After arriving at the airport, you find yourself wondering, “Why are airports so cold?,” as you bundle up. It appears that it might not only be the HVAC systems. At least in some airports, there might be another little more paranormal explanation.
The paranormal is common in the 5 US airports that are thought to be the most haunted.
The thing that makes haunted airports so peculiar is that you wouldn’t often equate airports with hauntings. They are typically among of the most vibrant areas on earth, far from abandoned. They are crowded with people, open around-the-clock, and feature baggage carousels, never-ending lighting, infrequently-closing shops, and constant PA announcements.
Top 5 Most Haunted Airports in the US in detail:
5.Duluth International Airport, Minnesota
According to security officers at Duluth Airport, a woman who was fatally stabbed nearby has been making her presence known by activating alarms and causing doors to open and close on their own. The murderer allegedly fled into the terminal after killing her, and the woman is said to be searching for him in eternity.
4.Chandler Airport, Fresno, California
People have been seen to pass through the old terminal wall at this ancient airport, according to accounts of paranormal activity! Others claim to have observed an old man gazing out onto the field from the old control tower, seemingly watching fictitious planes take off and land. Additionally, allegations of unidentified voices and strange noises in the airport restaurant have been made.
3.Denver International Airport, Colorado
If Denver Airport isn’t listed, is it even a list of haunted airports? On holy Native American property, the Mile-High airport was constructed (you know nothing good ever comes of that!). As a result, there have been numerous claims of poltergeist activity, including chanting, strange apparitions, and other unexplained sounds and phenomena.
Don’t forget about “Blucifer,” also known as Blue Mustang, the 32-foot-tall horse sculpture with fiery red eyes that murdered Luis Jiménez when it fell on him. We won’t even discuss the numerous conspiracy theories (including the Freemasons, the Illuminati, the Nazis, and lizard people) because that would require a completely separate page.
2.O’Hare International Airport, Chicago
IllinoisO’Hare International Airport seems to be a hub of enigmas. “Why is there no terminal 4 at O’Hare? Terminals 1, 2, 3, and 5 are available. “Why are the flights at O’Hare always so late?” These are the less interesting ones. However, the history of the hauntings at and around O’Hare Airport is a little more tragic and moving.
All 271 people on board American Airlines Flight 191, a DC 10 aircraft, perished in the accident on May 25, 1979, less than a mile from the end of the runway. Shortly after, residents of a nearby caravan park asserted that spirits knocked on their doors in search of lost luggage. There have also been reports of ghostly figures and apparitions in the field where Flight 191 went down.
1.Savannah/Hilton Head International Airport, Georgia
Georgia’s second-busiest airport is Savannah/Hilton Head International. Pilots and airport employees testify about bizarre, unexplainable ghost sightings even in the midst of the chaos. According to legend, two people will materialise along the runway’s north side if you land just after sunset. This might be as a result of the runway at the airport having two cemeteries embedded in it! Passengers and pilots can easily see the graves of Richard and Catherine Dotson, the former owners of the land where the airport now stands. Even the airport’s website features a picture of these tombs.