Haunted 307: The Most Haunted Places in Wyoming Recap
Let's take a look back on all 31 of the Haunted 307 locations we explored this year for Halloween.
Haunted 307: The Virginian Hotel in Medicine Bow
You can stay the night in Room 34 of the Virginian and find out for yourself if Hank wants to be seen.
Haunted 307: Fort Laramie National Historic Site near Guernsey
Could Fort Laramie National Historic Site be the most haunted place in Wyoming?
Haunted 307: Mount Pisgah Cemetery in Gillette
After dark, the beautiful sprawling grounds take on an eerie appearance, with strange sights that might catch one off-guard.
Haunted 307: Morton Mansion in Douglas
If you're really lucky, you might see Margaret Morton waving from the upper windows, despite dying from tuberculosis in the early 1900s.
Haunted 307: Hot Springs County Library in Thermopolis
This library might have more to check out than just novels, and might have something more haunting than just a great story.
Haunted 307: Acme Theatre in Riverton
Those who catch a show at the theater may just find a patron watching the show with them who didn't pay for a ticket.
Haunted 307: Higgins Hotel in Glenrock
Edith is kind enough to tuck guests into bed. Now that's hospitality!
Haunted 307: Fort Bridger State Historic Site in Fort Bridger
Nearly all of the historic buildings are said to have their own resident ghosts on the grounds.
Haunted 307: The Ivy House in Casper
Tom and Kathy Johnson purchased the home after Mrs. White's passing and said that they didn't believe in ghosts. That opinion swiftly changed.