Maine Named 2nd ‘Most Haunted State in America’
Watch out while traveling up to Maine to grab the best lobster roll of your entire life, because while gobbling down that crustacean sammich you’re more likely to encounter a ghostly being than in almost any other state, according to a new study.
Bonus Finder counted up each state’s cemeteries, ghost sightings, haunted locations, and resident paranormal investigators to determine a rundown of most-haunted to least-haunted states in the US. Maine finished as the runner up.
If you’re petrified by the thought of hauntings, ghosts, and paranormal activities then you should probably move to New Jersey because according to the study there ain’t no ghosts there!! New Jersey ended up with an overall “haunting score” of 0.8 out of 10. If there are ghosts in New Jersey they like to chill, keep a low profile, and spend their days eating invisible pork rolls.
If you LOVE the thought of hauntings, ghosts, and paranormal activities then you should consider moving to Texas, the most haunted state in America according to the study. Texas gets an overall haunting score of 9.8 out of 10. Texas has so many ghosts that even the ghosts complain of hauntings. I kid.
Maine took the second most haunted spot with a haunting score of 9.0 out of 10. Vermont tied Florida for third with a score of 8.8 out of 10. Surprisingly even though Massachusetts is so dang old and has so much history, we’re relatively unhaunted (again, according to this study). Massachusetts finished as the 38th most haunted state in the US with a haunting score of only 3.1! So that ghost you heard last night was just your cat. LOL
Since we’re getting into the spirit of the Spooky Season in this article, here’s some Halloween info you can actually use: 5 Candies To Avoid This Halloween according to the Beverly Hills Dentist. Truth be told I’m still going nuts on sour gummies but that’s just me…