Here Are The 7 Most Dangerous Places In Delaware After Dark
Overall, Delaware is a pretty safe state, but there are definitely dangerous places in Delaware. You do need to be careful in some of our cities at night, or when the crowds finally head home. We all know that Wilmington has a reputation for some unsafe neighborhoods and that you really need to be careful in certain parts of the city, whether it’s dark or light out. Though, we do have to say that the “Murder City” nickname is a bit over-the-top. And I’m sure you’ve been told to keep an eye out for pickpockets when you’re on the boardwalk in Rehoboth Beach – but did you know that property crime rate is pretty high in the small town of Camden, too? We used FBI Crime Data to compile this list – some of these places may surprise you! So read on, and keep your wits about you when you’re traveling after dark.
Want to read more unsettling things about your home state? Our Delaware Ghost Stories should make you feel a lot better about your safety in Delaware… that is, unless you believe in ghosts!
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What scary places in Delaware are said to be haunted?
One of the most haunted places on Earth, Fort Delaware, sits in the water off of the Delaware City coast. This Civil War prison is home to tremendous amounts of paranormal activity. Don’t believe it? You can spend the night there during Halloween season to see for yourself. If you’re not quite that brave, take a guided paranormal tour, also offered during the fall. Other haunted spots in the First State include the Addy Sea Inn, Crabby Dick’s, the Delaware City Hotel, and the Lewes Ferry Terminal.
What are the best things about living in Delaware?
The best thing about living in Delaware is how easy it is to live in a small state! You’re never far from parks, beaches, or cities, and there’s never a long drive to get anywhere. Most of us live practically around the corner from our grocery stores, favorite shops, and the main street districts in our town. Plus, Delaware’s cost of living is low, our schools rank among the best in the nation, and we’re home to the best beach towns in the country. What’s not to love?
What are the worst things about living in Delaware?
Turns out, there are a few things not to love about Delaware. Being in a small state does have its downsides – like crowded towns and streets, limited attractions, and not much to do if you’re down way south and don’t want to go to the beach. Most of us would agree that the good does outweigh the bad, though.