Most Haunted Places in the United States

Over the years, numerous places across the United States have become known for ghostly legends and lore. Some of these sites are steeped in history, others were places of suffering and death, some housed the insane, and others are seemingly inhabited by previous owners who really don’t want to leave.

Ghost House

Ghost House

Some of these places harbor multiple tales of strange events and spooky stories told by staff who have worked there and visitors who make their way to these sites in search of their own spooky experiences. Whether you believe in the paranormal or not, the tales and stories of these places are fascinating, along with the history of these sites.


Alcatraz, California Lightning

Alcatraz, California Lightning

Alcatraz, San Francisco, California – With its centuries-old history from ancient Native Americans, to Fort Alcatraz, to a Military Barracks and most often known service as one of the toughest federal penitentiaries in the Nation, it is no wonder that this place is said to be one of the most haunted in the nation. Often described as a portal to another dimension, Alcatraz is filled with the energy of those who came to the “Rock” and seemingly never left.

Today, the staff and many visitors to Alcatraz have heard, seen, and felt these spirits that continue to lurk in the shadows of the often fog-enshrouded island. The sounds of men’s voices, screams, whistles, clanging metal doors, and terrifying screams are said to be heard within these historic walls, especially near the dungeon.

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American Mysteries

Haunted Forts

Haunted Hotels and Inns

Legends, Ghosts, Myths & Mysteries