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Famous for its historic landmarks, bourbon distilleries, horse racing, tobacco and the lip-smacking Kentucky Fried Chicken, Kentucky is on the travel list of many for all the right reasons. But there is one unique characteristic of its cities that remains overshadowed by other aspects – its myriad haunted places. Yes, that’s true! You might not be aware of the fact but the state is marked with some of the most haunted places in the United States of America. From its bustling metropolises to quaint towns, almost every corner of Kentucky has a place where paranormal activities are a part of everyday life. If bone-chilling, supernatural things capture your interest, then here are some haunted places in Kentucky that you ought to visit.
Fisherville is a small neighborhood in Louisville that is believed to be the home of Pope Lick Monster. Do not be fooled by the funny sounding name because the part-man, part-goat and part-sheep creature is believed to be responsible for several deaths in the area. And before you hop-on that cheap flight to Louisville, be informed that several people have also lost their lives investigating it.
Lexington Cemetery, Lexington
Although almost every other cemetery is rumored to be haunted, that is not the case with Lexington Cemetery. For years locals have complained about hearing weird voices and frightening screams from the mausoleum. Some have even claimed coming across a strange shadow, the mere presence of which is believed to throw people in to a fit of anger. While others said that they were suddenly taken over by a foul odor. Nobody knows what the truth is behind these stories. But if you are intrigued, then get on a last-minute flight to Lexington and figure it out yourself.
Waverly Hills Sanatorium, Louisville
One of the most haunted places in the USA, Waverly Hills is believed to have seen deaths of more than 6,000 people. The internet is replete with weird stories about what went on in the sanatorium and the creepy things that are still taking place here. Finding shadow figures or hearing moans and screams have become an everyday thing. According to a legend, a pregnant nurse carrying a doctor’s child committed suicide in Room 502 after being rejected by the doctor. Her spirit is said to still roam in the halls of the sanatorium. So, have you reserved those cheap flights tickets to Louisville yet?
Bobby Mackey’s Music World, Wilder
Often dubbed as “The Most Haunted Nightclub in America,” Bobby Mackey’s Music World has been a part of almost every TV series covering haunted places in the USA. The site has a sign stating that the management cannot be held responsible for any paranormal attack on visitors on the premises. Moreover, there are even signed affidavits by visitors who essayed their entire confrontation with a paranormal being. If you are faint hearted, then do not even think about visiting this place. Otherwise, score a first class deal and find out what is really going on inside those walls.
Grandview Cemetery, Elizabethtown
No list of haunted places in Kentucky is complete without the mention of Grandview Cemetery which is commonly nicknamed as “The Gates of Hell.” Browse the name on internet and you will find tons of stories of people coming across strange sights and sounds. The graves here date back to the 18th and 19th centuries and you will also see the remnants of a stone and iron gate. It will certainly satiate the thirst of the paranormal investigator in you.
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