Blennerhassett, West Virginia is an island that is full of tales of treason, tragedy, and heartbreak. The island just might be haunted by a troubled ghost who longs to reunite with her family. Read on to find out more about this haunted island in West Virginia.

Have you visited this haunted island in West Virginia? Let us know in the comments! For more information about visiting one of the most haunted places in West Virginia, head to the Blennerhassett Island Historical State Park website.

To see more haunted places in West Virginia, try this haunted road trip.

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Are there any ghost towns in West Virginia?

West Virginia sure does have ghost towns. In fact, there are over 60 throughout the state! The abandoned town of Kaymoor had experienced a fire in 1960 which destroyed most of the buildings. A couple of years later, the mine was closed and the town was all but forgotten. Today, you can see all that remains via a one-mile hike. You can learn more in this post. Located in Pocahontas County, there’s a ghost town found high up in the mountains. The former town of Spruce was a mining town founded in 1902 and due to its location, the only way to get there was by rail. During the 1920s, people started leaving and Spruce became a ghost town. You can read more in this article.

What are some of the most haunted places in West Virginia?

Aside from Blennerhassett, there are many other haunted places in the Mountain State. Some of these places can be found in our Definitive Guide To All Things Haunted And Creepy In West Virginia. Read about the most haunted road, house, prison, and many other spooky places that you may (or may not) want to visit. 

What are some other creepy places in West Virginia?

If you enjoy the spine-tingling thrill of creepy places, you should consider taking our haunted road trip to the scariest places in West Virginia. This trip starts in the notoriously haunted town of Shepherdstown, after which you’ll head to Harpers Ferry, the Lake Shawnee Amusement Park, and more before it ends at the Trans-Allegheny Lunatic Asylum.

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