Haunted Places in Arizona 2

From Phoenix to Bisbee, Apache Junction, Flagstaff, and more! Check out our list of the top 10 most haunted places in Arizona! The Grand Canyon State if full of scary hauntings and creepy horrors. Schools, ancient graves, mountain tops, and dark theatres… enjoy!

“Freight Wagon and Early 20th Century Water Wagon, Black Canyon City, AZ – panoramio” by Chris English (https://commons.wikimedia.org/wiki/File:Freight_Wagon_and_Early_20th_Century_Water_Wagon,_Black_Canyon_City,_AZ_-_panoramio.jpg) is licensed under CC BY-SA 3.0 (https://creativecommons.org/licenses/by-sa/3.0/deed.en)

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“Spider Rock, Canyon de Chelly National Monument, Navajo Nation, Arizona” by Ken Lund (https://www.flickr.com/photos/kenlund/) is licensed under CC BY-SA 2.0 (https://creativecommons.org/licenses/by-sa/2.0/)

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“Vulture Mine” by Midnight Believer (https://www.flickr.com/photos/144957155@N06/) is in the Public Domain

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25 Replies to “Haunted Places in Arizona 2”

    1. Ooooh, we will most certainly look in to it! Thanks, greenspiraldragon! Any other good ones we should dig in to?

    1. Most places in downtown bisbee are advertised as “haunted” they do ghost tours certain nights of the week too. There is a tour of the copper mine too and that place they call haunted too, they take you down on old railcarts like 7 or 8 stories. I only went once but it was cool.

    1. Julie Whelchel I grew up in douglas and have been to the Gadsden countless times never had anything “paranormal” happen but have heard most of the stories in this video. The pictures don’t do it justice it is more beautiful in person. Also that thing about the elevator never heard that one before.

    1. I have relatives with property on the main drag and I was looking out across from the 2nd story and saw spirits or residual activity…men on the flat roof buildings some looked native or Mexican

    1. That’s awesome, Quyncya Todachine! Also, thanks for tuning in!!! Have you experienced anything strange or out of the ordinary while visiting there?

  1. You should look into Kenilworth Elementary School. I worked there 2 summers in a row and I saw some crazy things in old pictures

    1. We most definitely will, Janet!! Thanks for the tip! Any other good ones we should look in to?

  2. Every time we drive up to Vegas, we dare driving up to the Vulture Mines. At some point I’ll give it a shot but without the family.

    1. The Speakeasy Sure! More on Ohio my home state. It’s filled with super creepy places. I went on a ghost tour with my cousin in Dublin and had several things occur to me yet no one noticed and I was so freaked out I never told the group. Only my cousin and my husband later! They believed me. I don’t make things up and they know it.

    2. That’s awesome! Arizona has some pretty spooky ones for sure. Any you’d like to see us cover in the future?

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