What are the most haunted places in Flagstaff?
We encourage you to read through our list of the most haunted places in Flagstaff. However, nothing will replace a great ghost tour. While we hope you enjoy our pages about the most haunted places in Flagstaff, we also hope you'll join us for a Ghost Tour in Flagstaff.
Running from Chicago to Los Angeles, this historic piece of Americana has been a representation of freedom and the open road since it was first established in 1926, carrying generations of road-weary travelers west through America’s heartland. From popular literature, songs, and movies, this stretch of road has not only come to symbolize the size, grandeur, and sense of adventure of America’s western frontier, it has, in the process, also adopted some of the country’s most notoriously haunted towns.
In fact, there is no shortage of paranormal activity on this 2,448 mile stretch of asphalt, but when it comes to the most terrifying strip of America’s most famous route, Arizona shines above the rest.Read more about the Ghosts of Arizona's Route 66
Built atop the ruins of Emerson Elementary School, the Flagstaff City-Coconino County Public Library has long been a staple of this picturesque mountain town, providing multiple services for the cultural enhancement of the city and its residents.
But the story of the library and the path it took to get where it is today is far from simple, and a closer look at its unusual history shows exactly why it’s been listed among the greatest haunts of the American Old West. What is it about this seemingly harmless institution that has built its reputation for strange and unusual activity?Read more about the Haunted Library
Whatever your poison, the Hotel Monte Vista is here for you, and this glimpse into the Great American West comes filled with lore, antiquity, and a few enduring spirits that have been with the hotel so long that they have become part of its mystique. From murdered sex workers and the ghosts of bellboys past, to bootleg tunnels and prohibition-era cocktail lounges, there is no shortage of mysteries to explore when it comes to one of the “City of Seven Wonders’” most notorious haunts.Read more about the Haunted Monte Vista Hotel
Constructed in 1916 by community builder and pioneer John W. Weatherford, the Orpheum Theater is a historic icon of entertainment in the beautiful mountain town of Flagstaff, AZ.
Over the years, it’s had its fair share of hauntings, including the spirits who roam the balcony at night, the bad energy in the men’s bathroom, and the prankster poltergeist who once caused a ruckus at the concession stand.Read more about the Ghosts of the Orpheum Theater
Try as they might to keep the strange and unusual safely locked away behind closed doors, rumors about the house and the paranormal activity within has been circulating the Capitol Hill neighborhood for many years. From phantom sounds, playful poltergeists, full-body apparitions, and even a portal to the spirit realm beyond, there is no shortage of activity in this museum.Read more about the Haunted Weatherford Hotel
The Milligan House, built in 1904, first served as a humble home for James Curtis Milligan and his family. Milligan, a local Justice of the Peace, was also the owner of a brickyard that supplied materials for many of the historic structures in Flagstaff.
Now the official Flagstaff Convention and Visitors’ Bureau (CVB), the Milligan House is one of this mountain town’s more famously haunted locations.Read more about the Haunted Milligan House