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The Top Ten Most Haunted Places in Mississippi

This is a list of the top ten most haunted places in Mississippi with a few interesting facts about each one.

1. The Rock’n'Roll Graveyard

First on the list, and at number one for being “most” known, is the Rock’n'Roll graveyard. This little slice of haunting is located in Ocean Springs, Mississippi.  One story is that there’s a ghost woman in white whom will come closer and closer to you. On the other hand, it’s been said that there’s an albino family living near there. However, that doesn’t explain why the gate sometimes shuts on people getting ready to leave.

2. The Singing River

Second on the list, at number two for having the “most” deaths, is the Singing river. As the story goes, the place received it’s name after two indian tribes planned to war against the other. However, one tribe knew the other would be too strong and decided to walk into the river while singing and chanting instead of having to deal with defeat and disgrace. Well, as you can probably imagine, they drowned themselves in the river.

3.The McRaven Tour Home

Third on the list, at number three for having the “most” restless spirits, is the McRaven Tour Home in Vicksburg, Mississippi. The reason it’s at number three is because of the vast amount of ghosts and little information on them colleced. However, it is known that many different kinds of people have haunted or are haunting these grounds. Some of which are former owners, civil war soldiers, and several Indians.

4.John’s Bayou Road

This spooker is fourth on the list for the “most” haunting related car accidents. Do you know those ghost stories that start with “in the middle of nowhere” ? You guessed it, this road is located in Vancleave a.k.a the middle of nowhere in Mississippi. As far as I know, there have been five car wrecks on this road. Three of these car wrecks have been similar to eachother. Apparently, they would see blood on the road and check it out. When they got back into their vehicles, a black van would crash into them. The ironic thing is that all, even the two fatal incidents, had black paint on their vehicle from the van that crashed into them.

5. Stucky’s Bridge

At fifth for being the “most” basic haunting is Stucky’s Bridge. Stucky was a man that would let travellers stay the night and kill them while them were asleep and then rob them blind.  A few people caught on to this and hung him. Long story short, you can  sometimes see a glowing spot where his body can be found as well being able to see something walking on the bridge. You could even sometimes see a glimpse of him hanging from the bridge. This sounds like a pretty basic haunt, don’t you think?

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  1. lin

    On April 4, 2009 at 6:33 pm

    this is pretty cool, just one thing, for almost all of the times you said “Whom” it should have been “who”.
    whom = him, her, them
    who = he, she, they

  2. Anonymous Biloxi local

    On April 22, 2009 at 5:19 pm

    While Howard Memorial Hospital was being renovated to become the BMR’s offices and new marine forensics lab, many construction workers (and one local prominent contractor) complained of odd happenings, especially the crew that was in charge of building the forensics lab (where the morgue was located). NO ONE would work in that building at night.

    Another interesting aside: There was no power to the building for about 2 days due to new lines being run from the street, but the elevator doors continuously opened and closed on the 1st, 3rd & 5th floors. With no power. Yeah.

    Beauvoir is also extremely haunted, but the SCV and the Davis family downplay it BIG TIME. I have personally witnessed a transparent man (and a transparent horse) on horseback near the lagoon as a child.

  3. Joe from Gulfport

    On April 27, 2009 at 4:11 pm

    Beauvoir should be first on this list. I have witness with my own two eyes the pen moving by itself in the library. I remember my teacher Ms. Burns telling me to shut the hell up and stop lying.

  4. KJ

    On May 14, 2009 at 2:43 pm

    So I resent Vancleave being called “the middle nowhere” I grew up there and we aren’t that secluded. And the Waverly Plantation should be on here.

