Category Archives: Haunted Places

45 Spine Tingling Haunted Places in the USA

The Witch House, Salem, Massachusetts The only building left in Salem that connects directly to the infamous Salem Witch Trials, it is said to be haunted by many of the witch hunt’s victims. 45 Spine Tingling Haunted Places in the USA

10 Abandoned Psych Wards Photographers Love Sneaking Into

The abandoned MT Psychiatric Center, NY. This relatively small psychiatric center is listed as one the most haunted places of the county and has been fenced off for over a decade. The building itself is about to collapse and parts of the floor are moving as you walk over it.

5 of the World’s Most Haunted Places

Discovered less than 30 years ago beneath the bustling streets of Scotland’s capital city, the Edinburgh Vaults are consistently named one of the most haunted places in the world-and for good reason. For more than 200 years the abandoned vaults remained untouched, trapping the gho

The Scariest Places in America | EASTERN STATE PENITENTIARY, PHILADELPHIA | This…

The Scariest Places in America | EASTERN STATE PENITENTIARY, PHILADELPHIA | This now-defunct prison which dates to 1829, lists two options for visitors: traditional daytime tours or an evening haunted house experience, Terror Behind Walls, which allows guests to participate in the shenanigans — if they dare. “Those who opt in … may be grabbed, held back, sent into hidden passageways, removed from their group, and even occasionally incorporated into the show,” the site says.

The Most Haunted Place in Each of the 50 States

Summerwind Mansion, West Bay Lake, Wisconsin Built in the early 20th century, this lodge turned mansion was the residence of Robert Lamont, who would eventually leave the house after an encounter with an apparition. Another set of owners left after a few months because the paranormal events literally almost drove them insane. From: The Most Haunted Place in Each of the 50 States

10 Real-Life Haunted Locations Across the U.S.

One of the most infamous haunting stories among the many in Connecticut comes from a place called Dudleytown. In the mid 18th century, the Dudley family migrated from England and settled in a small village in the Northwestern part of Connecticut, known today as Cornwall. Today, the town is closed to the public. Most of the property is consumed by forest.