Haunted Places in Latimer, Mississippi



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    Aunt Jenny's Catfish Restaurant

    Ocean Springs, Mississippi

    8.4 miles from Latimer, MS

    Multiple reports of haunted happenings in Aunt Jenny's. Lights flicker, and light bulbs unscrew themselves. A man also appears in the bar and vanishes.


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    Rock 'n Roll Graveyard

    Ocean Springs, Mississippi

    8.4 miles from Latimer, MS

    William Seymour Memorial Cemetery is commonly called the Rock n' roll graveyard by locals due to the prevalence of parties that teenagers have there. Regardless, there are some reports of hauntings, most notably of a woman in white rocking in a rocking chair(?).


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    Keesler Air Force Base

    Biloxi, Mississippi

    9.5 miles from Latimer, MS

    Three distinct hauntings are said to have occurred at the Air Force Base. The first ghost is reported to have been the ghost of a cadet who hanged himself to death and his was said to be a malevolent entity who haunted the room he died in. His ...


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    Cabana Courtyard Apartments

    Biloxi, Mississippi

    10.8 miles from Latimer, MS

    Residents of this apartment block have reported hearing the sound of someone falling down the stairs and the sounds of babies crying, and seeing a shadowy figure standing on the stairs of the apartment. Footsteps are heard when there is no one around. (Submitted by Callum Swift)


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    Johns Bayou Road and Mt. Pleasant

    Vancleave, Mississippi

    13 miles from Latimer, MS

    Allegedly several car accidents have all occurred where someone driving alone at night is struck by a phantom car that comes out of nowhere and disappears. No reports on the blood alcohol level of the drivers making the claims at the time of the crashes.


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    Singing River

    Gautier, Mississippi

    16.6 miles from Latimer, MS

    Legend states that the Pascagoula River was the site of a mass suicide by the Pascagoula Indian tribe. Facing enslavement and slaughter from a pending battle against a superior force, they chose suicide en masse rather than facing defeat. As the marched into the water, they sang a ...


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    The Old Place

    Gautier, Mississippi

    18.5 miles from Latimer, MS

    It is rumored that the former plantation is haunted by the former slaves that lived there.


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    Bellevue - The Longfellow Place

    Pascagoula, Mississippi

    24.1 miles from Latimer, MS

    The home of a former slave trader, Bellevue is reportedly haunted by the ghosts of slaves abused and murdered there. Legend states that the mistress of the house was particularly cruel to the slaves and would often beat them to near death, and more than a few would later ...


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    The Blue Rose

    Pass Christian, Mississippi

    27.4 miles from Latimer, MS

    The ghost of the woman who used to own the place appears in mirrors and in the front hall. Although it used to be a restaurant it is now a place where weddings and other events are held.


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    Harbour Oaks Inn

    Pass Christian, Mississippi

    27.4 miles from Latimer, MS

    Once the "Crescent Hotel" during the Civil War, this building was later a hospital, and eventually became the celebrated "Harbour Oaks Inn" under the ownership of Diane and Anthony Brugger. Several ghosts were known to exist on premises. Sadly, the Harbour Oaks Inn was completely demolished by Hurricane Katrina in ...


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    Bay Town Inn

    Bay St. Louis, Mississippi

    31.4 miles from Latimer, MS

    The former Bay Town Inn was destroyed by a storm surge during Hurricane Katrina, but guests at the current inn have reported encountering the apparitions of a French family who built the original house, as well as hearing whispering voices. (Submitted by Callum Swift)


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    Bay St. Louis City Hall Building

    John C. Stennis Space Center, Mississippi

    31.7 miles from Latimer, MS

    The Bay St. Louis City Hall, a 109-year-old municipal building that once housed the city jail, is rumored to be haunted. Witnesses say objects move on their own, doors open and close, bright lights appear, and footsteps can be heard on the steps. According to reports, in 1928 a man ...


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    Bayou La Batre Jail

    Bayou La Batre, Alabama

    38.1 miles from Latimer, MS

    When I first read "Bayou La Batre" in relation to ghosts, I had an overwhelming urge to yell "Run, Forrest! Run!" I refrained. In any event people claim that you can see the ghost of a man leaving a specific cell, and a toilet flushing *even though no ...


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    Gwodz Rd - Patruski Gwonz Road

    Coden, Alabama

    40.4 miles from Latimer, MS

    Rumored to be haunted by the ghosts of black men who were hanged along the road by members of the KKK.


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    Brooklyn Cemetery

    Brooklyn, Mississippi

    40.6 miles from Latimer, MS

    Reportedly haunted by the ghost of a young boy who is often seen walking through the cemetery.


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    Seaman's Bethel Chapel Theatre

    Mobile, Alabama

    42.3 miles from Latimer, MS

    Allegedly haunted by the ghost of a former sea captain and the ghost of a young child who hangs out in the basement.


