What makes a place haunted? What ties the supernatural to a location and attracts,
entices, or binds spirits, ghosts, energy, and otherworldly phenomenon in such a way that a haunted
place becomes known as a hotspot for the unexplained? No matter the reason, effect, or
consequences—US Ghost Adventures researches, explores, and attempts to uncover the hidden truths and
authenticity behind the science of hauntings and tries to reveal exactly why these locations have
secured their place in history as…America’s Most Haunted.
There are reasons why certain locations around the US are known for their unexplained and abnormal activity. Many believe these places are haunted, but why? US Ghost Adventures believes the truth lies in the history and the tragic and mysterious events tied to each hotspot. We attempt to explain why these same names top the lists of most haunted places year after year after year… According to locals, researchers, spirit enthusiasts, paranormal investigators, and ghost hunters—we now introduce 100 of the most terrifying and infamous places around the country.
Every city and state lays its claim to fame through world-changing inventions, breathtaking architecture, beautiful landscape, infamous historical figures and celebrities, or even unique and rare artifacts and animals. What about haunted history and ghost stories? Some cities have such intriguing, unforgettable, and many times tragic histories and stories that countless people—whether visitors, locals, or just curious souls—will swear these cities are the most haunted places in the country…or even the world.
WELCOME to The Most Haunted Cities in America: Population Unknown
There is no question that certain types of places seem more ominous or unique than others in their ability to capture the fascination and curiosity of thousands if not millions of people. What’s interesting about these locations is their diversity. From more obvious areas such as cemeteries, battlefields, and asylums to seemingly more commonplace spots like restaurants, pubs, and historic houses—they all have one thing in common: something occurred inside their boundaries that will forever mark them as some of the most haunted places in the country. The only questions are–what happened…and why?