Kentucky has a long and rich history, plus some of the most beautiful and peaceful scenery you will find anywhere. From Hopkinsville Goblins to bigfoot to space ships buried in the Red River Gorge. Beautiful water falls, open grass lands, rolling hills. Horse Farms, Zombie Halloween walks . Kentucky is no stranger to the odd, macabre, and bizarre. In fact, Kentucky has long been a hotspot for reported UFO sightings, cryptid sightings, conspiracies, mysteries, and some of the most haunted locations in America! From Bigfoot to the Pope Lick Monster, from the haunted Mammoth Caves to the infamous Waverly Hills, you never know what you’ll see in Kentucky. You might even stop by the Old Talbott Tavern for a visit and see the ghost of notorious Jessee James, who is said to haunt the place. From blood soaked Civil War battlefields to the haunted Bobby Mackey’s Music World, Kentucky has no shortage of locations to visit and investigate. How many of these locations have you visited? Have you seen odd creatures in the woods that defy explanation or know of someone that has seen a UFO or claims to have been abducted? Kentucky Mysteries is the home to all things odd, paranormal or supernatural. Welcome home!
On March 3rd, 1876 large chunks of meat rained from the sky across Olympia Springs in Bath County, KY. Valley Hill in Springfield Kentucky has been said to have showers of golden lights that cause some to have visions. The witches' tree of Old Louisville. Zombie Tours and Parties.
Polksville Cemetery In Salt Lick, KY is the most haunted and scary cemetary in KY. The Gates of Hell (Grandview Cemetery), Elizabethtown, KY. The Mulberry Demon Of Anderson County Kentucky. In the rural county of Marion lies a small town called Pilot’s Knob where women and childern had been accused of Witchcraft.