Driving Down This Haunted Rhode Island Road May Give You Nightmares
New England’s rich history means it’s filled with terrifying ghost stories. From haunted mansions and vampire occupied cemeteries, the tales are chilling. Tower Hill Road is one especially eerie road found in one of Little Rhody’s small towns that has led to several reported ghost sightings.
Have you driven down Tower Hill Road, the most haunted road in Rhode Island, before? Do you know of another haunted road in Rhode Island? Share them with your fellow Rhode Island ghost hunters in the comments section below — we love hearing from you!
Are you on the hunt for more haunted places in The Ocean State? (Same!) We put together this haunted road trip in Rhode Island that visits the most (notoriously) haunted places in the state, including, of course, Tower Hill Road.
Tower Hill Road
What are some other haunted places in Rhode Island?
Rhode Island is full of notoriously haunted places. For instance, Cumberland Public Library and Monastery, has various unexplained and creepy occurrences that could scare away even the most avid bookworms. The Providence Athenaeum is another place steeped in haunted lore and legends; home to one of the most famous ghosts in Rhode Island, in fact. The Providence Athenaeum isn’t just known for its striking architecture and impressive history as a member run library. It is also known for its ties to Edgar Allan Poe and poet Sarah Whitman. The two were frequent visitors of the library and it’s said the ghost of Poe himself haunts the top floor. And guess what? Governor Sprague Mansion isn’t just a stunning mansion and museum. The birthplace of two Rhode Island governors, the mansion is said to be haunted by a former resident after his mysterious murder in the 1800s. Everything from actual ghost sightings to objects moving on their own have been reported.
Are there other haunted roads in Rhode Island?
Tower Hill Road is in good ghostly company, it seems. Just near the river on School House Road is the site of the alleged colonial murder of settlers. The road, where the heads of the victims were placed on pikes, is said to still be haunted by their ghosts. Only drive down this road if you’re searching for a ghostly time. Who knew there were so many haunted places in the Ocean State?