Get in Touch
Thanks for contacting us! We'll respond as soon as possible.
 
 

Suggested Articles

 
 
 
Subscribe Pin with Us
Top 5 Haunted Cities in Arizona That You Need to See Arizona

As a Professional Ghost Hunter, I have traveled the state of Arizona in search of the most haunted locations and most active spirits! Here is my list of the most haunted cities I have come across in my travels.

1. Jerome

The Jerome Grand Hotel. Photo by: Mark Lipczynski

The Jerome Grand Hotel. Photo by: Mark Lipczynski

Have you been to Jerome? If not, it’s a must see, whether you are looking for a paranormal experience or just an excellent day trip. Jerome is an old mining town situated on the side of the mountain. That’s right, the side of a mountain! It’s full of old world charm, with all original buildings…which may be why it’s so haunted! There isn’t a corner of Jerome that doesn’t have a ghost story attached to it. From the Haunted Hamburger, to the Connor Hotel, there are ghost stories everywhere. But, the crown jewel of Jerome is the Jerome Grand Hotel. It was once a hospital for the town, but now it’s my favorite place to ghost hunt. I catch something new every time I go!

2. Bisbee

The Copper Queen Hotel. Photo by: Richard Charpentier

The Copper Queen Hotel. Photo by: Richard Charpentier

If you take a walk down the streets of downtown Bisbee, you’ll feel as though you’re living in a different century. But be wary who you bump up against- it just might be! The Copper Queen Hotel is home to many spirits such as Miss Julia Lowell (former lady of the night), a young boy, and a dignified gentleman who is thought to be the ghost of a former employee. The Oliver House has a dark past, riddled in unsolved murders and the spirits who are trying to solve them. It made number 2 on my list because no matter where you go in Bisbee, someone has a personal ghost story!

3. Prescott

Hotel Vendome. Photo by Flickr user: Classic Film.

Hotel Vendome. Photo by Flickr user: Classic Film.

Prescott is a beautiful town located north of Phoenix. A great get away from the heat, and an excellent place for an eerie encounter! The Courthouse square downtown is home to many haunted locations, such as the Hassayampa Inn (haunted by a woman named “Faith” who hung herself in the clock tower), The Hotel Vendome (haunted by a former owner and her cat), and the Elk’s Opera House (where full body apparitions can be spotted). Along Whiskey Row is a saloon and restaurant called “The Palace,” where I’ve experienced their haunting firsthand! Underneath the public first story is an underground that used to be home to a brothel, opiate den, and museums. It’s also home to a crafty shadow figure who dodged around corners, and left us quite a few evp’s!

4. Tombstone

The Birdcage Theater. Photo by: Ron Niebrugge

The Birdcage Theater. Photo by: Ron Niebrugge

With so much rich history coming out of Tombstone, it’s no doubt that it made the most haunted list. From the OK Corral, to Boothill Graveyard, this town is full of haunted locations. As a Paranormal Investigator, I was most fascinated by the Birdcage Theater. Once a thriving theater, it is now a museum and home to many haunted objects and people who just didn’t want to leave. The most prominent ghost at the Birdcage is a lady in white who can be seen going to and from the stage. But I saw a smokey white face on my trip, so enter at your own risk!

5. Goldfield Ghost Town

Photo by: Dave Morgan

The Chapel at Goldfield. Photo by: Dave Morgan

Our journey starts out just east of Mesa on the Apache Trail. Once a thriving mining town, Goldfield is now a charming town of museums and attractions- and many spirits have decided to call it home too! The brothel is reportedly the most active building in the town since one of the employees passed away. A large man is known to guard the door at the brothel, while evp’s (electronic voice phenomena) indicate that there are also still the spirits of miners down in the mine.

 

Arizona is so full of history and haunting charm, these are just the five that top my list!

Jamie Kroll

Jamie Kroll is a Furniture Refinisher and Professional Ghost Hunter based out of Arizona. She loves to travel in her spare time!

