Most Haunted Places in Maryland

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    Antietam National Battlefield

    Sharpsburg, Maryland
    This historic Civil War National Park battlefield from 1862, where many lives were lost, is said to be haunted by the ghosts of soldiers and the sounds of phantom gunfire and shouts, drum beats and war songs. Some visitors have presumed to be looking at reenactors playing a part in a historic...
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    EHP Rating: 90.9

    Witch's Tree

    Whaleyville, Maryland
    This gnarled, bizarre-looking cypress tree is often said to be in Selbyville, Delaware, but it is in fact on Swamp Road just over the state line in Whaleyville, MD (see the map for the precise location). Almost everyone who has ever walked up to the tree has experienced something strange - chills...
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    EHP Rating: 90.5

    Hampton House

    Towson, Maryland
    This 1700s mansion, now a house museum, is said to be the home of several ghosts including Priscilla Ridgely of the original owners' family, whose apparition has been seen throughout the house, and Cygnet Swann, an 1800s resident, the daughter of Governor Swann, who died under mysterious...
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    EHP Rating: 89.7

    Old South Mountain Inn

    Boonsboro, Maryland
    Legend has it that a ghost saved this 1730s historic inn from being destroyed by fire. It was the ghost of Madeline Dahlgren, owners say, who opened a door that normally remains shut, which allowed an employee to smell the smoke coming from a fire that had erupted in the back....
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    EHP Rating: 88.9

    Landon House

    Frederick, Maryland
    Built in 1754, this home was used as a Civil War makeshift hospital after a deadly battle nearby. Witnesses have heard phantom screams, cries, and prayers, or the sounds of soldiers begging for help. In the basement, where slaves once were kept and abused, folks have reported cold spots, taps on...
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    EHP Rating: 87.5

    Middleton Tavern

    Annapolis, Maryland
    The tavern is housed in a 1740 former private residence. It is said to be haunted by a ghost nicknamed Roland who has been seen in the first-floor dining rooms. He wears Revolutionary War-era clothing and looks out the window toward the water. He brings with him the smell of cigar smoke and has...
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    EHP Rating: 86.4

    Atlantic Hotel

    Berlin, Maryland
    The ghost of a young girl riding a tricycle has been seen and heard in the hallways of the hotel. Objects move around by themselves, and lights go on and off when there’s no one around. (Submitted by Callum...
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    EHP Rating: 85.7

    The Maryland Inn

    Annapolis, Maryland
    This hotel dates back to 1772, and is the oldest continuously operated hotel in the country. And, according to staff and guests, it may just be the most haunted as well. Visitors and employees at the inn have reported cold spots, the scent of perfume, ghostly voices, disembodied footsteps and...
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    EHP Rating: 85.7

    Westminster Hall

    Baltimore, Maryland
    The Westminster Presbyterian Western Burial Ground and Presbyterian Church yard are said to be haunted by many spirits. The 1786 burial ground and 1852 church are said to be visited often by the ghost of author Edgar Allan Poe as well as many other spirits. Muffled screams are heard and a foul odor...
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    EHP Rating: 85.7

    Fort Frederick Maryland

    Big Pool, Maryland
    A stone star fort in the Maryland Panhandle, Fort Frederick Maryland was built in the 1750s to defend Maryland from French and Indian raiders. During the American Revolution it was used as a prisoner of war camp for soldiers surrendered at Yorktown. It was a Federal outpost during the civil war...
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    EHP Rating: 85.7

    Pocomoke State Forest

    Pocomoke City, Maryland
    Witnesses have reported seeing apparitions of slaves around the forest and the surrounding swamp area. Some say the slaves stem from slave abuse that used to occur here, as well as slave masters' affairs with slaves that yielded babies who were promptly drowned in the...
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    EHP Rating: 84.8

    Miller's Church

    Hagerstown, Maryland
    Legend has it that the 1930s Catholic Miller’s Church was taken over by devil worshippers, and practitioners sacrificed young girls inside its walls. And then, the church suddenly burned down. All that's left is a parking lot and a big oak. And so the story goes, a couple was parked here one...
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    EHP Rating: 83.3

