Five Top Places Said to be Haunted in North Carolina
North Carolina Haunts
Terrance Zepke, a Greensboro resident and author of numerous ghost books, shared five top places for ghostly haunts in North Carolina. Zepke's books include A Ghost Hunter's Guide to THE Most Haunted Places in America (Safari Publishing, $9.95) and Ghosts of the Carolinas for Kids (Pineapple Press, $9.95)
- The Grove Park Inn, Asheville: Haunted by the "Pink Lady," believed to be the spirit of a young girl who fell to her death from Room 545 in the 1920s.
- St. James Cemetery, Wilmington: Reportedly haunted by several spirits, including Samuel Jocelyn, who was accidentally buried alive.
- Hammock House, Beaufort: Bloodstains mysteriously appear periodically on the third floor and sounds of an orchestra, laughter, clanking and ghostly cries are heard.
- Chowan College, Murfreesboro: Haunted by the "Brown Lady," a young woman in a brown mourning dress who lost her fiancé in the Civil War and then lost her will to live.
- Hannah's Creek Swamp, Smithfield: Spirits of a group of looters who were hanged here, known as "The Marauders," linger.