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Paranormal stories to satisfy your ghostly curiosity and keep you believing.

Whether you’re a skeptic or a true believer, there’s something intriguing about the things that go bump in the night. Some of the most iconic movies feature paranormal happenings or unexplained abilities. Those interested in the paranormal are fascinated by ghosts, ghouls, demons, aliens and more—the paranormal encompasses anything easily dismissed as incompatible with the rules of known science. Yet the questions remain.

From paranormal kids films like the notable Goosebumps series, Casper the Friendly Ghost, and Beetlejuice to more mature options like The Conjuring, Midsommar, and Paranormal Activity, the paranormal is often explored in a range of horror movies and other media like books, comics, and podcasts

But the realm of the paranormal is not limited to fiction only. There are entire swaths of paranormal researchers and lifelong searchers. From real-life accounts of hauntings and demon possession to a myriad of  documentary-style ghost-hunting tv shows, we are drawn to the paranormal in search of answers. But will we ever find them? 

If you’re a paranormal junkie or just curious about what could be out there, here are some intriguing places to start: 

And once you’ve finished with these, explore the stories below for a fascinating deep dive into all things paranormal.

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Ghost Ship: The Haunting of the RMS Queen Mary

The phantom sounds of agonized screams and tearing metal echo through the boiler room.

The Tortured Ghost of Philadelphia’s Blue Bell Inn

As he lay dying, he muttered his last words: “I’ll never leave this accursed place.”

The Ghost Who Followed Her Home

After an intense paranormal encounter, Gretchen Upshaw thought she had left the spirits of Old South Pittsburg Hospital behind ...

A Creepy Ride Down Jersey’s Shades of Death Road

Those who venture down this eerie roadway report restless spirits, a haunted lake, and glowing orbs of light.

La Recoleta Cemetery: Argentina’s Hauntingly Beautiful Burial Ground

Haunting this grand cemetery in Buenos Aires are reports of a spectral watchman and the ghastly legend of a poor soul being buried alive.

Straight Out of Hell: 10 Sinister Tales of Holy Horror

Everyone's got inner demons—but these are the real thing.

A Ghost in the Room: The Haunted History of Rocky Hill Castle

Multiple spirits were said to have wandered this eerie Alabama estate, including one spectral figure who may have been caught on camera.

Peg Entwistle: The Ghost of the Hollywood Sign

Nothing . . . not even death . . . could keep her from her Hollywood dreams.

The Eternal Guests of General Wayne Inn

The restless spirits of fallen soldiers still linger in the halls of this historic, Pennsylvania inn from the Revolutionary War.

Who Lies Buried in the Grave of the Female Stranger?

In a quiet Virginia cemetery is a peculiar tomb that has mystified visitors for nearly two hundred years.

The Phantom Hound of Willoughby, Ohio

Ghost hunter Cathi Weber describes her first encounter with the state's most spirited canine.

Bachelor’s Grove: Chicagoland’s Sinister Abandoned Cemetery

This desolate burial ground outside of downtown Chicago is said to be one of the most haunted places in the country.

9 Most Haunting Ghost Towns from Around the World

The buildings may be empty, but the ghosts of the past still linger in the streets ...

The Mudhouse Mansion Mystery

On a hill in Ohio stood a stately brick mansion with a sinister reputation.

Zak Bagans’ Demon House Demolished After Hellish Incidents

The terrifying home was said to be the lair of “200 demons.”

Aokigahara: Japan’s Suicide Forest

In the shadow of Mount Fuji is a mysterious forest where hundreds of souls have ended their lives.

The Eerie Mystery of the Phelps Mansion Knockings

Soon after moving into their stately Stratford mansion in 1848, the Phelps family realized they were not alone.