You May Also Like

The 10 Best Halloween Corn Mazes In Arizona

Arizona

The 10 Best Halloween Corn Mazes In Arizona

With Halloween a little over a week away and only two weekends for family adventures, time is at hand to get out and celebrate the cooler temperatures of the season. These 10 corn mazes are perfect Halloween fun for the the whole family and a great way to get some exercise. 1. Schnepf Farms Pumpkin

John NewellJohn NewellOct 22, 2016
These 5 Amazing Skyline Views In Arizona Will Blow You Away

Arizona

These 5 Amazing Skyline Views In Arizona Will Blow You Away

Arizona might be well known for a hot desert climate, but that doesn’t mean that all of it’s vistas are characterized by sand and cacti. Arizona has plenty of booming cities with gorgeous skylines that rival those of cities all across the nation. Check out these five! #1 Phoenix If you’ve heard of any city

Cheyenne ReedCheyenne ReedSep 15, 2016
If You Didn’t Know About These 5 Swimming Holes In Arizona, They’re A Must Visit

Arizona

If You Didn’t Know About These 5 Swimming Holes In Arizona, They’re A Must Visit

When the sweltering, summer heat in Arizona is at it’s worst, the crowded pool down the street just isn’t going to cut it. Check out these awesome swimming holes instead if you’re looking for a gorgeous place to cool down! #1 Bull Pen The Bull Pen swimming hole is located about fifteen miles east of Camp

Cheyenne ReedCheyenne ReedSep 14, 2016
There’s Something Magical About These 5 Lakes In Arizona

Arizona

There’s Something Magical About These 5 Lakes In Arizona

It’s a common misconception that all of Arizona is nothing but dry desert, but that isn’t the case! Check out these five gorgeous lakes that prove otherwise! #1 Canyon Lake Canyon Lake is one of four lakes that Arizona gained when the Salt River was dammed back in 1925. It’s actually the smallest of the

Cheyenne ReedCheyenne ReedSep 13, 2016
Here Are 5 Of the Most Expensive Homes In Arizona That Will Make Your Jaw Drop.

Arizona

Here Are 5 Of the Most Expensive Homes In Arizona That Will Make Your Jaw Drop.

Everyone dreams of living in a luxurious home sometimes, right? Check out these crazy expensive homes in Arizona that are sure to make you feel like a king! #1 9422 E Happy Valley Rd This huge house in Scottsdale, Arizona might currently be the most expensive one on the market. It uses 10,000 square feet of

Cheyenne ReedCheyenne ReedSep 9, 2016
Here Are 10 Photos of Arizona During Fall That Will Take Your Breath Away

Arizona

Here Are 10 Photos of Arizona During Fall That Will Take Your Breath Away

Arizona is nothing but a barren desert, right? Not quite. If you’re feeling the fall fever, check out these beautiful photos that prove Arizona can do fall just as well as any other state! #1 Just a reminder: Arizona has plants other than cacti. And while cacti have their own vibrant colors, these trees are showcasing the

Cheyenne ReedCheyenne ReedSep 7, 2016
10 Incredible Facts About Arizona That You Should Know

Arizona

10 Incredible Facts About Arizona That You Should Know

Everyone knows that Arizona is famous for record breaking temperatures and the gorgeous Grand Canyon, but did you know these ten interesting facts about Arizona? #1 The official state flower of Arizona is actually the Saguaro Cactus bloom! Between May and June you can see the beautiful white flowers. Even cooler? The Saguaro is the

Cheyenne ReedCheyenne ReedSep 2, 2016
There’s No House In The World Like This One In Arizona

Arizona

There’s No House In The World Like This One In Arizona

The United States is home to plenty of unique structures, but few compare to this one of a kind house in Arizona. In Bisbee, Arizona, eighty miles from Tucson, you’ll find the Chulo Canyon Cave House, or simply the Cave House, as locals call it. This home is nestled into the side of a granite boulder

Cheyenne ReedCheyenne ReedAug 31, 2016
Here Are 3 Movies With Gene Wilder That Were Filmed In Arizona

Arizona

Here Are 3 Movies With Gene Wilder That Were Filmed In Arizona

You may remember Gene Wilder from any one of the long list of movies he starred in. Willy Wonka and the Chocolate Factory, Blazing Saddles, or Young Frankenstein are all classics you’ve surely seen. Wilder began what would become a wildly successful acting career in 1962. This week news reports all across the country are paying

Cheyenne ReedCheyenne ReedAug 30, 2016