Best Haunted Places in Mississippi

Haunted - Terry, MS

October is the spookiest time of the year, and the perfect opportunity to celebrate the fall with some scary fun. While you can always go to an attraction-style haunted house for some quick thrills, there are plenty of haunted places in Mississippi where you can experience some genuine shivers.

King’s Tavern

Head to Natchez and visit the oldest building in the city, called King’s Tavern. The tavern and inn are still in operation, and many guests have reported hearing a baby cry or seeing ghostly images in mirrors.

McRaven House

Your next haunted location is in Vicksburg at a place known as Mississippi’s Most Haunted House. It served as a field hospital and campsite for Confederate soldiers during the Civil War. At least five people have died the home, while the remains of 11 more are buried on site.

Mont Helena

The next stop on your haunted adventure is in Rolling Fork. The colonial home, Mont Helena, was built in 1896 and sit on a ceremonial Native American mound. Many people have reported seeing a woman dressed in a white gown looking out of the windows.

Rowan Oak

Whether you love literature or just want a good scare, the home of writer William Faulkner is a popular tourist location in Oxford. People say Faulkner is still in the home and can be seen writing in his office.

Here at Skinners Chevrolet Buick GMC, we want you to enjoy your ghost-filled adventures in safety. If your car is due for any maintenance, make sure to set up an appointment with our service department before you set out on your spooky quest.

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