There's the Gurdon Light, the supernatural Allen House in Monticello, and the Crescent Hotel in
Eureka Springs, America's most haunted hotel.
But you can also find plenty of frights in Little Rock.
"There's a bottle in this curio cabinet here that rolls back and forth," says Mindy Hunter, a
paranormal researcher with the Arkansas Paranormal Research Association (APRA).
Curran Hall was built in 1843 by Colonel Walters and his wife, but Mary Eliza Walters died before
they moved in. Paranormal investigators claim they recorder the following whisper in the so-called
"Mary, that's who I am."
And in the shed out back, investigators claimed to hear something else.
"Help me," a believed ghostly voice said.
Just a few blocks away, the Empress Bed and Breakfast of Little Rock, built after the Civil War by carpetbagger/saloon keeper James Hornibrook.
"He had his influential that would come drink with him at the saloon, come back with him at the
house, and he had an illegal poker tournament going on up here in his card room," says hotel manager Jessica Ledbetter. "He died on property about three years after he finished the house. He was walking in the front gate downstairs and had a stroke."
Ever since, people say they've seen lights in the high corner room, and shadows behind the stained glass.
"Could be the ceiling fan. Could be a guest walking around there, could be Mr. Hornibrook," Ledbetter says.
Even the Mount Holly Cemetery down the street is said to be haunted with many of it's residents coming out to visit with the living.
"Is there a lot of paranormal activity in Little Rock?," we ask Hunter, who replies "There's quite a bit, yes."
Hunter has spent many sleepless nights setting up tape recorders, cameras, and other equipment, to catch a fleeting glimpse of a spectral presence.
"It's actually kind of boring a lot of times, because you sit and state and wait," she says. "Every once in a while, you kind of catch something, and it makes it all worth while."
One of those was an apparition the researchers captured with a camera. They've also heard screams and seen shadows.