A Terrifying Maryland Road Trip Is Right Here And It's Tons Of Scary Fun
Marylanders love exploring places off the beaten path. This especially includes dilapidated buildings, abandoned hospitals, and creepy ruins rumored to be haunted. If you’re up for a scary and fun road trip that will take you to the most haunted places in Maryland, look no further. Just follow the road trip below.
You can find the link to this road trip on Google Maps here. This terrifying road trip is full of forgotten towns, spooky asylums, and most important of all, an opportunity to test out Spook Hill for yourself. There are nine locations total and you can start at whichever is closest to you. So without further ado, I bring you Maryland’s most disturbing road trip…
Are you brave enough to visit all nine locations on this road trip to the most haunted places in Maryland? Let us know in the comments! Remember to click here for the full Google Map! Then check out this haunted campground in Maryland to see if you’re brave enough to check in to it.
NOTE: As stated in the article, the abandoned hospital facilities may be highly secured or have sections fenced off. Use your best judgement at these locations.
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What are the most haunted places in Maryland?
If you’re a fan of the paranormal, you’ll definitely want to gas up the car and head out on this haunted road trip in Maryland. The road trip spans nearly 260 miles and takes around six hours of driving time, but it’s all worth it. You’ll stop at such haunted places in Maryland as the Johnathan Hager House in Hagerstown, Jericho Covered Bridge in Kingsville, and Fort McHenry in Baltimore. For a bite to eat and the chance to experience the paranormal, you’ll also stop at The Horse You Came In On Saloon in Baltimore. Edgar Allan Poe’s last sighting, before his death, was at the saloon, and some believe his spirit remains.
Are there any haunted hotels in Maryland?
While you might not get the most restful night’s sleep, you can certainly check into one of the haunted hotels in Maryland. The Admiral Fell Inn, in Baltimore, has quite the storied history. Rumors tell of mobsters committing murder at the hotel, for example. If you want to increase your chances of experiencing the paranormal, request Room 413, said to be the most haunted room in the inn. Don’t be surprised, however, if you wake up to an apparition standing at the foot of your bed or if you notice shadows darting across the room.
Can I visit any abandoned places in Maryland?
Some creepy places in Maryland are, in fact, abandoned. Slip on your hiking shoes if you want to check out an abandoned church and cemetery. You’ll follow the Alberton Rocks Trailhead in Windsor, where you’ll want to stay on the main path. (There’s a stray path you’ll probably want to avoid.) During your hike, you’ll stumble upon the remains of Saint Stanislaus Kostka Catholic Church that’s now close to being reclaimed by nature. Don’t forget your camera, because you’ll definitely want to take photos, and be sure to stop at the old cemetery that still sits behind the church.