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?