10 Terrifying Places In Wyoming That Are Truly Mysterious
We should be frightened away by the paranormal and supernatural but instead we seem to be fascinated and drawn right to these scenarios. Here are 10 of the scariest places in Wyoming you can visit to see if you experience anything out of the ordinary. Many of them are considered some of the most haunted places in the country, so don’t go exploring if you aren’t prepared to experience some spirits for yourself.
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It’s interesting that most of these purported haunted sites are either historic areas or hotels. Where do you think the scariest places in Wyoming stand? Let us know in the comments below!
Address: 1600 Central Ave, Cheyenne, WY 82001, USA
Address: Fort Bridger, WY 82933, USA
Address: Fort Laramie, WY, USA
Address: Cedar Mountain, Wyoming 82414, USA
Address: Old Faithful Inn Rd, Wyoming 82190, USA
Address: 344 Arapahoe St, Thermopolis, WY 82443, USA
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April 07, 2020
What are the creepiest cemeteries in Wyoming?
The most eerie cemetery in Wyoming is located in the ghost town of Gebo. This remote town was once a bustling mining city, but life on the frontier was challenging. While most of the town has been demolished, several buildings remain, and the cemetery is untouched. Most of the graves are those of children whose wails and cries can be heard when the wind blows just right.
What are the creepiest places in Wyoming?
Many of Wyoming’s historic hotels are haunted, and there’s something extra eerie about staying overnight in a place packed with paranormal activity. Visit the Occidental Hotel, the Plains Hotel, or the Irma Hotel to encounter some of Wyoming’s most active supernatural hotspots.
Are there any ghost towns in Wyoming?
Wyoming is full of ghost towns! You can visit Kirwin to see a town that was wiped away by an avalanche, visit Atlantic City to dine in an ultra-tiny, mostly shuttered town, tour the Carissa Mine in South Pass City Historic District, or visit the Gebo cemetery mentioned above.
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