    The Judges Bench

    Ellicott City, Maryland
    Once Berger's Grocery, the bar is known for the ghost of daughter Mary Berger. She hanged herself in 1962 when her parents refused to let her date a local boy. Her apparition has been seen ever...
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    EHP Rating: 83.3

    Spook Hill

    Burkittsville, Maryland
    This stretch of road near the battle site of Antietam is known for a mysterious phenomenon. Folks say that if you put your vehicle in neutral at the base of the hill, the ghosts of Confederate soldiers will push it back up the incline. Rumor has it that the ghosts believe they are still at war and...
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    EHP Rating: 83.3

    Cator House

    Cambridge, Maryland
    The Cator House restaurant is reportedly haunted by original owner Emily Cator, who originally built it as an inn. Staff members claim to have heard and felt Emily's...
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    EHP Rating: 81.8

    Dead Mans Curve

    Hagerstown, Maryland
    Story goes that a doctor was killed here in an accident around the middle of the 19th century. Between then and around the 1930s locals swore they would frequently see the headless apparition of the doctor around this...
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    EHP Rating: 81.8

    Rams Head Tavern

    Annapolis, Maryland
    Built around 1831, the tavern has a legend relating to a ghost named Amy. She had been a prostitute employed by tavern guests, and died on the job. A bedpost, said to be hers, is on display in the downstairs bar. Her apparition has been seen by staff and even photographed. Also here, witnesses have...
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    EHP Rating: 81.3

    Fort McHenry

    Baltimore, Maryland
    Lt. Levi Clagett's apparition has been said to appear walking, or even floating, around the fort, the bombardment of which inspired Francis Scott Key to write the U.S. National...
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    EHP Rating: 81.0

    Kent Manor Inn

    Stevensville, Maryland
    The ghost of former inn resident Alexander Thompson reportedly haunts the building after hanging himself in Room #210 of the hotel. Disembodied voices and footsteps have been heard, doors open and close by themselves and guests staying in the room where he died have reported smelling cigar smoke....
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    EHP Rating: 80.0

    U.S. Naval Institute

    Annapolis, Maryland
    The U.S. Naval Institute was a former home for the poor and mentally unstable, then a Civil War hospital. It is said to be haunted by a patient, a soldier named Jimmy Sutton who died in 1907. He is suspected to have been shot in an argument over a woman. The apparition of a soldier and other...
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    EHP Rating: 80.0

    Schifferstadt

    Frederick, Maryland
    The 1750s German Colonial house is now a museum, said to be haunted by original owners Joseph and Elias Brunner (or Bruner, by some reports). Witnesses have heard unexplained voices, speaking in the Brunners' native German, as well as footsteps walking throughout the...
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    EHP Rating: 80.0

    Old Brick Inn - Kemp House Bed and Breakfast

    Saint Michaels, Maryland
    This historic bed and breakfast inn dates back to 1807, and was formerly owned by a civil war soldier. The inn is believed to be haunted by the a pair of gentleman who have been heard arguing in a downstairs room, a blue ball of light that flies through the house and slams doors and even Robert E....
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    EHP Rating: 80.0

    Edgar Allan Poe Residence

    Baltimore, Maryland
    This historic house was formerly the residence of the poet and writer, and is rumoured to be haunted by him and a heavyset woman in grey, believed to be his wife. (Submitted by Callum...
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    EHP Rating: 80.0

    Point Lookout State Park

    Scotland, Maryland
    At Point Lookout State Park, formerly a Civil War prison camp named Camp Lincoln, there is a lighthouse that is rumored to be haunted by a Civil War soldier. He has shown up leaning against the door frame in photos taken here. Also here is the apparition of a woman who is searching for a grave. She...
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    EHP Rating: 79.2

    Town Hall - Williamsport

    Williamsport, Maryland
    Ghosts said to hang out here include former employee "Bus" Seymore, who is heard typing upstairs, and a little girl who sits in the conference room and has a "thing" for flashlights. Disembodied footsteps have been heard here as well. A spooky annual Halloween ghost walk concludes...
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    EHP Rating: 79.0

