San Fernando de Omoa Fort

Omoa, Honduras BUILT: 1777 OPERATION TIME: 1777 to Present STATUS: Open History Built in 1777, the San Fernando de Omoa Fort was used to fortify the coast and silver mines from the constant attacks from British pirates. Paranormal activity has occurred for over the last century, and locals claim that the sound of cannons firing can be…

The Alamo

Location: San Antonio, Texas, USA Battle: Battle of the Alamo Length: February 23rd, 1836 – March 6th, 1836 Status: Still standing History The Alamo was built in 1718 under the name San Antonio de Valero. The mission has had a haunted history ever since it was built. On March 6th, 1836, General Antonio Lopez de Santa Anna and…

U.S. Naval Weapons Station

Location: Yorktown, Virginia, USA Built: Unknown Operation Time: ? – Present Type: Base Status: Open History: The U.S. Navy Weapons Station patrolmen have experienced odd paranormal happenings, such as the sounds of struggling horses and screaming women. Over a century ago, the Virginian Governor Edward Digges’ daughter and her friends were coming back from Yorktown when tragedy…

U.S. Army Medical Training Center

Location: Houston, Texas, USA Built: Unknown Operation Time: ? – Present Type: Training Center Status: Open History: The U.S. Army Medical Training Center’s Service Club Number Two is haunted by a spirit with a playful nature. Ever since 1960, the building’s employees and guests have reported an unseen entity clearing its throat. The ghost has also been…

Ellsworth Air Force Base

Location: Rapid City, South Dakota, USA Built: Unknown Operation Time: ? – Present Type: Base Status: Open History: The Ellsworth Air Force Base’s antenna building is haunted by an unknown spirit. Occurrences include lights switching on and off, objects moving on their own, coffee pots unplugging themselves, and strange shadows being cast by what appears to be…

U.S. Military Academy

Location: West Point, New York, USA Built: Unknown Operation Time: ? – Present Type: Academy Status: Open History: The U.S. Military Academy in West Point, New York is said to be haunted by a number of different ghosts. The Superindent’s House is believed to be haunted by a former maid named Molly, who’s spirit goes room to room to mess…

Camp Ripley Military Base

Location: Little Falls, Minnesota, USA Built: c. 1850 Operation Time: c. 1850 – Present Type: Base Status: Open History During the mid-1800s, the cavalry were stationed at Camp Ripley to fight the Native Americans. Now, the U.S. Army’s soldiers have seen apparitions of these troops riding up and down the surrounding area in full battle dress with flags, and the sounds…

Wentworth Military Academy

Location: Lexington, Missouri, USA Built: Unknown Operation Time: ? – Present Type: Academy Status: Open History Wentworth Military Academy in Lexington, Missouri is known for being extremely haunted. The apparition of a little boy has been seen coming out at night to salute the helicopter on the academy’s grounds, only to disappear. A different little boy once…

Marine Corps Barracks

Location: South Washington, District of Columbia, USA Built: Unknown Operation Time: ? – Present Type: Barracks Status: Open History The Marine Corps Barracks is haunted by the corps’ first commandant, Captain Samuel Nicholas. His spirit has been seen returning to his quarters periodically. Paranormal activity includes rustling of papers and the sound of pacing around almost deliberately.

Naval Station in Guantanamo Bay, Cuba

Location: Guantanamo Bay, Cuba Built: Unknown Operation Time: ? – Present Type: Navy Status: Open History The ghost of sailors have been seen standing on the pier watching the sea. Many of the living people who visit the pier have heard someone walking on it, despite no one else is physically there. Whenever the watch would…

John McCrae Bunker

Location: Ypres, Belgium, Europe Built: Unknown Operation Time: ? – ? Type: Bunker Status: Unknown History During World War I, bunkers were used to heal soldiers who had been injured during combat. The John McCrae Bunker is famous for its abundant haunts. John McCrae, the famed author of In Flanders Fields (which was written in honor of…

Fort Delaware

Now a state park, Fort Delaware served as a prison for Confederate soldiers during the Civil War. Workers and tourists alike have seen ghosts, felt cold spots, and heard disembodied voices. The ghost of a Civil War soldier has been reported watching groups of tourists from the upper ramparts. The fort, which is located on an island, also has a cemetery for soldiers who died of typhus and malaria, which is supposedly haunted as well.