The only thing better than a road trip is a haunted road trip! Searching for a spooky way to spice up your vacation?
Look no further! This interactive map based on the popular podcast “And That’s Why We Drink” features locations from each episode. Don’t just listen to the stories, experience the ghosts & ghouls for yourself by using the map to plan your next haunted adventure!

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EP 206: Pyramid Lake

Pyramid Lake

Pyramid Lake is located North of Reno, Nevada. Pyramid Lake is nearly 900 feet deep and is the last remnant of ancient Lake Lahontan that covered much of Nevada from the Pleistocene era. Since Pyramid Lake was the deepest part of that prehistoric lake, nobody knows exactly what lurks in the sediments below. Some believe that the stories that involve Pyramid Lake in the great state of Nevada are just…

Whitney Restaurant

Top 25 Haunted Places – Whitney Restaurant

The Whitney Restaurant is located in Detroit, Michigan. The Whitney Mansion in Detroit has been a home, a hospice, and is currently a restaurant that boasts opulent dining rooms and a grand feel throughout the 22,000-foot property. The Whitney Mansion was built in 1894 by David Whitney Jr and is located in Detroit. It’s estimated to have cost $400,000, which translates to $9.5 million in today’s money, and has had…

Don CeSar Hotel

Top 25 Haunted Places – Don CeSar Hotel

The Don CeSar Hotel is located in St. Pete Beach, Florida. The Hotel Don Cesar or ‘Pink Palace’ as it’s more commonly known, has been a staple on the shoreline of St. Pete Beach since its completion in 1928. The hotel is not only known for its decadence, but it’s also well known for its ghostly goings-on too. The grand opening was an extravagant affair attended by the elite of…

Charleston Old City Jail

EP 198: Charleston Old City Jail

Charleston Old City Jail is located in the heart of Charleston, South Carolina. The jail was built in 1802 and was the Charleston jail until 1939. Most of this building is the original structure, but there are places that had to be renovated shortly after opening. The Old City Jail was known for housing some of the worst criminals in the city. The criminals here committed crimes such as murders…

Trans-Allegheny Lunatic Asylum

Top 25 Haunted Places – Trans-Allegheny Lunatic Asylum

Trans-Allegheny Lunatic Asylum is located in Weston West Virginia, South of Pittsburgh. The Trans-Allegheny Lunatic Asylum, constructed between 1858 and 1881, is the largest hand-cut stone masonry building in North America, and is purportedly the second largest in the world, next to the Kremlin. It was designed by the renowned architect Richard Andrews following the Kirkbride plan, which called for long rambling wings arranged in a staggered formation, assuring that…

Snedeker Haunting

EP 192: Snedeker Haunting

Snedeker is located in Southington Connecticut. After relocating to Connecticut for medical treatment, the Snedeker families eldest son started to complain of seeing shadows and hearing voices in the house. Not long after this, the paranormal activity began to effect the rest of the family. It was 1988 the Snedeker family had been going through some tough times their eldest son was undergoing treatment for Hodgkin’s lymphoma, and the family were in dire straits…

Poogan's Porch

EP 186: Poogan’s Porch

Poogan’s Porch is located in Charleston, South Carolina. Founded in 1670, the port city was a central part of British colonization. Over the years, it has seen the effects of the Revolution, the slave trade, and the Civil War. Many lives have been lost within the city. It’s no surprise that Charleston is a hot-bed of eerie activity. Poogan’s Porch was originally built as a stately home on Queen Street…

Preston Castle

EP 184: Preston Castle

Preston Castle is located in Ione, California In 1890, the California State Legislature purchased 230 acres from the Ione Coal & Iron Company for construction of the Preston School of Industry, a place where troubled boys could learn a trade instead of being incarcerated in juvenile prisons. A convicted burglar, Samuel Goins, arrived at Preston School in July 1918. Within his first year, Samuel attempted to escape Preston three times….