These 8 Haunted Places In Louisville Will Send Chills Down Your Spine
Even if you don’t believe in ghosts, ghost stories are pretty fun. Most local legends arise from historical events based in truth, so even if the spirits of the past aren’t actually out a-haunting, you can still learn a thing or two from the tall tales. If there’s one thing Louisville has plenty of, it’s history, so there are more than a few spooky stories of haunted spots around the city. Here are eight of the most haunted places in Louisville that will send shivers down your spine!
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Although some of these stories are pretty sad, it seems like many of Louisville’s most famous ghosts aren’t out to hurt you. Whether the spirits are trapped here or just never left, we’re glad they aren’t causing trouble. If you are still unconvinced of their presence or just want to gather up some evidence on your own, you are welcome to visit these eight spots around the city – just don’t forget to report back to us if you have any unique experiences!
Meg Archer is a Portland, Oregon-based Editor & Social Media Manager with degrees in English/Creative Writing from Cal Poly-San Luis Obispo and Social Psychology from Portland State University. She has held positions in writing, editing, and media-related fields for over 10 years, including serving as the Editor-in-Chief for Cal Poly’s literary journal Byzantium and copywriting for advertising/marketing agencies before joining Only In You State team in 2015. When she’s not writing or out exploring the West Coast, Meg enjoys working on visual media projects, speaking as a mental health advocate, and can always be found in the front row at Portland Timbers matches.