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Most Haunted in the American West

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Ghost, Scary, Halloween T-ShirtsIn 2005, Legends of America asked our readers for their votes on the most haunted city and place in the American West and once again you came through for us. Here are the results:

 

Most Haunted Cities in the American West:

 

      1.      Tombstone, Arizona

2.      San Antonio, Texas

3.      Denver, Colorado

4.      St. Louis, Missouri

5.      Hollywood, California

6.      Cheyenne, Wyoming

7.      San Diego, California

8.      Seattle, Washington

9.      Albuquerque, New Mexico

10.    Tucson, Arizona

 

Most Haunted Places in the American West:

 

1.       The Alamo, San Antonio, Texas

2.       The Queen Mary, Long Beach, California

3.       Lemp Mansion in St. Louis, Missouri

4.       St James Hotel , Cimarron, New Mexico

5.       Alcatraz Island, San Francisco, California

6.       Whaley House, San Diego, California

7.       Pike Place Market, Seattle, Washington

8.       Bullock Hotel, Deadwood, South Dakota

9.       San Antonio Train Tracks, Texas

10.     Hotel del Coronado, San Diego, California

  Nominations for most haunted city in the American West:

 

Made the final list *

 

Abilene, Kansas

Alamogordo, New Mexico

Albuquerque, New Mexico *

Atchison, Kansas *

Benton, Arkansas

Central City, Colorado

Cheyenne, Wyoming *

Colorado Springs, Colorado

Columbus, Nebraska

Denver, Colorado *

Dodge, Nevada

Duncan, Oklahoma

Eureka, Missouri

Flagstaff, Arizona

 

 

Fort Reno, Oklahoma

Independence, Kansas

Harlingen, Texas

Hollywood, California *

Johnstown, Missouri

Keen, California

Leadville, Colorado

Leavenworth, Kansas *

Liberty, Missouri

Los Angeles, California

Marfa, Texas

Monte Vista, Colorado

Newbury Park, California

Orem, Utah

Oxnard, California

Prescott, Arizona*

Provo, Utah

Pueblo, Colorado

San Antonio, Texas *

San Diego, California*

Santa Fe, New Mexico *

Seattle, Washington *

Sherman, Texas
Stull, Kansas

St. Louis, Missouri*

Tombstone, Arizona*

Tucson, Arizona *

Union, Missouri

Sapulpa, Oklahoma

Villisca, Iowa

 

Nominations for most haunted place in the American West:

 

The Alamo in San Antonio, Texas *

Alcatraz Island, San Francisco, California*

Baron Woolen Mills, Brigham City, Utah

Bullock Hotel, Deadwood, South Dakota *

Crescent Hotel & Spa, Eureka Springs, Arkansas*

Fort Garland Museum, Fort Garland, Colorado

Glen Tavern Inn, Santa Paula, California

Hotel del Coronado, San Diego, California *

Lemp Mansion in St. Louis, Missouri*

Menger Hotel, San Antonio *

Pike Place Market , Seattle, Washington *

Queen Mary, Long Beach, California *

The Plains Hotel, Cheyenne, Wyoming

San Antonio Train Tracks, Texas *

St James Hotel , Cimarron, New Mexico *

Tri State Spook Light, Hornet, Missouri*

Whaley House, San Diego, California *

The White Eagle Café & Saloon, Portland, Oregon*

Winchester Mansion in San Jose, California*

 

Made the final list *

 

 

Also See:  Most Haunted Places in America

 

 

 

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