Author: Travel Bugged

Florida, Pensacola, Travel

Six Ghosts Still Occupy One of the Most Haunted Lighthouses in America

For hundreds of years, Lighthouses have been serving as a navigational aid and warning boats and sailors of dangerous areas. The earliest form of lighthouses was probably a bonfire on a beach, before Egypt build the first lighthouse 2000 years ago. The first lighthouse in America was built in 1716 at the Boston Harbor and called the Boston Light. Soon […]

Huntersville, Lake Norman, North Carolina, Travel

Where are the Most Haunted Spots Near Lake Norman?

The quiet suburb of Huntersville, North Carolina may not seem like a hotbed for paranormal activity, but those that have experienced some of the local haunts might see it differently.  Here are the top reported locations of Ghosts sightings in the area. Latta Plantation The 200+ year old cotton plantation is sure to get your goose bumps jumping especially if […]

Berkshires, Hikes, Massachusetts, The Berkshires of Western Massachusetts

This Quintessential Town in The Berkshires Will Steal Your Heart

The drive alone to this well known and beloved town in The Berkshires is so spectacular winding through mountains, valleys, farmland, lush greenery and fine fall foliage that by the time you get to your designated location you would ask yourself “Can this get any better?”.  We can say confidently that is certainly does once your arrive upon Williamstown, Massachusetts. […]

Massachusetts, Travel

There is a Town in Massachusetts Where You Can Almost Touch Dinosaurs Dating Back to One Hundred Million Years Ago

When you first think of this town in Western Mass, dinosaurs might be the last thing that comes to mind. Sometime in the 19th century, Westfield, Massachusetts was a prominent center of the buggy whip industry, and got to be known as the “Whip City” which locals still call it to this day. Maybe that’s why it is so surprising […]

North Carolina, Travel, Waterfalls

Picturesque NC Waterfall Along a Historic Old Grist Mill

Located halfway between Charlotte, NC and Asheville, NC, McGalliard Falls Park in Valdese, North Carolina is a stop over you should take every time you are in the area. Whether for a view of the picturesque falls rolling off the edge, or a quick picnic with a view or just to stretch your legs for a short bit while enjoying […]

North Carolina, Travel

What’s Your Favorite Beach in The Mountains of North Carolina?

Lake James State Park is located near Nebo, NC and covers over 3,707 acres and borders 6,510-acre lake offering over 25 miles of trails (15 of which open to mountain biking), swimming, fishing, kayaking, boating and more. The lake is known to be one of the cleanest in the state of North Carolina bringing visitors from the nearby Burke and […]