The first Grafton washed away in 1862 when the Virgin River flooded, and the second Grafton was built a mile upstream. Trouble with Indians and more flooding led to its desertion four years later.

Now, ghost hunters have reported footsteps and say they've felt breaths down the back of their necks from Grafton's ghostly inhabitants.

Could Grafton really be haunted? Visit and find out. Click here for our handy google map of Utah's haunted sites, including Grafton, and take a self-guided ghost tour.

If you're already planning a trip on I-15 South, stop at Grafton, by taking exit 27 toward Toquerville/Hurricane, turn left on UT-17 South, then left onto 500 North, right on Bridge Road and then a slight right on Grafton Road.

It's a 5-hour drive, so more of an along-the-way destination.