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  1. dustin at |

    Robert was the original Chucky! Honestly, that has to be the scariest thing on the list.

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    1. Kurt at |

      Yea I got shivers just looking at it, that is one creepy doll.

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    2. john at |

      seriously that is the creepiest thing i have ever heard of!!! preach it brother!

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  2. boo at |

    portland isn't haunted any more than any other town really. i mean every city and place will have haunted houses or areas if you look!

    but…

    yeah that doll is really scary.

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  3. Stutz at |

    Interesting.

    A couple of facts you might want to change about Portland, though. It's not a "coastal" city. It's located where the Willamette River flows into the Columbia River, and we're at least an hour-and-a-half from the coast here by car. It's a port city only because ships can come inland up the Columbia. In fact, its nearly 100 miles up the Columbia to reach Portland. The Shanghai tunnels don't go down to the "harbor," they go to the downtown waterfront on the Willamette. There's no "harbor" because we're not on the coast.

    But thanks for including us!

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    1. Evan at |

      Thanks for the clarification. I definitely got my facts mixed up on that one. Have you ever been to the Shanghai tunnels yourself? I'm curious if they really are as creepy as all the stories I keep reading.

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      1. kira at |

        I have spent some time in the tunnels. I worked in a restaurant downtown where the walk in and storage room was in the tunnels. It’s very creepy. It was especially spooky if you were closing and would have to be there alone and late at night for long periods if time. My ex boyfriend worked at Old Town Pizza which has a similar set up. The employees were ALWAYS talking about seeing strange things in the tunnels. Apparently there’s a prostitute who was thrown down an elevator shaft in the late 1800s who haunts the restaurant…

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  4. Terese at |

    I go to Ohio University and I’ve been to the Ridges (what was once the Athens Lunatic Asylum) MANY times. I can’t even begin to tell you how much creepy stuff I’ve seen up there! It’s NUTS! I’ve seen people in windows, I’ve seen people walking the graveyards (when no one was there), I’ve heard screams, and those are just the least creepy ones. The Ridges isn’t the only place in Athens. Many of the dorms are also haunted. I had a friend who lived in a room where a girl hung herself about 5 years ago. My friend had all sorts of creepy stuff happen: Her class books flying across the room, her mini fridge opening on it’s own, dishes (that were neatly put away mind you) crashing to the floor, etc.

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    1. kyla at |

      haha now i knoe i dont wanna go to college there i would be on the floor in mad tears :)

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  5. Exceed Dynamite at |

    I did a ghost tour in New Orleans and came home with tons of pictures. There were orbs in several of the photos. It was very creepy, just hearing all the history, with or without ghosts.

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  6. PPDA at |

    I used to live in Athens OH, loved it there. Me and some friends have snuck into the old TB ward near the asylum (not to hard, a hole in the fence then climb on a steel thingy into a window) Its pretty creepy in there. Of course on the first 2 floors theres grafiti, but as you go up, it gets less and less cuz less people are more likely to go up there. Its a scene strait from a horror flick.

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  7. NGS at |

    Cant believe Galveston, TX isnt on the list.

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  8. Tanuja at |

    The La Laurie House is owned by Nicholas Cage now.

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  9. Chris at |

    You might think about including St. Augustine, FL in your list. It's the oldest city in the entire country, established by the Spanish back in the 1500's. The old military hospital and the old cemetaries are quite haunted indeed!

    Great list!

    Thanks,

    Chris

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  10. Cameron at |

    DUDE, I have seen that doll in person. and he ruined my film too.

    I seen him when I was really young, the first time we went past him he was leaning forward and when we passed him again he was leaned back and his legs were crossed!

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  11. Kayla Liebman at |

    Alton, Illinois shouls be on this list. It is SO messed up here!

    Check it out, you'll find some crazy stuff about the cemetary too.

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  12. trevor at |

    I completely agree with Chris regarding St. Augustine, Fl. I spent a few years running a paranormal enthusiasts group and hit St Augustine on several occasions. Virtually every historical landmark in the city (and there's tons of them) is over run with paranormal activity.

    I also would have preferred to see Boston on the list as opposed to Salem. Although Salem is famous for its questionable history, especially during the witch trials, the sheer volume of Revolutionary War-era spectral activity in Boston and it's suburbs is unmatched in the state of Massachusetts.

