6 Most haunted places in the USA

Mizpah Hotel, Nevada

Years ago, a female guest died on the fifth floor of the hotel and surprised the hotel staff with her soul as a return gift. Years later, many have claimed of hearing her whispering sound, especially men have found pearls from a broken necklace on the pillows in their room.


Myrtles Plantation, Louisiana

History has it that the plantation is home to ghosts of 12 people who were the victims of revenge. Apparently, a former master had cut off the ears of one of the slaves who was recognized as Chloe for eavesdropping. And in return, Chloe killed her master’s two daughters by poisoning their birthday cake. Post the incident, she was hanged in that very house and years later.


Eastern State Penitentiary, Philadelphia

The prisoners learnt to deal with their demons alone in this solitary confinement. With torturous punishments like chaining, one’s tongue to their wrists, this place has witnessed cruelty in its true form which is being returned by the ghosts of those who lost their lives in this cell.


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RMS Queen Mary, California

Wrecking the lives of many, this ship has not sailed for a very long time. From a warship in the World War II to a luxury ocean liner, this ship has served many purposes apart from claiming the life of a sailor who was literally smashed to death by the door of the engine room.

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Villisca Axe Murder House, Iowa

In an incident that occurred in the month of June 1912, all the six Moore family members along with two guests who visited them on that night were found floating in their own blood by the authorities. Two adults, four children, and two young guests had suffered major injuries from an axe and what makes it worse is, it remains a mystery as the case stands unresolved until this date.

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Trans-Allegheny Asylum, West Virginia

An asylum for psychopaths in Weston, accommodated 2400 patients in a facility which could only accommodate 250 patients. The overcrowding not only led to lack of space, but also resulted in savage conditions due to which the extreme patients had to be caged in one of the most haunted places in America. While the patients lost control of their barbaric actions which ranged from attacking the staff to setting the site on fire, this asylum had killed many by the time it was shut down in the early 90s.

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