Spiritually Active Cemeteries
If you are interested in experiencing the supernatural first hand, there are some cemeteries that almost guarantee you will not leave a skeptic. Come explore some of the world’s most haunted cemeteries…but don’t forget to hold your breath as you drive by, or you might breathe in the spirit of someone who has recently died!
Stull Cemetery in Stull, Kansas
The quiet Stull Cemetery located between Topeka and Kansas City, in the town of Stull, Kansas, is listed by many haunting guides as one of the “Seven Portals to Hell” and one of the most haunted cemeteries in America.
Paris Catacombs in Paris, France
Listed by many among the world’s most haunted places, the Paris Catacombs, buried deep beneath the streets of Paris, hold the bones of over six million French dead, interred in the empty limestone quarries from 1785 through the 1800s.
St. Louis Cemetery No. 1 in New Orleans, Louisiana
Meet the Voodoo Queen of New Orleans Marie Laveau. Multiple ghosts are said to haunt the famous St. Louis Cemetery No. 1 in New Orleans, however she is the one who most people encounter.
Union Cemetery in Easton, Connecticut
A favorite cemetery for ghost photographers, Union Cemetery is most famous for the “White Lady” who has been seen by many walking through the cemetery at night. Other ghosts, including Indian spirits, are also said to haunt the graveyard.
Resurrection Cemetery in Chicago, Illinois
One of America’s favorite ghost stories is the tale of the vanishing hitchhiker, Resurrection Mary. Resurrection Cemetery, located in Justice, Illinois, has been home to this famous spirit since the 1930’s. The famous burned and twisted bars at the gate of Resurrection Cemetery were unfortunately removed.
Silver Cliff Cemetery in Silver Cliff, Colorado
Ghost sightings in the haunted Silver Cliff Cemetery date back to the 1880’s. Ghosts of pioneers are believed to be the cause of the blue balls of light that float over the graves.