Haunted Pennsylvania: Does it send a Shiver Down your Spine? Well, here is a list of galore of the best haunted attractions in the state of Pennsylvania.
The place that has long been related with the dread of ghouls, ghosts, goblins, rattling chains, dark lights and skeletons. Well, these are here to stay as the crispy ambiance of the autumn hums a tune of longings lurking behind the shadowed spaces. Here are the haunted places in Pennsylvania.
Gettysburg Ghost Train:
This one helps you explore the dark and blood curdling haunts of Adams County. As one of the best known haunted places in Pennsylvania, this is where you are taken on a round trip, all of 16 miles, throughout the Ghost Train which itself is an exploration into the realms of the unknown.
The legends and tales of Gettysburg were chronicled by the well known historian and author Mark Nesbitt. Tourist guides are provided by the Ghosts of Gettysburg Candlelight Walking Tours.
This place is a haunted trail where travelers are taken through ghouls and eerie spirits with special effects and live actors. These haunted places in Pennsylvania are where guests are taken through meandering scary trails with refreshments served from the Terre Haunted Park Cafe.
Terror behind the Walls:
The Eastern State Penitentiary is a massive gothic structure that is counted as one of the foremost haunted places in Pennsylvania. Once the world’s famous prisons, this was the home of Al Capone and Slick Willie Sutton, the notorious bank robber.
In fact, the room known as Terror behind the Walls was voted as no. 6 amid America’s best haunted place. It comprises of particular effects of Hollywood style, digital sound and light effects, habit props as well as animatronics creatures.
Pittsburg Scare house:
It houses the Screamatoruim and the Hall of Nightmares, the extreme haunt.
So there you have just a few haunted places in Pennsylvania to wet your appetite. To find out the number one haunted attraction in the state of Pennsylvania see my link below.
Have you ever heard something go bump in the night and wondered if someone was there? Only to go looking for the cause of the noise and find not one thing at all. Or how in regards to unexplainably sentiment like you’re being watched when you’re totally alone? Things disappearing for no reason or strange ghostly footsteps in the hall?
This book is a collage of short stories regarding a few of the otherworldly experiences I’ve had. Although they are not movie worthy, you may find them interesting. All the stories are %100 true. Nothing has been added for dramatic effect.
- Published on: 2011-10-23
- Released on: 2011-10-23
- Format: Kindle eBook
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10 of 11 people found the following review helpful.
Great Halloween Read!!!
By B. Carrigan
After reading Oceans of Red Volume 1, I could not help but jump towards this book! Willow has a way of writing that makes her books totally addicting! Each of these short tales of hauntings were “spooky” yet hilarous at the same time. I love how she incorporated stories where she was completely at ease with the “others” and stories where she was actually afraid herself! My favorite was the last story about the “Blue Girl” in the older house. Every time I move I am always curious to find what was left behind, although I have never found anything as fun as that painting! This is definitely a fun read for the Halloween holiday.
4 of 4 people found the following review helpful.
Good, Realistic Stories
By G. Kimball
Whether these stories are true or not (being a big believer in ghosts and spirits I rather think they are) it is still great to read. She tells them with such believability that it’s hard to dismiss them as imagination or fabrication. The fact that they are low-key is more in line with an unembellished story and my own experiences that I do think they are true. Way to go, Williow, if more people tried to tell their stories the way you did, without much embellishment and how people would really act, then maybe we could convince some of the skeptics. My particular favorite was The Little Blu Girl. I loved how the author wasn’t frightened away by a few noises. I have to admit that in the second story I probably would have grabbed my gun also.
3 of 3 people found the following review helpful.
I truly enjoyed this quick little read, it’s mildly creepy but not too much. I could see these stories being read on a stormy winter day, by a fireplace.
Just a little compilation of a few short stories, of true life happenings the author has experienced.
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