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Find the scariest REAL HAUNTED HOUSES in Maryland including haunts in Frederick, Gaithersburg, Bowie, Annapolis, Bel Air South, Cambridge, Baltimore, Maryland. Hauntworld helps you find supernatural happenings across the state of Maryland especially attractions that allow people to find ghosts, investigate, and go on ghost hunts. Maryland features some of the scariest real haunted houses, graveyards, hotels, prisons, abandoned buildings, and scary attractions.
 
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Scariest Haunted House in Baltimore Maryland Legends of the Fog
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The Haunted Henryton State Hospital in Ellicott City, Maryland - 8974 Views  
logo in profile Henryton State Hospital, located in an isolated section of Patapsco Valley State Park, on Henryton Road, in a dis-remembered part of the Eldersburg region. Instituted in-the beginning of the early-192... [Read more]

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The Ghost of Lilburn in Ellicott City, Maryland - 4298 Views  
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Ghost Tours of Historic Frederick in Frederick, Maryland - 4253 Views  
logo in profile The Dead Come Alive on Ghost Tours of Historic Frederick. The Best and most thrilling Ghost Tours in Maryland. the MOST haunted city!

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Spirit of Edgar Allan Poe - Old Western Burial Ground in Baltimore, Maryland - 3664 Views  
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Governor’s Bridge in Bowie, Maryland - 3589 Views  
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Lord Baltimore Hotel in Baltimore, Maryland - 2198 Views  
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U.S.S. Torsk in Baltimore, Maryland - 1957 Views  
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Middleton Tavern in Annapolis, Maryland - 1871 Views  
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Fell's Point Ghost Tours in Baltimore, Maryland - 1538 Views  
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Dead of Night Ghost Tour in Ellicott City, Maryland - 1422 Views  
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There are so many haunted places in Maryland from the major cities like Baltimore to more rural towns like Frederick, Gaithersburg, Bowie, Annapolis, Bel Air South, Cambridge, Maryland.  Are you looking for ghost tours, haunted hotels, haunted prisons, cemetery, paranormal investigations, ghost hunts, or to find the scariest real haunted houses in Maryland.  If you own and operate one of these types of attractions please create a profile for free.  Check back on our ghost tour page often to find the best supernatural attractions to the best ghost stories from Maryland.  Don't forget Hauntworld.com also helps you find haunted house attractions, corn mazes, pumpkin patches, to every type of Halloween attraction in the state of Maryland.  Please join our FACEBOOK PAGE CLICK HERE to JOIN and discuss the everything haunt related.  We also encourage you to join our WORLD FAMOUS Haunt Forums CLICK HERE

 

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As with many ships, many lives came to an end and many men lost the battle onboard and which causing several hauntings.  The USS Constellation was the name of the ship and it was the very last of the all-sail warship to be built by the United States Navy.  This magestic ship performed greatly from 1854 through the Civil War.  It has been reported of  ghostly figures being seen and yet other report of hearing horrific noises.  The paranormal feeling and sctivity and very strong and yet the history of this amazing ship is one that will live in the hearts of many men forever.  It has now been restored and is now open for tours to the public

 

One place that Baltimore is known for that is sure to scare you is the home of fear legend himself, Edgar Allen Poe.  Poe lived here from 1832 to 1835 and during that short time he wrote one of his best first horror stories, "Berenice."  Poe died in 1849, but the fascination lives on. 

You can visit where Edgar Allen Poe was buried at the famous Westminister Church Cemetery.  Some of these famous men are General Samuel Smith, who helped organize the defense of Baltimore in the War of 1812, and the Secretary of War under George Washington and John Adams, Colonel James McHenry, after whom Fort McHenry was named.  On Halloween you will find many fans gathered for an evening of readings, complete with tours of the catacombs under the church. Both the house and cemetery are located in the western side of downtown Baltimore. 

Another attraction that you just do not want to miss when you are in Baltimore is the Fright Fest event that happens every October  at Six Flags America.  Here you will whitness the park you love to have fun at transform into a spooky and haunted playground that is fun for both kids and adults!  Come and experience all the excitment you can handle from gosts, goblins, haunted attractions and live entertainment!  This is by far the biggest Halloween even in Baltimore and you don't want to miss a minute of it!

In additional there are many ghost tours, and other real haunted house places throughout Maryland.  Find the best haunted houses and more here at www.Hauntworld.com

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Since it was one of the original thirteen colonies, Maryland’s history is steeped in the colonial times of the 1700’s and the Civil War era of the 1800’s.  Subsequently, many of the supposedly haunted sites in Maryland date back to previous centuries.  If you want to experience an adrenaline rush and real chill down your spine, consider visiting one of these spooky haunted sites.
 


The Edgar Allen Poe Home
Your first stop should be none other than the haunted house of Edgar Allan Poe, the famed writer of mystery and the macabre.  Open to the public during limited times on the weekends, the home (located in Baltimore) is where Poe spent the majority of his time and wrote his first horror story.  Poe eventually died of “congestion of the brain” in 1849 in Baltimore.  Right before his death, Poe was found delirious wandering the streets and wearing clothes that were not his own.  He was not coherent long enough to explain how he got in that condition.
 


The USS Constellation
Now open for public tours, the USS Constellation was in service from 1854 (through the Civil War) until the end of World War II.  The ship not only helped break up the slave trade but also helped deliver food to famine victims in Europe.  Legend has it the ship is now haunted by the ghosts and spirits of old sailors.  A photograph taken in 1955 by a Naval lieutenant that was published in the local paper seems to show a ghostly figure standing on the deck.  There’s also the story of a priest who went aboard the ship and was guided around by an older man with intimate knowledge of the ship.  After inquiring about him later, the priest learned there was no such man who worked as a guide. 
 


Westminster Church Cemetery
This graveyard is where Edgar Allan Poe is buried along with a handful of other well-known Baltimore citizens – General Samuel Smith (who organized the defense of Baltimore during the War of 1812) and Colonel James McHenry (the Secretary of War under George Washington and John Adams).  The cemetery is open from dusk to dawn and on Halloween, fans of Edgar Allan Poe gather for readings and tours of the catacombs beneath the old church.
 


Fort McHenry
In the War of 1812, ill-equipped American forces at Fort McHenry held out against the British and Army Navy.  The fort is also where many people were detained during the Civil War in dark dungeons.  It’s believed some of those who died there still haunt the fort (which is open today to the public.  Rangers at the fort report hearing strange and unexplainable things such as footsteps, doors slamming, and windows being opened.

 
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