  5. cat

    On May 20, 2009 at 12:24 am

    i plan on visiting each and every one of these places, and i will be making overnight stays as much as i can, although if you could list more places closer to biloxi/gulfport that would be much appreciated since i live close by =D

  6. lulubell

    On June 15, 2009 at 7:10 pm

    for one my house should be on this list i have had demons try to pull me into hell on many occasions. try being freaked out before you go to sleep know that might happen

  7. karrigan

    On June 17, 2009 at 4:35 pm

    I think that gost are just trapt spirits trying to find there out and the only thin that people can do is make fun of them if i was a gost i would want to be set free and not trapt like a mouse in a mouse trape couse the reson that i fell this way about gost is cause some day we are going to be a gost and some of us are going to be just like the lost and trapt gost and i dont think that they sould be made fun of and that is my sory think you and goodbye sincerly ,KARRIGAN MCNABB

  8. Saxx Savage

    On July 10, 2009 at 11:42 am

    I had a personal encounter at the Longfellow House in Pascagoula. Back in 1989 a friend and myself heard of “ghosts” that wondered the plantation called The Longfellow House. We drove a bit from Vancleave (the middle of nowhere..not really!) and asked the folks who were working there if they minded if a couple kids could get a tour since we heard it was haunted. The employee went on to talk about the various “ghosts” within the house…(mainly upstairs on the third floor) and how they have driven several wearly travlers away due to these unexplained hauntings. They spoke of the little girl in the window atop the third floor in the attic, the slave spirit who clanks his chains in the kitchen, the outhouse area where a slave was hung due to his involvement with a slave owners wife, other spirits that roam the grounds including a Methodist Minister who died while on a hunting expedition on the plantation grounds. The employee walked with us since they were not busy at the time and gave us a third floor tour. As we were coming down the stairs we noticed a grand piano and what appeared to be someone sitting there on the bench. We never really challenged or inquired about that person as that person looked as though they were cleaning the piano so we thought that the person sitting there must have worked there. The person was wearing all black, a cap and black shoes. Once we arrived to the first floor the employee asked that we sit down because she needed to take care of some customers who just came in. Both my friend and I sat down and noticed a gentleman coming down the stairs and walking toward us. We really didn’t pay him any mind as we were discussing the possibility of seeing “ghosts”…in other words we were getting stoked! Out of the corner of my eye this gentleman sat down next to the wall of mirrors and proceeded to pull out a newspaper from under his arm, fold his left leg over his right one and began to read the newspaper. He looked well groomed and nothing seemed out of the ordinary. What I did notice was that this man was wearing the same type of clothing that the gentleman at the piano was wearing but I was able to see that this man sitting down from us also had what looked like a priests’ collar around his neck. As I went to let my buddy know I saw this man unfold his legs, fold up the newspaper and stand. He looked over at me and my friend and then turned toward the wall of mirrors. In a matter of seconds the man walked into the mirrors and disappears. Both my friend and I quickly went to the employees at the front desk and told them what we saw. It wasn’t long after that moment we left due to the level of fear we had.

    That day will live in vivid detail as I will never forget what I encountered. To this day, If given a chance to tell this story…I do!


  9. Biloxi

    On July 16, 2009 at 1:38 am

    When I was a child, my school teacher took us all on a field trip to Beauvoir. I remember it to this day. I and a couple of other classmates, saw a lady in a black dress, and veil walk across the old cemetary and disappear behind a tree. My teacher yelled about it when i told him.

  10. e. carey

    On November 11, 2009 at 5:57 pm

    I work at the “new” Biloxi regional and the two little girls are still ushering patients to the other side in the ICU. They supposedly came to the new hospital in the last patient transport from the old to the new hospital. Anyhow, one of my colleagues told me one day that one of her patients had asked “what the two little girls were doing up here?” the patient died that evening. Usually, if a patient sees the little girls, they are not long for this world.

  11. the bug

    On December 16, 2009 at 1:01 am

    I work in the “old” hospital building (now State Office building), and would like to know if anyone knows what was located on the various floors of the building when it was a hospital (I feel certain the second floor was the emergency room because of the ambulance bay out front.)