    I do love the list however, and picking only ten spots is difficult. I may have picked Williamsburg, VA or even Washington, DC (ok, so it's not a city…) over Portland, but that's just one person's opinion.

    Great article and a fun read. Thank you.

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  13. Rudolph.A.Furtado at |

    Havibg visited the port of "savannah" sometime in 1990 during my employment on board a merchant vessel i am surprised to read about its notorierity as a "Haunted City".Personally, i am superstitious as i have spent an entire life in a "Speculation Profession", beginning as a "Marine Engineer" on ocean sailing vessels, prone to "Weather Conditions" and "engine room breakdowns" right upto my present shore based self-entrepreneurship as a Personal "wealth Manager". In Mumbai city, my home in India, i personally feel that the "Mahalaxmi Race-course" is haunted due to its sheer hostory of gambolling scandals and a few murders that have taken place on the race-couse as it is a lonesome isolated venue after closure at night. I normally jog every morning at the race-track and have been doing the same for more than a decade but on Saturday(2-1-2010) on my first jog of the new year i tripped on the track alm ost breaking my jawbone and left hand. I was jogging normally as usual at dawn and hence it was still dark and suddenly while approaching the 1600 marker of the course i felt a push, akin to tripping over a stone and was thrown forward with all my weight onto the flat hard track, totally shocked and in severe pain.Luckily, a few early morning race-course walkers and joggers quickly came to my rescue and helped me onto my feet.Providentially, none of my body parts were broken, just a severe twisted left arm from which i am still recovering at the time of writing this blog on Tuesday(12-1-2010). Just after a few days on Tuesday(5-1-2010) my cousins husband expired from a massive heart attack in Mumbai. Akin to me, he suddenly collapsed at a bank near his residence never to recover. Was the unexpected and unforseen fall at the race-course a supernatural warning of some unforseen calamity to befall our family? As said before, i am superstitious as most "Professional Gambollers" are, but this bizarre personal mishap and later a unexpected death in the family has really made me think about "telepathy","Premonition" and "Ghosts". Sorry for bragging, but, i do lead a very colourfull and dangerous life and to date some guardian angel has kept me alive, call it "Luck" or just "Destiny".As a blogger, traveller and answer seeker i write on various topics, some very controversial and taboo.In my 49 years on planet Earth i have come across numerous instances where science couldn't explain the answers of certain "supernatural Occurences".

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  14. Mikahlaaa at |

    I live in Gettysburg, and i can't help but smile when seeing Devil's Den on the list at 3. It's a great place to hang out. It's beautiful really. I'm not denying that Gettysburg isn't a creepy town, though, I haven't had a bunch of encounters.

    there have been those times, though…

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  15. MatthewZD at |

    Ghost Adventures spent an episode investigating Moon River Brewery in Savannah — definitely a creepy building and they found quite a bit of evidence while there.

    Richmond, VA, also has a few haunted sites. I know there's a ghost tour downtown, reportedly ghosts have been seen at Hollywood Cemetery (burial site of 2 US Presidents, the president of the CSA, and a number of Civil War officers and soldiers), the Poe Museum, and even the Governor's Mansion.

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  16. Kookay at |

    I can't believe that the Stanley Hotel (Denver, Colorado) isn't on the list!

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    1. natalie at |

      i agree. isnt that the hotel that steven king went to and based his story the shining off of? or am i getting i getting that mixed up with another hotel? if thats the hotel i heard that when steven king went in there he saw multiple ghosts including two young girls who appeared to be twins that where actually in both his book and movie. i just think that is so creepy!!!

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      1. liz at |

        you are correct.

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      2. Angel at |

        No your right, Steven King stayed there and wrote Th Shining while he was there because of what he exprenced. And Steven King getting scared didn’t really happen, but when he stayed there, he was scared to death. So you can probely tell how haunted that place is now….

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  17. Henry Coleman at |

    I live about an hour away from Portland, Oregon! :D

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    1. Tamir Zilinski at |

      that’s awesome bro

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  18. Lola at |

    Hello!

    I wanted to say something, about ghosts in general.

    It's weird, because it's almost only historical places.

    Perhaps that American have no much history, and try to get one into every historical building.

    For example, I saw a story about ghosts in the palace of Versailles.

    I love this story, I am not sceptical, but this story was once again written by an American…

    You are seeing ghost like everywhere!

    I can't imagine if you were living in Paris, or old cities like Roma or Berlin, you would became crazy!

