This Midwestern Location Has The Reputation For Being The Most Haunted Town In The USA!

Haunted Athens, Ohio

The Most Haunted Town In The Midwest?

When it comes to “haunted towns” and “real life ghost stories” the small midwestern town of Athens, Ohio comes to mind. It’s a small community located within the heart of Ohio. At first glance there isn’t too much to the small midwestern town. However, there’s a paranormal side and a bunch of real life ghost stories attached to it. So why is the town of Athens, Ohio so incredibly haunted and full of ghost stories?

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One of the creepiest things about the town is that it’s most haunted locations form a pentagram on a map. Many say it’s just coincidence and nothing more, but others aren’t so sure. Could the energy of these places be the cause for all of the paranormal activity? Or could it all be coincidence and a bunch of made up stories that are behind it all?

One of those places is the Ridges Lunatic Asylum, the haunted asylum said to be a paranormal hotspot. The location is now an art museum but it in the 1800’s it was used as an asylum. The location was more of a torture chamber with its inhuman and barbaric treatments. It was also home to a patient by the name of Margaret Shilling, she died in an attic. 42 years later her bodies imprint can still be seen on the floor.

Another haunted location is around the Moonville tunnel area. It’s said to be one of the most haunted tunnels in the nation. There have been reports of strange lights and sounds coming from the tunnel. People have reportedly seen things that vanish into thin air. There are a few cemeteries that are also said to be haunted by various spirits and entities. Check out the video and let us know your thoughts.

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  1. I know someone who had a trance, and saw surroundings change into a scene from over a hundred years ago.   One thing stood out and that was a little ball like a marble he said rolled across the floor.   Musketball?  

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