Haunted Places in DeSoto County, Mississippi

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    National Ornamental Metal Museum

    Memphis, Tennessee

    17.8 miles from DeSoto County, MS

    Housing a large collection of contemporary metalwork, the National Ornamental Metal Museum has roughly 3000 items on permanent display, not counting traveling exhibitions. Its four buildings were once a Marine hospital in the late 1800s and then a Civil War hospital, consisting of a nurse’s quarters, a doctor’s quarters, soldiers’ ...

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    Earnestine and Hazel's Bar

    Memphis, Tennessee

    18.2 miles from DeSoto County, MS

    Earnestine and Hazel's Bar is rumored to have more than liquid spirits. Folks have reported apparitions on stairwells and in dark corners, and the jukebox always seems to play the song that best fits the situation, all by itself.

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    The Inn At Hunt-Phelan

    Memphis, Tennessee

    18.4 miles from DeSoto County, MS

    Built around 1830, this inn is said to be haunted by a servant of the former owners, the Hunts. Before the Hunts fled the house to escape a yellow fever epidemic in 1873, they entrusted their servant, Nathan Wilson, with a chest of gold to pay for the home's upkeep. ...

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    Orpheum Theatre

    Memphis, Tennessee

    18.6 miles from DeSoto County, MS

    Built in 1928, the still-operation theater is said to be haunted by many ghosts, but the two most well-known are Mary and a masked figure. Mary, age 9, wears a white dress and pigtails, and is said to have died in a car accident in front of the theater. She ...

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    Woodruff-Fontaine House

    Memphis, Tennessee

    18.8 miles from DeSoto County, MS

    This historic 1870s mansion, now a house museum, is said to be haunted by Molly Woodruff. The Rose Room was once her bedroom, and it is said that visitors to her room can feel her presence. It is also reported that a witness once heard her say "My bed doesn't ...

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    Blackwell Manor

    Bartlett, Tennessee

    24.1 miles from DeSoto County, MS

    This historic mansion is believed to be haunted by the apparition of a former owner, who has been seen roaming the house after dark. He has also been known to slam doors and turn on all the lights in the house. (Submitted by Callum Swift)

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    Bethel Cumberland Presbyterian - Bethel Assembly of God

    Atoka, Tennessee

    38.4 miles from DeSoto County, MS

    Bethel Cumberland Presbyterian Church Cemetery (Bethel Assembly of God) dates back to the mid-1800s. Sources say it has a separate are for criminals and one for children. Witnesses have reported ghostly voices, lights, shadow people, and evil growls from the surrounding forest. What's more, legend has it that the cemetery ...

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    Magnolia Hill Bed and Breakfast

    Helena-West Helena, Arkansas

    41.6 miles from DeSoto County, MS

    Magnolia Hill Bed and Breakfast dates to around 1900 and was home to Confederate Captain Charles Moore Sr. Featured on TV's Extreme Ghost Hunters, witnesses and paranormalists have reported unexplained noises, voices, and other eerie phenomena.

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    St. Anthony Hall - Delta Psi

    DeSoto County, Mississippi

    43.6 miles from DeSoto County, MS

    Reportedly haunted by a former frat boy.

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    Rowan Oak

    Oxford, Mississippi

    44.4 miles from DeSoto County, MS

    Even the name of William Faulkner's home is an ode to the mythic. Legend has it that Faulkner still haunts the rooms and grounds of Rowan Oak.

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    St. Francis County Museum - Rush-Gates House

    Forrest City, Arkansas

    45.8 miles from DeSoto County, MS

    As of 1997, the 1906 Rush-Gates House houses the St. Francis County Museum. Dr. J.O. Rush was a doctor, local historian, and collector of more than 3,700 Native American artifacts. The museum is said to be haunted, and ghost tours are available through local hotels. In addition, private parties can ...

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    Blues Hound Apartments

    Clarksdale, Mississippi

    57.1 miles from DeSoto County, MS

    The historic apartment building was a former hospital, and at least two apparitions have been seen in the apartments. The first is a ghostly black cat, that has been seen jumping from an upstairs window before vanishing. The second is the apparition of a tall man, who has been seen ...

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    Magnolia Manor Bed and Breakfast

    Bolivar, Tennessee

    62.7 miles from DeSoto County, MS

    Built in 1849, this manor house has a ghost, or several, residing within. Every room has been known to presence of ghosts. In Annie's Room, the motion detectors go off and voices are heard when no one is there. A male and a female apparition have been seen in the ...

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    Pontotoc, Mississippi

    70.1 miles from DeSoto County, MS

    Employees claim that it is haunted.

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    Monette Cemetery

    Monette, Arkansas

    72.6 miles from DeSoto County, MS

    Local legend says that there was once an unmarked glass mausoleum in the cemetery, and it was sealed up with concrete and painted when the body inside began to decay. The man's ghostly screams are said to ring out in the night, and his apparition may walk the grounds carrying ...

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    Grenada Masonic Temple

    Grenada, Mississippi

    76.2 miles from DeSoto County, MS

    The masonic temple was built on the site of the former historic Angevine House, and visitors to the building have reported seeing the apparition of a glaring sea captain on the upper levels of the building. Staff here have also heard voices late at night when there is no one ...

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    Keller's Chapel and Cemetery

    Jonesboro, Arkansas

    76.3 miles from DeSoto County, MS

    There have been reports of strange sightings in the chapel and the surrounding cemetery. Ghostly lights that follow visitors around the cemetery at night, the sound's of babies crying, strange apparition's moving around the cemetery and unexplained noises are just some of the phenomena reported at this site. (Submitted by Callum ...

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    Johnson-Sanderson Mansion

    Jonesboro, Arkansas

    77.5 miles from DeSoto County, MS

    This home, built in the 1880's, was occupied mainly by the Johnson family, a wealthy retail family and later by the Sandersons, who served Jonesboro as the cities Mayoral family. It has served as mainly residence including Arkansas State student renters, but also as a tea room. Seances and Ouija board ...

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    Forum Theatre

    Jonesboro, Arkansas

    77.8 miles from DeSoto County, MS

    Originally built in 1926 as the Strand Theatre, it was acquired by the city of Jonesboro in the late 1970s and renamed the Forum Theatre. It is said to be haunted by a mischievous ghost named Charlie.

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    Bono Bridge

    Bono, Arkansas

    82.8 miles from DeSoto County, MS

    The bridge was demolished in 2011, and the map shows its original location. According to local folklore, those who stood on the bridge and looked down at the railroad tracks below when a train was coming had the distinct feeling that the train was about to hit them. Apparitions and ...

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    Asbury Cemetery

    Houston, Mississippi

    88.2 miles from DeSoto County, MS

    Reported at this graveyard have been many strange phenomena, such as an intense feeling of being watched, the sound of unexplained voices, and a sudden urge to flee quickly from the site. Many car accidents are said to have happened because people were trying to flee as fast as they ...