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tonehenge State Park (in the vicinity of mile marker 102 on Washington State Highway 14) What makes a place sacred or a spiritual center? Are some sacred places naturally high in supernatural energy that can be detected by sensitive people who travel there? Or can we go to any place and worship, and the power of our own belief then makes the place sacred. Or are both theories true? This question may be answered at the Stonehenge monument built by Sam Hill from the 1910s to 1930.
Stull Cemetery -- USA, Highway to Hell. Located in Kansas, this cemetery has gained the reputation as one of the world’s most haunted cemeteries. Some people even consider it to be one of the seven gateways to Hell. There are so many legends, stories of witchcraft, ghosts and supernatural happenings surrounding it that even Pope John Paul II allegedly ordered his private jet not to fly over Stull while he was on the way to a public appearance in Colorado in 1995. The Pope considered Stull “unho
Those traveling to Washington and looking to get spooked will find that there are plenty of haunted places. As one of the states with more than a few paranormal research societies, Washington has a wealth of haunted locales that can be visited on tours that give visitors historical insight and maybe a few chills.