Haunting of the Mizpah Hotel, Nevada

Tonopah, Nevada, USA

Tonopah is a former mining town in a remote part of Nevada. It’s a place of great history, but also a place of great hauntings. No other building in town boasts as big a reputation for hauntings than the Mizpah Hotel. The Mizpah first opened in 1907 and was one of the first luxury hotels constructed in Nevada. Being such an opulent place in a booming town, it didn’t take long for the hotel to […]

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The Haunted Fairfield County Infirmary

Ohio, USA

The Fairfield County Infirmary, known as a poor farm, was a place for the less fortunate. It was intended to shelter those without a home and was also a place were people were admitted for physical or mental health issues. It held those with disabilities, who were sick, too old to care for themselves or even children who were orphaned. The first wooden structure to provide this care was erected in Lancaster, Ohio in 1828, […]

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Beattie Mansion: Most Haunted House in Missouri

Missouri, USA

The Beattie Mansion is an epic place of historical significance. It exists in Saint Joseph, Missouri and has been known locally as “The House on the Hill.” It was erected back in 1854 by Armstrong and Eliza Beattie as their family home, though it was destined to become much more. Armstong would later pass away from Cholera in 1878 and Eliza would follow in death just two years later. Since, this wealthy couple had no […]

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The Haunted Ohio State Reformatory: Ghostly Prison

Ohio, USA

Construction began on the impressive stronghold that would become the Ohio State Reformatory in 1886, though the project would not be completed until 1910 and the building’s first inmates would not be introduced until 1896. The reformatory was built to inspire wrong-doers to return to spiritually, and as such, invoked many features of a medieval castle into its design, even earning itself the local nickname of Draculas’ Castle for its foreboding appearance. Originally, the Reformatory […]

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Haunting of the Clown Motel: Ghosts of Tonopah, Nevada

Tonopah, Nevada, USA

In a remote part of Nevada lies the small town of Tonopah. Once a thriving mining community, now best known for holding the terrifying Clown Motel. It seems a strange mix, clowns and a motel, but it is this differentiator that has caused the Clown Motel to become world famous, though many still see it as a scary mix. There seems to be a lot going on within the vicinity of the Clown Motel, especially […]

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Sallie House: Haunting or a Demon?

Atchison, Kansas, USA

In the small picturesque town of Atchison, Kansas sits a former home that holds such notoriety many fear to enter it, this place is known as the Sallie House. Built in the early 1900s, the property was originally home to the town’s doctor and gained its name one fateful night, when a frantic mother brought her six year old daughter to its door step. The young girl was in a great deal of pain and […]

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Haunting of the USS Hornet: Ghosts in Alameda

Alameda, California, USA

Now disused and permanently docked in Alameda, California, the USS Hornet remains one of the most successful and decorated ships of the United States Navy. It is also said to be one of the country’s most haunted. It was commissioned in 1943 and by March of 1944, sailed out of Pearl Harbor, ready to fight in WWII. The ship was an impressive aircraft carrier equipped with fighter, bombing and torpedo squadrons that managed to shoot […]

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Hollywood Sign’s Haunting: Ghost of Peg Entwistle

Los Angeles, California, USA

Hollywood is a place filled with glitz, glam and well known throughout the world for being the home of film. One of the area’s most iconic and recognizable landmarks is the Hollywood Sign, which originally read “Hollywood Land” and was erected as part of a real estate development marketing campaign. For many years, people have claimed that the Hollywood sign is actually haunted. This seems to fit in with the dark and at times seedy-side […]

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