Mizpah Hotel

The Mizpah Hotel is a haunted historic building in Tonopah, Nye County, Nevada. Residents of the town alleged that ghosts haunt the property. Some said it is the most haunted hotel in the U.S.

San Fernando Cathedral

San Fernando Cathedral is an old Roman Catholic Church cathedral in San Antonio, Texas. Locals believe the ghosts of generations of people buried on the cathedral premises haunt it. The alleged ghosts include the spirits of the defenders of the Alamo.

McInteer Villa

The McInteer Villa is an alleged haunted house in Atchison, Kansas. The Irish immigrant and businessman John McInteer built it in 1889. Folklore claims that the ghosts of people who died in there haunt it.

Houghton Mansion

The Houghton Mansion is an allegedly haunted house in North Adams, Berkshire County, MA. Legend says the ghosts of people who lived there in the early 1900s haunt it.

Fort Delaware

Fort Delaware is a defense structure on Pea Patch Island on the Delaware River. The Union authorities imprisoned thousands of Confederate soldiers at the fort during the Civil War, and many died there. Folklore claims the ghosts of the Confederate soldiers still haunt the place.

Pfister Hotel

The Pfister Hotel is an allegedly haunted hotel in Milwaukee, Wisconsin, constructed in the 1890s. Many major league baseball players reported paranormal activity there.

Lake Shawnee Amusement Park

Lake Shawnee Abandoned Amusement Park is an alleged haunted park in West Virginia. Archeologists reportedly discovered a Native American burial ground there in the 1990s. The site also has a history of tragic deaths.

Hoop Snake

The Hoop Snake is a cryptid serpent from folkloric traditions across the U.S. and Canada.

Idaho State Penitentiary

The Idaho State Penitentiary operated as a prison on the eastern outskirts of Boise from the late 1870s to 1973. Paranormal experts say it is the most haunted place in Idaho.

Moundsville Penitentiary

Moundsville Penitentiary (West Virginia Penitentiary) is an old prison in West Virginia. It opened in 1876 and closed in 1995. Folklore alleges that the spirits of the people who lived, suffered, and died during the nearly 100 years it operated haunt the facility.