Abandoned, Creepy, Haunted & Eerily Exciting Alaska Life Stories
By: Courtney Dowd-Stanley
When the world feels like an apocalypse, it’s easy to feel a little doomed. But not all creepy, abandoned or eerie situations are bad. Many of the places and stories we are excited to share with you are packed with history, resilience, and overwhelming information. So if you are hunkering down at home and looking for a rabbit-hole of wild and riveting Alaska life stories, you’ve come to the right place. After each town name is a blue title with clickable link – so feel free to give the link a “tap” and learn a little something eerie & exciting about what each one has to offer.
2: lliamna Lake, Alaska – Suspicious Mythical Inhabitants Known As The “Illiamna Lake Monster” Hiding Deep Beneath The Surface
3: Adak, Alaska – Explore Abandoned WW11 & Cold War Military Remnants
4: Denali Borough, Alaska – “Igloo City” Abandoned Hotel Located In The Middle Of No-Man’s Land
5: Portage, Alaska – The Sunken Ghost Town That Nature Is Reclaiming
6: Dyea, Alaska – Check Out 3 Alaska Ghost Towns That You’ve Probably Never Heard Of
7: Cook Inlet, Alaska – “Mayday” – A Terrifying Night Sinking In The Icy Cold Waters Of Cook Inlet
8: Melozi River, Alaska – Scary Encounters While Hunting Near The Molzitna River
9: Dutch Harbor, Alaska – Jaw Dropping Alaska Airport Runways That’ll Make You Cringe
Do you know of any other creepy and abandoned places in Alaska? Also, we’d love to hear of any close calls you’ve had hunting or frightening experiences at sea.
Looking for another great read? You’ll enjoy: 11 Charming Alaska Small Towns That’ll Leave You Wanting More. Or try: Road-Trippin’ Alaska; Your perfect way to escape the crowds in 2020. Also, enjoy checking out America’s least-visited National Park located right here in Alaska. For a good laugh, you might also enjoy these 15 times Alaska moose thought they were humans and got caught on candid camera.