Category Archives: Haunted Places

United States Ghosts, Alcatraz

Haunted Alcatraz is one of the most haunted places in the United States and here you can check it all out. If you want one of the best ghost stories ever then here it is. Spooky tales here. For sure paranormal activity.

The Most Haunted Place in Each of the 50 States

Henderson Castle, Kalamazoo, Michigan – was built in 1895 and is currently a Bed & Breakfast. It’s said to be haunted by the original owners, a soldier, a little girl and a dog. Activity includes physical contact, radios blaring even when unplugged, and apparitions.

World’s Most Haunting Cemeteries

In Baltimore, Edgar Allan Poe’s final resting place looks as if it’s straight out of one of his tales. (Courtesy Westminster Preservation Trust) From: World’s Most Haunting Cemeteries

Anyone who fancies themselves a ghost hunter in the state of New York should mak…

Anyone who fancies themselves a ghost hunter in the state of New York should make a visit to the Beardslee Castle one of their top priorities. I have heard of and have seen many so-called haunted places in my travels around this wonderful state of ours. I have to say that Beardslee is both one of the most fascinating and one of the most authentic. Beardslee Castle – Little Falls, NY.

45 Spine Tingling Haunted Places in the USA

Epperson House, Kansas City, Missouri Said to be one of the most haunted houses in the country, the building is now part of the University of Missouri – Kansas City. Figures of former owners have been seen and strange music heard, plus lights are seen to be turned off by the apparition of a hand. 45 Spine Tingling Haunted Places in the USA

The Scariest Places in America | BODIE, CALIFORNIA | Considered one of the count…

The Scariest Places in America | BODIE, CALIFORNIA | Considered one of the country’s most authentic ghost towns, this Gold-Rush– era mining settlement still has about 100 structures standing, including a jail, firehouse, and church. It’s part of the California and is in a state of “arrested decay,” meaning nothing has been touched since it was designated a historic site in 1962.