    Union Hotel Restaurant

    Port Deposit, Maryland
    The building, now a restaurant, is said to have been a hotel and tavern in the 1700s. Folks say it is haunted by a ghostly lady in a blue gown, who has been seen by the owner and some of the...
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    EHP Rating: 78.8

    Witch's Grave - Truxton Park

    Annapolis, Maryland
    The witch's grave is said to be found at Truxton Park, in the woods past the third baseball field near a slanted tree. The witch is said to have been buried here in the 1800s but escaped from the grave, never to be seen again. Rumor has it that on Halloween night, the bodies of the witch's victims...
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    EHP Rating: 78.6

    National Museum of Civil War Medicine

    Frederick, Maryland
    Here, objects have been known to move by themselves or mysteriously disappear, and strange sounds abound. Folks say the distinct sound of a cat scratching on a scratching post come from the executive director's office. It's a mystery, since the place was formerly an undertaking business, and a cat...
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    EHP Rating: 77.8

    The Diamondback Tavern

    Ellicott City, Maryland
    This laid-back tavern used to be known as the Tiber River Tavern. Unknown spirits are said to occasionally move things around in the bar area, and visitors have heard unexplained voices there as...
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    EHP Rating: 77.8

    USS Torsk

    Baltimore, Maryland
    One of the ships located at the Baltimore Maritime Museum, the USS Torsk is said to be haunted (as are some of the other ships). Nicknamed the Galloping Ghost of the Japanese, the USS Torsk is a World War II ship that served along the coast of Japan. A sailor standing on deck was once killed when...
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    EHP Rating: 77.8

    USCGC Taney

    Baltimore, Maryland
    Investigated by TV's Ghost Hunters, the U.S. Coast Guard ship Taney is the only surviving combat ship from Pearl Harbor, and it was attacked 119 times by kamikaze pilots during World War II. It is said to be haunted by former crewman whose apparitions are seen and footsteps and voices are heard on...
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    EHP Rating: 75.0

    Snow Hill Inn

    Snow Hill, Maryland
    Although no longer in operation as an inn, the 1830s building is said to have a ghost known as J.J. He allegedly committed suicide by slitting his throat, but there are doubts as to whether this was truly what happened. Regardless, J.J. still resides at the place, according to reports. He appears...
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    EHP Rating: 75.0

    Johnathan Hager House Museum

    Hagerstown, Maryland
    The 1739 house is thought to be haunted by 2 families: The Hammonds, who lived here in the 1840s, and the Civil War-era Downins. Voices and footsteps have been heard, and the Downin children are thought to be the ones who move around a corncob doll, turn off the lights, and cause cameras not to...
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    EHP Rating: 75.0

    Dr. Samuel A. Mudd House Museum

    Waldorf, Maryland
    The historic house museum is said to be haunted by the apparition of Mrs. Frankie Mudd. Witnesses also have heard unexplained voices, and during a Civil War reenactment, electric candles in the windows repeatedly turned on by themselves. A human-shaped bed impression routinely appears in a room...
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    EHP Rating: 75.0

    Bladensburg Dueling Grounds

    Colmar Manor, Maryland
    When dueling was outlawed in the district limits, this area, now a park, became the spot where men could defend their honor. The apparition of Commodore Stephen Decatur, killed here in 1820, has been seen here, as well as other shadowy...
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    The Henry Hotel

    Ocean City, Maryland
    The historic building was built around 1895 as a boarding house for black workers, and was bought by a local family during a time of racial segregation. Serving as the first 'coloured' hotel in town as the owners advertised it, the establishment attracted many notable musicians during its time....
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    EHP Rating: 75.0

    Poplar Hill Mansion

    Salisbury, Maryland
    This 1795 plantation house is now a museum, and is rumoured to be haunted by a number of spirits from long ago. Among these are a slave girl who burned to death after her dress caught fire, a former owner of the residence and a male servant known as 'Samuel'. (Submitted by Callum...
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    EHP Rating: 75.0

    Cockey's Tavern

    Westminster, Maryland
    This 1830's tavern is haunted by the apparition of a soldier, who has been heard marching up a flight of stairs to the second floor. The ghost has also been known to slam doors. (Submitted by Callum...
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    EHP Rating: 73.9

