The Haunted Hotel Road Trip Across Pennsylvania That Will Give You Nightmares

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Pack your bags because it’s time for a road trip! But, be forewarned, you’re not embarking on an ordinary road trip. Far from it. You will visit some of the state’s most terrifying haunted hotels where you just might experience the paranormal for yourself. Are you ready to hit the road to explore these haunted hotels in Pennsylvania?

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So…do you dare embark on this haunted hotel road trip across Pennsylvania? After you’ve thoroughly spooked yourself out, hit the road on this haunted road trip to PA’s scariest places or on this road trip to Pennsylvania’s most abandoned places.

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Address: 1325 Old Route 30, Orrtanna, PA 17353
Address: 401 Baltimore Street, Gettysburg, PA 17325
Address: 280 West Front Street, Marietta, PA 17547
Address: 10 West Ferry Street, New Hope, PA 18938
Address: 437 Main Street, Bethlehem, PA 18018
Address: 32 W Market Street, Jonestown, PA 17038
Address: 24 Broadway, Jim Thorpe, PA 18229
Address: 1 Lincoln Square, Gettysburg, PA 17325
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Haunted hotels in Pennsylvania

April 20, 2021

What's the most haunted house in Pennsylvania?

Ghosts don't seem to have a preference on where they choose to do their haunting here in The Keystone State. In addition to the above haunted hotels in Pennsylvania, there's a haunted house here that will give you a big case of the creeps. Rehmeyer Hollow is considered by many to be *the* most haunted house in Pennsylvania, and the lore surrounding this cursed place is downright bone-chilling. Nelson Rehmeyer lived a quiet life in 1928 until a fellow townsperson became convinced Nelson was a witch and had cast a spell on him. In a terrifying turn of events, the man enlisted two others to break into Rehmeyer’s home, where they planned to cut a lock of Nelson’s hair and bury it to release the spell. However, the evening took a frightening and unexpected turn with Nelson’s brutal murder and attempted cremation that convinced all three men that Nelson was indeed a witch. The house has since been said to be cursed, with folks reporting numerous sightings and inexplicable phenomenon.

What are some of the creepiest places in Pennsylvania?

Hands down, one of the creepiest places in Pennsylvania is the site of the infamous Battle of Gettysburg. This three-day Civil War battle that saw more than 50,000 casualties, more than 3,100 deaths, and the lone civilian death of Jennie Wade, making Gettysburg is undoubtedly the most haunted town in Pennsylvania. From a nurse roaming the halls of the Gettysburg Hotel to a friendly fella offering to take photos and to pose for photos at Devil’s Den, spirits can be seen just about everywhere in Gettysburg. Check into the Farnsworth House Inn or the Tillie Pearce House Inn, where spirits often visit guests in their rooms, and Civil War soldiers have been seen roaming up and down the halls. That’s just the beginning when it comes to opportunities to experience the paranormal in Gettysburg, Pennsylvania.

What's the creepiest abandoned place in Pennsylvania?

Brownsville Hospital, which served as a home for seniors until the mid-1980s, is easily the state's creepiest abandoned place. There's something so totally unsettling about it, with its abandoned beds and discarded medical equipment. There's also a ghost town in Pennsylvania that will send shivers down your spine... if you dare to visit, that is.