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The Crescent Hotel

October 9, 2012 by  
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Photo of Crescent Hotel © by Mark A. Powers The Crescent Hotel was built in 1886 in Eureka Springs, Arkansas. They spared no expense creating this deluxe hotel. There was an exquisite ballroom, a stable full of horses for the guests to ride and every small detail of the hotel was exquisite. A worker named […]

Abraham Lincoln’s Ghost

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The White House has long had a reputation for being one of the most haunted places in America. Several former presidents have experienced paranormal occurrences during their presidential terms in office. One of the most remarkable and common sightings has been the ghost of Abraham Lincoln. When Abraham Lincoln was in the White House several […]

Molly Brown House

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One of the most exciting reputedly haunted houses in Denver, Colorado is the Molly Brown House. It’s now known as the Molly Brown House Museum and was originally constructed by Isaac and Mary Large. This family had invested in the silver mines surrounding Denver. In 1893, the silver market crashed. Due to this crisis, Molly […]

Le Pavillon New Orleans

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Located at 833 Poydras Street in New Orleans, Louisiana, the Le Pavillon Hotel has a very interesting history and is considered one of the most haunted hotels in New Orleans. The land this fine hotel was built upon was part of a land grant the founder of the New Orleans Colony gave to the Jesuits. […]

Hollywood Roosevelt Hotel

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The luxurious Roosevelt Hotel opened its doors in 1927 to cater to the members of the Los Angeles, California movie industry. During that time period, if you wanted to see any movie stars, the Roosevelt Hotel Hollywood was the place to do it. Although it was named for Theodore Roosevelt, it was financed by a […]

Lalaurie Mansion

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The LaLaurie Mansion history is one of the most haunted and best known of the New Orleans ghost stories. For over 150 years, the LaLaurie house has been called the most haunted place in the French Quarter. In 1832, Dr. Louis LaLaurie, his wife Delphine, and their daughters moved into the house at 1140 Royal […]

Heceta Head Lighthouse

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Heceta Head Lighthouse is one of the most well-known Oregon lighthouses in both beauty and hauntings. It got its name from Don Bruno Heceta who was the Spanish sailor that discovered the site in Florence, Oregon in 1755. It was initially known as Devil’s Elbow State Park, but is now named Heceta Head Lighthouse State […]

Landmark Theater Syracuse

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The Landmark Theater is located at 362 South Salina Street in Syracuse, New York and has been the scene of many paranormal activities throughout the years. It’s one of the most well-known haunted attractions in the United States. Each year, a high number of tourists make the trip to tour this lovely old theater in […]

Joshua Ward House

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One of the most haunted houses in Massachusetts is considered to be the Joshua Ward House. Located at 148 Washington Street in Salem, Massachusetts, it’s one block south of Town House Square, which is right in the center of historical Salem. It used to overlook the South River, but at some point this part of […]

Salem Witches

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Something that’s responsible for many of the haunted houses in Salem, Massachusetts is the witch hunt of 1692 to 1693. It was during this period of time when innocent people were accused of being Satanists and practicing dark arts. None of these people were actual witches but that didn’t stop the hysteria and feeding frenzy […]

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