Many years ago, several men, women, and children were massacred in the main lobby by a man at the hotel who went insane. Even despite the fact people live on the second floor, there is an apparition of a hostile man who doesn’t like anyone going onto that floor.
Several years ago, the camp was subject to a terrible storm. One of the girls left to take a shower in one of the facilities about six or seven yards from the tents, and she refused to use the buddy system. Even despite having been told to wait until morning, she chose not to listen. While in the shower house, she was struck by lightning. The next morning, her body was found so badly burned that she was almost unidentifiable. The shower house is currently off limits.
Dracut State Forest is haunted by ghosts who linger in the woods and tend to appear during Cutter Farm’s horseback trail rides. One of the spirits is a Native American man from the reservation who walks along the trails from sunset into the night. The sounds of screaming and whispering from young children can be heard, as well as the shouting of Native Americans.
During the construction of Hanshew Middle School, a little girl was killed by one of the machines. Now she haunts the school by roaming through its halls. She seemingly only comes out during the early morning and late at night.
In July, 1865, the Roff family purchased the property that would become most associated with the Watseka Wonder story. It was during that same month that Mary Roff (the daughter of Asa Roff) died. Years later in July, 1877, the Vennum family lived in the house next to the Roff’s, and the paranormal activity began.
The Devil’s Tree in Bernards Township, New Jersey is home to several sinister legends regarding death. Years ago, a farmer killed his entire family, then committed suicide via hanging from the tree. Many suicides and murders have occurred near the tree.
During the late 1800s, the property of land that now serves as Cheesman Park was a graveyard known as Prospect Hill Cemetery (which opened 1858), located near the land that is now the Denver Botanical Garden and Congress Park.
The Pizza Hut in Glendale, Arizona is haunted by unknown ghosts of infants and children. The sound of babies crying can be heard, along with the conversations of young children. Faucets turn on and off by themselves in the bathroom.
Those who visit the Memory Hill Cemetery have reported feeling a chill down their spine when they enter the center of the cemetery. One summer, a girl found three frozen dead squirrels under a tree in the heat of summer. At night, the ghost of a girl can be heard humming “Amazing Grace”.
Six Flags Magic Mountain opened in 1971 in Valencia, California, located just north of Los Angeles. Famous for its terrifying rides, its horrifying haunted history is lesser known.
The Chi Omega Sorority House in Bowling Green State University is believed to be haunted by a pledge from the 1940s or 1950s that was killed by the train on the railroad tracks. Not much is known about this haunting.
The old schoolhouse in Fincastle, Ohio is located off Interstate RT.62. The school closed in the 1960s, and it is now in poor condition. The second floor has collapsed into the first. Lights can be seen coming from the second floor windows and rooms, even despite no one is up there. Years ago, locals would trespass into the school with flashlights and watch as groups of ghost children walked single file through the halls. The spirit of a man with a lantern has been seen walking through the school, followed by a little girl screaming in the background, “No, Daddy, no! Please stop!”.