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Lake Shawnee Amusement Park

Many say that this place is probably one of the creepiest abandoned amusement parks in the United States. The reason being is that it’s said to be cursed and that there should have never been an amusement park on that land in the first place.

There’s always some kind of story of someone passing away at an amusement park, but in this case it’s a bit different. The rides that this place had were your basic rides without any roller coasters.

The way that some of the deaths happened make you think about the curse and if it’s actually real. Some people don’t believe in curses and others do, could there be a possibility that the land is actually cursed?

Maybe it is is and maybe it isn’t, but one thing is for sure, there was a lot of bad things that happened on that land way before that place was even built.Some say that the land was haunted beforehand, and that the owner who built the place was warned against turning it into a fun park. 

Whatever the case this place is still there, it was just left to rot and become part of the land. It’s a grim reminder of a time where there once was a place built for happiness that was set over a land where sadness once prevailed.

Does the past still echo in the wind there? Some say it does and many have seen ghosts in this location. It’s a very spooky place that gives us all a haunted reminder, you decide for yourself if the curse is real or not. 

Check out the videos and see what you think! 

ALONE IN THE AMUSEMENT PARK 

Video Source – JASON LANIER

55 thoughts on “This Abandoned And Haunted Amusement Park Has a Bloody History”
      1. If you have the balls enough to go in there you might wanna cover em when you go in to make sure you still have em when you walk out

        1. If you think you have the balls enough to go in and vandalize that park you might wanna cover em when you go in and vandalize to make sure you still have em when leaving the park

    1. It’s in West Virginia I know where it’s at and why they say it’s hunted is because there where army men that died and they buried them there and a little girl also passed away on one of the rides

    2. its in west virginia.Lake Shawnee fans know the facts intimately: a little girl died on the swings and a boy drowned in the pond. All told, roughly 6 visitors died during the amusement park’s brief history. In 1966, the attraction was abandoned. The cheerful turquoise, red and green rides slowly faded and flaked.

    3. It does in the video it says west Virginia you can also Google it Ghost adventures also went there.

    4. Right?! It’s in my home state of West Virginia. You can schedule tours on their website. Google Lake Shawnee WV for more info.

  1. It’s between Becky and Princeton in a small town called Rock West Virginia, on state route 19. I’ve been by it several times but never stopped. I think they open it once a year and that may be around Halloween. Lots of local folk lore about it in the area.

  2. Whether or not its stated if they dont want someone to know about something they shouldn’t bring it up at all. Not stating the location sparks ones interest to look fo it and research more bringing people to this place

  3. It is in the deep county of WV they give tours and shit but you must always contact the landowner tho.
    I’m from WV and still haven’t got to go but I will one of these days .
    There’s a pond and Everything this isn’t even the complete story it’s alot better than this .

  4. The video literally tells you where it is…
    I went there about 2 weeks ago..It was so. ool to see in person.. I had to get my picture and looks from the road..I wish I would have been able to get up close like this… Thanks for this video

  5. Ive lived within an hours drive of this place my whole life and been to bluefield and Princeton hundreds of times and never knew it was there till just a few days ago

  6. So stupid. A bunch of hype, but not a single story. Lame. Let’s write an entire article that leads up to nothing.

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