Bonaventure Cemetery (Savannah, Georgia).

Located just outside Beautiful and Historic Savannah, Georgia., Bonaventure Cemetery routinely makes most lists of “World’s Most Famous Cemeteries”. Established in 1846, the beautiful Spanish Moss covered oak trees and elaborate headstones bring a medieval gothic vibe that isn't found in many U.S. cemeteries. Many of the headstones date back to the 1800’s and early …

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Waverly Hills Sanatorium: Do You Believe in Ghosts?

Ok, full disclosure: I believe in ghosts, the paranormal, the supernatural, and all that jazz. I believe our universe is far too complex and massive to be only the things we can physically see, touch, or understand. Combine that with my love of history, and I really enjoy learning about and visiting haunted places. I …

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American Pilgrimage Story (Washington D.C.).

The Reflecting Pool and Lincoln Memorial. I’ve been to Washington D.C. once, back in 2003 at the tender age of 13 for my 8th grade graduation school trip. To say I barely remember it is an understatement. It was such a brief and erratic trip – they shuttled us onto a chartered plane at like …

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The Trans-Allegheny Lunatic Asylum (West Virginia).

Considered to be a holy grail for ghost hunting in paranormal circles, the Trans-Allegheny Lunatic Asylum is as haunted as it is historic. We visited this epic beast on the last day of our 2019 East Coast road trip. Although we were driving 12 hours straight from Washington D.C. to Indiana, this was something I’ve …

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