The Museum Of The Paranormal In Nevada Is Not For The Faint Of Heart
If you wonder why Las Vegas local Zak Bagans’ — of Ghost Adventures fame — The Haunted Museum in Las Vegas was voted the No. 1 Best Haunted Destination in America in USA Today — then go if you dare. But be warned, this museum of the paranormal is filled with curiosities from Bagans’ own collection which he claims is filled with mystical energy (in other words: haunted.) Regardless of whether you believe in the paranormal or not, this museum is earning rave reviews. Let’s take a look at one of the most thrilling Las Vegas museums.
Have you toured this unique and eerie museum of the paranormal? Did you have any spooky experiences? Please share your comments, thoughts, and experiences of this newest haunted Las Vegas attraction. And while you’re there, stay the night at a cool Vrbo, right near one of the best Las Vegas museums.
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Creepy Places In Las Vegas
What are the creepiest places in Nevada?
This haunted road trip will lead you to the scariest places in Nevada.
- Bliss Mansion (corner of West Robinson and North Mountain streets, Carson City, Nevada): Once a glorious and luxurious home, the 8,500-square-foot three-story mansion with 15 rooms still stands across from the Governor’s mansion. It was reportedly built on an old cemetery from which the bodies were relocated, who still seem to roam the grounds. Folks believe Duane Bliss never left his beloved home and has been spotted staring out the top-floor windows or in the front yard.
- The Dake House (2242 Main St., Genoa, Nevada): This Victorian-style home was built in 1872 by the town's local undertaker. Now it is an antique store where a lot of ghostly encounters have been experienced. One especially interesting haunted item is an oil painting that is said to throw itself from the wall whenever the owner tries to sell the artwork. Discover more on The Dake House's Facebook page, where there is a phone number to call and sign up for the next ghost tour, which is on Oct. 14, 2023. These tours fill up fast, so call soon to reserve your spot.
- El Dorado Pet Cemetery, (Coordinates 35.91432, -114.91765 Boulder City, Nevada)
While the date of this unfortunate cemetery is unknown, the often dilapidated gravestones reveal at least 60 years of pets and maybe some humans have been buried here. Now a federally protected Desert Tortoise Habitat, folks can still visit the grounds where you may find a white cat ghost haunting the area, among other paranormal experiences.