Attention Marylanders and lovers of all things creepy, kooky, mysterious, and spooky! Remember the other week when I shared Maryland’s most terrifying road trip? For all of those who requested an Eastern Shore version, today is for you! This trip is perfect for vacationers on their way to Ocean City who are willing to take a few mysterious detours along the way. These ghostly spots are mostly outdoor locations for optimal wandering and photography possibilities. Let’s go on this haunted road trip through Eastern Shore Maryland!

You can find the Google Map of this road trip here. Total driving time is around five hours, so when you add in time for exploring, this would most likely take an entire day.

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Have you been to any of these haunted locations? Would you be willing to try out this nature infused ghostly trip? Would you add any more stops to this haunted road trip through Eastern Shore Maryland? Share your thoughts in the comments. You might also want to check out this haunted road trip through Maryland for another spooky adventure.

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What are the most haunted places in Maryland?

If you’re a fan of the paranormal, you definitely live in the right place. You’ll find a ton of haunted places in Maryland. Jericho Covered Bridge in Kingsville, for example, is perfect for visiting during the day. At night, however, it’s said to be haunted by the spirits of several teenagers who hanged themselves at that very spot. The Maryland State House in Annapolis, on the other hand, is rife with the paranormal. Don’t be surprised if, during your visit, you see the apparitions of Revolutionary soldiers or of a solitary man, said to be the spirit of a repairman who fell from the building’s roof and was killed.

What are the creepiest cemeteries in Maryland?

Cemeteries are supposed to be tranquil spots, providing an eternal resting place for its residents. However, some of the creepiest places in Maryland are its haunted cemeteries. Westminster Hall and Burying Ground in Baltimore, for example, has gained fame as the final resting place of Edgar Allan Poe. However, the cemetery’s history is quite sordid, with tales of body snatchers stealing bodies from graves then selling those bodies to universities and medical facilities for research purposes. Some of those souls, whose bodies have been stolen, are said to wander throughout the cemetery to this day.

Are there any haunted restaurants or bars in Maryland?

Next time you’re in the mood for a meal out, head over to Union Hotel Restaurant in Port Deposit. You’re guaranteed a delicious, hearty meal, and if you’re lucky, you may even experience the paranormal. The restaurant has a charming, rustic vibe with the wait staff wearing Colonial-era costumes. Don’t be too surprised if, during your visit, the tables start moving on their own. You might also hear a clock chime, which isn’t so out of the ordinary, except all of the clocks in the restaurant are broken. Oh, yeah, if you hear footsteps, you might turn around and see – absolutely nothing. Some have even told tales of seeing apparitions as they enjoyed their meal at the haunted Maryland restaurant.

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