Maryland Attractions July 08, 2016
10 Places In Maryland That Look Like They’re Straight Out Of A Horror Flick
There are many eerie-looking places throughout Maryland, several that stand weathered and abandoned. The following list features 10 locations in the Old Line State that look like they’re straight out of a horror flick. Maybe it’s just because of the decay, photography filters, or maybe they really do hold a spooky presence.
1. Forest Haven
This former institution now lies quietly abandoned in Laurel.
You can visit our previous post, featuring chilling video footage
2. Green Mount Cemetery
This historic cemetery in Baltimore is the final resting place of dozens of influential people, including generals, mayors, and philanthropists.
You can read more about this unique place in our previous article
3. Hell House Altar
This former seminary hidden in Patapsco Valley State Park is now rumored to be the location of satanic rituals.
Read more about this uniquely creepy place in our previous article
4. Poe's gravesite
If the iconic raven wasn't enough to give you the chills, the wilting flowers resting at the grave are eerily beautiful. Any creepy list without mention of Edgar Allan Poe wouldn't be complete.
5. Glenn Dale Hospital
This former sanatorium in Glenn Dale is now an asbestos-ridden ghost town.
You can read more about this terrifying-looking place in our previous article
6. Mallows Bay
This abandoned ship graveyard in Charles County is full of rusted ships from WWI.
You can view drone footage of this astounding place in our previous article
7. National Museum of Health and Medicine
This unique museum in Silver Spring is full of medical specimens, including infant skeletons and deformities. It's not for the faint of heart.
8. The abandoned town of Daniels
This abandoned town is now a part of Patapsco Valley State Park.
To read more about the ruins found here, check out our previous article
9. Savage Mill Ruins
Located in Savage, this former structure provided power for the nearby mill. Now it's left crumbling as a reminder of what once was.
10. Henryton (now demolished)
Out of all of the abandoned facilities in Maryland, Henryton was the most well-known among urban explorers. Disturbing graffiti covered the walls, giving the place an evil vibe. It was completely demolished a few years ago, and sadly, is now just a big field.
What are some other places in Maryland that look like they’re straight out of a horror flick? If you’d like to read about some actual haunted spots, check out our list of
15 terrifying places in Maryland that will haunt your dreams.