The existence of ghosts is widely debated in our world. There are those on every level ranging from those that claim to see and speak to the dead, those that believe there is something paranormal in our world and have general experiences, and those that claim all stories are fake and are generally skeptical that there is a way for a spirit to live on after the body is long gone. Many documented events occur in haunted locations where individuals see, hear, and experience the same things which allow many to assume this landmark is haunted. However, could this be a case of worldwide conformity and psychological manipulation rather than lived incidents?
We start to take a look at the warm, tropical climates of two of the more popular states, Florida and Hawaii. With these exotic states come some fascinating creatures and legends as well.
Two states in one! Connecticut and Delaware don't have a lot of exciting tales, not nearly as many as other states, but their tales spread across cities. These tales are well-known all over the states, so who needs a pile of scary creatures when you have one that haunts everyone?
California is a state known for high class, Hollywood movies, famous and eccentric individuals. So, it only makes sense that the urban legends and known creatures in this state are just as eccentric and odd, yet fascinating to learn about.
Time to look into a state that has some of the strangest creatures that are a bit hard to believe, yet one of the most interesting and believable urban legends.
Despite the states varying from size and population, some just don't have many urban legends or known cryptids, but each one still has their own version that locals talk about and visitors question.