Haunted Atchison

For more than a decade, paranormal enthusiasts, brave travelers and those who like otherworldly diversions have been flocking to Atchison, intent on exploring its rich haunted history. The stories have been told since Atchison was a bustling transportation hub and launching point for westward migration in the late 1800s, and later a pioneering railroad town. That’s when many of our stately homes were built. The bizarre occurrences in these majestic dwellings continue to happen today and paranormal investigators still hold Atchison as a hotspot of ghostly happenings.

Sip on cocktails while you tour famous Atchison haunted houses at a Shocktail Party. The Shocktail Party includes a tour of three historic haunt locations: the Sallie House, Raven Hearse […]

Throughout the year, The Haunted 1889 McInteer Villa hosts public events, such as wine tastings, holiday functions, and more. Want to rent the Villa for a private event? Let us […]

Get a sampling of Haunted Atchison at the fun June weekend adventure.

The Dilgert House which finished construction in 1890, was once the family home of one of Atchison’s original stone masons, Adam Dilgert and his family. Well over a century has […]


Available by appointment.

Since 1995, families from across the nations have come to experience Haunted Atchison. The Haunted Atchison season, September through Early-November is a popular destination for casual spook chasers and committed paranormal investigators alike.

The best way to see Atchison and learn about its rich haunted history is aboard the Atchison Trolley! The Haunted Trolley Tour will board at the Santa Fe Depot at […]

Atchison’s most famous haunted house, the Sallie House, is visited by hundreds each year. The house is currently not occupied, and available for both daytime visits and overnight stays. A […]


Booking required. Overnight visits and daytime tours are available.