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Haunted Goldfield Hotel, Nevada
One of the most fascinating activities that I enjoyed while living in the desert years ago was ghost town hunting. Wonderful treasures could be found. Sometimes even real ghosts could be seen in the towns that were often in the middle of nowhere and seemingly devoid of any type of souls.
Haunted Hannibal Coffee Shop
Java Jive located at 211 N. Main in downtown Hannibal, Missouri, boyhood home of Mark Twain, is a favorite gathering spot for locals to talk about topics ranging from politics to the paranormal. Many of the customers might not be aware that there could be a ghost sitting at the table with them.
Haunted Hawaii Plantation Village
Hawaii’s Plantation Village, located in Waipahu, is an outdoor museum of more than 25 restored buildings representing the history of Hawaii. There are reports by staff that half of the 25 buildings are haunted.
Haunted Hawkeyes in Iowa City
University of Iowa Hawkeyes team members lived in a house close to the university where paranormal activity was a regular occurrence.
Haunted Hemingway House
After the prominent author’s suicide in the summer of 1961, his ghost has been seen often at his Key West home and at Sloppy Joe’s Bar in the area, which was known to be a favorite “haunt” of Hemingway.
Haunted Horsemen on New Year’s Eve
Each New Year’s Eve, the apparition of a ghost and carriage pulls up into the driveway. A woman disembarks from the carriage, walks up to the door, and is met by the butler…the dead butler.
Haunted Hotel Savoy in K.C.
Several ghostly apparitions have been reported at the Hotel Savoy in Kansas City, Missouri.
Haunted Kimo Theater in Albuquerque
Six year old Bobby Darnall died tragically decades ago in the gorgeous Kimo Theater in Albuquerque...and the youngster is still there!
Haunted Kingsley Plantation
Near the old house, on a long, dark, twisty road are the ruins of several small slave quarters where an entity called “Old Red Eyes” is sometimes glimpsed.
Haunted LaBinnah Bistro in Hannibal
The LaBinnah Bistro is located in an 1870 Victorian home at 207 N. 5th Street, part of Hannibal’s historic Millionaires’ Row. Many occurrences of paranormal activity have been experienced there over the last decade.
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