    That is subjective, but it's weird that almost all stories about ghosts and haunted places on the internet is from American.

    I saw a lot of creepy places, but it's only creepy, not haunted.

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    1. Sara at |

      Actually there are a lot of places all over the world that are haunted not just America. Take the tower of London for example, it’s said that Anne Boleyn walks around at night trying to find her head. There’s also dracula’s castle in Transylvania, vlad the impaler was a sick man that killed many people in the dungeon. All you have to do is use google and you will find hundreds of haunted places around the world.

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  19. Amanda at |

    I have lived in Athens all my life, and while the University is notorious for not letting anyone anywhere near anything that may be paranormal, I have seen the stain, and many photographs of the patient that died of over-exposure. What a weird story. The more they tried to cover the stain, the more odd it becomes since it will seep through everything. Cool list!

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  20. Hilaeri at |

    I’ll be honest, I think you should recheck that photo for the “shanghai tunnels” for portland. Because it looks A LOT like the underground city of Seattle. I just recently did this tour, and live in Seattle and I’m fairly certain that this isn’t from the shanghai tunnel.

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    1. Elena at |

      That poor girl That poor girl imagine only being 8 years old and being dead meninag you wouldn’t be able to make contact and having no family, she must have reached out for him because he was the first person she had seen in years.

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  21. keyshock at |

    No Washington D.C.?

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  22. Levi at |

    Hutchinson, Kansas is THE most haunted city in the U.S. hands down. Not only should it be on this list, but it should be number one. I’m not from Hutchinson, or even Kansas – so you know I’m legit. That place is THE hub of ghostly activity in North America.

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    1. Jason at |

      I think you mean Atchinson, KS.

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    2. Rena at |

      I just recently moved to hutchinson ks and am interessted in all the haunted places you speak of other than my house I’ve seen nothing yet..

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  23. Joslyn Owens at |

    I think Lincoln Park,Michigan should be on here
    I live there and its very creepy..especially my house..I was sitting at my computer and a voice came trough it saying “Help me” next night i found a little girl standing at the foot of my bed with a knife..my dad saw a woman standing in his room..and felt someone sitting on the bed..me and my mother we’re in the living quates and heard foot steps.now tell me my house ain’t haunted
    one last thing..we had a dog and a cat…
    my dog constantly barked at my closet…and when we were in the living room it wouldn’t even dare go in the hall..our cat was crying like someone had steped on it…
    R.I.P M.J (our cat who died that next night)

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  24. Lou at |

    The photos of the underground tunnels in Portland is not the shanghei tunnels. That photo is of the Seattle Underground. Seattle was orginally built at sea level, however, a fire destroyed the city and they built the city above sea level. They still had the store fronts at sea level so they had latters that went down to the store front (the streets were above, its a long story on why they did this but very interesting). Anyways, you can see photos very similar at the Seattle Underground Tour website. If you are in Seattle hit the tour up. There are some Paranormal Activity. I definitely felt some pressure in different areas, got extremely cold and felt I was not alone.

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  25. kayla at |

    I am a student in Savannah, GA. it sadens me and confuses me on why so many young African Americans who are natives of this city do not take the time learn about their historic city.

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  26. Nurul Azis at |

    I know some friends in the US and most of them do not believe in ghosts’ existence, i’m wondering the people in the neighbourhood, do they realy afraid of those places….

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    1. Jessica at |

      I live in New Orleans. No, we are not afraid of any of the several haunted places.

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  27. Bob Bobson at |

    What about the Amityville house or Danvers?

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    1. Sara at |

      I honestly don’t think the amityville house is haunted. There has been a family living there for years and they didn’t experience anything. I think the lutz family made up the whole story to get money which is very sad and pathetic.

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  28. SLY at |

    There are several towns in Montana that have haunted history. In Billings you have the Moss Mansion, Beverley’s house, downtown Denny’s, there’s a supermarket that’s haunted because they used to store dead bodies in the freezer and there’s an old opium place where loads of people died. Plus the old library is supposedly where a local cult does rituals. If you ever go to the cemetery (either of them) they are quite creepy.

    I once went to the larger cemetery and kept seeing this white glowing figure all night following me.

    Besides that a few of the colleges are haunted because of suicides and deaths. There’s Kopperking mansion and quite a few other places.

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  29. LP at |

    new orleans, hell yes!

