This Haunted Road Trip Will Lead You To The Scariest Places In Pennsylvania
Remember that chill of terror that ran down your spine as you hid under the blankets as a kid, peeking out so you wouldn’t miss the scariest part of a horror flick on TV, but afraid of what might happen next? Enjoy chilling moments once again when you embark on this road trip in Pennsylvania that may bring you face-to-face with the paranormal. Are you brave enough to face the most haunted places in Pennsylvania?
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Who’s ready for a haunted road trip in Pennsylvania? It’s never a bad time to visit these scary places in Pennsylvania, and you may just want to add some spooky ghosts towns to your itinerary, too.
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Most Haunted Places In Pennsylvania
August 15, 2019
What is the most famous ghost story from Pennsylvania?
While the most infamously haunted places in the U.S. are definitely the communities around Savannah, Georgia and New Orleans, Louisiana, Pennsylvania has its own fair share of haunted history. Not only was the state one of the original 13 colonies – it also was the home of the United States capital under the Articles of Confederation. As a result, there are many Pennsylvania ghost stories in circulation. Some Pennsylvania hauntings are even said to be frequented by our nation’s founding fathers! Benjamin Franklin is said to still walk the streets of Philadelphia, and so, too, is Betsy Ross. George Washington is among the many ghosts of Gettysburg – a spooky site that’s home to many of the state’s most infamous ghost stories.
What is the most haunted town in Pennsylvania?
There’s a spectacular array of ghosts in Pennsylvania, particularly in the communities that predate the state’s admission to the Union. You’ll find a variety of real haunted places in Pennsylvania, but Gettysburg is perhaps one of the state’s spookiest places to stay. Easton has its own flavor of haunted history, and Altoona has its own haunted history. There is so much to adore about Pennsylvania, but its ghostly residents have a particular charm of their own.
What is the creepiest abandoned place in Pennsylvania?
Due to its age, there are a number of abandoned places in Pennsylvania. Eastern State Penitentiary is one of the state’s most infamously haunted (and creepily abandoned) sites. As the state has changed significantly since it was initially settled, it has a number of incredible ghost towns that host ruins of yesteryear. There is much history here, so there’s always value in asking around to discover additional local lore and creepy abandoned places – word of mouth is a powerful tool, and nobody knows Pennsylvania quite like Pennsylvanians!
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