Maryland Ghosts & Spirits


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Octagon

Long and colorful history

This house was designed by William Thornton (the architect of the Capitol and Tudor Place) and was built in 1798. It is currently a museum.

The Octagon is the oldest museum in the United States devoted to architecture and design, operated by the American Architectural Foundation. This building was designed by Dr. William Thornton for Col. John Tayloe III, and was constructed between 1799 and 1801.

Waters House

Various reports of lights and sounds

The oldest house in Germantown, dating back to about 1790.

Atlantic County Courthouse

Dr. McFarland House

Lake Accotink Park

Bablat Afif's moans

In the 1800's, a Palestinian immigrant who traveled to the US was brutally tortured and then murdered in the woods near Lake Accotink Park. Area reports include spectral moaning and a ghostly apparition has been seen in human form with a patch over its left eye.

Birchwood Saloon

A young man had been shoveling snow from the roof of an adjacent building when his shovel contacted a power line, electrocuting him.

A young man had been shoveling snow from the roof of an adjacent building when his shovel contacted a power line, electrocuting him.

Willowgrove Hotel

This old hotel dates back to the Civil War.

This old hotel dates back to the Civil War. The origin is unknown, but the spirit of a little girl reportedly haunts the place. She appears to have suffered from burns.

Private residence

Ghost Child

Unknown ghost of a child and possibly others. Minor potergeist activity in a private residence.

Laurel Hall and Oak Hall


    part of University of Pittsburgh

These two dormitories, as well as the woods surrounding the campus, have all been sites of strange happenings.

These two dormitories, as well as the woods surrounding the campus, have all been sites of strange happenings.

Seattle Underground


    part of Pioneer Square Waitsburg

Haunted Underground Tunnels

Apparitions of prostitutes, feelings of pain mostly affecting females. Sightings of shadow people. "Minor" spirit seen in the "vault" Overwhelming presence of spirits. "Static Charge" Noises can be heard. It is said that a ghost walks the tunnel with it's severed head with the machinery that killed him following behind.
The movie The Stalker shows this Serial Killer "living" in this underground city.

Mt. Zion Church Cemetery

Crawford Road Bridge

Anson Light

Pace Hall


    part of Troy State University

Blue-Ridge High School

Superstition Mountains

Bell Gardens Park

U.S. Naval Weapons Station

Gravity Hill

McMinnimises Grand Lodge

The Dollar Tree Store

Brantly House

Fort Bridger State Historic Site

Silver Cliff Cemetery

Soldiers Water Hole

Crosby County Courthouse

West 7th railroad crossing

Webster House Company #3

Moodus Lake

Torries Den

East Village Cemetery

Corinth Church

Apple Creek Country Club

Potter's Field


    part of Erwin High school

Bremen High School Gym

Demon House

Paul Jones Hall


    part of Reinhardt College

Ihilani Resort

Diamond Head Tennis Center

Ammon Cemetery

The House of Blues

Kelvyn Park Highschool

Dalrymple hall and Howland Dormitory


    part of Marlboro College

City Hall

Western State Lunatic Asylum

old North Davis jr. High

Photo Building at Ditto Area

Carpenter Paper Company

Peaceful Acers

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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