Chicago is home to a spine-tingling collection of real haunted places and spooky ghosts. If you believe in that kind of stuff. Read on.
Of course, not every haunted spot offers tours, or is legal to visit. Go sightseeing if you want, but I do not encourage anyone to break the lawwhile doing so. No trespassing! I’m not just saying this because my lawyers advised me to…
The Iroquois Theater and Death Alley
24 W Randolph St.
Chicago, IL 60601
In 1903, the Iroquois Theater – now known as the Ford Theater – caught fire and killed everyone who was inside. According to people who live by the area, there is a narrow passageway behind the Theater named “death alley,” where people have had strange ghostly encounters. Some even say they hear faint cries as they travel down this deserted alleyway.
Did I mention some of these spots aren’t for the faint of heart?
Bachelor’s Grove Cemetery
143rd St. and Midlothian Turnpike
Midlothian, IL 60445
This abandoned cemetery is named one of the most haunted cemeteries in the world. Located near Central Avenue (west of Cicero) and Midlothian Turnpike, The Rubio Woods Forest Preserve is the only way to access this “troubled” area. Several people have encountered a strange blue light seen roaming around in the cemetery, streaks of red light, and a bizarre mist. Others have had more of a strange encounter with the cemetery. While driving past in the night, they claim to see a parked car alongside the cemetery, and the car always seems to vanish, as the unsuspecting witnesses get close.
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