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  30. Ginny at |

    I know your talking about cities but if you take all the “paranormal” activities in the WHOLE STATE of West Virginia it would deffinatly be #1. But not if the were all states, then it’d probably be 15… but anyway check out this website for proof..
    https://wvghosts.com

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  31. Dawn-Gale at |

    Question on #10 – why have you described the cemetery as “ancient”?

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  32. Liz at |

    I really want to go see that doll…..

    That thing is sooooo creepy!!

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    1. kenzie at |

      i read this last night and it gave nightmares! never EVER going to that museum in key west!!!

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      1. Arianna at |

        Funny, I just moved from Key West after living there for seven years Robert the doll is resll creepy but not as creepy as staying in the museum overnight for a camp. That’s scary! But it’s not just the Robert all of Key West is haunted I took a ghost tour when I lived there and have some horrid pictures of stuff you just wouldn’t believe. The best by far are the Martello museums one is a garden the other is.. Where they keep Robert the doll and SO much more!

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  33. Jagger at |

    The picture for the Portland Shanghai Tunnels is actually the Seattle Underground, which was NOT used to Shanghai people. The city burned down in the late 1800′s and they just decided to build on top of the ruins. This entry needs a better research team.

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  34. karlee at |

    hahaha!! my parents are going to Alcatraz like next month :P im gonna be waiting to hear some stories from them :P ill most likely get a phone call from my mom saying how creepy it was and what not .. haha!!

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  35. MJ at |

    I grew up in Honolulu, Hawaii and I’m surprised we didn’t make the list. Local kids grow up with stories from a combination of traditional Hawaiian, Chinese, Japanese, American military, etc legends. Look up the Night Marchers, the Mujina (faceless woman) in Kahala drive-in, Morgan’s corner, and the old Pali Lookout, all creepy stuff.

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  36. fc at |

    That doll surely is creepy, It gave me the shivers just by looking at it.

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  37. Tom at |

    I don’t know if Gettysburg is haunted or not, but I’ve taken several pictures at that exact spot and never has it come out blurry or has the camera died..I’ve still got a picture of me laying in the same pose as the dead man.

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    1. Bill Gillen at |

      I visited Devil’s Den a number of years ago after having read The Killer Angels by Michael Shaara as recommended by the gift store manager ( mother of a workmate at Peach bottom Atomic Power Station). When I was within the confines of Devil’s Den the air suddenly chilled, the hair on the back of my neck stood out and I had goose bumps all over my arms. I had the compelling feeling that there were ‘others’ there who were angry and not at peace. I left immediately but now after many years, I have re-read the Killer Angeles and am about to re-visit Devil’s Den to see if I have a similar experience as before. I am a USNavy nuclear trained engineering person not ordinarily given to belief in ghosts, worldly spirits and such, but I cannot wait to return to Devil’s Den to see what, if anything, happens again. I will document my upcoming experience in Gettysburg/Devil’s Den.
      Bill Gillen USN Retired

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  38. Sarah at |

    Disappointed not to see St. Augustine, FL on the list. Plenty of ghost stories there…dating back much later than any of the stories mentioned in this list, since St. Augustine is the oldest city in the U.S.

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  39. Mariah at |

    Lizzie Borden sux Shiz.!

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  40. lauren at |

    Robert the doll… -sigh- is way too heavy for words. Hes super freaky and If youre sensitive like me… even people who arent… get really sick around him or you feel like all kinds of weird emotions surging through you. You have to ask for his permission to take a picture of him but sometimes he’ll still mess up your camera or the picture even when you do. so if youre gonna see him take a disposable just in case, and he moves around alot and thats why hes behind a case now. i’m surprised i didnt see the Stanley Hotel or the Winchester House and ive gone to St. Augustine and that place really does belong in this list because its no joke.

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  42. vick at |

    Ocracoke Island, NC definitely haunted with ghosts. More specifically the Soundfront Inn there is haunted. While we were there some of the guest heard many things that the “wind” did not cause. My father woke up at 3am to use the bathroom and on his way back to the bedroom as he opened the door he saw a man dressed in a full suit from the 1800′s just standing there. He never saw his face because he just vanished so quickly. I’ve second guessed all these people who claim to have seen ghosts but when the hairs on my dad’s body stood on ends as he told us what happened made a believer out of me. Of course these brochures don’t tell you that there are private gravesites in the back yard. Definitely a trip we will remember.

