Ghosts of Point Sur Lighthouse: Haunted California

California, USA

Along one of the most pristine and picturesque stretches of Californian coastline rests a notorious, yet grand lighthouse. In 1889 the Point Sur Lighthouse was commissioned to be built as a way to protect ships entering the dangerous waters that surround it. Although the lighthouse was positioned strategically and had an incredibly bright light, it was unable to prevent a number of disasters that occurred in the area. At least a dozen shipwrecks, many of […]

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Ghosts of the Abandoned Lake Shawnee Amusement Park

West Virginia, USA

Lake Shawnee is an allegedly haunted and abandoned amusement park. The thought of such a location may send a chill down one’s spine, but it is the blood-curdling history of the land that this site was built upon which will truly give you the chills. The first dark moment in this location’s history occurred when the Clay family purchased land in West Virginia during the late 1700s. This land was intended to house the Clay […]

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17 Mile Drive’s Ghost Tree

Monterey, California, USA

17 Mile Drive is a pristine stretch of road that draws tourists in with its scenery and spectacular views. The road allows drivers to cover the entirety of Pebble Beach and take in the sights of the Pacific coastline surrounding the Monterey Peninsula in California. It is also the place where one can find a craggy, dead cypress tree stretching outwards the sea from a rocky cliff, today known as the Ghost Tree. Although it […]

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Ghosts of the Del Monte Speakeasy

Los Angeles, California, USA

In the heart of Venice, located underground, is a historic bar that serves up more spirits than just the alcoholic kind. The Del Monte Speakeasy is a popular watering hole for Los Angeles socialites, yet it is also deemed to be one of the most haunted places in town. The bar dates back to 1915 and managed to survive America’s prohibition by moving its operation underground into the dimly lit rooms that remain to make […]

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Ghosts of House of the Seven Gables: Haunted Salem

Salem, Massachusetts, USA

Salem is a charming and historic town, known predominantly and made infamous for its past Witch Trials. Although those trials date back to the 1600s, they have certainly shaped Salem and continue to influence its image to this day. Visitors tend to flock to Salem to experience its spooky side and there’s no shortage of paranormal hot spots to choose from. One of the supposedly haunted buildings, that continues to draw crowds to town, is […]

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La Moira House: Most Haunted House in Mexico

Mexico City, Mexico

Mexico City holds a building so sinister it has been completely painted black. This building is known as the La Moira House and it is thought by many to be the most haunted house in the entire country. Sitting in the San Miguel Capultepec area, this ominous house has amassed a serious amount of legends, which all seem fitting to the home’s spooky appearance. The most widely told paranormal story of La Moira House is […]

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Haunted Pico House: Ghosts of Los Angeles

Los Angeles, California, USA

Pico House adds immense character to one of the most historic areas of old downtown Los Angeles. The beautifully dated building has sat upon North Main Street since 1870 when it was built. A very wealthy businessman, Don Pío Pico, was responsible for the erection of the building, having it constructed to act as one of the most exquisite upper-class hotels in Southern California. Pico House has survived through some incredibly turbulent times. The area […]

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Peabody-Whitehead Mansion: Denver’s Most Haunted House

Denver, Colorado, USA

In a sleepy suburb of Denver, Colorado exists a derelict house with a sinister reputation. On a picturesque, quiet street sits this spooky house, shielded by a wire fence and bordered up windows. Built-in 1889, this former mansion was to be the home of William Riddick Whitehead, a man best known for being a surgeon who treated patients during the Crimean War. Following Whitehead’s death within the house in 1902, Governor James Peabody took up […]

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