11 Of The Most Haunted Places You Can Visit In Phoenix
Delightfully frightening spots.
You may know Arizona for its stunning red rocks and expansive Grand Canyon, but it also has an eerie and mysterious side too. These haunted places in Phoenix include spooky hotels, ghostly theaters, and old houses with reported spirit sightings. Are you brave enough to explore this map of Phoenix designed to give you some creepy encounters?
Whether you're a history buff excited about exploring more of the past, a self-proclaimed ghost hunter or someone like us who simply enjoys being spooked, thesehave chilling histories guaranteed to leave a prickle of goosebumps when you visit.
Price: $10 for adults
Address: 113 N. Sixth St., Phoenix, AZ
Why You Need To Go: Built-in 1895, many people have reported seeing the ghost of an old caretaker who died there. You can take a guided tour of the house and explore its creepy interior.
Price: Free tour on March 10
Address: 33 S. Third St., Phoenix, AZ
Why You Need To Go: At least four ghosts live at the theater according to David Cruse, the most popular of which is Maddie, who frequently appears before people or taps them on the shoulder.
Williams Air Force Base
Address: 6033 S. Sossaman Rd., Mesa, AZ
Why You Need To Go: A male ghost reportedly wanders the halls of the old hospital on the base, now it's part of the Phoenix Gateway Airport campus.
Hotel San Carlos
Address: 202 N. Central Ave, Phoenix, AZ
Why You Need To Go: Guests and staff have reported seeing a woman, thought to be Leone Jensen who passed away at the hotel (featured in Psycho).
Casey Moore's Oyster House
Price: Free (food and drink available for an additional cost)
Address: 850 S. Ash Ave., Tempe, AZ
Why You Need To Go: You might feel your shoulder get tapped at this popular bar. Occasional sightings of ghastly figures have given the place its spooky reputation.
Goodyear Farms Historic Cemetary
Address: 3900 N. Santa Fe Trail, Avondale, AZ
Why You Need To Go: It is believed that this cemetery has "residual hauntings" from the migrant workers that have been buried there since the early 1900s.
San Marcos Hotel
Address: 1 San Marcos Place, Chandler, AZ
Why You Need To Go: Visitors have reported seeing a female figure wandering this hotel that was built in 1913.
Sahuaro Ranch Park
Address: 9802 N. 59th Ave., Glendale, AZ
Why You Need To Go: Among the peacocks wandering around, you may glimpse an old woman in an old-fashioned dress among the trees.
Address: 5532 N. Palo Cristi Rd., Paradise Valley, AZ
Why You Need To Go: You can stay the night with your friends and maybe you'll see the ghost of the owner dressed as a cowboy.
Pioneer Living History Museum
Price: $10 for adults
Address: 3901 W. Pioneer Rd., Phoenix, AZ
Why You Need To Go: Some visitors have heard children singing in the old schoolhouse and seen unexplained shadows running about.
Address: Saguaro Blvd., Fountain Hills, AZ
Why You Need To Go: People have reported hearing screaming, crying, and have spotted a little girl running.
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