Posts from Beyond the Grave: Hauntings Edition

Hey y’all! My name is Jackie Torrance, and I’m from TYOH’s sister site Superficial Gallery. I’m so thrilled to be here! With October having begun, now seems like the perfect time to explore some of the best haunted locations from the TYoH ghostly back catalog!

1) Every Stone Is Mouldering Slow: The 25 Creepiest Places on Earth From the Takakonuma Greenland Park to the Winchester Mystery House, there is an entire array of creepy places on Earth. But if you really wanna make your blood run cold, here are 25 of the creepiest!

2) La Isla de las Munecas: The Horror of Doll Island  Have a fear of dolls? Then La Isla de las Munecas will definitely give you the chills! This Mexican island is populated by decaying dolls, hung around the island by the former caretaker in memory of a little girl who drowned in one of the island’s canals.

3) The Ghost Who Walks: 10 Most Haunted Places in America  From the Bell Witch Cave in Tennessee, the Stepp Cemetery in Indiana, and the Moundsville Penitentiary in West Virginia, there are plenty of Haunted Locations in America if you’re looking to plan a spooky road trip! One of these places I’d love to visit is the Stanley Hotel in Colorado!

4) Specters in the Stacks: 13 Haunted Libraries  Do you like books? Do you like haunted places? Good news! This list combines both of those things, and will tell you all about various haunted libraries such as the Peoria Public Library and the Murray and Leonie Guggenheim Memorial Library. Take a road trip and check out a book…if you dare!

5) Check Out Anytime You Like: The Macabre History of LA’s Hotel Cecil  Los Angeles’ Hotel Cecil has a horrific history, so horrific in fact, that it was part of the inspiration for the Hotel Cortez in American Horror Story: Hotel. Multiple suicides have occurred at the Hotel Cecil, and prolific serial killer Richard Ramirez even stayed at the hotel in the weeks before his capture.

Are you looking to take a spooky road trip? Have you visited any of these haunted locales? If so, tell us in the comments! 



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  1. I knew libraries were bad news! Good post.

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