Take This Haunted Idaho Road Trip This Summer
Are you into creepy?! Idaho has some pretty blood curdling hot spots and this road trip will have you running for your life!
Big thanks to onlyinyourstate.com. We've included addresses to make this road trip a little easier. Other sites you may want to stop at in Boise are...
Stop #1 The State Hospital South Cemetery3101 Cromwell Ln, Blackfoot, ID 83221
This Idaho's oldest mental institution and it used to be called the Idaho Insane Asylum.
Stop #2 The Twin Falls Courthouse427 Shoshone St N, Twin Falls, ID 83301
The courthouse used to house prisoners on the top floor and several of them hung themselves in this building.
Stop #3 The Sluice Box609 Main St, Idaho City, ID 83631
This unique looking antique shop is rumored to be haunted. Floating lights have been spotted on the top floor and the owner says he has an open relationship with the spirit world.
Stop #3 Morris Hill Cemetery317 N Latah St, Boise, ID 83702
This cemetery dates back to 1882 and some of Idaho's most brutally murdered people are buried here, so it seems like the perfect spot to run into a ghost.
Stop #5 Snake River Heritage Center2295 Paddock Ave, Weiser, ID 83672
This campus used to serve as Weiser High School and one of the three buildings used to serve as a mental institution. You can take the creepy story from there.
Stop #6 Luna House0306 3rd St, Lewiston, ID 83501
A spirit known as "the lady in blue" is said to frequent this spot. Will you run into her?
Stop #7 Brig at Farragut State Park13550 ID-54, Athol, ID 83801
The brig at this formal Navy Training Center is home to the legend of a German prisoner of war who was apparently chained to his cell and left to die.
Stop #8 Spirit LakeKootenai County
Star crossed lovers apparently plunged to their deaths at this lake. To this day people say they have spotted the couple floating in the water.
Stop #9 Jameson Hotel304 6th St, Wallace, ID 83873
The former hotel is now closed but is still said to be home to a ghost named Maggie who frequented the hotel in 1800s. The tale is that her lover left her there and never returned.