Mississippi Haunted Houses
Even though the playful haunted houses that develop each October can provide a fun fright, you will find that Mississippi also offers an entire history of ghostly encounters. The McRaven Tour Home in Vicksburg is often described as the most haunted place in the state. There are at least 11 people buried on the property, and some of them like to come out to play at night. King’s Tavern in Natchez is another popular destination. An expansion to the building discovered a space that held three skeletons and a dagger. Several ghosts like to haunt you while enjoying a meal or your favorite beverage. Windsor Ruins, Rowan Oak, and even the Vicksburg National Military Park offer unique experiences. You could also travel down the Devil Worshipper Road, a place where a farmer reportedly sold his soul to a Goat Man holding a pitchfork. Plan your adventures early if you want to see the haunted houses of Mississippi. Tickets sell quickly, and some locations have limited hours for the frightful fun.