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    Sycamore Church Cemetery

    Carriere, Mississippi

    45.9 miles from Latimer, MS

    Supposedly if you sit on a bench that's in the cemetery you will feel a cold spot (probably not seeping up from the concrete bench) and someone breathing behind you.


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    Kali Oka Plantation - Oak Grove Plantation

    Latimer, Alabama

    46.4 miles from Latimer, MS

    Kali Oka Plantation, also called Oak Grove Plantation, is haunted by the apparition of a dark-skinned man who is 7 feet tall. In life, he was the bodyguard and housekeeper of the home's former resident. The ghostly guard has been seen standing on the front porch.


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    Crybaby Bridge

    Saraland, Alabama

    48 miles from Latimer, MS

    Legend has it a woman drowned her baby near the bridge and you can still hear its death cries.


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    Kate Shepard House Bed and Breakfast

    Mobile, Alabama

    48.3 miles from Latimer, MS

    The historic bed and breakfast is haunted by the apparition of an elderly woman, who has been seen in guest rooms all over the building. A strange presence has been felt by guests and staff. (Submitted by Callum Swift)


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    Indian Mound Park

    Dauphin Island, Alabama

    49.1 miles from Latimer, MS

    Much of Dauphin Island where this park is located is reported to be haunted. This park houses an ancient Indian burial ground and it is claimed that can still hear the music and chanting of long ago ceremonies.


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    Boyington Oak - Church Street Cemetery

    Mobile, Alabama

    49.6 miles from Latimer, MS

    At this old cemetery behind the Mobile Library's main branch, there is an oak tree growing out of the grave of a man named Boyington. It is said that he was an African American who was executed for a crime that he did not commit. According to local lore, his ...


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    Malaga Inn

    Mobile, Alabama

    50 miles from Latimer, MS

    The inn was originally two separate houses built in 1862, which were joined together in the 20th century to form the inn. The apparition of a lady in white has been seen pacing the balcony of Room #007, as well as chandeliers swinging when no one is around, furniture getting ...


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    Fort Conde Inn

    Mobile, Alabama

    50.2 miles from Latimer, MS

    Voices are heard in the inn when no one is around. An unusual presence is felt on the second floor of the inn. (Submitted by Callum Swift)


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    Battle House Renaissance Hotel

    Mobile, Alabama

    50.3 miles from Latimer, MS

    Ghostly voices have been heard, shadowy apparition are seen, and faucets turn on and off by themselves. (Submitted by Callum Swift)


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    Fort Gaines

    Dauphin Island, Alabama

    51.1 miles from Latimer, MS

    Ghostly apparitions, cold spots, shadows and numerous other reports of hauntings make Fort Gaines a highly haunted hot spot. Definitely worth checking out.


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    Palestine Graveyard

    Picayune, Mississippi

    51.3 miles from Latimer, MS

    There are allegedly sightings of the ghost of a woman who killed herself in the cemetery after being jilted at the altar.


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    USS Alabama Battleship

    Mobile, Alabama

    51.7 miles from Latimer, MS

    Ghostly footsteps, strange voices and hatches slamming shut comprise the majority of the ghostly activity on board this retired Battleship. Haunted or not, we hope the sailors rest in peace.


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    Fort Morgan

    Gulf Shores, Alabama

    54.6 miles from Latimer, MS

    Reports of shadowy people, strange mists and noises and an oppressive feeling of dread that descends, often right before the appearance of a male apparition. Fort Morgan has seen its share of death and war, did some soldiers linger on here?


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    Northshore Regional Medical Center

    Slidell, Louisiana

    54.9 miles from Latimer, MS

    Reportedly haunted by two ghosts. The employees refer to one of them as Reggie. The other is just a black mist.


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    Myrtle Grove Cemetery

    Lumberton, Mississippi

    56.3 miles from Latimer, MS

    Ghostly shadows, full body apparitions and feelings of dread (could that be because you are in a cemetery and confronting your own mortality) are the meat that makeup this haunting report.


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    Old Daphne Masonic Hall

    Daphne, Alabama

    57.6 miles from Latimer, MS

    The 1920's masonic building is haunted by a ghostly soldier who perished during combat in the woods adjacent to the hall. His body was never found, and it has been speculated that his spirit is responsible for a pair of strange lights seen roaming the nearby forest and the ...


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    Fort Pike

    New Orleans, Louisiana

    57.8 miles from Latimer, MS

    -Built in 1816, Fort Pike was named after Zebulon Pike of Pike's Peak fame. The site was abandoned in 1890--by the living, anyway. Some say the ghost of a sergeant has been seen about the place, and witnesses have described a feeling of being watched as well as the sound ...


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    Burnt Bridge

    Purvis, Mississippi

    60.5 miles from Latimer, MS

    Although the old bridge has been replaced, legend has it that it used to be haunted by a girl in a prom dress who was killed there.


