Welcome to Yellowstone National Park, the place where ghosts walk! Pull up a chair or gather round the campfire and get ready for creepy tales of ghostly hauntings, eerie happenings, and other strange occurrences under starry skies. A phantom bellman assists a woman with her luggage; a picnicker has lunch with a ghost; a park ranger encounters a Sasquatch; a young man faces an ancient wilderness spirit of the Bear, and so much more.
This collection of Yellowstone ghost stories ranges from mysterious to leave-the-light-on scary. Whether read around the campfire on a dark and stormy night or from the backseat of the family van on the way to grandma’s, this is a collection to treasure.
So, is the Yellowstone Nation Park really haunted? You bet.
Are you planning a Yellowstone National Park Vacation? You can follow in the footsteps of S.E. Schlosser and visit Yellowstone’s most haunted locations using the Yellowstone National Park Self-Guided Ghost Tour – Lower Loop.
TABLE OF CONTENTS
Part One: Ghost Stories
1. Mattie – Nez Perce Picnic Area
2. I Want to Go Home – Lake Village
3. The Ghost in the Green Shirt – Jackson Lake
4. The Headless Bride – Old Faithful
5. Hello, Darlin’ – Cody
6. Fatal Feud – Madison County
7. Ghost Train – Gardiner
8. Thirty-Seven Days – Crescent Hill
9. The Drowned Man – Stevenson Island
10. The Ghost in Room 203 – Fountain Flats
11. The Miner’s Ghost – Cooke City
12. Double or Nothing – Norris
13. Dark Presence – Cody
Part Two: Powers of Darkness and Light
14. Fire! – Lake Yellowstone
15. Kahn Hayn – Mud Volcano
16. Yancey’s Ghost – Roosevelt
17. Sasquatch – Lamar Valley
18. The Sentinel – Dunraven Pass
19. Little Joe’s Grave – Mammoth
20. The Miracle – Lower Geyser Basin
21. Death Pit – Tower Junction
22. Swept Over – Canyon
23. The Hero of Stone Mountain – Stone Mountain
24. Not Far Below – West Thumb
25. Shattered – West Yellowstone
To read a few excerpts, check out our Yellowstone Ghost Stories page!