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  43. ashly at |

    I so agree with New Orleans. I live in Gulfport, and i go to New Orleans for halloween EVERY year! It’s just downright scary.. the mansions and voodoo houses are scariest.. some of the houses are really old, so they just smell scary.. like death! I actually saw something dark run by me one time, and then a door slammed shut. I didn’t think anything about it, but they told us that it was the daughter of the house, aparently her father raped and killed her and then left her the basement, and they found her a MONTH later!! they say that she still runs from her dad, that’s why she runs and slams doors, and she only does that when men enter the house!!

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  44. Tay at |

    Lol wow my home town is #1 ! I knew it was going to be number one because N.O has a lot of dark history. I was at laser tag with friends and caught a ghost in the glass behind them as I was taking the picture but only when I got home I noticed it more clearly. [yelling face]

    I’ve heard of robert the doll and just looking at it gives me the creeps.

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  45. Maconite at |

    The name in the number ten slot for the Voodoo Queen is incorrect. Instead of Mary Anne Pleasant it was Mary Ellen Pleasant. This I learned from careful research.

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  46. Julie at |

    The picture labeled Shanghai Tunnels is incorrect.
    That is a picture of the Seattle Underground, which is also said to be haunted.

    That is clearly labeled on the internet..

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  47. Keelan Wright at |

    The picture by Alexander Gardner isn’t ‘real’. He moved that body to that location and propped the soldiers head on the sack. And the gun in the background is actually Gardner’s gun. I guess being a photo major in college is relevant to other things too! haha

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  48. heather at |

    I’m surprised that the Eastern State pen. prison isnt on here… i live in philadelphia & have been there— soo creepy.

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  49. Michael at |

    i have been there and seen that doll, i had went there a few summers ago for a vacation and i had went and seen the doll and it just stared at me i come back later it was still looking at me, it was terrified of this doll, and i am still haunted by a spirit after that had happened. Its just like the sprit or some spirits followed me back home. Like i Said… Creepy :/

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  50. Angel at |

    Wow this is amazing!! I love to ghost hunt and this website and many others are very useful!! I have exprenced ghosts for most of my life, I want to find out more about them and hopefully lead them to the light. Most people try to prove and cover up ghosts and sprits, but they can’t hide the truth. Ghosts are real, not our imagination. Believe me, I know.

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  51. Angel at |

    The New Market Battle-Field is also pretty haunted, big War-era fan kinda. I love history so i loooove to research. I live close to there and it’s pretty creepy, i have heard storys of seeing soilders, hearing gun shots and crries of pain. It’s interesting to exprence paranormal activity.

    And if you could pick one person from the past who has died to come back to life, who would it be???

    For me it’s President Lincon!!!

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  52. Sarah at |

    Wilmington, North Carolina has quite a few haunted spots

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    1. SG at |

      My folks live in wilmington im headed up there for the holidays I’ll have to check it out

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  53. Dee at |

    How come of all these most haunted places list, none of them say Virginia? I mean, the Revolutionary War took place here and so did some of the Civil War. And besides, the last capital of the Confederacy was Danville, Virginia, at Sutherlin Mansion, which is now a museum, and yes, it is very haunted!

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    1. TopTenz Master at |

      I live in Richmond and while it can have some creepy places at night most haunting stories are of the harmless variety. I don’t think we hold a candle to the places on the list.

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    2. Donna at |

      I agree Dee, I live in Virginia. Virginia should be up there at the top. Just came back from Key West though, we stayed at the Crown Plaza on Duval Street. I had an experience there with the sheets moving, me telling the ghost to stop moving the sheets and then he/she tucking me in gently. Never been touched like that in my life. The 5th floor is supposedly haunted. What an experience!!!

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  54. Selena at |

    Hi my name is Selena, and i am 12 years old…I like to learn the history on haunted and paranormal places…I like to watch ” The Haunted, The Haunting, and America`s Haunted Houses” on TV… I don`t know why, it is just really interesting to me. I do believe in all of this… and that there are openings to the place where evil and other spirits are… barely any good spirits haunt the living… probably because they want to live but they can`t and also cant or don`t know how to cross over. The last house i lived in was in 2003, and i was three… one night i got out of my crib and walked down stairs….then my dog came down stairs to see what was there… of course it was me but she sensed something else…. then she started barking. My mom woke up and went down stairs to see my dog barking at the tv and me staring at the tv, my mom called these kind of investigators to come and after they came, it all stopped, the barking, the shadows that we show, and me climbing out of my crib and going down stairs to stare at the tv. So that is why i am Probably into poltergeist, hauntings , and paranormal things.When i was watching tv once, the episode of ” Robert The Doll ” was on, and that was really interesting to see that, cause i have an American Girl Doll, and she used to move… and when i had barbie dolls, they used to be on a shelf near my bed, and when i looked up they were moving and kind of dancing.When i grow up i really want to get a tour on a lot of different haunted places.