    Marwood Mansion

    Potomac, Maryland
    Witnesses in this former house of the Gore family say they have seen the bathroom window open by itself, the toilet flushing, and steam coming from the tub, as well as eerie sounds from the basement. An apparition of the family's butler has been seen on the steps and around the...
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    EHP Rating: 72.7

    Fletchertown Road

    Bowie, Maryland
    The Goat Man is an urban legend about a being who escaped from the nearby Department of Agriculture Research Center. Said to be a product of a human-animal breeding experiment, the escaped Goat Man murdered and ate many victims in the 1950s and '60s. As recently as the 1970s, something half-man and...
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    EHP Rating: 72.2

    Beall-Dawson House

    Rockville, Maryland
    This restored 1815 home and museum site is haunted by an apparition. Speculators say it may be original builder Upton Beall, his wife Jane, or one of their daughters: Jane, Mathilda or Margaret. Some suppose it also could be a household slaves. Ghost tours are offered around...
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    Cry Baby Bridge

    Millington, Maryland
    Local legend tells of a teenage mother who gave birth to a deformed baby. She threw him off the bridge, and he is now a ghost with very strong legs, prone to knocking down trees with his crying fits. It is said that the fallen trees all over the area are his...
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    EHP Rating: 71.4

    Reynolds Tavern

    Annapolis, Maryland
    Mary Reynolds, who inherited the place after her husband William died in 1777, is the haunt who resides here. Witnesses have reported that objects move, and a ghostly woman's voice has been heard singing Christmas carols. The ghost also is said to have broken a dish during a ghost-hunting...
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    EHP Rating: 71.4

    Paca House and Garden

    Annapolis, Maryland
    At this preserved historic museum site, an apparition of a man has been seen wearing colonial clothing and peering out the upper windows. Some believe he is William Paca himself, a former Maryland governor and signer of the Declaration of...
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    EHP Rating: 70.0

    Barbara Fritchie House

    Frederick, Maryland
    Barbara Fritchie, age 96, is the heroine of The Ballad of Barbara Fritchie, written by John Greenleaf Whittier in 1864. During the Civil War, she was a Union sympathizer who dared to wave her Union flag in the face of the Confederates and Stonewall Jackson. Some historians say the event never...
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    EHP Rating: 66.7

    Summerseat Farm

    Mechanicsville, Maryland
    Summerseat Farm is believed to be haunted and has been investigated by ghost hunters, who found lights had come on after they had turned them off. Visitors have witnessed bed covers that move on their own and a rosary that swung by itself. The property includes a family cemetery that contains a...
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    EHP Rating: 66.7

    Inn Boonsboro

    Boonsboro, Maryland
    The historic inn dates back to 1790, and was recently restored after a catastrophic fire swept through the building in 2008. However, the resident ghost does not appear to left, as guests still report seeing a ghostly cat in their rooms at night, while others have heard the tinkling sound of a...
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    EHP Rating: 66.7

    Mt. Ida

    Ellicott City, Maryland
    Mt. Ida is a historic 1800s mansion that is said to be the residence of a ghost. In the 1850s Judge John Snowden Tyson purchased the home. His daughter, "Miss Ida" Tyson, was the last of the family to live here, and folks say it is her ghost who still watches over her home. In life, Miss Ida kept a...
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    EHP Rating: 66.7

    Blackwater National Wildlife Refuge

    Church Creek, Maryland
    The 27,000 acres of tidal marshes, forest and ponds that make up this refuge are said to be haunted by a demon mule. Long ago, the beast was known to attack loggers and fishermen, so the locals hunted it and chased it to its death in quicksand. The unhappy mule's spirit is said to still walk...
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    Bayly Orem House

    Cambridge, Maryland
    This historic house dates back to 1888, and now serves as a complex of quaint apartments. A former tenant claims the front parlour room is haunted, and reported flickering lights, objects being moved by unseen hands and the faint sound of ghostly laughter when there was no one...
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    EHP Rating: 66.7