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    387 Old Corinth Rd

    Petal, Mississippi

    60.8 miles from Latimer, MS

    Its an old two story house that has been there for at least 20 to 30 years, unkept, and feels like you're being drawn towards it. Ever time I walk past it, its feels like danger, like something demonic is calling me to come with him or her somewhere. A ...


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    Woodhaven Dairy

    Silverhill, Alabama

    63.5 miles from Latimer, MS

    This is another haunting story that needs to be taken with a shaker of salt. Legend has it you can smell blood in the old dairy barn, which is a neat trick since the exact location of the structure is not known (the structure itself is long gone). ...


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    Old Public Library

    Bay Minette, Alabama

    69.1 miles from Latimer, MS

    People claim to feel unseen presences watching and hovering over them in the library.


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    Maple Street Bakery

    Abita Springs, Louisiana

    69.8 miles from Latimer, MS

    Maple Street Bakery is housed in a building that's over 100 years old and has been a convalescent home, a private house, an art gallery and an insurance office. And, it's said to be haunted, as evidenced by footsteps on the porch, electrical anomalies, doors that open or close by ...


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    Old SSA Convent

    Covington, Louisiana

    71.2 miles from Latimer, MS

    Claims of screaming, eerie noises and other ghostly events. Considering the amount of graffiti and evidence of teen partying littered about the place, there might be a more mundane explanation for the noises coming from the place, but take a walk in the woods and decide for yourself.


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    Deason Home

    Ellisville, Mississippi

    76.8 miles from Latimer, MS

    During the Civil War, a man who was in charge of hunting down deserters was killed on the front porch of the Deason Home and as he slowly expired his blood seeped into the wood flooring leaving a stain that could never be washed away. The floor was finally replaced, ...


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    Railroad Crossing

    Wagarville, Alabama

    77.6 miles from Latimer, MS

    The ubiquitous haunting of a man who fell asleep on the railroad tracks and was killed who now haunts the tracks.


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    Chalmette Battlefield

    Chalmette, Louisiana

    78.2 miles from Latimer, MS

    The decisive battle in the War of 1812 was fought here, an unnecessary battle in the minds of some, as the war was essentially over. The lives lost were essentially wasted. Do soldiers who died still haunt this ground?


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    Jackson Barracks

    New Orleans, Louisiana

    79.2 miles from Latimer, MS

    The ghost in residence is said to be 1st Sgt. Henry Brunig, who killed himself here in 1937. Reports said that Brunig assisted with the care of the horses, and he had pronounced 21 horses too old unfit for work, so they were shot to death. The next day, Brunig's ...


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    The White Lady of Wagarville

    Wagarville, Alabama

    79.8 miles from Latimer, MS

    Yet another 'urban legend' type cautionary tale of a poor unfortunate woman who was raped and killed (though there appears to be no corroborating evidence to that effect) and therefore doomed to walk the earth and expressing her rage by shaking people's cars. It seems every state has one, and ...


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    The Lookout Inn

    New Orleans, Louisiana

    80 miles from Latimer, MS

    The appropriately named hotel used to be an actual lookout along the Mississippi River. Some say parties can be heard going on in unoccupied rooms, and cold spots and unexplained noises have been noted by guests. There is also a bathtub that fills itself, reported to be linked to a ...


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    Bacchanal

    New Orleans, Louisiana

    80.2 miles from Latimer, MS

    Reports say that this old bar houses many spirits, and not just the drinking kind. Witnesses say that inside, the presence of those who are no longer with us can be felt.


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    St. Roch Cemetery

    New Orleans, Louisiana

    80.6 miles from Latimer, MS

    This cemetery, which honors Saint Roch, patron saint of dogs and invalids, is said to be haunted by a large black ghost dog. According to reports, the dog has shown up both on photographs and videotape. Guided cemetery tours are available.


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    Madame Mineurcanal's House

    New Orleans, Louisiana

    80.9 miles from Latimer, MS

    According to the scary tales told about this place, Madame Mineurcanal, a former owner, hanged herself from an overhead beam on the third floor after killing her beloved dog. Her apparition has been seen here with her little white dog. Cold spots, moaning sounds and a dog's barking also have ...


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    Lanaux Mansion

    New Orleans, Louisiana

    81.4 miles from Latimer, MS

    This 1876 bed-and-breakfast inn boasts the ghost of original owner Charles Johnson. His apparition has been seen walking through the house, all dressed in black.


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    Old U.S. Mint

    New Orleans, Louisiana

    81.4 miles from Latimer, MS

    Built at the orders of Andrew Jackson, the mint began operation in 1838. During the Civil War, it was used to print Confederate currency and even served a short time as a military barracks. Money was printed here until the early 1900s. Perhaps the ghost who resides on the second ...


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