Hauntingly PENNSYLVANIA™ is THE source for collected lore on Pennsylvania's haunted houses, ghosts, UFOs, mysterious creatures and shocking true crime stories. Our content results from original research of both historical sources and modern day reports.

Hauntingly PENNSYLVANIA™ is also the place where some stories may be de-BUNKED!
PLEASE NOTE... reading these stories may spur an interest in visiting the locations discussed - many of which are on private property. Remember that trespassing is illegal. Even if the spirits are friendly - the property owners likely are NOT.
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Featured Story:
The Blue-Eyed Six -
One of Pennsylvania’s Most Famous Hauntings

Television producers and paranormal investigators from across the nation visit the scene of this grisly murder.
Most Popular Stories...

Congelier “Mansion”
    Includes EXCLUSIVE Family Interview!

The Smurl Haunting

Aitch “Drownings”

Lake Erie Sea Monster
   Featured in New Book by Thomas White!

Hauntingly PENNSYLVANIA™ writer Stephanie Hoover thanks the owners, staff and new friends met at these interviews, appearances and book signings:


Midtown Scholar, Harrisburg:










National TV Appearance on Travel Channel’s THE DEAD FILES:








Ryerss Museum & Library, Philadelphia:











Mechanicsburg Mystery Bookshop and Susquehanna Mysteries Alliance (pic courtesy of owner Debbie Beamer):













Chester County Book Company (pic courtesy of store staff):













Barnes & Noble

Rittenhouse Square, Philadelphia, PA


Barnes & Noble

Plymouth Meeting, PA


Recorded Interview: Radio PA

(on all Pennsylvania stations running Radio PA content)


Live Interview: “Conversations with Peter Solomon,” WIP-AM, Philadelphia


Guest Blogger:

Genealogical Society of Pennsylvania

“How I Uncovered the Complex Tale of the Killing of Quaker John Sharpless (and Why You Should Use These Techniques in Your Family History Research)”