    Adkin's Hardware Store

    Berlin, Maryland
    This old-fashioned hardware store and company dates back to around 1906, and has served the town for over a hundred years. It is rumoured to be haunted by a former owner, who has been heard moving through the aisles after the business has closed for the night. The business is also home to a clock...
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    EHP Rating: 66.7

    Aida's Victoriana Inn

    Saint Michaels, Maryland
    This nineteenth century bed and breakfast inn is located right on the harbour, and is believed to have its own resident ghost. The spirit of a man who passed away in an upstairs room before paying his bill has been known to leave money around the house for the current owner, as if he is eternally...
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    EHP Rating: 66.7

    The Wharf Rat

    Baltimore, Maryland
    Patrons at this eighteenth century tavern have reportedly seen the apparition of a distressed local man. (Submitted by Callum...
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    EHP Rating: 66.7

    Club Charles

    Baltimore, Maryland
    This urban bar is rumoured to be haunted by an allied double agent known as 'Frenchie', who lived in an apartment above the club. Staff and diners have reportedly seen him dressed in a waiters uniform, but when approached, he vanishes. (Submitted by Callum...
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    EHP Rating: 66.7

    Oxon Hill Cemetery

    Oxon Hill-Glassmanor, Maryland
    This cemetery is located off Oxon Hill Road, catty corner to Levi's Barbecue, behind the Post Office. About 10 years ago my husband and I were hanging out with a group of homeless people. We would go to wherever they set up camp and just sit around and drink and talk. When I walked into the...
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    EHP Rating: 64.7

    Lord Baltimore Hotel

    Baltimore, Maryland
    This 1928 hotel is said to be haunted; the spirit of a little girl is rumored to reside on the 19th floor. A ghostly couple wearing formal attire also has been...
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    EHP Rating: 63.6

    Leakin Park

    Baltimore, Maryland
    Around 70 bodies have been dumped at this site. Not too many people know that though it is a very beautiful, and local place. People go on hikes there not knowing what goes on there. No specific information on hauntings, though it is peculiar that so many murderers seem to collectively decide to...
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    EHP Rating: 60.0

    Governor Calvert House

    Annapolis, Maryland
    This elegant old-fashioned hotel was formerly the residence of the state governor, and is rumoured to be haunted. Guests and staff have reportedly encountered the apparition of a man in period clothing, the spirit of a woman who committed suicide during the 1940's and a male presence known as...
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    EHP Rating: 60.0

    Improved Order of Heptasophs - Baltimore Theatre Project

    Baltimore, Maryland
    Built in the 1880s by the Improved Order of Heptasophs (Greek for “seven wise men”), the structure was later used as a dance hall. The ghost who resides here is believed to be from that period. He has been seen wearing a suit and playing the...
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    EHP Rating: 57.1

    The Horse You Came In On Saloon

    Baltimore, Maryland
    The Horse You Came In On, established in 1775, was the last place author Edgar Allen Poe was seen before his 1849 death. His ghost has been seen walking down the street toward the saloon, and is known to drink cognac that bartenders leave out for him. Floating orbs of light also have been...
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    EHP Rating: 57.1

    Elk Forge Bed and Breakfast

    Elk Mills, Maryland
    The 1700s building was once part of a mill where British soldiers came and demanded flour during the Revolutionary War. The miller put ground glass in the flour, but the soldiers caught him and hanged him for treason. The miller's apparition, voice, and footsteps have been detected by...
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    EHP Rating: 57.1

    Wayside Inn

    Ellicott City, Maryland
    A female ghost is said to haunt the inn; another account tells of a witness who heard a door open and then the sound of approaching footsteps, but no one was...
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    EHP Rating: 57.1

    Glenn Dale Hospital

    Glenn Dale, Maryland
    Glenn Dale Hospital, built in 1934, was once a tuberculosis sanatorium with 23 buildings. It closed because of asbestos problems in 1981. It was added to the National Register of Historic Places in November 2011 and is regularly patrolled by police. The Goat Man of Maryland, a half-man, half-goat...
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    EHP Rating: 55.6