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    1. Selena at |

      Selena is not my real name… i just want to keep my identity a secret!

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  55. Nick at |

    Surprisingly..several towns in Long Island, NY are pretty terrifying..LI is home to many old psych hospitals as well as the amityville horror murders

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  56. Crystal at |

    The doll creept me out…..

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  57. HauntedRooms.com at |

    Nice list of haunted places. Gettysburg has a number of haunted locations, and even haunted accommodation. The doll is really freaky, even has his own website.

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  58. Sara at |

    I’m surprised staten island, ny isn’t on this list. When I was younger I had a whole book with haunted places including the conference house where George washington had meetings in the 1700′s & it’s right next to an Indian burial ground which always creeped me out. The woods where crime families would dump bodies, historical Richmond town, etc. You truly can’t go to any part on staten island where there isn’t a story or experience.

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  59. rea at |

    oh dear..now i regret reading this..that doll will give me the jeebies tonight..almost peed my pants just reading this..
    Great list though..

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  60. Mecia at |

    I like this site. Robert the doll is fn awesome. I’d really like to meet him. Jeepers creepers. Lol! He seems legit. I had a doll experience once. Actually, I had most of my experiences when I was pregnant which was reeeeeeaaally creepy. For me AND for my baby. I still for the life of me can’t understand why lil instances that could have been mistaken for harmless coincidences, grew into STRONG, creepy, & volatile physical instances. I mean. I had doors and windows slam where my mom suggested it was the air conditioning.we started to keep the deadbolts & windows locked; doors closed. With only 2 ppl in the house, how do u then explain rattling dishes, slamming doors and windows, manual light switches flipping off, flying books, and that creepy creepy doll. My mom had this vintage porcelain faced doll with human hair, that sat in a wicker chair. She would always ask me. Why did u move my doll, why is she on the floor? It sat up perfectly in its wicker chair and there were no kids or pets in the house. It would be faced down in the hall or on the living room floor. It would be faced down on the wicker chair in a praying position. It would have one hand redted up on one side of the chair. Then the other hand on the other side the next. Stupid creepy. The doll had those plastic blinking eyes, when u lay it down the eyes closed. This things eyes seemed to move more than just up and down, but side to side. Watching us. I hated that thing. That was my first and only doll experience, until I went to the museum in LOVINGTON, New Mexico. I was to afraid to go to the second level. The floors felt like they were going to cave and they had a vintage doll room full of the creepiest dolls on PLANET earth. I had chills so strong. The only staff member was an old man who asked to show me around. Despite my efforts not to be rude, I followed my instinct and ran full speed out of there and cried all the way home. Lol! I thought for sure I wouldn’t make it. Smh.

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  61. Glendon Guttenfelder at |

    Florida is known for all sorts of haunted history, mysterious legends, and paranormal tourist attractions. If you are planning a trip to the “Sunshine State” and wanna see some of our dark secrets, use http://FloridaFringeTourism.com as your planning tool. We have listings of tons of free-to-see attractions all over the state!

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  62. TheRealTruth at |

    Forget all the 10 cities mentioned here…

    If you want to go the creepiest, scariest and most haunted city in the world, then you have to go to Istanbul, Turkey.

    Istanbul or “Constantinople” the only city in the world that sits on two continents, and where 3 empires rose to power (Roman, Byzantine, and Ottoman Empires) and ruled the entire world and then came crumbling town.

    There are so many stories of the Mosques, Churches, Synagogues, and cemeteries being haunted with ghosts, and the infamous “Evil Eye” or “Nazar Boncu” originated in Turkey. There are so many evil eye, demonic and ghost stories about the dark alleys, streets and even along the bosphorous in Istanbul.

    I have heard more freaky stories about weird stuff happening in Istanbul than in any other city in the world, with Jerusalem being a close second.

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