The Mark Twain House

The Mark Twain House was the home of novelist Samuel Langhorne Clemens (Mark Twain) in Hartford, Connecticut. Some paranormal enthusiasts believe the ghosts of members of the Clemens family who lived there in the 19th century haunt the house.

Sheffield Island Lighthouse

Sheffield Island Lighthouse is an allegedly haunted tower on Sheffield Island, Norwalk Islands, off the coast of Norwalk, Connecticut. Legend claims that the ghosts of past keepers haunt the lighthouse.

House of the Seven Gables

The House of the Seven Gables is a colonial-era mansion in Salem, Massachusetts, made famous by Nathaniel Hawthorne’s novel. Folklore alleged that the ghosts of former residents haunt the House of the Seven Gables.

Dock Street Theatre

The Dock Street Theatre is in the French Quarter of downtown Charleston, South Carolina. The ghost of Junius Brutus Booth, the father of John Wilkes Booth, President Abraham Lincoln’s killer, haunts it.

Hotel Monte Vista

Hotel Monte Vista is an alleged haunted hotel in Flagstaff, Arizona, constructed in 1927 at 100 North San Francisco Street. It is one of the oldest hotels in the city, with a long history of alleged hauntings.

Malahide Castle

Malahide Castle is a medieval fortress in Fingal, County Dublin, about 14 kilometers north of Dublin City. It was the home of the Talbot family for 800 years. Local folklore claims that several ghosts haunt the castle.

Wabasha Street Caves

The Wabasha Street Caves are sandstone caves near the Mississippi River in downtown Saint Paul, Minnesota. Local legend claims that the ghosts of people whose bodies mobsters allegedly dumped in the caves in the 1920s and 1930s still haunt the place.

Sallie House

The Sallie House is an alleged haunted house in Atchison, Kansas. Dr. Charles Finney practiced his medical profession there. Legend says the ghost of a little girl named Sallie, who died while Finney performed surgery, haunts the house.

The Octagon House in Washington D.C.

The Octagon House at 1799 New York Avenue, Northwest, Washington, D.C., served as the residence of President James Madison and First Lady Dolley Madison during the War of 1812. There have been reports of paranormal phenomena in the house since the 1800s.

LaLaurie Mansion

LaLaurie Mansion, where a fire occurred in 1834. While attempting to rescue people from the mansion’s slave quarters, rescuers discovered a chamber where Madame LaLaurie allegedly engaged in extreme sadistic torture of imprisoned slaves.