  12. daniel stebens

    On December 26, 2009 at 5:03 am

    stuckies isn’t haunted. My name is daniel stevens and I inbestigated the place. The man who runs the boat rental took fake photos of a ghost there. Also one of his family members dresses up in a guillie suit and walks along the bank with one of his friends.

    the other places on here I’m not so sure since I haven’t been there but thank you for the list!

  13. Alice

    On February 12, 2010 at 5:20 pm

    Well, the legend is a little different where I live in Chunky which is right down the road from Stuckys Bridge… The legend here is that back in the KKK days they hung African Americans there and if you you go down to the creek and sit for a little bit you will see ghosts or a ghost, sometimes its one and sometimes its more, walking down the bank toward you.

  14. Alice

    On February 12, 2010 at 5:25 pm

    Oh yeah… plus Ive been to Stuckys plenty of times and still have yet tp see a thing… Now you cant even go there becuase its private property

  15. Destiny

    On February 27, 2010 at 7:32 pm

    My mom works at the new Biloxi Regional hospital and has experienced these little girls! She said not too long ago there was an older woman who was really sick, but did have a decent chance to live. She asked my mother to get the two little girls out of her room so that she could rest and my mother did not know how to react to this so she went back to the cardiopulmonary department and asked them about it and they told her the story. It’s really a great story… and my favorite also.

    The Singing River is a great folklore story. They say that if you are on the river at dusk, you can here the voices of the chanting Pascagoula Indians…

    The Longfellow House is right down the road from where I live. The ghost sitings here have been numerous. A doctor owns the house now and they have several adopted children living with them because they were told they could not conceive, adopted children, and then his wife got pregnant not long after. The house has been redone since Hurricane Katrina, but the ghosts remain. Not only was it a slave plantation, but it was a home for orphaned girls. The slaves were chained to the walls and beat and killed in the attic, and the little girls were abused and raped and they boarded up windows and doors so that they could not escape. In the late 80’s the house served as a public pool, bar, and snack bar. My mother said that only the first floor was open to the public, but her and my aunt, and dad sneaked up to the second and third floor of the house to see if the stories were true. They saw blood stains and holes in the wall where chains once hung in the attack for the slaves; they also saw scratched up wood and writing carved into the walls where they little girls would try to escape. Despite the rumors and additions made to these stories over the years, evidence is hard to cover up. I have no doubt of these stories being true.

  16. Experienced 3-Legged Lady

    On June 5, 2010 at 6:57 am

    I am a college student at Mississippi State, and just tonight me, my boyfriend, and his two roommates went out to Columbus to see the Three-Legged Lady. The story goes that in the late 1800s there was a child born with three legs. All her life, she was teased and rejected. When she got older, the townspeople saw her as an outcast, and two men took her to the local church and tortured her and killed her.

    One of my boyfriend’s rommates had tried to experience her about 3 or 4 years ago, so we The road that the legend is supposed to occur on is Nash Road. We decided we would try it since Columbus is only 20 min. away. I was driving, my boyfriend was in the front, and our friends were in the backseat. The road goes about half a mile paved and then it turns to gravel. The road begins as a typical country road, and then for about 2 miles there is nothing but swamp (in the spring because of flooding), and very spooky looking old trees. All for of us felt a serious feeling of dread and anxiety. We could all feel something very supernatural at the place. There are people living at both ends of the road, but in the middle no one is around, no lights…it feels deserted, as if people are afraid of the place. At mile 3 there is a very old graveyard that is not kept up and is obviously extremely spooky. At this point, you are supposed to stop your car, roll down the windows, turn off your ignition and lights…you should blink your lights 3 times and then honk your horn 3 times.Then you are supposed to taunt her, make fun of her, mock her…the madder you make her, the better the results. After you mock her, turn on the ignition and lights, roll up the windows, and floor it. Drive as fast as you safely can, seeing as it is a gravel road. We went about 45. Do no look back, or the three-legged lady is said to catch up with you and cause you to wreck. You keep driving until you get back on paved road…we saw no bridge on the whole road, so that can’t be the legend. When you get on pavement, get out of your car and there have been numerous recorded accounts of the following: the dust created on your car from driving down the gravel road (obviously you must do this when the road is dry, not after rain), it will have finger marks and hand streaks along the sides, door handles, and trunk, as if someone was trying to catch up with you or stop you from leaving. My friends and I witness hand marks that had never been there, streaking in the fresh dust, and my boyfriend and I both felt phenomenons. Twice I felt something swiping the top of my head and felt a cool breeze. Remember, the windows had been rolled up and the AC was not on. My boyfriend felt a hand on his shoulder pulling him back on his seat. We’re going to make the trip again and clean the car first, and look it over and take pictures for proof, then go back on the road and try again. That way we can ensure that all the dust and marks are new. I’ll give an update when we do this!

