Haunting of The Bellaire House, Ohio

Ohio, USA

Nestled along the banks of the Ohio River sits a house, that not many would pick as being one of the most haunted locations in the United States. The Bellaire House has become an infamous place, rumored to be filled with ghosts, demons and even portals to other realms. The house was built by Jacob Heatherington and his wife Eliza in 1847. Being constructed near the site of a fatal mining accident that claimed 42 […]

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Haunting of the Farrar Elementary School, Iowa

Iowa, USA

In a remote part of Iowa sits the old Farrar Elementary School. A building that has long been disused and now remains surrounded by legend. The school building was constructed in 1921 and opened to students on April Fool’s Day 1922. The school would function as a K-12 for many years before becoming an elementary school. Eventually, with dwindling population numbers from the surrounding area, the school was to close. Forever ceasing class in 2001. […]

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Horror and Haunting of the Villisca Axe Murder House

Villisca, Iowa, USA

Sometime during the early hours of the morning on June 10th 1912, 2 adults and 6 children were brutally murdered in their beds while they slept in this humble home, today notoriously known as the Villisca Axe Murder House. The Moore family, who lived in the home, consisting of husband and wife Josiah and Sara, as well as their four children Herman, Katherine, Boyd and Paul had all attended a church event the evening prior […]

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Haunting of the USS North Carolina Battleship

Wilmington, North Carolina, USA

The USS North Carolina, today sits permanently docked in Wilmington, and is described by many as being one of the most haunted places in the state. Construction on the ship spanned from 1937 to 1941 and following attacks on Pearl Harbor the USS North Carolina was officially sent out to battle. The ship was built for speed and became well decorated during WWII, participating in every major naval offensive move in the Pacific area. However, […]

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Haunted Tales of the 1889 McInteer Villa, Kansas

Atchison, Kansas, USA

The McInteer Villa dates to 1889 and is claimed to be one of the most haunted places in the state of Kansas. The gorgeous home was originally built by John McInteer who was born in Ireland in 1827, yet moved to the USA where he started a successful business making harnesses and saddles. The house would pass through various owners and even functioned as a boarding home for a number of years. During its lifespan, […]

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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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