• The Town of Perryville Ky

    Perryville Ky Battlefield as its main draw for the people of Perryville but the town itself has as many ghosts as residents. It’s a historical town that could be considered a museum. Home to the bloodiest battle in Ky history with more than 7000 deaths or injuries or missing soldiers. Read more [...]

  • The Pfister Hotel

    Built in 1893 by the Pfister family the hotel to this day is still haunted by Charles Pfister who is often seen standing in the stairwell as well as shadows of animals. The Pfister hotel is one of the top haunted locations in Wisconsin.

  • Ohio State Reformatory

    In Mansfield Ohio stands a historical reformatory that housed the most famous and meanest criminals of all times. Countless paranormal teams have investigated there cell blocks for spirits of murdered inmates or guards killed in ways out minds can’t even imagine. Take a look at the website and schedule a Read more [...]

  • The McMackin House

    The McMackin Family came to Salem Il. In 1850 where they settled and raised a family. The large home was in the family for generation before it finally was sold and used as a funeral home and later it became several restaurants. The home has a multitude of stories of Read more [...]

  • Jailhouse Pizza

    A pizza restaurant in the Old Meade County Jail built in 1906. The former jail housed Hank Williams Sr and John Hunt Morgan ( Morgan’s Raiders) and many hangings were carried out from the second floor floor drop. The actual jail cells still exist and you actually dine from inside Read more [...]

  • Louisville Palace Theater

    A Louisville landmark and still a venue today for the arts and music concerts Paranormal activity reported from children running the isles to a balcony section employees won’t go alone and artists won’t use dressing rooms for the bad feelings and film room man who had a heart attack and Read more [...]

  • Maple Hill Manor

    Haunted Location Maple Hill is not on most Paranormal groups radars but it is one location that should be at the top of the list. It’s was once used as a Civil War Encampment and after the War of Perryville it was used as a Union Field Hospital. It was Read more [...]