Real Haunted Places in the U.S. to Visit This Halloween

Real Haunted Places in the U.S. to Visit This Halloween

The United States is filled with real places that are considered to be haunted. These places provide you with golden opportunities to experience ghost activity and paranormal phenomena. Here are some of the most popular real haunted place in the United States to visit this Halloween.

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Lizzie Borden House in Fall River, Massachusetts

Lizzie Borden supposedly murdered her father and her stepmother in this house in 1892. She was later acquitted of both killings but still remained the prime suspect in the case. If you spend the night here, the breakfast in the morning is the same breakfast Andrew and Abby Borden consumed the day they were killed.

Eastern State Penitentiary in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania

This penitentiary is almost 200 years old and has had a great deal of paranormal activity throughout the years. There have been numerous paranormal investigation teams that have explored the site including Most Haunted Live and Ghost Adventures from the Travel Channel and Ghost Hunters from the SyFy Channel. Since the 1940’s, officers as well as inmates have reported activity including explainable sightings and overall eeriness. The penitentiary is now a museum open to the public.

Stanley Hotel in Estes Park, Colorado

The Stanley Hotel was the place that Stephen King stayed at and became the inspiration for his movie The Shinning. The hotel is over 100 years old and guests have reported all types of paranormal activity including piano music when no one is playing the piano, lights turning off and on by themselves and items throughout the hotel being moved by an unseen force.

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Kehoe House in Savannah, Georgia

The Kehoe House was built in 1892 by the rich Kehoe family. The family lived in the mansion with their 10 children until the younger twin girls died while they were playing in the chimney of the home. There have been numerous guests as well as staff that have claimed they could hear children laughing and running up and down the hallways. This is not possible since the Kehoe House is adults only and doesn’t allow children as guests.



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