The Village of Harper’s Ferry is a major hot spot because of many deadly Civil War battles. Spirits, including an infamous rabble rouser, haunt places all over town
Paranormal activity here was caused by bad outcomes in the legal system.
Many of the ghosts found here come from wild gold rush period of 1897-’98, when lawlessness was rampant, corruption and evil doings were commonplace, and many people suffered unexpected, unhappy deaths.
Death from childbirth, and murder by poisoning causes hauntings… A former guest of a mental hospital has returned, doing her favorite activity!
Former owner who died young keeps on eye on up-keep of the mansion.
Two former ladies cordially share this mansion with the living.
A spectral former owner makes an annual inspection.
Is still a favorite place to quite a few cordial spirits who love this restored mansion.
An appreciative female spirit found a unique way to show current day owners her approval.
Former occupants visit to enjoy memories by doing.
Having to make hard, life-changing choices can lead to harsh unintended results.
Sudden unexpected death is the main culprit for paranormal activity. Injustice done, mistakes made and murder committed also have caused hauntings.
Apparently the original owners, their guests and a grumpy servant cause paranormal activity…
This golf course building was once a private home of the spirits of the original owners.
A devoted spectral employee’s duties includes the upholding of values.
Former friendly residents heartily approve of the renovations. An undesirable spirit felt unwelcome.
Apparently, spirits who enjoyed former existing hotels have moved in for free!
A rambunctious child spirit is a handful for the living. Other entities get their chuckles in mild and surprising ways.