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Haunted Belvoir Winery in Liberty, MO
Belvoir Winery, once home to an orphanage, nursing home and hospital, is considered one of the most haunted locations in Missouri.
Haunted Biltmore Hotel in Coral Gables
A tale of opulence, gambling, murder, and, of course, a ghost or two in the luxurious Biltmore Hotel in Coral Gables, Florida.
Haunted Book House in St. Louis
Browsing through “real” bookstores is always a treat for me; but, a bookstore with ghosts is even more delightful.
Haunted Canadian Museum of Nature
The Victoria Memorial Museum Building known as “the castle” in Ottawa was built in 1905, and has housed the Canadian Museum of Nature since 1912. It cannot be determined when employees began hearing weird noises in the hallways of the huge structure, but reports have been going on for decades.
Haunted Circle Hot Springs Alaska
The haunted Circle Hot Springs Lodge in Central, Alaska.
Haunted Clifton Hall in Nottingham
Clifton Hall in Nottingham made national news in 2008 when it was repossessed by the bank. The family who owned the mansion claimed that it was haunted and they had moved out and stopped making payments. Even the paranormal group called in to help were frightened of their experiences.
Haunted Coe College
Coe College founded in 1851 is haunted by the spirit of a young woman who succumbed to the influenza epidemic of 1918.
Haunted Crescent Hotel
The Crescent Hotel in Eureka Springs, Arkansas, is a great place to enjoy yourself, learn about local history, and take a ghost tour. The possibility of meeting a ghost during your stay is very likely!
Haunted Deane House in Heritage Park
I first heard about this haunted house in Heritage Park Historical Village, Calgary, Alberta, Canada on an episode of Celebrity Hauntings on the Biography Channel. Actor Drake Bell talked about his experience there while working on a movie with John Cusack.
Haunted Eastern State Penitentiary
Opened in Philadelphia a few days before Halloween in 1829, this cold and daunting prison has been reported as haunted since the early 1940s when late-night workers “claimed to see odd things and hear strange voices.” Closed in 1969, and abandoned in 1971, the number of sightings has only increased.
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