"The Clarion Ledger created a map of places across the state with reported hauntings and strange happenings using the Shadowlands Haunted Places Index, a collection of hauntings, ghost sightings, local folklore and urban legends."
"McRaven House in Vicksburg is considered by many to be the most haunted building in Mississippi. WLBT digital team members Josh Carter and Jacob Gallant toured the home after dark and hunted for ghosts. Our gracious hosts Jessica, Grace and Michael showed us around the home, told us the history and delved into the reasons why the home continues to frighten the locals. This is what we learned and found inside the historic home:"
"The Travel Channel has just confirmed what Vicksburg has known for generations-- McRaven is not only the creepiest place in the city, but the entire state."
In February I talked with Kendra Reed, the owner of two historic hospitality properties in Vicksburg, Mississippi. Below is the substance of our conversation, which covers topics of interest to current and prospective Hospitality Management students.
We all know by now that there is paranormal activity happening all around us, so of course Mississippi is no exception! There are many different places all over the state which are reportedly haunted from cemeteries to hotels and everything in between. Some of the tales are creepy and terrifying while others are tragic.
Meet the new owners of the McRaven Tour Home, Dr. and Mrs. Reed! Learn about the couple who is eager to share with you the reopening of the McRaven House and all that it has to offer.
Click the link to view the WLBT featured video about the reopening of McRaven Tour Home. "McRaven has been closed for eight years. But new owners are ready to open the doors again starting Friday morning. And also Friday night! The tour home, McRaven, has kind of been a family tradition for the new general manager Evan Winschel."
Hauntingly Beautiful: 9 Real Haunted Homes and Hotels of the South "We've rounded up a few spots below the Mason-Dixon where if you listen closely enough, the walls are supposedly talking."
“Weird” isn’t usually the first thing that comes to mind when thinking about Mississippi. The Civil War, historical homes, sweet tea – these are things that normally come up when thinking about the Magnolia State. But when it comes to strange and unusual places, Mississippi has its fair share. From the supernatural to places that are just a bit out of the norm, these Mississippi locations will either give you the creeps, leave you scratching your head, or completely amaze you.
It’s the oldest standing structure in all of Warren County. The first 2 rooms of McRaven House were built when George Washington was President. In 218 years, it’s seen plenty of good times and more than its fair share of tragedy.
Late one afternoon last week, my husband and I visited McRaven House — also known as "the most haunted house in Mississippi," and "the third most haunted house in America."
"McRaven Tour Home in Vicksburg is open again after being closed for several years. Among other things, McRaven is supposed to Mississippi's most haunted house. However, I have never seen anything there myself. But I also know what to say as soon as I get inside the door!"