Here Are The 10 Most Dangerous Places In Pennsylvania After Dark

Pennsylvania’s a beautiful state but, as in any part of the country, there are some places you really just want to take extra precautions when visiting after the sun goes down. The 10 most dangerous places in Pennsylvania, according to the FBI’s latest statistics (2014), as reported by WTAE, are determined based on the population of the area and the number of violent crimes, which include murder and non-negligent manslaughter, rape, robbery, and aggravated assault.

Does your hometown appear on the list? Here’s the 2015 list of the most dangerous places in Pennsylvania if you’re interested in seeing how the rankings have changed.

Address: Mount Oliver, PA 15210, USA
Address: Chester Township, PA, USA
Address: McKeesport, PA, USA
Address: Chester, PA, USA
Address: Upland, PA, USA
Address: Homestead, PA 15120, USA
Address: Indiana, PA 15701, USA
Address: Darby, PA, USA
Address: Ambridge, PA 15003, USA
Address: Duquesne, PA, USA

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Most Dangerous Places in Pennsylvania

June 13, 2022

What are the most scenic towns in Pennsylvania?

Pennsylvania has lots of lovely small towns for you to enjoy, whether you’re on vacation or have lived in the state all your life. We have plenty of favorite scenic towns in Pennsylvania, but here are some of our favorites. Lititz is a favorite for those who love charming boutiques and sweet cafes. And if you are a theater fan, you’ve got to go to New Hope for an amazing show. And Manayunk is great for water views because it’s right on the canal, making for some extra pretty sights as you walk around.

What are the creepiest towns in Pennsylvania?

There are enough haunted towns in our state that we’ve put together a road trip to creepy towns in Pennsylvania for you if you’re looking for some thrills and chills of the supernatural variety. A drive along Hansell Road in Buckingham might lead you to mysterious floating orbs and mysterious beings gazing at you from behind the fog. If you’re looking for some indoor ghosts, head to the famous King George Inn II for some haunted happenings revolving around the Founding Fathers, multiple of whom graced the Inn hundreds of years ago.

What are the smallest towns in Pennsylvania?

Landisburg is one of the smallest towns in Pennsylvania. It only covers 0.1 square miles of land, and has just 195 residents. This town is certainly the opposite of big city life! There are lots of tiny towns you might not know about in our state that have similar small populations. For example, Ursina has about 250 residents. In Taylorstown, you’ll find Taylorstown, which is only home to 217 people. It is an official historic district as well as being a cool place to visit on a day trip.

Address: Mount Oliver, PA 15210, USA
Address: Chester Township, PA, USA
Address: McKeesport, PA, USA
Address: Chester, PA, USA
Address: Upland, PA, USA
Address: Homestead, PA 15120, USA
Address: Indiana, PA 15701, USA
Address: Darby, PA, USA
Address: Ambridge, PA 15003, USA
Address: Duquesne, PA, USA

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