Grenada, Mississippi17.8 miles from Yalobusha 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 ...
Yalobusha County, Mississippi25.1 miles from Yalobusha County, MS
Reportedly haunted by a former frat boy.
Oxford, Mississippi25.2 miles from Yalobusha 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.
Pontotoc, Mississippi42.4 miles from Yalobusha County, MS
Employees claim that it is haunted.
Houston, Mississippi45.9 miles from Yalobusha 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 ...
Clarksdale, Mississippi50.8 miles from Yalobusha 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 ...
Tupelo, Mississippi59.5 miles from Yalobusha County, MS
Staff of the Lyric Theatre have nicknamed their ghost "Antoine'. He is a mostly benevolent entity who apparently entertains himself by moving things around and humming. Sometimes his footsteps can be heard throughout the theater. Some people believe that he is possibly the ghost of a ...
Tupelo, Mississippi60.7 miles from Yalobusha County, MS
The most famous ghost haunting the Theatre is a ghost named Lola who is often seen doing work-like activities.
Helena-West Helena, Arkansas61.1 miles from Yalobusha 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.
Kosciusko, Mississippi67.7 miles from Yalobusha County, MS
Apparently a grave which is adorned with a statue of the deceased is said to cry. And it isn't condensation either, really.
Memphis, Tennessee78.5 miles from Yalobusha 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’ ...
Forrest City, Arkansas91.3 miles from Yalobusha 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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