Real Haunted Places in Utah
If you love haunted places and stories of paranormal activity, I’ll surprise you by saying that Utah is not immune to such things. For starters, Brigham Young’s farmhouse at “This is the Place Heritage Park,” can make you quite shivery if you’re afraid of ghosts. The house ranks highest in haunting among real haunted places in Utah.
It is said that Brigham Young and his son John Young loved the home so much that they still make occasional visits. Brigham Young appears as an old man, but John appears as a pleasant young man who once allowed his ghostly self to be photographed at a social gathering after the Wilcox family restored the house. In the farmhouse, the “Ballroom,” was a favorite spot for children. Some say they can still hear children laughing and playing in that room.
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There’s something about the Westminster College campus that makes the hair rise on the back of your neck. Several halls on campus seem to be occupied by folks long gone from this earth. In Converse Hall, a woman dressed in a bridal gown makes her occasional appearance. The bride was married in a chapel nearby and died while she and the groom were on the way to their honeymoon. She seems to have made Converse Hall, the oldest building on campus, her ghostly home. Other haunted halls, including Ferry, Nunemaker, and Hogle.