The majority of sites these ghost hunting teams chose to investigate usually have one thing in common, and that's death. Locations that have dark histories such as battlefields and hospitals are usually visited by paranormal investigators.
Humans have been attempting to educate themselves on the subject of life after death for centuries. Reality shows like Ghost Hunters, which has been airing for almost 20 years now, have turned millions of people into novice specter inspectors.
Organizers of this year's Haunted Mansions of Albion Halloween attraction recently held auditions for this year's crew of monsters, ghouls, spirits, and demented characters, and are preparing to leave the lights off for brave visitors in less than two weeks.
There's a reason why teams of ghost investigators routinely pay the state of Idaho visits and start rolling cameras. A nature walk that has been rumored to leave some visitors feeling a tad uneasy can be located about a 90-minute drive east of Twin Falls.
Southern Idaho has quite a history when it comes to the paranormal. The 100-year anniversary of one of Twin Falls' most creepiest legends recently passed, and the location of where the incidents took place is one where you'll find many people walking their dogs, completely unware of what is said to have transpired there long ago.
One of the more unsettling legends out there is the early-twentieth century tale of the "Devil's Henchman," where it is alleged a man murdered numerous children off of Shoshone Street, and just under where the current Old Towne Bridge passes over Rock Creek in Twin Falls.
A video shot in late 2015 in the Boise area that went viral and became one of the most scrutinized throughout paranormal communities worldwide is currently being featured on a popular cable television show.
A formerly abandoned property located in the city of Gooding that was once a hospital specializing in the treatment of a highly contagious disease, will soon be the site for overnight stays for those that enjoy a good scare.