From haunted houses and graveyards to wild stories of curses and witches, Mississippi urban legends are truly one of a kind. Creepy Mississippi's distinctly Southern flair really comes through in some of its tall tales, which run the full range from the ridiculous to the seemingly believable. Ghost stories from Mississippi include brides, murderers, bridges, mermaids, witches, and even the Devil himself.
It's no wonder that Mississippi is home to so much dark folklore. It was in the thick of the bloody Civil War. Countless slaves worked and died there. It was the place where Robert Johnson went to make his pact with the Devil. And it was allegedly the site of a massive disease outbreak and government cover up. If you want to learn more about the tragic, the weird, the haunting, and the strange lurking in the deep South, take a gander at this spooky list.
The Witch Of Yazoo
Robert Johnson's Deal With The Devil
The Most Haunted House In Mississippi
The Mercritis Cover-Up
The Tortured Ghosts Of The Bellevue
The Siren Of The Singing River