    Point Lookout Light

    Lexington Park, Maryland
    The rich history of paranormal activity at this 1800s lighthouse and surrounding area is said to stem from centuries of shipwrecks and bodies found washed ashore. The site has been featured on many TV...
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    EHP Rating: 55.6

    Lake Linganore

    New Market, Maryland
    Orbs and unexplained sounds have been reported in the woods around this lake, where rumor has it that a child drowns every year. Bubbles also have been seen rising to the...
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    EHP Rating: 54.3

    Jericho Covered Bridge

    Kingsville, Maryland
    Built in 1865, this bridge is said to startle some folks who go inside and see the ghosts of slaves hanging from the rafters. Others dispute this, since it was built after the end of slavery and the Civil War. Other witnesses describe the ghost of a woman seen walking on the bridge in old-fashioned...
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    EHP Rating: 50.0

    Waterfront Hotel

    Baltimore, Maryland
    Built in 1771, the former hotel is currently a restaurant. Witnesses have reported hearing voices and footsteps coming from the empty upper floors....
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    EHP Rating: 50.0

    Surratt House Museum

    Clinton, Maryland
    The historic 18th century inn and tavern building, now a museum, was once owned by Mary Surratt. Her son John sometimes met with friends there, one of whom was John Wilkes Booth. These meetings were said to be when the plot for the assassination of President Lincoln evolved. The guns used were...
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    Galway Bay Restaurant

    Annapolis, Maryland
    This late nineteenth century restaurant and pub serves up a variety of spirits, including whisky, scotch and even some ghost stories. Staff working late hours have reported the apparition of a servant girl in the basement, while diners have reportedly mistaken her for a staff member in the...
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    EHP Rating: 50.0

    Whistling Oyster

    Baltimore, Maryland
    This upmarket seafood restaurant and bar is haunted by a spirit that can be heard running up and down a flight of stairs that were removed almost a century ago. (Submitted by Callum...
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    EHP Rating: 50.0

    Duncan Hallow

    Frederick, Maryland
    A cabin was built by a hermit named Fred Quick on the property of a local farmer. One day his body was found dead in his cabin with his wife missing. Later in the 70's the owner of the farm found signs of satanic rituals being preformed in the cabin. Several of his livestock were found sacrificed...
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    EHP Rating: 45.5

    Maryland Theatre

    Hagerstown, Maryland
    The 1915 Maryland Theatre, once a vaudeville and movie house, operated until 1973. In 1974 it caught fire and was rebuilt, and to this day presents cultural offerings to the public. It is believed to be haunted. The daughter of an early manager encountered the ghost of her father here, and...
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    EHP Rating: 42.9

    USS Constellation

    Baltimore, Maryland
    This ship, built in 1797, boasts several ghosts, including: Neil Harvey, who was executed when he left his assigned station at his gun in fear during a 1799 battle with the French; Captain Thomas Truxtun, seen in an old-fashioned Navy uniform; Carl Hansen, ship's watchman until 1965, whose ghost...
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    EHP Rating: 42.9

    National Emergency Training Center - St. Joseph's College

    Emmitsburg, Maryland
    The National Emergency Training Center was once St. Joseph's College, which until 1973 was a Catholic girls' school established in 1809. Witnesses at the former college claim to have seen the ghosts of Civil War nurses who were carrying buckets of amputated human limbs and heard the sounds of...
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    EHP Rating: 40.0

    Admiral Fell Inn

    Baltimore, Maryland
    This known-to-be-haunted inn dating back to the 1700s is a spot where ghosts may have a party the living can hear; noises are heard coming from empty...
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    EHP Rating: 40.0

    Brunswick Heritage Museum

    Brunswick, Maryland
    This 1904 building now houses a railroad museum, and is allegedly haunted. Staff and paranormal investigators have reportedly encountered the apparition of a woman in a white dress, a ghostly curator who modifies exhibits and a spook who likes to tamper with a model railway. (Submitted by...
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    EHP Rating: 38.5

    Clara Barton National Historic Site

    Glen Echo, Maryland
    Clara Barton National Historic Site, home of the famous wartime nurse for the last 15 years of her life, is said to be haunted. Folks have reported apparitions and it is believed that Clara herself still lingers here in...