Haunted Vermont: Haunted Places Near St. Albans, VT
Grunts Move Junk is a local St. Albans, VT junk removal and moving company and we love our community. So many great people and businesses and let’s not forget the rich history of our area. We are thrilled to find some amazing stories to share with you this Halloween. Take a look if you dare…
10.) Maple Street, St. Albans, VT – There has been many residents that have lived on Maple street over the years that claim their homes are haunted. Claims date back to the 1960’s. Some indicate sewing machines would turn on by itself, knocking on doors when no one else was around, lights turning on and off and seeing apparitions.
9.) Brunswick Springs– Ripley’s Believe It or Not once called it “The Eighth Wonder of the World” and the Abenaki’s believed the springs had magical medicinal powers. Settlers came and build homes, hotels and railroads. A hotel was built in the 1800s and has mysteriously burnt down 3 times. After the 3rd time the hotel burned down in 1931 it was never rebuilt again.
8.) 160 Bank Street Burlington, VT- Now home to The Farmhouse Tap N Grill but was a McDonald’s back in the 1980’s. Strange occurrences have happened in the basement and screams have been heard in the restaurant.
7.) Cahoon Farm, Lyndon, VT- Apparitions have been seen dressed for a wedding, music has been heard playing, doors open and shut by themselves, floating figures, blankets being removed from overnight guest.
6.) Lakewood Drive, West Swanton, VT- Sightings of disembodied figures, unfamiliar voices calling your name, doors slamming, and shadows figures floating.
5.) Fort Ticonderoga– Active during the American Revolution and where the Green Mountain Boys, Ethan Allen and Benedict Arnold won their first victory it is not the site of a women apparition where she is seen floating in the water. Red orbs and the ghost of a British Soldier have also been seen.
4.) Wake Robin, Shelburne, VT- If you visit room 229 you might meet a former lady who inhabited the room and a couple who will activate the elevator and run through the halls.
3.) Lost Hiker on Mt. Mansfield– A tale of 2 brothers who got lost on the mountain in the 1960s who were never found can be seen walking on the trails.
2.) The Bennington Triangle – People have gone missing here and many unexplained occurrences between 1920 and 1950 and many consider Glastenbury Mountain cursed. Over the years 30-40 unexplained disappearances have happened making this the perfect spot to do some camping on Halloween don’t you think?
- Rublee Street, St. Albans, VT – Stories of footsteps and ghostly voices have been heard here, cold spots and also a poltergeist that can cause harm.
If you have any more information or details on these stories of hauntings please contact us.