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Real Haunted Places Across Maryland

Across ##Region##, there are countless locations that are believed to be haunted, ranging from houses & hotels, to lighthouses, roadways, and wooded areas - ghosts and spirits don't seem to discriminate when it comes to what locations they're haunting! Find out all about Maryland's unique haunted locales, many of which are open to the public, and if you're feeling very brave, visit one of these exciting haunted places!
 
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  •   USCGC Taney Baltimore, MD
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    This U.S. Coast Guard Ship is the only surviving combat ship from Pearl Harbor. It was attacked by kamikaze pilots 119 times during World War II and is believed to be haunted by former crewman. Haunting reports here include apparitions, footsteps, voices, including through the ship's PA system, which is no longer in operation. The site has also been investigated by TV's Ghost Hunters... Read More

    Categories: Real Haunted Places | Real Haunted Museums

  •   Adkin's Hardware Store Berlin, MD
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    Dating back to the early 1900s, this old-fashioned hardware store is rumored to be haunted by a former owner, who has been heard moving through the aisles after hours. The building also has a clock inside that stopped and never started again when its owner died and a shadowy apparition. Read More

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  •   Barbara Fritchie House Frederick, MD
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    This home now operates as a museum and is believed to be haunted by the ghost of Barbara Fritchie, the heroine of The Ballad of Barbara Fritchie, written by John Greenleaf Whittier in 1864. Haunting reports here include a chair that rocks by itself, a pair of feet that have been seen underneath a quilt that is draped over it. Lights are also known to turn on and off by themselves in the... Read More

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  •   Landon House Frederick, MD
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    This historic home dates back to about 1849 and is also known as the Stancioff House. It was said to have once been used as a makeshift hospital during the Civil War after a deadly battle took place nearby. Reports here include phantom screams, cries and prayers, or sounds of soldiers begging for help. The basement of the home is where slaves were once kept and abused, and those who go... Read More

    Categories: Real Haunted Houses | Real Haunted Places

  •   Miller's Church Hagerstown, MD
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    This church dates back to the 1930s and stories say it was taken over by devil worshippers, and that practitioners would sacrifice young girls here. The church suddenly burned down, but there are ghost stories surrounding the area to this day. Some have reported having car trouble here for no reason, and one story says a boy went to get help after his car broke down, and came back to... Read More

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  •   Summerseat Farm Mechanicsville, MD
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    This farm is rumored to be haunted and has even been investigated by ghost hunters. Haunting reports here include lights that turn on by themselves, bed covers that move on their own, and a rosary that has swung by itself. On the property is also a cemetery, which may be the reason to the hauntings. Read More

    Categories: Real Haunted Places | Real Haunted Nature & Outdoors (ie. Haunted Woods)

  •   USS Torsk Baltimore, MD
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    This ship is part of the historic fleet of Historic Ships in Baltimore and is located at the Baltimore Maritime Museum. It is said to be haunted by a sailor that stands on the deck after being killed when the sub was forced to dive. His ghost has been spotted trying to get back onto the ship. Read More

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  •   Bladensburg Dueling Grounds Colmar Manor, MD
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    This area is now a park, but when dueling was outlawed in the district limits, it became a spot where men could defend their honor. Commodore Stephen Decatur was killed here in 1820, and his apparition has been spotted ever since, as well as other shadowy figures. Read More

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  •   Point Lookout Light Lexington Park, MD
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    This lighthouse dates back to the 1800s and has a rich history of paranormal activity. The lighthouse and its surrounding areas are said to stem from centures of shipwrecks and bodies found washed ashore. The site has been featured on a number of television shows. Read More

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    This national historic site was home of the famous wartime nurse for the last 15 years of her life and is believed to be haunted by her spirit. Witnesses have claimed to see her apparition around the place. Read More

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  •   USS Constellation Baltimore, MD
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    Built in 1797, this ship is said to be haunted by a number of ghosts. The spirits include that of Neil Harvey, who was executed when he left his assigned station at his gun in fear during a 1799 battle with the French, Captain Thomas Truxtun, who has been seen wearing old-fashioned Navy uniform, Carl Hansen, the ship's watchman until 1965, an 11-year-old surgeon’s assistant who was... Read More

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  •   Town Hall - Williamsport Williamsport, MD
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    One of the ghosts that is said to haunt this town hall building is that of a former employee, "Bus" Seymore, who has been heard typing upstairs. Another is a young girl who sits in the conference room and has a thing for flashlights. Disembodied footsteps have been reported here as well. Read More

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