Maryland Ghosts & Spirits

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Fort Garrison

The oldest fort in the nation.

The Fort dates back to 1693 when it was built and used during the Revolutionary days. Three ghosts have taken up resident at the Fort and they don't seem to want to leave.

Sweet Briar House

Long history, various hauntings.

One night a teacher was reading in the west parlor. The teacher was sitting in a large green velvet chair. Electricity had been recently installed in the house. The large overhead chandelier was not turned on. The teacher was using a floor lamp. The chandelier lights started going on and off, over and over. The teacher said, "Daisy please stops playing with the lights!" The lights stopped turning off and on, and he thanked Daisy.


The founder's daughter still lingers.

The Inn is haunted by the daughter of the town founder. The sounds of footsteps, and doors opening and closing by themselves take place in the Inn. The Inn was so phantasmagorically active one evening that a planned prom was canceled.

Addy-Sea Inn

Several rooms are reportedly haunted.

The Inn was built by John Addy of Pittsburgh in 1904. This Inn is haunted and a number of rooms are known to have ghostly events happen inside them. A copper bath tub in Room Number 1 sometimes shakes violently by itself. Rooms 1, 6 and 11 are haunted by unknown spirits.

Chadds Ford Inn

Brandywine Creek Battle

Charlie Miller is still searching for his head.

Miller was a colonist who was decapitated by a British cannon. His headless ghost followed his comrades to Chadds Ford, where it happened upon two British snipers who were preparing to snipe George Washington (there commanding troops battling British General Howe, Sep 11, 1777).

Howard Chapel Rd

    part of Sunshine/Unity area

Howard Chapel Rd bridge over the Patuxent River

There is a family cemetery located 1/4 from the bridge along Howard Chapel Rd at Elton Farm Rd. Used between 1892-1939, about 18 grave sites are there. By the dates on the tombstones, there are lots of young people burried there. I have heard by several people that have seen things near the bridge down the road. There are no houses around & very little traffic. I was there last night doing a training drill & had a feeling of being watched the whole time. It's very very dark there at night. There is a parking area next to the bridge.

Evansburg Inn

Bent Elbo Tavern


The strange and surprisingly long-lived Goatman

There is a strange creature know as Goatman which has haunted the outer limits of Prince Georges County for the past several decades. This creature has haunted lonely back country roads and areas filled with dark forest. The creature haunts the area of Fletchertown Road in old Bowie, Lottsford Road in Mitchellville, Tucker Road in Clinton.

Atlantic County Courthouse

Oak Hill Cemetary

Very old cemetary dating from the Civil War era

Caretakers' son tells his recollections

Courtyard by Marriot

Room 201 is haunted by a man who died there.

Room 201 is haunted by a man who died there. According to staff at the time, his body was not found for several days afterward.

Columbia Primative Baptist Church Cemetery

Lady in white

Crawford Road Bridge

Department of Transporation, main office

St. Andrew Hall

Shell Mounds

State Capitol Building

Bloom Elementary

Jicarilla Rd.

Westchester High School

Botanical Garden Girl

Silvergate Retirement Center

Home Depot

Yosemite Lake at the tower

Chaffey High School

Cary House Hotel

Space Ordnance Systems

Lafayette Cemetery

Hayesville Area

Roubidoux Hall, 3rd Floor

    part of Western State College

Driskill Hotel

Main Boy's Club

City Park

San Haven

Allatoona Lake

Brook Run

Old Toomsbaro Hotel

Verizon Building

Dry Creek Cemetery

Kelvyn Park Highschool

Waneta Street

Brookside elementary

The Basket Case

Marysville Pilchuck High School Theatre

Haunted Museum

Town Church

Colgate Palmolive factory

Circus Train

Check-ins & Findings +

  • Luficer -- 9 Dec 2015 -- A group of ten met in Ellicott City for fresh-roasted coffee, dessert and exploration of various spiritual topics. Details
  • Thistle Mill at Ilchester, Md. -- 4 Nov 2015 -- Quick jaunt to site of infamous paperworks, spirit sightings, gruesome deaths, poisonous chemicals, strange goings-on, long dark interest. Numerous photos of the now demolished (and excavated) mill and surrounding area. Liz' rods were wildly communicative (as usual), this time with a spirit identifying itself as "BZZ". We wonder if this was the suicidal Robert Buzzard identified by Lonster in his investigations of the mill. See the old report in EGQ1

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