As local travel experts, we know what travelers are looking for when it comes to finding the perfect accommodations for their next trip. To compile our lists, we scour the internet to find properties with excellent ratings and reviews, desirable amenities, nearby attractions, and that something special that makes a destination worthy of traveling for.
If you are partial to ghost stories, haunted tales, and spooky happenings, a little paranormal activity might be just what your overnight getaway needs. And, if you’re tired of the generic hotel experience, you’re in luck. Look no further. Below you’ll find a list of some of the most haunted hotels in Pennsylvania. Even if you don’t encounter a ghost — and you very well might — you’ll leave with some fascinating tales to tell.
Have you ever had a paranormal experience or stayed in any of these haunted hotels in Pennsylvania? Be sure to share your experiences with us — paranormal or otherwise — in the comments below. We would love to hear from you!
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Haunted Hotels in Pennsylvania
Beth C. |August 22, 2022
Does Pennsylvania have any other haunted destinations?
Yes, there certainly are other haunted destinations in Pennsylvania. The state is renowned for its haunted activities and they aren't just exclusive to hotels and accommodations. In fact, we've even outlined a road trip that will take you to the most haunted places in Pennsylvania including:
Hill View Manor in New Castle. This once served as a home for patients and the elderly when it first opened in 1926. Today, it's said that there are over 100 buried bodies on the property. One of the most famous ghosts is a former resident by the name of Mary Virginia, and it's said that she continues to wander the property.
Mishler Theater in Altoona. Theater-goers have reported some mysterious happenings, such as the smell of cigar smoke inside the building.
Van Sant Covered Bridge. It's here that visitors have heard the disembodied sounds of infants crying.
King George Inn II in Bristol
Eastern State Penitentiary in Philadelphia
Pennhurst State Hospital and School in Spring City
Devil's Den in Gettysburg
Coulterville Cemetery in Pittsburgh.
How many of these haunted destinations in Pennsylvania would you dare to visit?