RMS Queen Mary

The Queen Mary began construction in the December of 1930 in Clydebank, Scotland. Due to the Great Depression, work on the ship was ceased in December, 1931. In order to complete the project, Cunard (the construction company) applied for a loan from the British Government. It was approved, and there was enough leftover money that a second ship – the Queen Elizabeth – could be constructed.

Fort Dodge

Location: Dodge City, Kansas, USA Built: Unknown Operation Time: ? – Present Type: Fort Status: Open History: Fort Dodge is currently used as a retirement home for veterans. One building at the fort is the home of many spirits who are assumed to be soldiers. Barn There is an old barn located at the edge of Fort Dodge…

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…

Fort Abercrombie

Location: Abercrombie, North Dakota, USA Built: 1857 Operation Time: 1857 – ? Type: Fort Status: Open History: Fort Abercrombie serves as the residence for ghosts of both soldiers and Native Americans. Established in 1857, it was built to protect the wagon trains that were heading west to California. In 1862, the fort was attacked by the Sioux…

Fort Fisher

Location: Wilmington, North Carolina, USA Built: c. 1860 Operation Time: ? – ? Type: Fort Status: Open History: Confederate General William Whiting was fatally wounded during an attack on Fort Fisher by the Union in 1864. The fort protected the last remaining river route used by blockade runners who supplied the Confederacy with the goods they needed. With…

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…

Fort Niagara

Location: Buffalo, New York, USA Built: Unknown Operation Time: ? – Present Type: Fort Status: Open History: In 1759, the Battle of Fort Niagara took place between the British and the French and Native Americans for two weeks. Even despite the battle going on, two Frenchmen began to fight over the attention of a beautiful young…

Fort Abraham Lincoln

Location: Crow Indian Reservation, Montana, USA Built: Unknown Operation Time: ? – Present Type: Fort Status: Open History: In May, 1876, General George Custer marched with his 600 troops from Fort Abraham Lincoln to fight the Sioux tribe. The residents of the area waved farewell to the General and his army. While doing so, they witnessed roughly…

Fort Lincoln

Location: Point Lookout State Park, Maryland, USA Built: Unknown Operation Time: ? – Present Type: Fort Status: Open History: During the Civil War, Fort Lincoln was the site of the abuse and mistreatment of several Confederate soldiers who were imprisoned there. They were often kept in small tents in wet and filthy conditions. Over 4,000 Confederate…

Fort De Chartes

Location: Prarie Du Rocher, Illinois, USA Built: 1756 Operation Time: ? – Present Type: Fort Status: Open History: Fort De Chartes was built in 1756 for King Louis XV, though he never actually got a chance to use it. The fort’s first paranormal encounter was in 1889, and the last one to be reported was in 1989. On…

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…