How many of us have almost given up on traveling this summer? I made a haunted road trip itinerary for the Ohio and Pennsylvania area. The only thing that I didn’t add was Eastern State Penitentiary. It might be a on the next road trip list. I haven’t totally given up on actually going somewhere before school starts again.
- Detroit-Superior Bridge. Cleveland has an abandoned Subway. Occasionally, the city opens it for tours. Consult their page for more information.
- Spitzer House Bed & Breakfast
- The Haunted House Restaurant.
- Riders Inn
- Haunted Hill View Manor. It was formerly The Lawrence County Home for the Aged, a home for the poor, elderly and the mentally ill. It is open for tours.
- Century Inn. The Inn has hosted many famous guests and a few ghosts.
- Penn’s Cave. You could have a family-friendly trip and hear a ghost story. If you’re lucky, you might even take a tour with the ghost.
- Old Jail Museum. Who doesn’t love a haunted jail?
- Gettysburg National Military Park Museum and Visitor Center. Gettysburg has a lot of history and ghosts.
- Jennie Wade House. If you visit the website, you will find a value plan for tours of 3 historic attractions and a bus tour.
- Farnsworth Ghost Walks and Mourning Theater
My childhood home was considered to be haunted too because there were three graves from the late 1800s in the side yard. We did occasionally hear singing if the weather was just right– but we’re pretty sure it had something to do with metal in the roof somehow intercepting radio signals.
Interesting. I wonder if it was like you had a ghost monitor built into your house. It could’ve been worse than singing, probably.
Thanks for sharing this interesting post! A haunted road trip is such a cool idea!