historic hotel is believed to be haunted by several spirits. Paranormal investigators and psychic mediums have done investigations at the hotel and believe that the hotel is a portal to the other side, which is why so many paranormal encounters occur. In 1937, Norman G. Baker purchased the building and used it as a hospital, despite not having any proper medical schooling and as a result, many people died. Both guests and employees have reported seeing the spirits of Baker’s patients, hearing disembodied screams, and there have even been a few sightings of Morris, a lovable cat that used to live at the hotel and is buried on the property.
Can I go ghost hunting in Arkansas?
Whether you’re a believer or not, there several spots around Arkansas that have had so many unexplained occurrences, they’re left with no other explanation than to believe it’s haunted. One of the most haunted places in Arkansas is the Crescent Hotel in Eureka Springs. This historic (and haunted) hotel embraces the paranormal side of things, and offers ghost tours where you might just have a paranormal encounter of your own.
Are there any haunted battlefields in Arkansas?
Many believe that the Prairie Grove Battlefield is one of the most haunted places in Arkansas. There have been claims of hearing the phantom sounds of men on horseback and the sounds of battle. The Borden House, in particular is believed to be the most haunted area of the battleground, and many believe that the area is haunted by the spirit of a young girl. Next time you visit the battlefield, pay close attention to the sounds you hear, they might just be from another spiritual plain.