Maryland October 13, 2017
7 Truly Terrifying Ghost Stories That Prove Baltimore Is The Most Haunted City In Maryland
Baltimore’s history is vast so it’s no surprise that spooky tales have developed over the centuries. Read on to learn about these 7 allegedly haunted spots in the city and plan your own visit if you dare.
1. Lord Baltimore Hotel
This historic hotel may be just as haunted as it is beautiful. Some claim to have seen the ghost of a small girl wandering the halls at night while sobbing. A rumor states that the girl committed suicide in the hotel and her soul forever remains trapped within the building.
2. Leakin Park
Dozens of bodies have been dumped in this Baltimore park over the last several decades. Some believe that the victims roam the wooded area, searching for a way out. While this place is great for a day trip, maybe stay away once darkness falls...
3. The Horse You Came In On Saloon
It is believed that Edgar Allan Poe was a regular at this historic bar. In fact, this was the last place he was seen alive before his untimely death. Visitors claim to spot orbs floating throughout the building and if you're really lucky, you might spot Edgar Allan Poe's ghost walking towards the bar in the evening.
4. Fort McHenry
Both soldiers and prisoners of war are said to haunt this iconic fort. Apparitions of soldiers have been spotted still guarding the walls, while the voices of disgruntled prisoners can be heard via EVP down in the jail.
5. Westminster Hall Burying Grounds
You may know this place as Edgar Allan Poe's gravesite, but it's also said to be haunted by wandering souls. Rumor has it that because of this cemetery's proximity to the medical campus, students use to dig up the bodies for research. This left the souls unrested and now they lurk in the night, unable to find peace.
6. The Admiral Fell Inn
The Admiral Fell Inn is a Baltimore hotel that's been around for quite some time. It's said that the ghosts of mobsters and their victims haunt the interior. If you're feeling extra brave, book room 413. It's said to be the most haunted room of all.
7. Edgar Allan Poe Residence
Edgar Allan Poe lived here for some time and while visiting, you may experience being touched or hear phantom footsteps. The ghosts are said to be harmless, if that makes you feel any better...
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