If you love all things spooky, creepy, and haunted, there are numerous destinations to check out when you’re in Utah. From eerie motels to haunted hiking trails, we think there are countless opportunities to have a paranormal experience in the Beehive State. One place that certainly belongs on the list of the spookiest places in Utah is also extremely beautiful — the Washington City Cemetery. Don’t just take our word for it, read on to discover more about this haunted cemetery in Utah.

Have you ever been to the Washington City Cemetery in southern Utah? Have you heard about this old man who haunts this cemetery? Or, do you know of other haunted cemeteries in Utah? Let us know in the following comments section.

Salt Lake City is home to not only one of the most haunted cemeteries in Utah, but it is one of the most haunted destinations in the entire state! Check out our article about another haunted cemetery in Utah to learn even more about this creepy location in Utah.

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What are some popular haunted attractions in Utah?

Aside from Washington City Cemetery, here are some popular haunted attractions in Utah:

  • The Haunted Grist Mill: There have been claims of paranormal activity at this historic site that was active in the 1850s through the 1940s.
  • The Rock Canyon Trail: Although stunning, many people have died on this scenic trail in Utah. There have also been claims of hearing a woman crying on this hike.
  • Rio Grande Depot We think you'll have a blast hunting for apparitions when you visit this historical site in Utah.


What are some ghost towns to visit in Utah?

Here are some ghost towns to visit in Utah:

  • Frisco in Beaver County: This former mining town once had 26 saloons!
  • Grafton in Washington County: Once led by Brigham Young, this historical town was built with the intention of growing cotton.
  • Latuda in Carbon County: Once a thriving community, this ghost town was officially deserted as of 1968. There have even been claims that an actual ghost calls Latuda her home.
  • Thistle in Utah County: When trains changed from steam to diesel, this former town began to see its population decline.

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