This Haunted Road Trip Will Lead You To The Scariest Places In North Carolina

North Carolina is full of history and haunts, between the Lost Colony of Roanoke to the Pink Lady of the Grove Park Inn, there’s all sorts of mystery, mayhem, and things that go bump in the night across the state. With Halloween fast approaching, what a better way to scare yourself silly than to visit some of the most notoriously haunted places in North Carolina? Why pay for a haunted house when you can have a truly frightening paranormal one? Follow this road trip for the scariest ride of your life!

The trip starts you off at the Great Dismal Swamp, you’ll travel south to witness the Maco Lights. Your next stop is Crybaby Ln. in Raleigh, next the Devil’s Tramping Ground, followed by an extra scary experience at Gravity Hill. Then, you’ll drive down the extremely haunted Edward’s Road (Payne Road) head west for the mystery of the Brown Mountain Lights, and finally have a place to rest and maybe see the Pink Lady at the Grove Park Inn.

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1. Great Dismal Swamp

The trip starts you off at the Great Dismal Swamp, you’ll travel south to witness the Maco Lights. Your next stop is Crybaby Ln. in Raleigh, next the Devil’s Tramping Ground, followed by an extra scary experience at Gravity Hill. Then, you’ll drive down the extremely haunted Edward’s Road (Payne Road) head west for the mystery of the Brown Mountain Lights, and finally have a place to rest and maybe see the Pink Lady at the Grove Park Inn.1. Great Dismal Swamp

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It’s the perfect time of year to get extra spooky! There are several points of interest and other haunted places to add to your list along the ride.

For a road trip that’s still spooky, but a bit different, travel through North Carolina’s ghost towns.

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