Hi everyone! I am sure there are plenty of Paranormal activity lovers out there.
Are you one of them?
Personally, i get scared quite easily. Nope, don’t say a word :P.
Anyways, for all the paranormal activity lovers out there, we have put together a list of top 10 most haunted places in USA. Check them out!
10. Bachelor’s Grove Cemetery, Chicago, Illinois
Over one hundred documented reports of ghost sightings make Bachelor’s Grove Cemetery one of the most haunted cemeteries in the country.
SpooooOOoooOOOoooky!! No way in hell would i go there!! Would you??
9. The Lincoln Theater, Decatur, Illinois
The grand old Lincoln Theater provides visitors with many classic examples of paranormal activity.
Listen for ghostly footsteps, or feel the hair on your arms stand on end with the chill of mysterious encounters.
The theater opened in 1916, built where a hotel had previously been. The Priest Hotel was built in 1860, experienced name changes over the next few decades, and burned to the ground in 1915.
At least two people were killed in the fire. <—- WHAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAT!! I bet they are the ghosts in there!
8. The Queen Mary, Long Beach, California
This haunted ocean liner contains numerous ghosts, including ghostly children playing by the pool and the spirit of a seventeen-year-old sailor killed while escaping a fire.
The Queen Mary offers ghost hunters a unique experience aboard a floating hotel.
Why would anyone go there?!?!
7. Mount Misery Road, West Hills, New York
Bucolic, well-heeled Long Island seems distant from the paranormal world, but the area known as West Hills has boasted amazing paranormal activity for over a century. Mount Misery Road, so-named by settlers cursing its difficult passage, and the area near Sweet Hollow Road have a rich history of paranormal phenomena. Ghostly faces seen in the trunks of trees, strange lights playing over the woods and misty apparitions appear to drivers near the Northern State Parkway.
6. Saint Augustine Lighthouse, St. Augustine, Florida
The St. Augustine Lighthouse and Museum provides a great tourist destination and a haunted place to visit all in one package!
Ghost stories about the lighthouse have intrigued visitors for decades.
Three little girls died on site during construction. Legend says they were playing with a rail car used to bring supplies up the hillside when the car spun out of control, drowning the three children in the water below.
Visitors report hearing a female crying, “Help me!” inside the tower, as well as mysterious lights and footsteps. <— You gonna help???
5. Eastern State Penitentiary, Philadelphia, Pennsylvania
Investigated by many paranormal groups and included in numerous television documentaries, Eastern State is often called the “haunted house within a prison”.
Can’t go there in person? An online, virtual reality tour is available for people like you!
4. Waverly Hills Sanatorium, Louisville, Kentucky
Prepare for shadows, ghostly nurses and disembodied voices singing in the attic at this former tuberculosis hospital in Kentucky.
Be sure to bring your camera, since most visitors catch orb photos when touring the Waverly Hills Sanatorium
3. The Stanley Hotel, Estes Park, Colorado
Stephen King wrote The Shining while staying at the Stanley.
The Atlantic Paranormal Society caught amazing evidence during two episodes of Ghost Hunters, and dozens of staff and guests report everything from apparitions of children to objects moving by themselves.
2. The Bell Witch Cave, Adams, Tennessee
Another spooky place for you guys. It has an interesting story though.
According to BellWitch.org, the Bell Witch was the former neighbor of John Bell, Kate Batts. She felt cheated in a land deal she and John Bell made and when she was on her deathbed, swore that she would come back to haunt him and his descendants.
Story has it that his daughter, Betsy Bell, had quite a few run-ins with the Bell Witch.
1. Gettysburg Battlefield, Gettysburg, Pennsylvania
The spookiest of them all!
Over ten thousand men died in the battle of Gettysburg. Located in Pennsylvania, the battlefield is now a national historical site.
Tourists report astonishing ghostly encounters. Many believe they met Civil War re-enactors, only to find out later that no such groups were at the park.
For visitors, the Gettysburg website includes general park information.