While there is much to be said about hauntings in and around Florida, nothing quite compares to this little story I’m about to share. Cassadaga, Florida has gained huge popularity within the spiritualist community, but, as you’ll soon learn, there’s much more to this known witch town in the Sunshine State. So, if you’re ready to be creeped out, we invite you to read on about Cassadaga’s history.

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Have you ever been to Cassadaga, Florida? If so, were you creeped out during your visit to this known witch town in Florida? Feel free to share your experiences with us in the following comments section!

If you’d like to explore some more spooky spots in the Sunshine State, I also suggest looking at our guide to creepy Florida destinations. For more fun adventures when you’re in Florida, I recommend checking out Viator as well.

 

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Cassadaga, Florida

What are some creepy destinations to visit in Florida?

Aside from Cassadaga, the following is an overview of some creepy destinations to visit in Florida:

 

What are some of the most well-known ghost towns in Florida? 

Here are some of the most well-known ghost towns in Florida:

  • Picture City: This unique ghost town in Florida was created to be a Greek-inspired backdrop to film movies.
  • Yamato Colony: This ghost town was developed in the early 20th century to serve as a Japanese farming community.
  • Atsena Otie Key: Prior to being wiped out by a hurricane in 1896, this town had booming lumber and fishing industries.
  • Brewster: This former phosphate mining town was shut down due to health concerns.
  • The Koreshan State Historic Site: You'll find the remnants of this former religious community in Estero, Florida.

 

I also invite you to check out this Florida road trip to ghost towns throughout the state.