  17. Gone.

    On June 11, 2010 at 1:56 am

    Excellent article… l’ve always enjoyed reading about anything supernatural…

  18. Alyssa Smith

    On August 26, 2010 at 3:35 pm

    My mom use to work at the old biloxi regional and one night she had a call from one of her patients asking her to come get the two little girls from outside her window,the patients room was on the second floor. Another night my mom was sitting with another nurse at the nurses desk. There was a part of the hospital that was pretty much abandoned and wasn’t used anymore,it was completely shut off. My mom and the other nurse where just sitting at the desk and all the sudden a call night from down the hall that was closed off. My mom also told me stories of the elevators going up and down by themselves all night. They say 2 children fell down the shaft during construction way back when.

  19. Josh

    On December 18, 2010 at 3:26 am

    The Redding House should be on the list on jackson avenue in biloxi a big white 1900s house in the middle. check out the top floor and stay up there alone for 30 minutes.

  20. Brian Riley

    On April 28, 2011 at 7:01 pm

    I have been investigating the paranormal for 15 years, and for McRaven to not be listed as the most haunted place in Mississippi is very weird. It has been, since the early 1980s, recognized as Mississippi’s most haunted home/location/place… whatever.I have investigated that place and many of the ones listed in this article, and McRaven should clearly be number one. Every time I investigate there, I get photos (not including dang orbs… which are not ghosts), activity on video, and more than a couple dozen EVPs. And Waverly should be listed on here as well as Cedar Grove Mansion in Vicksburg, and Mont Helena in Rolling Fork. One last thing, Vicksburg is Mississippi;s most haunted city, followed closely by Natchez.

  21. Phillip

    On June 21, 2012 at 11:37 am

    Not saying the legend of Stucky’s Bridge isn’t true, but I have been there many of time none of which any paranormal activity took place.

  22. Katie Bateman

    On September 18, 2012 at 1:32 pm

    Oh, Alice, you can still get in/on Stacey’s bridge. You just gotta know when & where to go *wink wink* but, I agree w/ the ppl stating stucky’s isn’t haunted. I, too, have been out there MANY times, done all the stupid s@#t you’re supposed to do to invoke the spirits, & been on just about all of the property & I have never seen nor felt anything out of the norm. It’s still fun just to go to bask in the history of the place tho.

  23. Katie Bateman

    On September 18, 2012 at 1:35 pm

    I Mean STUCKY’S bridge, not Stacy’s bridge lol damn auto correct

  24. Tammy

    On October 13, 2012 at 10:10 pm

    My friends and I used to go to Rock n Roll Graveyard all the time when we were in school back in the 80’s. We never saw anything but ALWAYS had a creepy feeling. Didn’t help that the road leading in to the graveyard got more and more narrow before getting to the end.

  25. Zachary

    On November 22, 2012 at 1:59 pm

    What happens if you don’t beat her across the bridge (3 legged road lady) and also why didn’t you put the longfellow house on here?

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