Florida Haunted Houses
Haunted houses in Florida provide a fun way to enjoy the Halloween spirit. The approach that you’ll find throughout this state is a reflection of the ghost stories that you can find in almost every community. Some of the most famous figures from U.S. history make it into the stories of the paranormal in Florida. The Biltmore Hotel in Coral Gables hosted everyone from Al Capone to FDR. It is one of the most haunted hotels in the state, even with its designation as a National Historic Landmark in 1996. One of the spirits is Thomas Walsh, a gangster who died after a conflict on the 13th floor. You could also make your way to Cassadaga to sit in the Devil’s Chair. Local legends say that if you sit in the large brick structure at midnight, then Lucifer himself will pay you a visit. The Devil also makes an appearance in Port St. Lucie at Oak Hammock Park. Make your way down a natural trail to see a tree that is believed to be inhabited by demonic spirits. Some visitors have seen ghosts hanging from its branches. If you’re ready to have a great time, then the haunted houses of Florida have a reputation for providing an excellent experience. Which one will you visit first?