Haunted Places in Lehigh Valley, PA
Haunted places in the Delaware Valley in the Lehigh Valley, PA area

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Easton Area Haunted Public Library
515 Church Street, Easton, PA 18042 (map it)
The Easton Area Public Library was built in 1903 on the site of the German Reformed Cemetery, the oldest graveyard in Easton. This graveyard was the resting place of 514 people. The graves of all but 30 unclaimed people were moved prior to library construction. Show more... Most of these remains were dumped into an underground cement vault, creating an unmarked mass grave. When additions were built onto the main library building, the cement vault was paved over to create a parking lot. With the disturbance of so many remains, it is no wonder that the library is haunted. There have been reports of a female spirit floating around the outside of the library or standing by a window. Library staff and patrons have reported doors slamming shut and opening suddenly, books flying across stacks or thrown off shelves, filing cabinet drawers opening, objects moving around and being left in unusual places, feeling cold hands run through their hair, and being touched on the shoulders. ...Show less
Ghost Tours of Downtown Bethlehem
428 Main Street,Moravian Book Shop, Bethlehem, PA 18018 (map it)
Don't be afraid to join the thousands of guests who have experienced the Moravian Book Shop's Historic Haunts of Downtown Bethlehem Ghost Tours. With only a candle to light your way through the darkened streets, and a knowledgeable guide to lead you Show more... through history, you will experience the past and the paranormal of the gorgeous and (evidently) ghost-filled Historic District of Bethlehem. Fact or Folklore? We'll let you decide! ...Show less
Hotel Bethlehem
437 Main Street, Bethlehem, PA 18018 (map it)
To date, there are many accounts of the paranormal at the Hotel Bethlehem, one might see a fleeting shadow or transparent figure, or hear the elevator working when no one is aboard - just enough to wonder if some residual memory of a former guest is Show more... walking the halls. Perhaps you will suddenly feel a cold or hear your name called; some have reported being tapped on the shoulder, to turn around and find no one there. Ghosts have been seen in the 3rd floor exercise room and lobby areas, the boiler room, kitchen/restaurant area, and Room 932 on the Ninth Floor. ...Show less
King George Inn
3141 Hamilton Boulevard, Allentown, PA 18193 (map it)

Built in 1756, the King George Inn offered a place for people to eat and sleep as they traveled to Easton, Reading, Philadelphia, and the Allegheny Mountains. The building is on the National Register of Historic Places. Most recently, the inn operated Show more... as a restaurant, but in 2012 it was forced to close its doors. Staff reported hearing footsteps going up the staircase, doors opening without assistance, a baby crying near an old cistern, seeing an apparition of a little girl dressed in colonial garb and a bearded man in a colonial tunic and lacy shirt, a revolutionary era soldier, and the spirit of a man who hung himself. ...Show less
Moravian College
1200 Main Street, Bethlehem, PA 18018 (map it)
There have been reports of spirit hauntings on the campus grounds and in many of the Moravian College buildings (some of which date back to the mid 1700's). Students and teachers in the Single Brethren's House (Moravian College's Music Department) have Show more... reported cold spots and passing cold winds, doors that open and close unexpectedly, and apparitions of revolutionary era soldiers and nurses. Ghosts of revolutionary soldiers have been seen in full uniform patrolling the grounds of the Pricilla Payne Hurd Campus of Moravian College. Comenius Hall is haunted by a young male who had to interrupt his education to fight in World War I. The spirit of a young female, Alicia, who was killed by her boyfriend in her sorority house, has been seen in the attic rooms of this building. ...Show less
Muhlenberg College - South Hall
2400 W. Chew Street, Allentown, PA 18104 (map it)
The most infamous haunting on the Muhlenberg campus is that of Oscar Bernheim who was either a former registrar or treasurer at Muhlenberg. He left his estate to the college with specific instructions for the college to take care of his garden. Before Show more... the college demolished his residence to make way for South Hall (a dormitory), it was reported that Bernheim's ghost haunted the residence's attic, basement, rear garden, and the third floor bedroom where he died. Since the demolition, students in South Hall have reported strange noises and belongings being moved. Many students believe that the source of the Bernheims's frustration is that the college did not follow through with his wishes to take care of his garden. According to campus lore, the only way to ward the ghost is to keep a healthy plant in your room to pacify him. ...Show less
State Theatre Center for the Arts
453 Northampton Street, Easton, PA 18042 (map it)
The State Theatre Center for the Arts building dates back to 1925; the fa├žade was retained from an 1873 Northampton National Bank building. The theatre is proud of its paranormal legend, Fred the Ghost. Fred Osterstock managed the company that owned Show more... the theatre from 1936 to 1965. Numerous Fred sightings have been reported. When the theatre was empty, maintenance workers would sometimes glimpse a man at the back of the theatre, just standing, or perhaps entering one of the utility closets. On a few occasions, the police were called and found no one in the building. Once, hair bristled on the necks of dogs they had brought, but nothing was visible to the officers. In 2003, the State Theatre honored FRED by naming the Annual FREDDY AWARDS after him - an awards ceremony that recognizes outstanding achievement in local high school theater. ...Show less