Meridian Is Allegedly One Of Mississippi's Most Haunted Small Towns
Haunted towns and buildings are spread far and wide, but the haunted places in Mississippi seem to be especially ghostly. One of the most haunted towns in Mississippi is Meridian, which is a great place to stop by to scratch your eerie itch.
Take a look at this drone tour of Meridian to see all this city has to offer.
If you are in the mood for a little haunted adventure, haunted Meridian, Mississippi is a great place to visit. Do you have any spooky places that you have visited? Share your ghost stories with us.
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What are the most haunted places in Mississippi?
If you are itching to get creeped out, take a trip to one of these haunted places in Mississippi for the perfect scare:
- Natchez Cemetery is known to be the most haunted in the state. It is home to the ghost of a young child, the spirit of a sex worker, and a statue that turns to watch you as you pass!
- Waynesboro Shubuta Road is called Devil Worshiper Road by the locals due to claims of a massive "goat man" that was once a farmer who apparently sold his soul to the devil! Don't speed down this road, but definitely don't amble.
- Ole Tavern is a haunted bar that opened in 2008. However, the building was erected in 1910 and was used for many purposes throughout the years, including as a brothel and grocery store. All that history must have led to some paranormal activity, as the space is rumored to have two ghosts.
Are there any haunted hotels in Mississippi?
It might be tough to get a good night's sleep in these haunted hotels in Mississippi, but it is still well worth booking a night or two for what you may experience:
- Cedar Grove Mansion is haunted not only by its former owners but by Civil War Soldiers as well!
- Anchuca Historic Mansion and Inn is haunted by the spirit of a previous owner's heartbroken daughter. She has been seen all throughout the Inn
- Lincoln Bed and Breakfast was built in the 1700s and people claim to have seen apparitions of a horse-drawn carriage and heard a tapping cane.
Can I find any abandoned places in Mississippi?
For those who love exploring the derelict, taking a trip to one of these abandoned places in Mississippi will be perfect. Just make sure to check that wherever you explore is safe and on public property:
- Arlington Mansion has a long and storied spooky history, but it's been abandoned since 1991, so the home kind of looks like a time capsule that has collapsed in on itself.
- Royal Land is an amusement park that closed in the 1970s. It's been left to be reclaimed by nature for over 50 years now, and the site is quite creepy.
- Kuhn State Memorial Hospital is unbelievably creepy. It's completely covered in Laurel and has fallen into an immense level of disrepair after only about 30 years of abandonment.